The review of Lifetime's latest movie "Liz & Dick" have not exactly been kind to its star Lindsay Lohan, but the troubled actress has gotten some support from one of her most high-profile A-list pals.
Lady Gaga took to her Twitter account this week to share kind words of encouragement with Lohan about her performance and to remind her not to let negative criticism affect her state of mind.
"@lindsaylohan you did a beautiful job on Liz & Dick, Let no one bring u down, Liz didnt, they always try to knock the greats down a few pegs," Lady Gaga tweeted on Nov. 26.
Lohan obviously appreciated the support from the "Born This Way" singer, and the actress responded to Gaga's tweet with some nice words of her own.
"@ladygaga thank you so much! You are such an incredible force and that means the world to me :) love & hugs xo hope to see you soon bella," Lohan wrote about an hour later on that same day.
Lohan and Lady Gaga have become close friends over the last few weeks, according to a report from E! News.
"The seemingly odd pair developed a friendship when they both spent time together at the famed Hollywood hotel, often sharing their love for each other on Twitter and even engaging in a late night photo shoot and slumber party with photographer Ellen von Unwerth," the E! report said.
Gaga is one of the few voices that has praised "Liz & Dick" and Lohan's work in it. New York Magazine reported that the film, which chronicles Elizabeth Taylor's long and tumultuous relationship with Richard Burton, performed far below expectations in the ratings.
"The Lindsay Lohan non-comeback vehicle averaged a disappointing 3.5 million viewers Sunday night, well below the ratings for some of the network's more recent telepic events. Last month, Lifetime's 'Steel Magnolias' remake drew 6.5 million pairs of eyeballs, while the lower-profile 'Abducted: The Carlina White Story' brought in 4.1 million viewers (on a Saturday night, when fewer viewers are home watching TV). And back in January, Rob Lowe's 'Drew Peterson: Untouchable' attracted just under 6 million viewers," New York wrote.