Lindsay Lohan appeared in the news again on Thursday, when reports surfaced that a couture dress she borrowed for amFAR’s New York event a few weeks ago was returned literally cut into pieces.
According to Lohan, the Theia gown, which was loaned to her “in good faith”, ripped accidentally so she borrowed scissors from a bouncerand chopped off the bottom half of it.
Sure, Linds… because that’s always my first plan of action upon accidentally damaging a piece of clothing that doesn’t belong to me; haphazardly hacking it into a high-low mini-dress.
Phillip Bloch, who styled the aging starlet for the event, corroborated her story and remarked that despite the incident, he would “definitely work with her again.” Also adding, “I would just lay down some ground rules and do my best to make sure it never happens again.” Yeah dude, good call. And godspeed on the rest of your styling career.
With a hemline as erratic as her personal life, let’s all just be glad that Lindsay’s clothing line never got off the ground.
Shocking absolutely no one, Lindsay Lohan has made another horrible career choice.
TMZ reported this morning that La Lohan has made the decision to turn down an offer to appear on next season of ‘Dancing With the Stars’solely because she doesn’t want to do reality TV. (She WILL take $250K worth of furniture from the Bravo network’s Million Dollar Decorators, though.) “That doesn’t COUNT, you guys!!”
That’s good, Linds. Everything else is in shambles, but above all else, gotta keep those standards intact.
The actress reportedly turned down multiple offers to be a contestant; making up to $550k, which is up to five times what most DWTS contestants make. And definitely a good place to start paying off all that debt, no?
It’s no secret that appearing on Dancing with the Stars has launched comebacks for countless C-list “celebrities” that society has practically forgotten before they reappeared on prime time television screens, decked out in ridiculous sparkling outfits, collectively impressing us with ballroom dancing skills that nobody ever knew they had. Or, in some cases, that they absolutely do not have. Which, let’s be real… is even better.
In offering up such a payout just to get Lilo to sign on, DWTS producers seem blithely aware of the ratings spike they would achieve from the amount of viewers that would tune in solely to see Lohan on live television, waiting for her to prove all her naysayers right and fall on her face in a drunken haze.
Chances are, Lindsay is quite aware, as well. The actress recently told friends that she would never consider reality television, and that she wants to stick solely to films.
Okay girl, let us know how that works out for you.
I probably would have forgotten Tiffany Mitchell’s name in a few days if she hadn’t favorited a passing comment I tweeted about her while on one of my Lindsay Lohan twitter rants.
The 28-year-old Florida-based psychic, who was allegedly punched by Lohan in an altercation at Club Avenue in New York’s Chelsea last Thursday morning used her newly created twitter account not only to claim her innocence, but also as a platform to unleash a stream of slanderous comments about Lohan, her family, and her work.
Probably not the smartest idea for someone who has hired high profile attorney Gloria Allred to represent her case. So the question remains, was this a colossal lapse in judgement, or just an extremely lucrative fake account?
Based on the activity on the account that I witnessed Sunday afternoon, I think all signs point to the former. But you be the judge.
After tweeting that the “truth will come out” because her “words are spirit and they are life,”Mitchell sent a tweet directly to both of Lindsay’s parents, stating that their daughter is a “danger to herself and society,” and that she “has negative energy and black spirits surrounding her.”
Sounds about right coming from someone who calls themselves a professional palm reader. Naturally, her comments sent the always vocal Michael Lohan into a tailspin and thus began a good hour of argumentative banter.
As Mr. Lohan, along with his girlfriend, Kate Major, as well as hoards of Lohan fans fired questions and accusations at the @TiffMitchell1account, tweets were posted taking pot shots at Lindsay’s history of substance abuse, as well as her performance in Lifetime’s Liz & Dick, which premiered just last weekend to negative reviews.
Although they flew freely, Mitchell refrained from addressing comments made alleging that the reason she approached Lindsay at Avenue in the first place was to distract her so that other members of her party could steal her purse. Reports have recently stated that this is the reason Lohan called Mitchell a ‘gypsy’ and attacked her in the first place. Although she admits to referring to Mitchell as a ‘gypsy’ but not realizing it was a racial slur, Lohan denies ever striking her.
Presumably as her interactions page blew up, Mitchell realized that anything she says can and will be used against her, and the majority of the tweets were abruptly deleted.
he jury is still out on how much help Michael Lohan has been to his daughter recently vs. how much he hurts her in the media, but Lohan did tell me exclusivelythat he managed to save all of Mitchell’s deleted tweets about Lindsay and the altercation.
Before slinking back into silence, Mitchell did manage to post one last tweet:
“I was advised to deactivate my account. I WILL have my day in court. God Bless. -TMxx”
Maybe she will, and maybe she won’t. But either way, I know I can’t wait to hear how it plays out.
**Big thanks to @JSquatriglia and @HolliiYO for the screencaps.