Lindsay Lohan Learns Celebrities are Supposed to Pay Taxes Too

Lindsay Lohan is accustomed to getting special treatment in court, so you can understand her surprise upon discovering that another branch of the government expects her to behave like a person who didn't make one awesome movie back in 2004. Lindsay didn't bother to pay her income tax in 2009, and now the IRS is demanding that she hand over $93,000. To be precise, a lien has been filed against Lindsay for $93,701.57, and if she doesn't pay up the government could go after her home, cars, and bank accounts. Unfortunately, Lindsay can't even pull a Nick Cage and start making any wacky film she's offered a role in, because Hollywood hasn't exactly been busting down her door. [TMZ]

Lindsay Lohan Learns Celebrities are Supposed to Pay Taxes Too

Brad Pitt finally commented on canegate today, saying, "It wasn't life or death ... It was just an old man tripping." [People]

Lindsay Lohan Learns Celebrities are Supposed to Pay Taxes Too

An upcoming episode of 30 Rock will feature Emma Stone as the co-star of Andy Samberg, Nick Cannon, and Jenna Maroney in the Garry Marshall-style romcom Martin Luther King Day. [N.Y. Mag]

Shameless self-promoter Kim Kardashian wished Kate Middleton a happy 30th birthday by debuting a new shoe called "The Duchess" in her show line. Have we reached a consensus on whether that's a Paris Hilton-inspired baby voice or how she naturally sounds? [Glamour]

  • Speaking of Nick Cannon, he's out of the hospital after being treated for "mild kidney failure." [RS]
  • TMZ attempted to keep things classy by switching the headline "Beyonce — Blue Ivy Came Out Of My Vagina" to "Beyonce — Blue Ivy's Birth Was 'Natural'" [Buzzfeed]
  • Unsurprisingly, the OWN Network is getting its biggest ratings ever now that Oprah's new show has debuted. [The Wrap]
  • BREAKING: Justin Timberlake grew a beard. [E!]
  • Darren Criss has a special place in his heart for "Teenage Dream": "I was a struggling actor, a part-time composer, and all of a sudden they put me in a blazer, slick my hair back, and give me a Katy Perry song on a hit show, and a year and a half later I'm on Broadway. So, yes, it's the song that changed my life." [N.Y. Mag]