Lindsay Lohan wants return to music

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Here Lohan poses for photos at Lohan Nightclub in Athens, Greece.

On Wednesday, the 31-year-old actress stepped out in New York City with her mom, Dina, at The Daily Mail's holiday party.

So what would her Mean Girls character, Cady Heron, be up to these days?

Lohan would totally go back to wearing pink on Wednesdays, but under one condition: "We need Rachel McAdams!". We need the whole cast back!

But it isn't only singing that Lindsay wants to focus her attention on, as she's still interested in acting and admitted she would love the lead role in the planned live-action "Little Mermaid" remake. "We had so much fun making it. Mark Waters is such a great director, Tina Fey is an incredible writer, Paramount was great to work with", Lohan told E!

A direct-to-DVD sequel to the iconic film came out in 2011, but a real sequel with the original cast has yet to come to fruition. Fey's Mean Girls musical, which features original music from her husband, Jeff Richmond, will finally hit Broadway next spring.

Tina Fey, the film's writer and producer, chose to adapt her iconic movie for the stage.

The former child star also talked about how she wants to give people more "hope" and that is why she will be traveling to Yemen soon.

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"Paramount was very generous and solicitous with me for several years, saying, 'Would you like to do it?'" she said in 2010.

Since the film's success back in 2004, Paramount has wanted Fey's help with producing a sequel.

She separately told E!

The past: And the NY native also addressed that time in her life when she was getting on trouble with the law.

"That is what will make you truly happy".

Lindsay Lohan might have a twin-and no, it's not her other half from "The Parent Trap". "I don't always have to be scrutinized every second". I can have a private life and have a public life, but when I choose to. "I don't think anyone could even be in a relationship with me because I'm never there all the time".

And the NY native also addressed that time in her life when she was getting on trouble with the law.

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