Lindsay Lohan may have just stepped out of rehab, but she's already got a docket full of appearances.

Her full interview with Oprah Winfrey is set to air on OWN on August 18 and in a new teaser clip, the famed talk show host is asking the actress all the hard questions, including "Are you an addict?" and "What does it feel like to be both an adjective and a verb for child-star-gone-wrong?"

Lohan is expected to answer those queries on "Oprah's Next Chapter" when her episode airs later this month. She will appear on the network again in 2014 for her own eight-episode docu-series.

Tune in Sunday, August 18, at 9/8c.

Ahead of her appearance on Winfrey's series, she will appear as a guest host of "Chelsea Lately" on Monday (August 5). In addition to poking fun of One Direction Harry Styles' sexuality, she'll also have some fun at Kristen Stewart's expense. In one joke, the actress is discussing the latest celebrity gossip when an item about Stewart yelled at the paparazzi comes up.

Lohan's response? "I'm just excited that Kristen Stewart, you know, finally showed some emotion," she says. "No, I really do love her. She's awesome. I'm a Kristen Stewart fan." But, she doesn't leave it alone there, adding, "I will say this, of course she hates photographers — they got a picture of her kissing a married man in a Mini Cooper."

Lohan's latest flick, "The Canyons," opened over the weekend, grossing $15,200 in New York City and Los Angeles. It is reportedly doing "extremely well" on video-on-demand streaming services. Sundance Selects/IFC Films president Jonathan Sehring said in a statement, "We believe that the film will do most of its business in the digital realm."

Ahead of its opening over the weekend, "The Canyons" team enlisted Kanye West to re-cut the trailer for the film to feature a special new score from the rapper. (Kanye has worked with the film's screenwriter, Bret Easton Ellis, in the past.) Later this month, after being turned down by Sundance Film Festival and the SXSW Film Festival earlier this year, it will open out-of-competition at the Venice Film Festival later.