Lindsay Lohan wants U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May to join her in switching on the Christmas lights in Kettering, England.
The Mean Girls star offered to turn on the town's festive lights display after she offended Kettering's Member of Parliament, Philip Hollobone, by tweeting that she did not know where Kettering was while watching the results of Britain's referendum on leaving the European Union (EU).
The June (16) vote resulted in a surprise victory for those campaigning to leave, a result which shocked the actress.
Lindsay's offer to conduct the ceremonial switch on has been in doubt however, after Kettering council officials said the star had not confirmed her attendance at the event.
The redheaded star has now said she is trying to make good on her offer, and called on May, who became Britain's leader after David Cameron resigned after losing the referendum, to join her.
"My team is trying to sort this out right now to make sure it fits the schedule. I would love for Theresa May to join me there too," she told The Sun newspaper.
Theresa is not the only leading political figure the 30-year-old has been trying to arrange a meeting with this week (end20Nov16).
Lindsay, who over the past few months traveled to Turkey to meet refugees fleeing Syria due to the country's civil war, called on new President-elect Donald Trump to join her in visiting those displaced by the conflict.
"@realDonaldTrump please let me help you," she wrote on Twitter on Monday. "#theworldisbiggerthan5 come to Istanbul and Syria with me. You can see it first hand."
During his presidential campaign one of the billionaire's most prominent policies was a proposal to stop Syrian refugees entering the US. He also suggested extending the ban to all immigrants of the Muslim faith.