Sam Sparro 'pulled out of V Festival for Lindsay Lohan' - Tabloid Hell

'Black And Gold' singer is planning to work on the actress' album

Sam Sparro 'pulled out of V Festival for Lindsay Lohan' - Tabloid Hell
Sam Sparro cancelled his appearances at this year's V Festival to "hang out" with actress Lindsay Lohan.

Sparro's last minute cancellation at the festival, which took place on sites in Chelmsford and Staffordshire on August 16 and 17, left organisers "furious", according to The Sun.

"I don't think they were that happy about it. It's hard to keep everybody happy though. There are a lot of people to please in this job and sometimes you have to make decisions which are best for yourself," Sparro told the newspaper.

The 'Black And Gold' singer says he's planning to work with Lohan on her debut album.

"We both really want to work together," he said. "It's just a matter of finding the time and the place to do it. Watch this space!"

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