Lindsay Lohan was poised to be Hollywood's biggest young star. With several Disney hits and a successful switch over to mainstream with Mean Girls, we were really rooting for her. But give the girl a few years in L.A. hanging with party girls and dating dudes-and one chick-like they're going out of style and you've landed yourself a DUI, a stint in rehab and a reputation as being difficult to work with. Enter kid sister Ali, a 14-year-old with Lindsay's potential, if not equal innate talent, yet none of the drama. Ali's new single "All The Way Around" is maintaining a steady spot on the iTunes Top 100 since its debut earlier this month, while Lindsay's last music venture didn't even register on the chart. And Ali's not just looking to conquer the music arena-she also landed a leading role in the remake of Troll.
So what is getting in the way of Ali's big success? Ironically, the same thing that kickstart her career: being Lindsay's sister. On her reality show Living Lohan, girls at school torment her, calling her "Ali Loser" and saying "stop trying to be Lindsay," but she's not about to let that stop her. Ali's next single will be called "Close That Door," which the teen says "is about closing the door to the past, and all the negativity you went through in the past." Yes, when you've got crazy blogger-dad Michael, manager-mom Dina as parents and Lindsay for a sister, it's possible to have a rough past at the tender age of 14.
Do you think Ali has what it takes to outshine Lindsay? [People]
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