Looks like Lindsay Lohan’s found a new way to keep herself entertained while rehabbing at Cirque Lodge in Utah. Weeks after the National Enquirer’s Mike Walker broke the news that Lindsay enjoys prancing around au naturel (at least when Daddy’s not visiting), Walker now reports the saucy celebrity inspired a beat down between two bucks battling for her attention.
According to Walker’s sources, Lindsay perpetrated the drama by focusing her laser beam love on one male patient, then abruptly ditching him for another suitor. “Everyone saw the showdown coming when Guy No. 1 started warning Guy No. 2 to stop horning in,” said an insider. “Lindsay just sat back innocently, watching the jealousy build — and the guys finally started beating the hell out of each other.”
According to the witness, Lindsay giggled as staffers broke up the brawl, but denied any culpability when confronted by her therapy group. As Walker points out, this latest romantic rehab intrigue is just part of Lindsay’s ongoing love pentangle, which includes one angry wife who accused Lindsay of sexing up her husband in the Cirque Lodge bathroom. Maybe next time, a non-coed facility is in order.
Basic beauty tips from Sharon Stone
Even sexy Sharon Stone fears getting older. “Sometimes I literally have to sit down and look at myself and say, ‘You are a lot older, and you look completely different,’” she revealed in the October issue of Harper’s Bazaar. “You can’t just keep doing the same hairdo or the same makeup and the same jewelry and the same look. You have to face the face that you have.”
For us mere mortals, Sharon did share her secret to staying so hot. “If you want to have plastic surgery or cosmetic surgery, live it up,” she told the magazine. “But if you don’t want to have it, don’t have it. All of these people who keep saying they gave it to me — well, I must never get out of the operating room! How about I happen to be fine and you have not sliced me? It seems to be unfathomable to people that I just happen to be 49 and look good. I am totally capable of accepting myself.”
How does she do it? Sharon told Harper’s Bazaar that not only does she stick to a simple beauty routine, but she does the same with her diet and workout routines. “I don’t want to be fat, so I stop before I am … and I work out only as much as I have to to not be a fat ass. I chase three children to stay in shape.”
Newsflash for “Entourage” stars: You ain’t all that
Is it time for a reality check for the stars of the hit HBO series “Entourage?” OK! reports that three of the show’s stars may have egos swelling larger than their paychecks. "Adrian is so conceited," one magazine source says of star Adrian Grenier, who plays a bed-hopping celebrity, both on and off screen. "He's such a ladies' man. I think he has slept with everyone I know. One girl said once they were laying in bed and he was staring at himself in the mirror, saying, 'Look how beautiful I am ... it's amazing.'" According to the source, "He always used to have parties at his house in Los Feliz and just seduce tons of girls."
Meanwhile, “Entourage's” E, played by Kevin Connolly, charges event planners $30,000 just to show up. Then there’s Jeremy Piven, who has won two supporting actor Emmys for his role as manager Ari Gold. His appearance fee runs between $100K and $120K. And when exactly did we all unanimously decide to pretend Jeremy isn’t totally wearing a rug, a la William Shatner?
Dish on the fly …
If you’re wondering why Ben Affleck isn’t getting the same kind of A-list work as BFF Matt Damon, blame Jennifer Lopez — that’s what Ben does! Of his two year participation in the media obsession, Bennifer I, the actor told Details magazine, "It was probably bad for my career.” … Angelina Jolie’s little Maddox is a ladies man, just like his adopted pops, Brad Pitt, reports OK! The little boy recently returned home from school and declared to Angelina that he had fallen in love with a girl he saw in the cafeteria, who was the most beautiful girl he’d ever seen. High praise, coming from that family!
Tabloid Tidbits is compiled by Helen A.S. Popkin & Ree Hines.