Lindsay Lohan wore a sparkler on her ring finger as she performed with Duran Duran on Tuesday despite denying she’s engaged.

A spokesperson for the "Mean Girls" star issued a statement denying multiple reports which suggested Lindsay had accepted her Russian boyfriend Egor Tarabasov’s proposal over the weekend.

Hunter Frederick told on Tuesday “the story is untrue and holds no merit,” but the actress continued to keep fans guessing when she wore an emerald and diamond ring on her engagement finger during a Duran Duran concert at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York on Tuesday night.

The actress was joined by Egor, her parents Dina and Michael and sister Ali, who cheered from the audience as Lindsay took to the stage to sing "Danceophobia" with frontman Simon Le Bon and dance around in a revealing jumpsuit with sequins and tassle details.

Lindsay features on the song on their album and previously performed it live with the band at London’s 02 Arena in December.

She made no mention of the engagement rumors online, and simply wrote, “Thank you New York! #duranduran #nyc @duranduran” on Instagram after the show with a picture of her appearance.

<p style="text-align: center;"><iframe src="" width="612" height="650" frameborder="0"></iframe></p>

Lindsay, 29, started dating Egor, 22, last year and she revealed in March that they had already moved in together by sharing a photo of Egor sorting hangers and writing, “Moving in and How to get your man to help #HTGYMTH. 1. Organizing hangers: a happy closet is a happy mind (sic).”

<p style="text-align: center;"><iframe src="" width="612" height="650" frameborder="0"></iframe></p>

She previously opened up about her relationship with Britain’s The Sun newspaper, revealing, “I haven’t known Egor for that long… We’ve been together for about seven months. He is a great guy. I met him in the summer. I’m really happy.”


PHOTO: Phil Lewis/

Get the latest updates from Female Network
Subscribe to our Newsletter!

Latest Stories

Reasons to Spend More on Travel Than Material Things, According to Experts

“We buy [material] things to make us happy, and we succeed. But only for a while..."

Lea Salonga Still Keeps the Exact Shirt She Wore to 'Miss Saigon' Audition

The Tony award winner recently shared she keeps pieces of clothing that remind her of her biggest milestones.

Interior Designer Proves Taking a Chance on One Project Can Change Your Career Path

Mara Manalo may be a multi-hyphenate, but she admits that she’s a work in progress--and it’s a journey that she’ll happily see through, no matter where it takes her.
Load More Stories