Is Lindsay Lohan Music In Our Future?
August 20, 2007 at 5:30 AM (PT)
LINDSAY LOHAN, actress, may not be getting as many scripts. But LINDSAY LOHAN, pop star, is ready to rock, reports RUSH & MALLOY in THE NY DAILY NEWS. The rehabbing LILO is looking to revive her recording career, they write. Insiders say LOHAN has let UNIVERSAL MUSIC execs know she's ready to deliver the third album she owes. But do they want it?
Guided by CASABLANCA label head TOMMY MOTTOLA, LOHAN recorded the 2004 CD "Speak," which sold a respectable 1.6 million copies here and abroad. Her 2005 followup, "A Little More Personal," did more than 600,000 units.
MOTTOLA had been after LOHAN to get back into the studio, but she didn't have time with all the movies she was making. Then came her two DUI arrests and a charge of cocaine possession. Amid reports that insurance companies were afraid to bond her pictures, her schedule freed up.
"TOMMY MOTTOLA knows how to handle divas," says a source, noting that the former SONY MUSIC Chairman's wives have included MARIAH CAREY and THALIA.