Lindsay Lohan and Oprah.
Lindsay uploaded this pic to her Instagram account from her interview with Oprah. Instagram/Lindsay Lohan

Could this finally be Lindsay Lohan's comeback? The highly anticipated sit down between the troubled actress and Oprah Winfrey finally aired Sunday night, with the embattled starlet making a few shocking confessions, including how she actually subconsciously wanted to go to jail.

Just four days out of her sixth stint on rehab, LiLo sat down with the media queen in a very candid interview that revealed her most intimate details about her battle with addiction and why she kept doing it. She admitted to consuming drugs several times, and how she didn't want to but it was more like a "peer pressure" kind of situation.

During the interview, Lohan revealed a very vulnerable side, but at the same time proved that she's finally growing and assuming responsibilities, and for the shock of many, her answers were coherent and proper, she looked clean, her face was glowing, her make up impeccable, and she seemed at peace, even when remembering the first time she was sentenced to jail.

Lindsay was sentenced to 90 days in jail back in 2010. Although she admitted this wasn't her full wake up call, it was like a half wakeup call. "I was terrified," she said of her time served. "But not terrified enough to stop what you were doing?" asked Oprah. "No," said Lindsay. She also added that, subconsciously, she "wanted" to go to jail. "I think it was just to find some peace and just have no choice but to just sit and be," said the 27-year-old actress.

Besides this shocking confession, we've gathered up five other revelations that made us think twice about the actress and got us thinking that maybe we should cut her some slack and hope she actually leaves her past behind to pursue a healthier life and successful career.

1. Lindsay Lohan admitted she's an addict. Oprah came right out and asked if Lindsay was an addict and she said "Yeah," adding that alcohol is her drug of choice. "That, in the past, was a gateway to other things for me... I tried cocaine with alcohol." Although saying she had only done cocaine three or four times after being arrested for possession, the actress finally admitted she's done it 10 to 15 times. Lohan explains that her cocaine use went hand in hand with her drinking. "[Cocaine] allowed me to drink more," she tells Oprah. "I think that's why I did it when I did it. It was a party thing."

2. LiLo feels more "spiritual" now. She said that she didn't realize at the time she went to jail that she should've just "shut up and listen." But in her latest stint to get her life back, she finally accepted her reality. "In this case, I wasn't fighting at all. I just let go and was able to just be like, 'OK you probably do know what's best, because my idea of doing what's best for me has not worked in the past," Lohan told Oprah. "I came into it just really willing, really craving more spirituality. Really open and ready to get really honest."

3. The actress doesn't blame her parents at all. When Winfrey asked her several times whether her parents, Dina and Michael Lohan, had exploited her, she denied it every time. She said she loved her parents, added that hurtful things had happened in the family and but said they did not take advantage of her. "They're just parents at the end of the day," she said. "I don't blame anyone for my mistakes."

4. Lohan revealed that the years of ups and downs have left her tired. "I've lived so many lifetimes at this point and it's not interesting to me anymore," she said. "It's a process of growing up and recognizing and being just so tired and exhausted by the chaos...I have had no right in my past to complain about being followed by cameras and people making up stories, but there's something to be said about me moving forward that if I'm going to put myself in a public situation - that's open season for people to say what they're gonna say. I can't control that but I can control not putting myself there."

5. She wants to get her life back and get back to acting. "I feel whole again. And I have such a desire to want to keep this feeling and stay this way. And I'm willing to do whatever it takes...And I really want to be on set, like, that feeds me." However, Lohan knows it's not that easy. "I have to regain the trust of people in my career that have their doubts and I fully respect that on their behalf."

Did you watch the interview? What do you think of Lindsay's confessions? Do you feel she's ready to head back into the public eye?

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