Lindsay Lohan dropped a bomb on her reality TV show Sunday night, revealing she recently suffered a miscarriage.
The 27-year-old “Mean Girls” star made the stunning announcement on the season finale of her OWN network documentary series, “Lindsay.”
Lohan was explaining why she recently missed days of filming her show when she blurted out the shocking news.
LiLo said the medical emergency left her immobilized.
“I couldn’t move, I was sick,” the often troubled actress said. “Mentally, that messes with you.”
She declined to identify who the father was or say how far along in the pregnancy she was at the time of the miscarriage.
Lohan said the crisis was hinted at in a previous episode of the show when she couldn’t leave her room and it was announced “she doesn’t want to come down.”
“Watching this series, I just know how I felt at that moment and I can relate to that girl, which sounds kind of crazy,” Lohan said. “But I’m like, ‘Oh my god, this is really sad. Who’s helping her?’”
Immediately following Sunday’s episode, Lindsay’s mother, Dina, tweeted, “Oprah call me,” in apparent reference to Oprah Winfrey, founder of the OWN network.
Winfrey had been mulling canceling a second season of Lohan’s show because of poor ratings. The season premiere of “Lindsay” attracted fewer than 700,000 viewers.
News of the miscarriage comes just days after she broke her silence on a list of 36 alleged sex partners — including A-list celebrities Justin Timberlake, James Franco and Colin Farrell — that was leaked to the media.
She confirmed the list was real on Andy Cohen’s Bravo show “Watch What Happens Live.”
“I’m going to get serious for a second. That was actually my fifth step in AA at Betty Ford,” she told Cohen.
“Someone, when I was moving during the OWN show, must’ve taken a photo of it,” she said. “So that’s a really personal thing and it’s really unfortunate.”