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Lindsay Lohan Stops in to Mark Ronson's Lollapalooza After Party

August 3, 2008 10:00 AM ET

Perennial gossip item Lindsay Lohan turned up at the Hard Rock Hotel's "Rock the Vote Lounge" to cheer on her squeeze, DJ Samantha Ronson, Saturday night after Lollapalooza. Lohan kept a low profile but had the room abuzz with her presence, as Ronson and her brother Mark, producer of Amy Winehouse's Back to Black and a Lollapalooza performer on Sunday night, took turns spinning '70s hip-hop and '80s synth pop for the wall-to-wall crowd at the Hard Rock Hotel. In addition to Lohan, the afterparty attracted a bevy of name DJs, including Girl Talk and DJ Momjeans (Danny Masterson), who took in Spank Rock's quick'n'raunchy set (a microcosm of the neo-electro MC's earlier performance at Lolla's Citi stage — complete with sultry sidekick MC Amanda Blank). Partygoers also had the option of indulging in the free salon makeup and hairstyling sessions, as well as free tattoos, offered by Chicago's venerable Jade Dragon Tattoo Parlor.

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