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Career Comeback? Lindsay Lohan Offered Record Deal; Label Calls Her 'A Tremendous Talent'

Lindsay Lohan Offered Record Deal Label Calls Her A Tremendous Talent

Dec. 18 2013, Published 5:48 p.m. ET

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Lindsay Lohan has been flaunting photos of herself in a recording studio — leading to reports she may be working on a secret album — and RadarOnline.com has exclusively learned there's at least one label dying to sign her.

The Charlotte-based record label, SMH Records, has offered Lilo a lucrative deal because they're confident they can make her a success and give her the career comeback she's looking for.

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"Lindsay is a tremendous talent and our distribution through Capital/ Universal Music Group means we have the resources to help Lindsay make her comeback,"Jonathan Hay, founding partner of SMH Records, tells Radar.

Hay's publicity company has worked with the likes of RihannaMichael JacksonWhitney Houston and Wu-Tang Clan — so Lohan would be in good company.

Teasing fans by posting pictures on Instagram in a recording studio, Lohan hashtagged one photo #jamiehince #studiotime.

Jamie Hince is a singer, songwriter and guitarist for The Kills — and is perhaps best known for being Kate Moss' husband.

The Mean Girls star is in desperate need of a career overhaul after completing a 90-day court-ordered stint in rehab and then again making troubled headlines for her possible involvement in a Miami fight that left Paris Hilton's brother Barron battered and bruised.

Hays tells Radar that he can make Lohan a star if she signs with him. So far, no word back from Lilo's camp.

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