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Lindsay Lohan looking for love

Actress launches e-Harmony-style spoof video

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Lindsay Lohan posted a video spoof of an e-Harmony ad to the Web site FunnyOrDie.com earlier this week.

Lindsay Lohan looking for love?

Lindsay Lohan pretends to read a copy of US Weekly featuring herself on the cover during a video she posted to the Web site FunnyOrDie.com earlier this week. Launch slideshow »

After almost a week of singledom, recently-dumped actress Lindsay Lohan appears to be on the rebound, ready to love again.

The 22-year-old star reportedly had her heart served to her by former girlfriend, DJ Samantha Ronson, last week.

The couple had been dating for almost a year. They went public with their rocky on-again, off-again romance last May.

The pair were often spotted together on The Strip, as Ronson frequently DJs at Privé at Planet Hollywood, among other Las Vegas nightclubs.

Lohan was a noted no-show at Ronson's last Vegas-based gig, however. Ronson performed at Privé on April 6 but LiLo was nowhere to be seen.

That same day, Lohan told E! News that she and her girlfriend were "taking a brief break."

Though reports of a broken-hearted Lohan have dominated gossip headlines since the split, the fiery redhead says she’s over her ex and ready to move on.

Or ready to laugh about it, at least.

Lohan launched her search for the perfect mate on FunnyOrDie.com earlier this week.

The video features Lohan in a self-deprecating spoof of an e-Harmony commercial.

The spot begins with Lohan introducing herself as the popular dating service’s theme song, Natalie Cole's song, “This Will Be (An Everlasting Love),” plays in the background.

“Hi, my name is Lindsay, and I’m searching for love,” she begins. “I’m recently single – I think – and am looking for someone to spend the rest of my life with. Or at least the rest of my probation with.”

Lohan is currently on probation following her 2007 DUI conviction.

She continues to poke fun at herself throughout the skit.

“I’m a workaholic, a shopaholic, and, according the state of California, an alcoholic – as well as a threat to all security guards if they work at hotels,” she says.

In addition to her drinking problem – she’s been to rehab three times – Lohan also references her financial problems.

The actress hasn’t worked in almost a year and recently expressed concern over making her mortgage payments. Adding to her concerns, it was recently announced that LiLo’s most recent film, “Labor Pains,” will be released straight to video.

“To put all those rumors to rest, I am not broke,” she insists in the video. “I actually have over $400 in the bank, and 20,000 Marlboro miles, which I’m very proud of.”

Most of the video’s jokes, however, focused on her well-documented struggles with alcohol.

“I’m looking for a compatible mate who likes a night out on the town – as long as he or she is driving, of course,” she jokes, adding, “The perfect mate loves long walks on the beach, car chases on the PCH, antiquing and passing out in Cadillac Escalades.”

The sarcastic spot ends with Lohan inviting interested parties to either contact her through her fake e-Harmony account number or read about her in the tabloids.

“If you think you can handle a redhead with a little sass – and by that, I mean a red head that’s crazy … you can reach me at (e-Harmony account number) 612679 or you can find me on the cover of US Weekly,” she says as she picks up a copy of the magazine, “… because I’m so alone.”

The April 8 issue is US Weekly features a cover story detailing Lohan’s recent break-up. The cover features a serious-looking image of the young star, along with the headline, “I am so alone.”

“Dumped, humiliated, broke and crying: ‘Everyone’s turned on me’” it states. “Friends fear she’s suicidal.”

Despite Lohan’s solid sense of humor in the video, she hasn’t been all smiles since she and Ronson parted ways.

US Weekly reported that Lohan on Friday posted a message on her former flame’s Twitter page, saying, "So-you win, you broke my heart. now go away. i loved you(.)"

Ronson, meanwhile, changed her MySpace “relationship status” to “single” on Monday.

Lohan’s Twitter account (ID: llohan) was once registered under the name “Lindsay Lohan Ronson.” Earlier today, the status read, “One day at a time.”

The account was suspended early this afternoon. By 4 p.m., the account appeared to have been deleted.

The drama between Lohan and Ronson was not limited to the Internet.

Ronson reportedly had security prevent Lohan from attending a party her sister, designer Charlotte Ronson, was throwing on Friday. The following day, the DJ had the locks changed on her home that she had been sharing with Lohan for the last six months.

While it would appear that the split might be more permanent this time, let’s face it: This is Lindsay Lohan we’re talking about. Anything is possible; even reconciliation.

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