Jimmy Fallon says he encountered Lindsay Lohan while dining solo at the New York City hotspot Tao after Hurricane Sandy left his apartment without power and water.
The restaurant is in uptown Manhattan, and the affable host of NBC's "Late Night With Jimmy Fallon" had been staying at the Four Seasons nearby, he told Bravo emcee Andy Cohen on Thursday's edition of "Watch What Happens Live."
At Tao, he heard someone call his name."It's Lindsay Lohan, and she goes 'What's up?' I go, 'What do you mean what's up? It's a hurricane. ... What are you doing here?' She goes, 'Are you here by yourself? ... How embarrassing.' ... And she goes, 'Why don't you just eat with us? Hang out with us?'"
Fallon said Lohan, who will soon be seen on the small screen in Lifetime's "Liz & Dick" biopic, was "loose and cool" and "totally sobes."
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