Lindsay Lohan is set to record a new album.

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The Mean Girls actress is reportedly under pressure to release a third LP – tentatively titled Nobody’s Angel – because she is under contract to Universal Music Group.

A music insider told the New York Post: ‘She is only recording another album because of a contractual obligation to Universal.’

However, one of Lindsay’s employees insists the star is looking forward to returning to the recording studio, saying: ‘Lindsay always planned to release a third album.’

Lindsay signed a record deal in 2002, after impressing music producers by singing on the Freaky Friday soundtrack.

Her debut album Speak was released in 2004 and reached number four on the Billboard 200.

In 2005, Lindsay’s second album A Little More Personal (Raw) debuted at number 20 on the Billboard 200, but fell out of the top 100 within weeks.

Nobody’s Angel was originally set for release in December 2006, but plans were later shelved.

Lindsay planned to start work on the new LP in July, but was forced to put the record on hold yet again following her DUI (driving under the influence) convictions and her stint in a Utah rehab facility.