I’m not the biggest fan of Lindsay Lohan but her latest album ‘A Little More Personal’ is not a bad listen, after the second listen it is enjoyable. People dis her voice but its unique but believe me her voice suits this album. ‘A Little More Personal’ is quite enjoyable. She doesn’t have the BEST voice in the music business but it’s unique and you would vote for her if she was on idols. This album is like a diary of Lindsay, taking us into her life and what it like to be Lindsay.
3)I Want You To Want Me
4) If You Were Me
5) A Little More Personal
Many people did wonder why she didn’t produce a POP album This album is enjoyable and it saddens me that it debuted at a disappointed NO. 20 on the BILLBOARD charts.
Lindsay Lohan A Knockout In ‘A Prairie Home Companion’
Chris Hewitt of Pioneer Press previewed Lindsay Lohan’s new film ‘A Prairie Home Companion’, premiered on Friday at the South by Southwest Film Festival well ahead of its June 9th wide opening. Hewitt writes, “Is it any good? Nope. It’s great – funny, sweet, melancholy – with so much music that it never even gets around to the news from Lake Wobegon.” He added that “Lohan’s seemingly improvised take on ‘Frankie and Johnny’ is a knockout.”
Lindsay To Be New Face Of Louis Vuitton
Lindsay Lohan’s friend tells Star magazine that the 19-year-old will soon be named the new face of French fashion house Louis Vuitton. “Lindsay’s really excited,” the friend said. “It’s not been officially announced yet, but she’s definitely landed the job.”
Lindsay And Jessica Battle For Lucy Role In ‘Dallas’
Charlene Tilton, who played Lucy Ewing Cooper in ‘Dallas’, tells The Mirror that Lindsay Lohan, 19, and singer Jessica Simpson, 25, are going head-to-head for the big-screen role. “They are thinking of casting Lindsay Lohan as Lucy and I’m a fan of hers,” the 47-year-old said. “I think it is great choice.”
Josh Hartnett: Paris And Lindsay Are Not Role Models
Josh Hartnett tells Jane magazine, “What scares me with pop culture is… looking at my younger brother and sister and their friends, seeing my little sister’s friends looking, like, to Lindsay Lohan and Paris Hilton – I just don’t think that’s anything to strive for. I don’t think those girls are too happy. And it’s like, the culture is so focused on a more self-oriented… luck-based mentality. It’s just like, get what’s good for you. It’s a herd mentality that I think is really about making money.”