Lindsay Lohan has offered her take on Monday's final presidential debate via Twitter and appeared to have lent President Obama her support.
During the debate, Lohan retweeted a pro-Obama message, despite having posted her support of Romney just weeks ago.
"RT @BarackObama: RT if you're #ProudOfObama as our commander in chief," Lohan posted to her account on the micro blogging site.
The troubled actress offered several comments throughout the entire debate on Monday, starting with, "OMG it is HAPPENING!!!!!!! The Final Debate!!!!! I'm so nervous!"
Lohan later added, "1920s, 1950s… IT'S ALL THE SAME, History repeats itself… Only if you let it."
Lastly, the 25-yearold actress posted, "Nice work to both @BarackObama and @MittRomney… I'm so relieved that its over. Maybe more than both of you.. severe anxiety- God Bless xo L"
Some of Lohan's tweets confused Twitter users since she previously stated support for Obama's opponent. Just two weeks ago, the notoriously unstable actress told FOX411 that she supported GOP candidate Mitt Romney.
"I think unemployment is very important for now, so as of now I think [my vote] is Mitt Romney," said Lohan to FOX411 during a launch party for an energy drink.
Perhaps it was her previous comments that led Lohan to delete her pro-Obama tweet shortly after it was published on Monday. The retweeted message was not the first time she had taken to Twitter about Obama though.
Last month, Lohan directed a message posted to Twitter at the President asking that he "cut taxes for those who need it: middle-class families, small businesses" and "those that are listed on Forbes as 'millionaires.'"
Meanwhile, the former Disney star will appear in Lifetime's made-for-television movie "Liz & Dick" where she portrays iconic Hollywood star Elizabeth Taylor. The production will also see Grant Bowler, who portrays Taylor's husband Richard Burton.
The highly anticipated movie will air on Lifetime on Nov. 25.