Lindsay Lohan Hints at Future Musical Collaboration With Sister Aliana: 'We've Talked About Writing Together'

Lindsay Lohan is returning to the spotlight with her new reality show, Lindsay Lohan’s Beach Club, with premieres tonight (Jan. 8) on MTV. The show’s intro includes a clip from her 2008 Dance Club Songs No. 1, “Bossy.”

When asked by Billboard if the song’s resurrection signaled possible new music on the way, Lohan pivoted to her sister, Aliana.

“My sister is coming out with her record and I want to support her in that,” Lohan tells Billboard. She adds that we could see the pair collaborating on new music: “We’ve talked about writing together and maybe doing something together if we have season two, or just in general."

Aliana Lohan's latest release is a pop-rock ballad titled "Long Way Down," which debuted in November last year.

Beach Club will chronicle Lohan’s daily life as the boss of her own beach club in Mykonos, Greece. In the spirit of “Bossy,” Lohan has also shared her advice for being a good boss: “Be nurturing, be kind, but don’t let anybody cross the wrong lines.”

The show will premiere at 8 p.m. ET in the U.S. before rolling out globally in nearly 180 countries. The episode will be followed by Lindsay Lohan’s Beach Club: After the Show, which will double as a Lohan reunion with Mean Girls co-star Jonathan Bennett.


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