“Lindsay loves Danielle. She watches the show and was excited to meet her,” a source told Page Six of Lohan.
But Lohan’s attitude turned less enthusiastic when Staub’s entourage moved in.
“During the first [commercial] break, all of Danielle’s glam squad rushed to her, and Lindsay was looking at them like, ‘WTF?’,” a spy said.
Lohan was on the show to promote her new series after a premiere this week at the Moxy Hotel.
Meanwhile, Staub — who’s going through a brutal divorce from estranged husband, Marty Caffrey — was coy when a fan asked during the Andy Cohen show about a recent Page Six report that she’s romantically linked to R&B singer Al B. Sure.
“I can say — it’s yet-to-be-determined,” said Staub. “We’re good friends for over 20 years, so everyone’s pushing us together.”
Lohan had no clue who the crooner was, sparking Staub to belt out his ’80s hit, “Nite and Day.”
Lohan’s response to the whole thing: “You know all the words.”
We reported that at the premiere of Lohan’s show, the cast of Broadway’s “Mean Girls” wasn’t so nice.