Your Daily Dispatch of Celebrity Shenanigans
LiLo Hoping For Man Of Steel Villain Role?: Is Lindsay Lohan setting her sights on a villain role in the upcoming “Superman” reboot with Henry Cavill and Amy Adams? According to Radar Online, the actress is auditioning for a role alongside Superman’s iconic foe. “Lindsay plans to return from New York on Wednesday and meet with producers and read with an actor who is up for the role of Lex Luther,” a source close to the actress claimed. A friend of Lindsay’s, Nathan Folks, told Radar, “Lindsay said she would be ecstatic to be part of the Superman movie… it’s a dream of hers.” Really though, wouldn’t any movie not going straight to DVD be a dream of hers at this point?
Miley’s Back On Twitter – And It’s Pretty Cool!: All is right in the social media world – Miley Cyrus has returned to Twitter! After taking the advice of ex-boyfriend (maybe “on again,” according to some reports!) Liam Hemsworth and quitting Twitter in 2009, the young star has returned via her upcoming world tour’s account. “Yo guys! Its MC! Thank you so much for my KCA! =] PS I am taking over the Gypsy Heart twitter! Gotta keep ya posted on tour <3 come see me!,” she Tweeted on Sunday, adding, " Goal 1. Get 1,000,000 followers!” So far, the tour account only has just over 55,000 followers (as of press time on Monday morning). Follow Miley, HERE before her world tour kicks off on April 29 in Quito, Ecuador.
Meat Loaf Loses It!: “Celebrity Apprentice” kept it crazy last night with a freak out by Meat Loaf over… sponges. Let this be a lesson to everyone – especially Gary Busey – don’t even think about touching Meat Loaf’s sponges. Check out the madness, HERE!
Snooki “Mania”!: Speaking of flipping out – this time the literal kind – “Jersey Shore’s” Nicole “Snooki” Polizzi brought her gymnastic skills to the ring at “Wrestlemania XXVII” on Sunday night in Atlanta! Check out the pint-sized reality star flip her way to (scripted) victory against WWE star Michelle McCool, HERE!
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