You can file this under ‘well we weren't expecting that!’ We hear that Lindsay Lohan is planning a musical comeback with a little help from no other than 80s legends, Duran Duran.
The Speed the Plow actress, who recently wrapped her West End theatre debut in London after mixed reviews from the critics, has revealed she's collaborating with the 1980s group on a new track.
Lohan has posted a picture of herself and sister Ali in the recording studio with bandmates Simon Le Bon and Nick Rhodes on Twitter and Instagram, adding the caption, "#DuranDuran @aliana recording with some greats!!!"
The pop stars shared the same photo on their Twitter account, with the caption: "Well this shot even surprised HQ! @duranduran, @lindsaylohan, @aliana, #DD14."
The tweet has sparked speculation that the track will appear on the group's forthcoming 14th album, scheduled for release next year. The album will also feature Red Hot Chili Peppers guitarist John Frusciante.
Lindsay released her debut album, Speak, back in 2004, which went to platinum, followed by A Little More Personal (Raw), which achieved gold status in 2005.