Everyone has a regrettable first job or two, but how many of you took photos in your hideous fast food uniforms? Celebrities are people, too, and that means there are at least one or two embarrassing skeletons in their closet. Sure, Angelina Jolie would rather talk about saving the world or adopting another child, but before Billy Bob and Girl Interrupted she was just another Los Angeles teen with model shots burning a hole in her messenger bag. And she’s not alone!
On Sunday, Lindsay Lohan‘s docu-reality series finally premiered on the Oprah Winfrey Network but despite initial excitement, the ratings are in… And they are OK. The first episode of Lindsay attracted 693,000 viewers during its initial run. Read more…
On Sunday, OWN debuted the highly anticipated docu-reality series, Lindsay, about Lindsay Lohan‘s comeback after her latest stint in rehab. Much of the premiere focused on Lohan’s attempts to find a NYC apartment while she’s holed up in a hotel. While fans expressed their excitement for the series on Twitter, Lohan herself wasn’t too happy with her portrayal.
Ahead of the premiere of Lindsay Lohan‘s new docu-reality series, we wanted to take a closer look at her career (and personal) recovery. While most view the time around the release of I Know Who Killed Me as her big breakdown moment, troubles for the actress started shortly after the success of Mean Girls. Lohan was under a microscope. After collapsing during the making of Herbie: Fully Loaded and getting into a string of car accidents, her her star started to diminish. Suddenly everyone was wondering if she was worth the effort or even all the unwanted attention. Since then, Lohan has been struggling to bounce back and erase any memory of the past decade with a series of comeback attempts.
They say mother and father know best, but when it comes to the business dealings of some of the world’s biggest stars, are parents always the best people to control millions of dollars? Certain stars seem to think so. From Scarlett Johansson to Lindsay Lohan and Beyoncé, plenty of Hollywood’s elite opts to hire within, recruiting mom or dad as their business manager. But what happens when they have some major mommy or daddy issues? D-R-A-M-A.
Lindsay Lohan has been laying low recently under strict orders from her father, Michael. With a new movie, Inconceivable, set to start production, Lohan is trying to ease the studio’s nerves. Meanwhile, the first trailer for Lohan’s new OWN docu-reality series, Lindsay, premiered overnight. And even Oprah Winfrey is not putting up with Lohan’s antics. “You need to cut the bullshit,” the talkshow host says to the recovering star.
If there’s one network that has become a huge guilty pleasure, it’s Lifetime. The network continues to make movie safter movies that are must-see events. This weekend is no different with Christina Ricci starring in Lifetime’s version of Lizzie Borden, a woman accused and acquitted of the ax murders of her father and stepmother. Lizzie Borden Took an Ax has all the elements that make for a good Lifetime flick: drama, murder, brooding men, inappropriate relationships, mystery and intrigue. That’s what makes it such a perfect celebrity biopic. Like Anna Nicole Smith (Anna Nicole) and Elizabeth Taylor (Liz & Dick) before her, Lizzie joins a long list of celebs who got the Lifetime treatment. However, there are so many more that we want made!
Melissa McCarthy will keep the laughs coming during Super Bowl weekend, we get more photos from the Fifty Shades Of Grey set, and we wonder who would be Jared Leto‘s other half in a celebrity power couple.
Saturday Night Live takes another step in the right direction, Kristen Wiig is reinventing herself for 2014, and we find out which films the Brits loved during the past year.
Fans learn more about Paul Walker‘s horrific fatal accident, Lacey Chabert starts off the new year in a major way, and film critics give their takes on the latest Paranormal Activity movie.