Rapper Snoop Dogg has signed up to work with actress-turned-singer Lindsay Lohan on her forthcoming album, according to reports.
The star - real name Calvin Broadus Jr. - has joined hip-hop artists such as Timbaland and Pharrell Williams to duet with the 'Mean Girls' actress, who is working on her third LP.
And according to showbiz journalist Roger Friedman, the "amazing" collaboration has given her much-awaited album a massive "street-cred" boost.
He says: "(Universal Music Group) UMG is sparing no expense on this recording, bringing in all the usual suspects like Timbaland and Pharrell to make a good record for the rehabbed and revived Lindsay."
Lohan's last release was 2005's A Little More Personal.