That's Lindsay Lohan singing the theme song for her MTV reality TV show

Cindy Ord/Getty Images for MTVLindsay Lohan is an actress and singer.
  • Lindsay Lohan’s new reality TV show, “Lindsay Lohan’s Beach Club” has a vaguely recognisable theme song.
  • The track is called “Bossy,” and it was released by Lohan in 2008.
  • Considering that Lohan is a boss on her MTV series, the song is fitting.

The theme song for Lindsay Lohan’s new reality TV show is actually a track that she released years ago and you probably didn’t even realise it.

If you saw the commercials for “Lindsay Lohan’s Beach Club” or tuned in to the premiere episode on Tuesday, the short theme song might have sounded vaguely familiar to fans who followed Lohan’s career as a singer.

The track is called “Bossy,” and Lohan dropped it in 2008. The pop song is filled with attitude, with Lohan proclaiming that she likes things done her way. It also peaked at No. 1 on Billboard’s Dance Club Songs chart.

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Considering the message of “Bossy,” it’s unsurprising that the “Parent Trap” star resurrected it for her reality series, where she manages a group of hosts, servers, and bartenders (collectively called “ambassadors”) at a beach club that she established in Mykonos, Greece. On the show, Lohan also describes herself as a “boss b—-.”

As a refresher, you can watch the video for “Bossy,” which was written by Ne-Yo, below.

Warning: The video is NSFW.

“Bossy” followed the success of Lohan’s previously released albums, “Speak” (her debut album that came out in 2004 and included the edgy song “Rumours”) and “A Little More Personal (Raw),” which was released in 2005. She also lent her voice to tracks that were featured in popular teen movies, like “Freaky Friday,” “Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen,” and “The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement.” Lohan is also featured in Duran Duran’s 2015 song “Danceophobia.”

Even though Lohan is focusing her energy on “Lindsay Lohan’s Beach Club,” she’s not opposed to returning to music.

“My sister [Aliana] is coming out with her record and I want to support her in that,” Lohan told Billboard in an interview published this week. “We’ve talked about writing together and maybe doing something together if we have season two, or just in general.”


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