Lindsay Says She Doesn't Drink, Do Drugs, Or Lie; Angelina Isn't EatingS

  • Lindsay Lohan says she wants people to stop saying she's fighting with Samantha Ronson and "making me out to be this aloof, spoiled, ungrateful and unprofessional person."
  • "I'm really a good person and I have a good heart and just want to work and the only reason I go to clubs is to hear Samantha spin or be normal," says Lindsay Lohan. "I don't drink, I don't do drugs and I don't lie. I love to act and write and be creative and I want to help people by playing characters that can send a positive message out to whomever may need it." Lindsay continued, saying she wished "people would just stop judging me and accusing me and making me out to be this aloof, spoiled, ungrateful and unprofessional person that I am not and could never be ... It would be really nice if people would believe in me." [E!]
  • Sources claim Angelina Jolie is on the old lemon juice, cayenne pepper, and maple syrup diet because she is trying to lost 21 pounds. A source on the set of Salt says, "She does all her own stunts…we worry she could injure herself due to the weight loss." [Perez Hilton]
  • A man is suing the Lili Claire Foundation because he claims he paid $30K to meet Angelina Jolie and two years later he hasn't met her or gotten his money back. [TMZ]
  • Rihanna was house hunting in L.A. yesterday, without Chris Brown or Wilmer Valderrama. [Pop Sugar]
  • Chris Brown toured Norfolk State University this weekend in Virginia as a "support factor" for his cousin, who is a prospective student. [TMZ]
  • Britney Spears' estate has paid her 17 lawyers $2.7 million dollars since her conservatorship began, and that's not even counting 2009. [E!]
  • Matt Lauer is recovering from shoulder surgery after a bike accident. Today show co-anchor Ann Curry says the operation went "very well," but Lauer is probably in "a lot of pain." [USA Today]
  • Jennifer Aniston put a hood over her head and had a security guard lead her into a New York City studio today. [TMZ]
  • Sasha Baron Cohen uses fake production companies to trick Americans into appearing in his films. Now the websites for the companies have been deleted. [The Smoking Gun]
  • Anne Hathaway is going to play Judy Garland in a film and a stage version of the biography Get Happy: The Life of Judy Garland. [D Listed]
  • Nicole Richie made fun of rumors that she's having twins, saying "I have twins!" then gesturing to Joel and Benji Madden. "People popped out of me yesterday," she said. [E!]
  • Zac Efron was promoting 17 Again in France while wearing a stained and torn t-shirt. [Jossip]
  • Miley Cyrus says she wants Hanna Montana to continue after the movie comes out this April, but she added, "It's just an honor for people to be able to relate to me and my music – and not so much the character anymore ... I can't be Hannah Montana forever. I have to have something after this. I can't do this when I'm 30." [People]
  • Jennifer Hudson is reportedly appearing on American Idol. The unannounced performance will be taped on Wednesday and shown at a later date. [Perez Hilton]
  • Jon Hamm has joined the cast of the indie movie Howl about the obscenity trial of Allen Ginsberg's poem. James Franco, Mary-Louise Parker, David Strathairn, and Jeff Daniels have already joined the cast. Hamm will play the defense attorney who was the inspiration for Perry Mason. [Variety]
  • American Idol winner David Cook has issued a warning to his fans. He says: "I have to address some behavior that has become disturbing. We pride ourselves on being accessible to you as fans, but in contrast, we do enjoy what little privacy we can muster. To that end, the efforts by some fans to find our hotel rooms, call our hotel rooms, attach things to our bus, etc., is something I have to condemn. This relationship only works when it remains healthy for both parties, and should this behavior continue, the only thing we can do is take more preventative measures to maintain our privacy, which in turn makes us less accessible to you." [The Superficial]
  • George Lopez is getting his own late night talk show ... on TBS. [Extra]
  • Rhys Ifans says the paparazzi don't bother him much now that he's not dating Sienna Miller. He says, "It's all about who you're shagging and I don't do that anymore... I learnt my lesson there, didn't I? I won't make that mistake again.' [The Daily Mail]
  • Al Gore will publish the book Our Choice, the sequel to An Inconvenient Truth in November. [Crain's]
  • Jenna Bush Hager's Secret Service van was towed in Baltimore last week for unpaid tickets. [People]
  • If you're craving more on David Letterman's glamourous Montana wedding, there are details here, including that "the bride wore a navy blue suit and a peach-colored rose corsage." [People]
  • Here's a picture of Calista Flockhart's new engagement ring from Harrison Ford. [People]
  • You may have seen it before, but this 1994 clip of Jon Stewart interviewing Conan O'Brien on his old MTV show is worth a second viewing, if only for Jon's leather jacket and stone washed jeans. [Jossip]
  • Stephen Colbert's effort to get a room in the international space station named after him was successful. NASA allowed write-ins and their name suggestion, "Serenity," could not stand up to the Colbert Nation. [Variety]
  • Adam Carolla decided to make a free daily podcast when his radio show ended last month. Within days it took the number one spot on iTunes and is one of the most downloaded podcasts ever. [Esquire]
  • Avril Lavigne was spotted arguing with her husband Deryck Whibley at a L.A. nightclub. A source says she "kept downing vodka drinks, to the point where she was obliterated. She ended up fighting with her husband before ignoring him completely." [Perez Hilton]
  • Kim Kardashian wants to get rid of all the posers pretending to be her on Twitter. "There's so many fake (Kims) that are going around Twittering, saying all this crazy stuff that it really bothers me," says Kim. [Socialite Life]
  • Kanye West is still trying to enlighten us. He says: "I like the challenge of having to win people over with a new concept ... My father (Ray West) was a salesman. And I saw him have to talk people into things and expose people to new ideas all the time. And I like that. What's the point if you're not presenting something new to people, that people might not be ready for, and exposing people to new ideas?" [USA Today]
  • Michael Sheen, who has played David Frost and Tony Blair, said the real-life actor he would most like to play is Richard Burton. "He had an amazing life coming from a similar background to me, very working class, then ended up being with the most glamorous woman in the world," said Sheen. He added, "Maybe I will do the Welsh trio - Burton, Tom Jones and Shirley Bassey. That would take people by surprise." [The Star]
  • "I'd like to be with somebody who isn't afraid to take care of me - whether they have the same. financial means as me or not. What's important is that they realize there are other ways of taking care of me that have [nothing] to do with money. Like cooking me dinner or going to the grocery store or picking up after yourself." — Jaime Pressley [Just Jared]