Lindsay Lohan must really love "Glad You Came." The actress was in Philly on Wednesday night, attending the Q102 Jingle Ball where The Wanted just happened to be playing, almost a week to the day after her arrest in NYC.
That's right, she was once again spotted with the same band she was hanging with the night she reportedly punched a woman at Avenue lounge in New York City last Thursday.
The radio station posted the news and a photo of the red-headed actress, dressed down in a knit cap and winter coat, signing autographs for fans. According to the station, she chilled with Ed Sheeran and was later spotted hanging out with the Wanted in their catering room at the Wells Fargo Arena.
It seems that Lohan managed to stay out of trouble while in Philadelphia. Maybe it had something to do with the fact that shortly after playing the show, the guys of the Wanted (along with Grammy-nominee Sheeran) tweeted about being on the bus heading to Boston, where they will play another Jingle Ball.
The Wanted are also slated to take the stage at Madison Square Garden on Friday night for Z-100's Jingle Ball. They played the venue last week when they were in town on Justin Bieber's Believe tour. No word on whether Lohan will make an appearance in Boston or New York.
The Wanted opened up to MTV News about last week's incident, saying, "It's a bit of a blur actually, but some sort of scuffle with a fortune teller," Jay McGuiness recalled when we chatted with the group backstage at the Jingle Ball in L.A. on Monday night. McGuiness was referring to various accounts that identified the woman in the Lohan fight as a psychic from Florida.
"It was very odd," he continued. "We actually carried on partying after that. It was reported that [the fight] was about Max, but I don't think it actually was. But [Lohan] was a total sweetheart on the night, so our experience is quite positive."
The guys' experience was so positive, in fact, that Jay wore a "Free Lindsay" T-shirt when the boy-banders took the stage at MSG shortly after the incident. "I'm a little bit of an artist, so I got the old Sharpie out," he explained about the origins of his homemade pro-Lindsay shirt. "And, yeah, after a small scuffle that went down, I felt very sorry for her. I wanted to cheer her up and I think she said she liked it, right?"
Max, who told MTV News he doesn't really remember much of the incident, was happy to take credit for Lindsay's eventual release: "Yeah, it worked. She got out [of jail], so the campaign worked."
"You're plastic. Cold, shiny, hard plastic." Grab the microwave popcorn and tune into Lindsay Lohan's mid-aughts classic "Mean Girls" airing Sunday, December 9 on MTV at 2 and 9 p.m.!