ROLL CALL: LiLo ‘Busy’ With Rehab Designing
First Published: August 19, 2010 2:16 PM EDT Credit: Getty Images
LOS ANGELES, Calif. -- Your Daily Dispatch of Celebrity Shenanigans
LiLo’s Project (Rehab) Runway: Other than receiving treatment, Lindsay Lohan has reportedly been filling her time in rehab with some designing. “Lindsay’s busy every day, actually, sketching,” mom Dina Lohan told Us Weekly, referring to work for her fashion line 6126. No word if the UCLA Medical Center will allow Lindsay time out to visit Mood for fabrics.
“Jersey” Housewife Auction Getting Action: The auction of “The Real Housewives of New Jersey” star Teresa Giudice’s belongings has people signing up in droves! According to Radar Online, the auction, which has been pushed back to October 3, already has around 100 people signed up to bid on the reality star’s possessions. Michael Sklar, from A.J. Willner Auctions – who is throwing down the gavel on Teresa’s stuff – said most bidders would sign up right before the auction. We can’t wait for this hot reality mess to go down!
“Golden Girls” Nesting Dolls!: In addition to being national treasure, Betty White is now a nesting doll! The gay-interest blog TowleRoad stumbled across the nesting dolls – made by artist Ginger Williams – which feature Betty, Bea Arthur, Rue McClanahan and Estelle Getty, recreated as their “Golden Girls” characters, as fun stackable dolls. But the nesting fun doesn’t stop with the ladies of Miami. Ginger has also created dolls modeled after “The Karate Kid,” “Steel Magnolias,” Guns N Roses, KISS, The Jackson 5, The Beatles – and our favorite – “Saved By The Bell!” Check them out here!
James Franco Cracks!: James Franco might be a skilled actor – but when it comes to the art of a staring contest, he’s not going to be winning any awards. The OMG blog found a clip of James engaging in a staring contest with artist Marina Abramovc, during her recent show at MOMA in New York City. Check out James’ attempt to take on Marina in stare down, HERE!
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