By Robyn Collins

(RADIO.COM) – In the middle of a Duran Duran concert at Brooklyn’s Barclays Center last night (April 12), Lindsay Lohan joined the group onstage to perform the spoken-word interlude for “Danceophobia,” from the band’s 14th and most recent studio album, Paper Gods.

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Duran Duran also paid their respects to their mentor and hero David Bowie by mashing up their 1981 hit, “Planet Earth” with Bowie’s classic “Space Oddity.”

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Bowie’s was a profound inspiration for the English new wave band. “There was no question that as a musician, David Bowie was the singular person who inspired me more than anyone else to become a musician,” Duran Duran keyboardist and vocalist Nick Rhodes told Billboard.

Not only has Duran Duran recorded Bowie covers over the years — including “Fame,” “Diamond Dogs” and “Boys Keep Swinging” — but, in 1987, while on the Strange Behavior tour, Duran Duran played a series of North American dates with Bowie.

Duran Duran’s highest charting album in 22 years, Paper Gods, opened at No. 10 on the Billboard 200 last September and at No. 5 on the Official U.K. Albums Chart. Duran Duran will be at Outside Lands in San Francisco on Friday, August 5th.

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