On MTV's Lindsay Lohan's Beach Club, Lindsay Lohan gives fans an inside look at her third business venture in Greece

By Aurelie Corinthios
February 04, 2019 02:08 PM
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Lindsay Lohan‘s beach club in Mykonos, Greece, is no stranger to VIP guests — but there’s one particular A-lister the actress would love to host.

The star of Lindsay Lohan’s Beach Club (now airing Mondays on MTV) tells PEOPLE her dream celebrity guest would be fellow child star Miley Cyrus.

“I love her,” says Lohan, 32. “And she’s been so supportive of everything that it’d be amazing to be have her there. It would just be a great honor and I’d be so grateful. We’ve known each other forever and I love her and my sister loves her, so it would be a cool thing.”

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Indeed, Cyrus, 26, has had nothing but praise to sing about the new docuseries, which follows Lohan as she expands her empire with the opening of Lohan Beach House in Mykonos. (The beach club marks her third business venture in Greece, following the opening of Lohan Nightclub in Athens and Lohan Beach House in Rhodes.)

Cyrus, who just last week was jamming to Lohan’s 2004 song “Rumors” on Twitter, has called the series “the best show ever.”

Lohan admits that reality TV took some getting used to — especially when it came to leading her handpicked team of VIP hosts.

“When the cameras were on I was very nervous, because I also have to handle the club,” she says. “So I was a little bit shy and timid. When I’m doing a movie, that’s my job. When I’m running the club, that’s my job. Handling people I’ve never met before is not my job. So it was a very multi-tasking situation. But it was nice. I like understanding people and teaching them, so it felt really good for me. But it was definitely scary!”

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As for what she hopes her fans will glean from the show?

“I think the main that I want people to know about me — and especially from this experience, this version of me that people are seeing — is that no matter what happens to you, you can always take control of your life and do something great with it,” she says. “You can give other people an honest idea of what’s happened to you, and you can share your experience with other people. It’s okay to fall down and come back up. Whatever way that you need to, it’s important to.”

Lindsay Lohan’s Beach Club is now airing on Mondays at 10 p.m. ET on MTV. Starting this week, the series will follow the network’s no. 1 show in its time period, Teen Mom 2.