NEW YORK -- Lindsay Lohan says she's "clean and sober" and "a homebody" these days. And she likes it that way.
The troubled starlet's career in recent years has been upstaged by legal and personal problems. But she's on a comeback that now has brought her to NBC's "Saturday Night Live," which she hosts this week.
She acknowledges in an interview for NBC's "Today" show that repairing her damaged reputation could be a lengthy process.
She admits in the interview that airs Thursday that "it could be scary for people to invest in me."
Her next project is playing Elizabeth Taylor in a biopic that she says will start production soon.
With that film as well as the "SNL" gig, she vows to "not let anyone down, especially myself."