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Sighting: Lindsay Lohan returns to Chicago for Lollapalooza

For the third time in four years, Lindsay Lohan visited Chicago this past weekend to attend Lollapalooza and, of course, the parties.

The "Mean Girls" star tweeted a photo of Foster The People performing at their aftershow at the House of Blues in the early hours of Saturday and then hung out with the band again later that day in the Angels & Kings Suite on the 36th floor of the Hard Rock Hotel.

Lohan had dinner Saturday with a friend and assistant at Paris Club before heading to see Eminem perform at Lollapalooza in Grant Park. She ordered the lobster frites and soda and apparently "couldn't have been nicer to the wait staff." Lohan later tweeted "Thank you @parisclubchi for a wonderful dinner."

The 25-year-old actress ended the night at the Underground in the early hours of Sunday. She stayed at the River North club until closing.

Lohan and her sister dined at Hub 51 and hung out at the Hard Rock Hotel when she hit town for Lollapalooza in 2009.

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