Lindsay Lohan Collaborates With Duran Duran In ‘Danceophobia’

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Welcome back, Lindsay Lohan.

The iconic ’80s group, Duran Duran, is streaming their latest album, Paper Gods, and there’s an awesome collaboration with Lindsay Lohan who appears on their single “Danceophobia.”

So, how did the band and Lindsay Lohan link up?

“She asked to be part of it, texting (frontman) Simon (Le Bon), and we thought, actually, there is one spot, ‘Danceophobia,’ where we needed someone to do a little role play for us,” keyboardist Nick Rhodes said.

Um, can we just text someone and collaborate on a song?

In the song, Lindsay breaks out in voice saying:

“Can you hear me? If you can hear me let me know. I am your doctor. You may be experiencing feelings of confusion. Don’t be afraid. I’ve seen these symptoms before. Ten to twenty new cases each week. We call this condition ‘Danceophobia.’ I’m going to keep you in for observation. I may have to work on you throughout the night. We have to trust each other. And together, I think we can beat this thing before the music ends.”

The bands album also includes former Red Hot Chili Peppers guitarist John Frusciante, Kiesza, violinist Davidé Rossi and more.

Paper Gods is set to be released on September 11th and we are excited to rock out!

 

Listen to ‘Danceophobia’ here.

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