Lohan gets friendly with 'Z-list' TOWIE hunk

Lohan gets friendly with 'Z-list' TOWIE hunk

Lindsay Lohan has made an unlikely pal in 'The Only Way is Essex' hunk Dan Osborne.

The Hollywood actress - who is in London preparing for her West End debut in a theatre production of 'Speed-the-Plow' - has been hanging out with the burly reality star and friends are reportedly worried the friendship may affect his romance with 'EastEnders' beauty Jacqueline Jossa.

A source told The Sun newspaper: "Dan is a taken man and very happy but he was keen to be introduced to Lindsay as she is such a big star.

"It's all harmless fun at the moment but Lindsay has a reputation for fancying hunky Z-list Brits so Dan should tread carefully."

In fact, Lindsay can count several 'TOWIE' cast members as friends.

Newcomer Vas J. Morgan is said to be a close pal of the 'Freaky Friday' actress as is former 'TOWIE' star Tom Kilby.

Dan has already declared his feelings for Jacqueline on a recent episode of the hit ITV2 show, as he told his friends that he "loves" the 'EastEnders' actress.

He told Tom Pearce: "I would definitely say I was in love. And I don't believe in throwing that word around, but I am happier than I've ever been."

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