The NBC late-nighter would give Lohan 90 minutes to prove to those who may still care about her career that she is employable after a string of run-ins with the law and rehab stints. However, "SNL" spokeswoman refused to confirm the report.
"We never comment on upcoming hosts until they're announced," the New York Daily News quoted her as saying. Lohan is currently on a strict post-jail program in California that requires four psychotherapy sessions, two addiction counseling sessions and five 12-step meetings every week plus random drug testing twice a week.
Those rules will be lifted on Nov 1, provided she doesn't mess up before hand. She's also being chased by the morning news shows, all eager to land the first post-probation interview. Lohan previously hosted 'SNL' in 2004 and was back again in 2006. Fresh episodes of 'SNL' begin airing Sept. 25 - the show's 36th season - with Amy Poehler as host and Katy Perry as the musical guest.