Mean Girls star Lindsay Lohan spotted at Upminster’s We Are FSTVL

PUBLISHED: 10:53 31 May 2016 | UPDATED: 11:38 31 May 2016

Lindsay Lohan attends the Vanity Fair Post Oscars Party at the Mortons, Los Angeles.

Lindsay Lohan attends the Vanity Fair Post Oscars Party at the Mortons, Los Angeles.


It appears a number of famous faces enjoyed this weekend’s We Are FSTVL in Upminster, including American actress Lindsay Lohan.

The 29-year-old actress, famous for her roles in films such as Freaky Friday, Mean Girls and The Parent Trap, was spotted in the festival’s VIP area throughout the day on Sunday, before heading to the main stage to see BBC Radio 1 DJ Danny Howard in action.

That evening the former childhood star uploaded a photo to Instagram showing her and her fiancé, Egor Tarabasov, soaking up the atmosphere backstage.

Other famous faces in Upminster this weekend for the festival included past and present ‘The Only Way Is Essex’ stars such as Frankie Essex and Kate Wright, while Big Brother legend Aisleyne Horgan-Wallace and Ex on the Beach’s Jordan Davies were also spotted.

Many local residents and festival goers greeted news of Lindsay’s appearance with disbelief on social media, as a tiny bit of Hollywood glamour came to Havering, but not everyone appeared to enjoy the festival as much as she did.

For a full report on all the weekend’s We Are FSTVL action, make sure you pick up a copy of the Recorder this Friday.

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