The Coachella Music Festival in Indio, Calif. has seen some great bands resurrected over the years, but nothing like this.
Rapper Tupac Sahkur was brought back to life as a hologram at the weekend opener for the festival season, performing some of his greatest hits, including "2 of Amerikaz Most Wanted" with Snoop Dogg.
Lindsay Lohan may soon wish she appeared at the festival in hologram form as well. TMZ is reporting the troubled star has been banned from attending any clubs during her probation, but went to Coachella anyway, insisting it doesn’t count. Lohan also said she didn't have a drop of alcohol the entire weekend, and was just there for the music.
Good point, Lindsay—Coachella isn’t known for huge club-like parties and clubs aren’t really known for playing music.
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