Lindsay Lohan records with Duran Duran
Lindsay Lohan spent almost seven hours in a London studio on Sunday evening (07.12.14) as she and her sister Ali recorded for Duran Duran's new album
Lindsay Lohan sings on Duran Duran for the band's new album.
The 28-year-old star and her model sister Ali, 20, joined band members Simon Le Bon and Nick Rhodes in the studio on Sunday evening (07.12.14) to put down some vocals on a track for the band's upcoming LP.
Alongside an image taken with the rockers which she posted on Instagram, she wrote: "Recording with some greats!!! (sic)"
The flame-haired socialite joined the 'Girls On Film' hitmakers at a studio in Battersea, south London for the recording, and is believed to have spent almost seven hours ensuring her contribution was perfect.
A source explained: "Lindsay was in the studio with the boys from 6.30pm right through until 1am. They wanted to make sure they got the vocals on point."
However, fans of Lohan's previous albums - 'Speak' and 'A Little More Personal (Raw)' - may be disappointed as her singing voice is not believed to be showcased on the song, although her 20-year-old sister - who also released an album in 2006 - does belt out some notes.
The source added: "Lindsay's contribution is more of a spoken word part, while Ali is singing on the track - the sisters will feature on the same song, which they thought was really cool."
After celebrating her debut album's 10th anniversary on Instagram over the weekend, the 'Mean Girls' actress is believed to be seriously considering a return to music.
Speaking to the Daily Mirror newspaper, the insider added: "She has been thinking of giving music another shot recently after recording with Kate Moss' husband Jamie Hince from The Kills, last year. People forget that she has had two studio albums - as well as some film soundtrack contributions. She loves music."
Duran Duran have been working on their new album with Nile Rodgers and Mark Ronson, who is the brother of Lindsay's ex-girlfriend Samantha Ronson.