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By From Sun news services | October 24, 2008
Lindsay Lohan to have less exposure on ABC comedy 'Ugly Betty' Lindsay Lohan's guest-starring stint on Ugly Betty has been trimmed from six episodes to four. Everyone seems to agree on that. But then things get murky. The folks at Ugly Betty say Lohan was a diva on the set and clashed with America Ferrera, the show's star. A Lohan defender tells the New York Post's Page Six that Lohan was embarrassed in a rehearsal when Ferrera, as Betty, pulled Lohan's pants down - something the Mean Girls star didn't think was going to happen in rehearsal.
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ENTERTAINMENT
By Glenn Gamboa and Glenn Gamboa,NEWSDAY | December 16, 2004
It takes a special type of self-involvement to release an album that cannibalizes the already popular work of your peers and then to declare, "Don't want to be like every other girl." And, man, Lindsay Lohan is special. Lohan's debut, Speak (Casablanca), is as certain as death and taxes, as predictable as American cheese and just as fulfilling. This, of course, means it will be a huge hit. In the crowded girl-pop field, Team Lohan is positioning her as tougher than Hilary Duff, but not as "edgy" as Avril or Ashlee.
FEATURES
By Orlando Sentinel | May 11, 2007
The Ex Rating -- PG-13 What it's about -- Young couple moves to her hometown where he starts a new job with her old boyfriend. The Kid Attractor Factor -- Zach Braff, wheelchair jokes, slapstick. Good lessons/bad lessons -- People in wheelchairs can be jerks, too. Violence -- Slap-fights, knees to the groin, etc. Language -- A wee bit of profanity. Sex -- Discussed, argued over, bragged about. Drugs -- A little booze is consumed, and there is a drug reference. Parents' advisory -- Romantic comedies don't do much for younger kids, but it's teen-appropriate.
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By Kate Aurthur and Kate Aurthur,LOS ANGELES TIMES | July 21, 2008
HOLLYWOOD - During her 10 years as a famous person, Lindsay Lohan has worn a dizzying number of public masks. She began as a Disney tween queen and a box-office lure. That unraveled soon enough, as she became another wounded, doomed celebrity girl careening through the tabloid world: Lohan the despondent daughter of reckless parents, the on-the-set monster destroying her career and holding up expensive productions, the luckless dater whose boyfriends and hookups trash-talked her and did her no good, the cocaine-and-alcohol-fueled road menace who seemed rehab-resistant.
FEATURES
By Michael Sragow and Chris Kaltenbach | May 19, 2007
Black Book What it's about: -- A Jewish woman living in the Netherlands during World War II uses her wits and her wiles to stay alive. Rated: -- R The scoop: -- Dutch actress Carice van Houten gives an award-worthy performance in this relentless and relentlessly entertaining film from director Paul Verhoeven. Grade: -- A Disturbia What it's about: -- When a disgruntled adolescent (Shia LaBeouf), under house arrest for hitting a teacher, cracks open a missing-person case with his binoculars, The Breakfast Club meets Rear Window.
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By TANIKA WHITE and TANIKA WHITE,SUN REPORTER | November 16, 2005
There's bad news going around for the Goldilockses in Hollywood. Word on the street: Blondes had more fun. Just check out the recent hair colors on some of the biggest stars going: Nicole Kidman. Lindsay Lohan. Tyra Banks. Desperate Housewife Marcia Cross. Will & Grace's Debra Messing. Sex and the City's Cynthia Nixon. Sorry Reese. Too bad Paris. Bye-bye Britney, bye-bye. These days, the sexiest sirens are of the Julianne Moore, Susan Sarandon, Lauren Ambrose set. "Red is the new blond," says Tim Rogers, editorial stylist and spokesman for Charles Worthington hair and beauty salons in London.
NEWS
By MICHAEL DRESSER | December 24, 2007
Restaurants have been good to us over the years. They've provided a setting for our magical moments - from first dates to proposals. They've acted as hosts for our anniversaries and rehearsal dinners. And the lamb chops have been tasty, too. In the spirit of this celebratory but perilous season, when highway carnage inevitably spikes, it's time to give back. So I'd like to present the restaurant industry - especially those upper-tier eateries that ply us with fine food and wine - with a gift-wrapped idea.
NEWS
By Susan Reimer | July 19, 2010
It has been a busy few weeks for those of us in the Glass House Club who keep track of the bad behavior of others. Almost before we finished shaking our heads and tsk-tsking at Al Gore's purported bad massage table behavior, we had Lindsay Lohan's bad nail polish behavior and Mel Gibson's bad telephone behavior. Anyone concerned about the coarsening of the cultural conversation has got to admit that that horse has left the barn. We are now hip-deep in I-can't-believe-anyone-would-actually- do -that.
FEATURES
October 16, 2007
After spending the summer in rehab, Linday Lohan is back in Los Angeles to shoot a movie, according to People magazine's Web site. The onetime party girl, 21, arrived over the weekend and had a low-key evening with friends Sunday, seeing the movie Elizabeth: The Golden Age and visiting a tanning salon. Lohan was due this week on the set of Dare to Love Me, the film for which she was preparing in July when she was arrested for drunken driving. Lohan's mother, Dina, says her daughter is eager to get back to work.
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