Lindsay Eggs On The Paparazzi; Billy Bob Doesn't Blame Canadians

  • Lindsay Lohan continued her post-breakup bender by hitting three clubs last night and throwing eggs at X17 photographers. [Us]
  • As for Samantha Ronson, while her family has been publicly insulting Lindsay, she wants to take the high road. "Sam broke up with Lindsay, but it doesn't mean she hates her or wants to see her hurt any worse than she is," says a source. "She is over Lindsay and over all the drama, but still, she refuses to trash-talk her. She just wants to walk away gracefully." [People]
  • Billy Bob Thornton is refusing to apologize for his immature behavior during a Canadian radio interview. He said he's only sorry for saying that playing for Canadian audiences was like "mashed potatoes without the gravy" because he meant to diss the interviewer, not all Canadians. [TMZ]
  • Billy Bob Thornton is so passionate about not using his acting fame to promote his band that it states in his rider that the band should be credited as "Billy Bob Thornton And Special Guests The Boxmasters" [The Smoking Gun]
  • A judge has ruled that Redmond O'Neal violated his probation and may be sentenced to three years in state prison. He was ordered to remain in court without bail until he is sentenced on April 17. [E!, People]
  • Marc Jacobs kept Lil' Kim in high spirits during her 10 month prison stay. "He's one of my best friends and was actually a huge supporter when I was in prison," she said. "He wrote me every week! "I decided to buy a coloring book – I'm a huge Bratz fan – and I painted the Bratz and made them all wear Marc Jacobs, and sent it to him. He blew it up and framed it, and now it's hanging in his house. So Marc Jacobs is the best." [Style List]
  • Check out Beyonce's new video for "Halo" in which she makes out with Halle Berry's ex, Michael Ealy. [The Sun]
  • Debra Opri, the lawyer who helped Larry Birkhead win custody of his daughter with Anna Nicole Smith says that he never paid her, so now she's taking him to court. [Anna Nicole and Howard Stern.com]
  • David Caruso is responding to claims by the mother of his two children that he is refusing to give her the $1 million that he promised her. His rep says: "Last month David became concerned about the welfare of his children and sought court assistance to redefine David's and Liza's custodial schedules. It now appears that Liza has decided to retaliate by raising false claims against David, which David finds unfortunate since these claims will divert the parties' and the court's attention away from the best interests of the children." [Radar Online]
  • The film version of Tom Wolfe's The Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test will hit theaters in 2010. [Rolling Stone]
  • Lily Allen was supposed to chat with fans at a meet and greet after her show in Denver last night but she was too wasted. [Perez Hilton]
  • Eighteen thousand Taipei Oasis fans got so excited to see the band that they made the walls of the venue rattle throughout the show. Noel Gallagher blogged: "So that was a bit mad. 18,000 people. Upstairs. On the 2nd floor of a huge exhibition centre. You could feel the building shake during Rock 'N' Roll Star. Scary fun." [The Daily Express]
  • Lo Bosworth says "everything is fine" between Lauren Conrad and Heidi Montag, but "the next few episodes will be a bit of back and forth." It's almost as if the producers want the girls to continue fighting! [People]
  • Matthew Perry is not appearing on the series finale of Lost. It's just another rumor concocted to drive fans nuts. [L.A. Times]
  • At a concert over the weekend Katy Perry changed the lyrics to "You're So Gay," to: "I'm so mean 'cause I cannot get you out of your head. I'm so angry 'cause you'd rather Twitter instead. I can't believe I fell in John Mayer!" [Perez Hilton]
  • Katy Perry said they tabloids exaggerated when they said she and Rihanna bonded after the Chris Brown assault. "I don't think I really, like, reached out to her," Perry said. "We've hung out a couple times. ... Of course I consider her a friend, but it's not like 'I'm there,' making a big deal of it, because I feel weird about that type of stuff. I'm trying to always be there for my friends. She's a really cool chick. I love her style. ... She's one of those unaffected people." [MTV]
  • The French translation of a novel Hugh Laurie wrote in 1996, The Gun Seller was number one on France's best seller list last month. [UPI]
  • In a statement to fans, Billy Corgan says he's still going to perform under the name The Smashing Pumpkins, even though three quarters of the original band members are no longer with the group. He says: "The simple answer is that when I decided to write and record again under the name the Smashing Pumpkins in 2005, I committed myself 100 pct. 100pct of my mind-body-soul to come back and make the band really be great again, and I feel in tune to SP in a way I haven't felt in tune probably since 1995 or 1996. As they say in No Limit Poker, I'm ‘all in'. I'm not going to back out of the challenge in front of me now." [Rolling Stone]
  • In an interview about his movie 17 Again which is supposed to be his transition to adult roles, Zac Efron got flustered and told the interviewer, "I'm trying to figure out what you want me to say. What do you want me to say?" [USA Weekend]
  • Sigourney Weaver isn't sure if she filed her taxes or not. "This year I worked in so many different countries, I'm not sure they're all done. You have to file different files when you work in different countries. I'm not quite sure how all that happens," she said. [New York Magazine]
  • In this interview, Dan Aykroyd explains what's going on with the Ghostbusters video game and the third installment of the movie. He says the animation in the game looks like that in The Incredibles and Sigourney Weaver won't participate in the video game, but has agreed to be in Ghostbusters III. [Newsweek]