Lindsay Lohan finished her mandatory three-month stint in rehabilitation on Tuesday and appeared jubilant to be leaving.
The actress was spotted leaving Cliffside in Malibu, Calif. when she sported a broad smile in addition to a cheery printed dress. She served a 90-day court-ordered stay in order to kick her addiction to Adderall.
Now, the 27-year-old star will be staying with a sober coach somewhere in the area, according to TMZ.
The sober coach was specially requested by Lohan who felt she needed a "lower level, sober living house" to serve as a transition before fully leaving rehab, reported TMZ.
Following her release, it is believed that Lohan will move back to New York City.
But first, Lohan agreed to speak to Oprah Winfrey for her first post-rehab interview.
The terms of the sit-down between Lohan and the Oprah Winfrey Network involved a hefty $2 million fee and an 8-part "docu-series" about her life.
"OWN will air an exclusive interview with Oprah and Lindsay Lohan that will tape and air in August and an eight-part documentary series with Lindsay for 2014," an OWN spokesperson confirmed, according to Entertainment Weekly.
During the interview, Lohan is expected to address life as a child star as well as her recent string of troubles including misdemeanor theft, probation violations and traffic violations.
The post-rehab interview with OWN is a break from star's latest projects, which have all been scripted.
Lohan recently guest-starred on both "Glee" and "Anger Management," and appeared in Lifetimes's made-for-TV-movie, "Liz & Dick."
Moreover, Lohan's film "The Canyons" hits theaters on Aug. 2.
The actress' first post-rehab interview with be another top mark for OWN, which has scored sought-after sit-downs with high profile people including Lance Armstrong during his doping scandal and Rihanna who addressed the assault case involving Chris Brown.