Lohan to host MTV awards

D12, Yeah Yeah Yeahs among skedded performers

Lindsay Lohan will host the 2004 MTV Movie Awards, set to air June 10.

D12, Yeah Yeah Yeahs and the Beastie Boys will also perform at the ceremony. Lohan currently stars in “Mean Girls.”

Lohan made her film debut in 1998’s “Parent Trap,” playing twins. She received her own 2004 MTV Movie Award nomination for her appearance opposite Jamie Lee Curtis in “Freaky Friday.”

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