Lindsay Lohan, Samantha Ronson


Lindsay Lohan's private life has gone through some rather public growing pains over the past few years. And now, newly 22 years of age, the only growing she wants to do in public is of the professional variety.

Speaking to E! News anchor Ryan Seacrest on his KIIS-FM radio show this morning, hours after her prom-themed birthday bash, Lohan discussed her plans for the year ahead which, she said, could be summed up in two words: "focusing and working."

"I just wanna live a happy, healthy year, and continue on the path that I've been on. And, you know, be with the person that I care about, and my family, and I think that's it."

Not to mention spend a bit more time with a certain young, female musician.

Lily Allen, that is. (You were expecting someone else?)

"I know her, and she's a very sweet girl," Lohan said of the "Smile" singer.

Of the rumors that she and Allen may team up to record a duet together, Lohan said it wasn't least, not at the moment.

"We haven't discussed that, but that would actually be really fun...I would love to!"

For now, Lohan is sticking with her solo effort, which will include the already released Ne-Yo-produced single "Bossy."

"They released it to see what people's reactions [would be]. We didn't really promote it or anything. We just wanted to release it."

The response was apparently good enough to move ahead with plans for an album, which Lohan promises will be a whole new sound.

"I'm going into the studio for real in August, but I'm still waiting on tracks. I'm very picky...My last record, I didn't really promote it or anything, I kinda just did it. I'd like to really do something different with this one.

"And it's a different style of music for me. It's more urban and dance, you know. It's more Rihanna-esque, which I haven't really ever done. Tapping into a new vibe. So I really wanna be careful about what I do."

In the meantime, Lohan has been working on her day job, acting in the new comedy Labor Pains. Lohan said it will come out "hopefully before 2009."

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