NEW YORK DAILY NEWS
Updated: Wednesday, December 9, 2015, 3:29 PM
Lindsay Lohan’s career renaissance continued Tuesday when she stunned fans with her guest appearance at Duran Duran’s concert in London.
The singer and actress joined the English pop icons onstage at the famous O2 Arena, where she performed their catchy 2015 collaboration, “Danceophobia.”
The 29-year-old star recited her lengthy spoken word verse in front of the unsuspecting fans, as the band members played and danced behind her.
“What an honor,” Lohan posted on Instagram after the show, along with a video from the concert. “God Works in mysterious ways.”
Many deemed “Danceophobia” Lohan’s return to music shortly after it was released over the summer.
Lindsay Lohan joined Duran Duran onstage to perform their collaboration “Danceophobia” on Tuesday.
The popular starlet enjoyed a relatively brief, yet successful, music career in the early 2000s. Her debut album, “Speak,” sold more than one million copies after its December 2004 release, and it peaked at No. 4 on the Billboard album chart.
The following year, Lohan released her second album, “A Little More Personal (Raw),” which went on to sell more than 500,000 copies.
Lohan’s surprise appearance at Duran Duran’s show came on the same day the sexy photos from her stunning photoshoot for NO TOFU magazine in Mykonos, Greece, hit the Internet. In the eye-popping spread, Lohan flaunts her killer bikini body and bounds around the beautiful island town in a polka dot dress.
After experiencing her share of troubles in recent years, Lohan has taken a turn for the better since the start of 2014.
The catchy track marked a return to music of sorts for Lohan, who released two albums last decade.
In addition to her Duran Duran collaboration, Lohan resumed acting once again, even making her stage debut in the summer in David Mamet’s “Speed-the-Plow” show in London.
The starlet is also set to return to the big screen next year in a new movie titled “The Shadow Within,” which will be her first film in more than two years.