Each Friday, Page Sick looks back on a week of ridiculous Hollywood headlines that we couldn't help but click on. If celebrity obsession is sick We're unwell. It's annoying when famous people complain about fame.
Lindsay Lohan Is ‘Excited’ After Signing New Record Deal, Has ‘Already Finished a Few Songs’
'Lindsay Lohan's Beach Club': Messiest Moments From the Premiere
Lindsay Lohan posted a bizarre video on Instagram Live on Saturday, showing her filming what appeared to be a possibly homeless family of four, who she thinks are Syrian refugees. Lohan has not commented further on the video, which may have been filmed in Moscow, as she had shared a photo of herself there earlier. In the footage, the actress, who has lived abroad over the past few years, occasionally says words in Russian as well as Arabic. What do you need?
The Great Lindsay Lohan–Hilary Duff Feud Of 2004
When Christian, an L. When the project lost its financing, Pope, Ellis, and Schrader decided they wanted to make a lower-scale film. Ellis was in charge of writing the script. After it was completed, Pope suggested raising money via Kickstarter. On July 13, it was announced that Brendan Canning would be scoring the film.
MTV's new series "Lindsay Lohan's Beach Club" strands a bunch of hard bodies in Greece, throws them all in a house together and tasks them with a job that basically amounts to drinking and partying. The results are predictably sloppy. In a similar spirit to that of Bravo's "Vanderpump Rules," "Lindsay Lohan's Beach Club" is ostensibly about a group of hot young employees trying to make a name for themselves under their semi-famous boss. The cast, a group of American party promoters, bartenders, hosts and waitresses, are all enlisted to serve as "VIP hosts" at Lohan's Mykonos club, where they're tasked with selling a good time to a bunch of vacationers. But also like Bravo's hit "Housewives" spinoff, "Beach Club" is much more interested in the dumb things its stars do and say than their actual abilities to do their job.