ROLL CALL: Lindsay Lohan Gets Some Retail Therapy

Your Daily Dispatch of Celebrity Shenanigans

LiLo Leaves Rehab To Shop: Lindsay Lohan is still receiving treatment at the Betty Ford Center, but the actress is making time for a little retail therapy. According to Radar Online, LiLo temporally left rehab on Tuesday to hit up a Forever 21 in Palm Desert, Calif. with an unidentified friend. She reportedly spent $200 on a leopard sweater, pajama bottoms and “a ton of socks.” No word if the socks were for her feet or some sort of puppet therapy inspired by Mel Gibson’s “The Beaver” – we’re hoping they were for her feet!

Jessica Doesn’t Need Your Script!: If you’ve written a movie starring Jessica Alba, chances are she might not be saying the words you’ve penned – unless they’re really, really good. “Good actors, never use the script unless it’s amazing writing,” the actress told ELLE magazine. “All the good actors I’ve worked with, they all say whatever they want to say.” We can’t help but wonder if Jessica used her own words in her past cinematic gems “Honey” and “Into The Blue.”

And I Get A Plane!: She has her own network, why not her own plane?! Gawker.com reported that United Airlines has unveiled an Oprah themed Boeing 757, to honor the talk show maven’s final season. Oprah reportedly designed the interior of the plane herself. Check out time-lapse footage of the plane getting the Oprah makeover, HERE!

Wax Gagas To The Power Of 8!: Not getting enough Lady Gaga in your life? Madame Tussauds in New York, Las Vegas and Los Angeles (and five other worldwide locations) is about to have plenty to go around! The museum will unveil eight different waxed Gagas on December 9. The various Gagas will include: Lady in Lace, “Telephone,” Harlequin, Kinky Boots, Mini Mouse, Hair Hat, Wired “Wing” Dress With Lightning “Eye” and Big Hair versions of the pop star – in total, costing $2.4 million to produce. We’re not one to tell the house of wax how to do their job, but why no Meat Dress Waxed Gaga?

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