Lady Gaga looks to hire Lindsay Lohan for new album

According to reports, the bisexual Bad Romance singer wants to hire Mean Girls actress for new ARTPOP music video

Lady Gaga looks to hire Lindsay Lohan for new album
09 August 2012

Bisexual pop star Lady Gaga has reportedly employed controversial actress Lindsay Lohan for her new album.

The fellow bisexual will appear in the Bad Romance singer’s upcoming music video, according to unconfirmed reports.

As reported by the New York Post, the two women formed a friendship after a girl’s night out with bisexual photographer Ellen von Unwerth at L.A’s Chateau Marmont last month.

Entertainment website PageSix reported the three allegedly had dinner and, at one point, Lohan and Gaga ‘ran upstairs to play dress up and came down in different outfits’.

Lohan recently completed production on Lifetime movie Liz & Dick, where she played the Hollywood legend Elizabeth Taylor.

The Freaky Friday actress will also take a role in Scary Movie 5 which will also star Ashley Tisdale and Charlie Sheen.

In June, the mother monster revealed a dark piano ballad called ‘Princess Die’ on tour sparking rumors about an upcoming record.

Then on Sunday (5 August),. ‘New Ink, New Album’ to her 27 million followers, revealing a tattoo of the name of her album ARTPOP.

She added: ‘Make sure when writing about my new album/project ARTPOP that you CAPITALIZE the title. *its (sic) all in the details*’

ARTPOP will reportedly be released in spring 2013.

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