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New Direction? Lindsay Lohan Kills It On Stage Singing A Stevie Nicks’ Cover At Birthday Bash

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Feb. 13 2014, Published 1:40 p.m. ET

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Lindsay Lohan sparked rumors that she’s reviving her music career when she took to the stage at a party in New York on Tuesday night, and RadarOnline.com has all the details.

The 27-year-old party girl belted out Stevie Nicks' “Edge Of Seventeen” for an eager crowd at a 50th birthday bash for NY Republican Party Finance Committee chairman Matthew Mellon.

Attendees went wild for the actress, as she belted the tune, which Lohan covered on her 2005 sophomore album “A Little More Personal.”

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The performance occurred amid persistent rumors that Lohan was back in the studio working on a top-secret project.

The actress posted a picture of herself in a recording studio in December, sparking rumors she plans to resurrect her singing career.

Back in 2004, she released an album, “Speak,” which sold over 1 million copies in the U.S. alone. She followed up her debut album with the 2005 record, “A Little More Personal.”

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Since Mean Girls, Lohan has been raising eyebrows with her behavior on the sets of TV shows like Glee and Anger Management, and films like The Canyons and Georgia Rule.

The actress has had a relatively quiet 2014 so far, last making headlines for her peripheral role in a brawl that took place at an Art Basel bash in December.

Check out Lindsay’s rousing rendition of “Edge Of Seventeen”:

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