Apparently, LiLo is on her way to Guatemala.
Lindsay Lohan is planning to undertake charity work in Guatemala, her mother has said.While the Guatemalan people look forward to LiLo's visit, El Salvador is recovering from another celebrity on the rebound.
Earlier this month, Lohan visited India to film a BBC documentary, but she was criticised after claiming on Twitter that she had helped to save 40 children.
Speaking to the New York Post, Lohan's mother Dina said that her daughter is a "changed woman" since her trip.
She added that Lindsay was "humbled and moved" by her work and continued: "Lindsay definitely wants to give more back.
"We are now planning a trip to help the children of Guatemala - which will be filmed by Oprah's network." (Digital Spy).
Former senator and presidential candidate John Edwards, whose political standing crashed and burned with his admission of an extramarital affair, may have found a new calling. Edward spent three days in El Salvador the week before Christmas helping to build homes for the needy, Politico reports.
It was Edwards' third trip to the Central American nation this year to help with the project, launched by Homes From the Heart, a Christian housing organization. "I think he's pretty damn sincere," said Michael Bonderer, the group's founder. "There's nothing to lead me to believe he's phony about any of it."
Edwards worked with American college students who were also volunteering at the site, located about 30 miles outside San Salvador, the capital. (Politics Daily)Typically, I get a little worried when celebrities venture down to Latin America. My initial thoughts turn to Sean Penn cozying up to the Castros or Harry Belafonte to Hugo Chavez. Perhaps Lohan and Edwards will make me think of Roberto Clemente next time.