First little sister Ali and the Orange Oprah tried riding Lindsay Lohan's coattails to fame. Now Lohan's estranged half-sister, Ashley Horn, is using her name to get her own name out there. And she's also using a scalpel.
Today (Aug. 29) on Twitter, celebrities spent the entire time talking about, well, each other. Whether they were gushing about a fellow star's awesomeness or making jokes with or about them, Twitter was full of celebrity interactions -- and sadly not enough Throwback Thursday pictures.
Lindsay Lohan's public contrition tour began Sunday night when her much ballyhooed interview with Oprah aired on the media mogul's cable network. And during the sit-down, taped just four days after LiLo's most recent stint in rehab, the actress finally admitted to being an addict.
After 30 days, Lindsay Lohan has left the Betty Ford Clinic to complete the remainder of her 90-day court mandated rehab stint at the Cliffside Center in Malibu. And everyone -- prosecutors included -- signed off on the deal.
Lindsay Lohan is continuing the South American jaunt of her Hot Mess Tour, much to the chagrin of everyone who has to deal with her -- including her lawyers, her management and everyone else with enough brain cells to realize that partying probably isn't the best idea for her right now. Or ever.
If you're ever looking for Lindsay Lohan, checking the county jail is always a good place to start. Over the course of just a few years, the one-time promising actress has managed to get in trouble enough times to warrant herself six impressive publicly-released mugshots -- and even more arrest…
While it's debatable whether Lindsay Lohan gets her endless, (fist) in-your-face energy from energy drinks or something else, she's more than happy to help sell them. For, you know, half a million dollars.
Lindsay Lohan, known for making infamously fantastic life and legal decisions, is on a roll this week. Not only did she reject a rehab plea deal that would keep her -- once again -- out of jail, she also may have given walking papers to her long-suffering attorney, Shawn Holley.