Lindsay Lohan announces her comeback with first song in more than a decade

Lilo is back…almost.
April 1, 2020 12:14 p.m. EST
April 3, 2020 10:25 a.m. EST
Lindsay Lohan is back! Well, Lindsay Lohan is coming back soon. She’s got a new album. Or, at least a new song? It’s all very unclear, which TBH is not that surprising for Lohan. The singer and actor likes to keep fans guessing and her latest vague reveal is no different. Can we at least get an exact date? In 2020, we would like some certainties.Here’s what we do know. On Tuesday, Lohan shared a cryptic video along with the caption “I’m back” and a pair of emoji eyes. The short clip is a slow zoom in on a TV, which displays a montage of Lohan’s previous music videos and some of her more recent viral moments, including her meme-worthy dance at her nightclub in Myokonos, Greece, which was dubbed #DoTheLilo, as well as her ‘flamingo dance’ that was filmed in a parking lot in October. Lohan has scrubbed her Instagram of all posts, including the iconic pink pantsuit dance, leaving just her new, ominous announcement on her page.
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Lohan hasn’t given any other context for her announcement, including a release date or title (could the song be called “I’m Back”?), but Lohan’s Instagram and website include a link to pre-save her new single. So, we know there will be at least one song. Maybe an album. Again, the details are scarce. Lohan did open a dance club in Greece, a project that was chronicled on its own MTV show Lindsay Lohan’s Beach Club in 2019, and she has plans to buy and run an entire Greek island, so at this point we should expect the unexpected.Lohan’s last official single arrived in 2008 in the form of the dance track “Bossy.” The child star had previously released two albums, including Speak in 2004 and A Little More Personal (Raw) in 2005. The two albums had modest hits with the singles “Rumors” and “Confessions of a Broken Heart (Daughter To Father).” The albums were released at the height of Lohan’s film career in the mid 2000’s when the actor was starring in major releases like Mean Girls, Freaky Friday, Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen, Just My Luck, A Prairie Home Companion, Herbie: Fully Loaded, and Georgia Rule.[video_embed id='1920664']RELATED: Our favourite comeback songs[/video_embed]This week’s announcement isn’t the first musical tease we’ve received from Lohan in the past year. In September, Lohan uploaded the track “Xanax” to her Instagram page and included a video comprised of what the singer described as “vignettes of life. Family, love, the process of moving forward and letting go of the past.” The song’s lyrics talk about the pitfalls of fame and partying, while the video is an odd mash up of unfocused clips with filters. Lohan wrote the unofficial single, which was never uploaded to YouTube or any streaming services, with Finnish singer-songwriter Alma. Lohan has now removed the video from Instagram.Lohan did speak about “Xanax” while appearing in video chat from Oman during an interview by Anderson Cooper and Andy Cohen for the pairs’ annual New Year’s Eve broadcast. Lohan said that she’s been busy managing her sister Ali Lohan and is ready to move back to the U.S. after spending years living in Greece and the Middle East. “I want to really focus on me and everything that I can do in my life and come back to America and start filming again, which I’m doing something soon in this new year,” Lohan told the hosts when asked about her 2020 plans. “And, you know, just taking back the life I’ve worked so hard for and sharing it with my family and you guys.” We are ready for Lohan to share her latest bop. [video_embed id='1932091']Before you go: Demi Lovato tells Jimmy Fallon the big names in her FaceTime group[/video_embed]

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