The skeptics among us thought it would never happen.
But it seems Lindsay Lohan is finally back on the working map.
The redhead was snapped sampling various Elizabeth Taylor-inspired costumes for her role in the biopic Liz And Dick - her first leading lady part since the rather abysmal 2009 flop Labor Pains.
But she didn't bother to brush her hair for the wardrobe fitting, instead just scraping her messy locks back into scruffy bun.
Finally back to the day job: Lindsay Lohan tries on Elizabeth Taylor-inspired outfits for new movie Liz And Dick, mimicking the emerald dress that Liz was captured in with her white fur wrap, circa 1950
The wig is still missing: LiLo will have to sport dark hair to look exactly like the icon
A source told TMZ that The Parent Trap child star has been granted the 'final say on all wardrobe decisions' and she has been relishing the opportunity to 'perfect Liz’s looks'.
The site also claims LiLo has been 'obsessing' with 'getting into the Hollywood legend's head'.
During the wardrobe fitting, Lindsay drew attention to her slender frame in a summery aquamarine cocktail dress, selected solely to recreate a famous snapshot from when Elizabeth was a teenager.
She is also captured in a red dress, which is said to be based on a Valentino dress Liz once wore.
Back on our radar: This will be LiLo's first major leading role since 2009 flop Labor Pains
Speaking of her role, Lindsay revealed in a statement: 'I have always admired and had enormous respect for Elizabeth Taylor. She was not only an incredible actress but an amazing woman as well.
'I am very honoured to have been asked to play this role.'
The television movie, which will feature on the Lifetime Network, will tell the true tale of the National Velvet legend and her romance with actor, and fifth husband, Richard Burton.
Their relationship was considered somewhat of a scandal in the Sixties, with both parties already married as they embarked on their affair.
While a director is yet to be announced for the June shoot, Christopher Monger has been confirmed as the writer (Temple Grandin), and Larry A. Thompson (Amish Grace) will play executive producer.
Scarlet woman: Elizabeth Taylor, captured here backstage at a Radio City Music Hall event in New York, sadly passed away in March 2011 following symptoms related to heart failure. She was 79.
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