Belfast Telegraph

Wednesday 7 October 2015

LiLo ‘hiding from O’

Published 05/05/2014

Lindsay Lohan
Lindsay Lohan

Lindsay Lohan is reportedly “doing everything in her power” to hide her partying from Oprah.

The 27-year-old actress allowed cameras to follow her on the road back to recovery in a recent docu-series for the TV mogul’s OWN network.

UK newspaper The Mirror reports part of the deal was that Lindsay agree not to slip back into the habits that resulted in her entering rehab six times prior.

But a source tells the outlet Lindsay was busted partying once again while in London last week – and she apparently went to great lengths to keep her identity secret.

“Lindsay is desperate to keep up appearances and while she isn’t behaving all that badly, she knows Oprah will be furious to see her leaving clubs at 4am. It goes against the image she is trying to portray and Oprah wants her to focus on becoming that happy, healthy person,” a source said.

“Lindsay did everything in her power to stop Oprah finding out, including wrapping things around her face so she couldn’t be recognised and claiming she was in NY. She has since flown home though.”

Apparently Lindsay was in the UK to record a new album.

The actress is said to have high hopes returning to music will help boost her comeback.

“Lindsay was in and out of the studio throughout her stay in London. She knows she will probably never be taken seriously as an actress in Hollywood so she’s trying to focus on reviving her music career,” the source continued.

Lindsay’s first and last album, Speak, was released in 2004.

The actress is said to be taking a different direction with her latest tracks, however, and was reportedly in the studio with The Kills’ Jamie Hince.

“Lindsay’s on the hunt for a hip-hop artist to do a guest verse for her single,” an insider said.

The actress had yet to comment on the claims at press time.

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