Feb. 1, 2011 at 11:54 AM ET
Actress Lindsay Lohan can finally put her “Glee” grudge behind her now that the cast from the song and dance show has apologized for mocking her in an episode that aired earlier this season.
The offense occurred during Gwyneth Paltrow’s much-hyped guest appearance as substitute teacher Holly Holliday. In an effort to teach the McKinley High kids Spanish, Holliday used phrases the teen crowd could appreciate, such as “Lindsay Lohan is totally crazy, right?” and “How many times has Lindsay been in rehab?”
Sure, it was good fun for “Glee” fans, but shortly after the episode aired LiLo’s mom, Dina Lohan, spread the word that the episode crossed the line and defamed her daughter.
Now TMZ reports that Lohan’s over her joke-related pain.
The cast of “Glee,” minus top stars Jane Lynch and Lea Michele, unexpectedly met the recently rehabbed actress at a restaurant in West Hollywood and said they were sorry for the on-air barbs. According to sources on the scene, Lohan accepted the apology.