Lindsay Throws A Drink In Sam's Face; Madonna & Jesus Still A Couple

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  • Whoa, whoa: Did Lindsay Lohan throw a drink in Sam Ronson's face on Wednesday night???

A source says that Sam was DJing at her regular spot and Lindsay turned up. LL was drinking vodka straight out of the bottle and also popping Adderall; then dirty dancing with some chick to get Sam's attention. Allegedly, Sam got sick of it all and said: "Why don't you just have another drink?" and even told her, "You're a disgrace." So: "That made Lindsay just totally flip out on Sam. She picked up a drink and threw it straight in her face! Sam was absolutely furious and picked up some DJ equipment that was by her and threw that at Lindsay. It was crazy!" Allegedly. [Radar Online]

  • Dina Lohan believes Lindsay Lohan's clean-up with Niecy Nash will help her get to a healthy place: "She's growing up and she's been though a lot," Dina says. "She's trying to move forward." [People]
  • Justin Timberlake gets his Hasty Pudding Man of the Year award at Harvard today. [AP]
  • Madonna was at a club in NYC on Wednesday and held some kind of audition, which involved "30 wannabes" forming a circle and doing an "epic" dance-off, complete with flips and spins. [Page Six]
  • Oh, hey, by the way: Madonna and Jesus Luz are still together. At the premiere of A Single Man on Monday, "They were all over each other and were even kissing in front of everyone," says a spy. Also, that dance-off she had on Wednesday included Anthony Mackie and Jeremy Renner from The Hurt Locker. [Gatecrasher]
  • Kristen Stewart had jury duty this week, and listened to a case involving a man trying to pay an undercover cop for sex. [TMZ]
  • Time's Joel Stein writes: "When I heard that Heidi Montag sold only 658 copies of her new album, Superficial, in the first week, I thought, Who are those 658 people? …As a journalist, I had the responsibility to find out." [Time]
  • For Valentine's Day, Katy Perry is buying Russell Brand what every man needs: A lilac Bentley. [ONTD via Zimbio]
  • Keith Urban is on the over of People: Country Special (?!?!?!) an inside, he says of Nicole Kidman: "It's been a profound impact [on my songwriting] to meet somebody who offered me a life and helped me become the person I wanted to be." Of the song "My Heart Is Open," he says: "My wife and I had been out a couple of times and I wondered how she felt about me. It came out as, 'How is your heart?' She said, 'It's open.' My God, what a beautiful answer." I'm going to barf now, but only because I'm jaded and bitter and don't like his highlights. You can go ahead and say awwww if you want to. [People]
  • Tiger Woods and Elin Nordegren are going on a trip together, to reconnect, give the marriage another try, etc. Good luck. [NY Post]
  • It's official: Tiger Woods has left rehab. [Radar Online]
  • Anne Hathaway, who is THISCLOSE to baring her nipples on the cover of GQ UK, says she is no good at kissing on-screen, and Angelina Jolie is: "It's a totally different experience. But really you have to be Angelina Jolie to pull that off and still look good. I don't know if you've noticed, but I ain't no Angie." She also says: "Jennifer Garner — now that girl can movie kiss!" [Us Magazine]
  • Are Amanda Bynes and Kid Cudi playing hide the sausage? She Tweeted "so turns out i prefer chocolate over vanilla. interesting :)" and then: "it's amaziing how good it feels when someone knows how to love your body! I am having withdrawals from a certain guy lol :)" and then pasted a link to a song called "Punch Drunk Love." [ONTD, Twitter]
  • Charlie Sheen will be charged with felony menacing following the Christmas Day incident with his wife. [TMZ]
  • Ugh. If Howard Stern replaces Simon Cowell on American Idol, there's no way I can ever watch it again. [PageSix]
  • Simon Cowell is hoping his single to benefit Haiti — a cover of REM's "Everybody Hurts," with Susan Boyle, Mariah Carey, Miley Cyrus and others — will outsell the Quincy Jones "We Are The World" recording. [MSNBC via PopEater]
  • Mia Farrow is criticizing "deplorable" attempts to take children out of Haiti, caling the situation "completely unacceptable and immoral." [AP]
  • Simon Monjack says his late wife, Brittany Murphy, was "not that ill" when she died and he is "ridiculously upset." [People]
  • Dr. Conrad Murray plans to go to the courthouse and surrender today, whether or not he is charged in the death of Michael Jackson. [AP]
  • Wait — this report says Dr. Conrad Murray may not surrender. [CNN]
  • Here, Dr. Conrad Murray's lawyer says his client will attend an arraignment at 1:30 today. [ET]
  • Okay, seems like the LAPD and the DA are feuding, which is why Dr. Conrad Murray's arraignment is a logistical nightmare. [TMZ]
  • There was a bomb threat at an appearance by Jared Leto and 30 Seconds To Mars. [TMZ]
  • Jason Sudeikis will return to 30 Rock, and will do some kind of Today show spoof with Meredith Vieira. [Gatecrasher]
  • Frances Bean Cobain will sing in a "musical concept" project with Amanda Palmer. [Perez]
  • Nelly Furtado will be in the same hockey musical movie that Olivia Newton-John is doing. [Mirror]
  • Some Australian banker was being interviewed in TV when the camera showed him opening email attachments — which were half-naked pictures of Miranda Kerr. He's expected to meet with his bosses soon to find out if he'll be fired. Miranda Kerr says: "I am told there is a petition to save his job, and of course I would sign it." [AP]
  • VH1 has greenlighted an untitled TV movie from Queen Latifah's production company; the comedic drama is about two twentysomething African-American female best friends with very different takes on relationships. [Variety]
  • Some guy who really really really really likes Eliza Dushku is homeless but still determined to save Dollhouse. [ONTD]
  • After being held in a private archive for more than 45 years, some photographs of Marilyn Monroe hanging out with Pulitzer-prize winning poet Carl Sandburg are being unveiled today in an auction. See them here. Dig her cat-eye glasses! [Reuters, The Visit Series]
  • Linda Hamilton says she would gladly be in the new Terminator movie: "They wouldn't make a Terminator model of Sarah Connor at the age of 53, now would they? If they could find some way to bring my youth and strength back, not that I'm that far off track, but to be compared to one's self 25 years earlier, you take a risk." [Mirror]
  • "Bruce Springsteen wants his name off a lawsuit demanding licensing fees from a Manhattan bar where a band played his songs." [AP]
  • Um, someone wants to remake A Star Is Born, with Russell Crowe and Beyoncé? Mind: Blown. [LA Times]
  • An American Idol contestant faked her regular voice to trick the judges and has been on four other reality shows in the past. [TMZ]
  • Ke$ha took over the Hollywood sign. [Just Jared]
  • "There is nothing nearer and dearer to my heart than women. I love them all." — Ted Turner. [Page Six]
  • "To me as long as you're young at heart, it really doesn't matter how old you are — to me, age is really how you feel on the inside. I wish I had known more about nutrition and exercise and how really good it could affect you at a younger age… Then I would have kicked it up a lot sooner." — Queen Latifah, who is turning 40. [Mirror]
  • "I needed a change. I didn't want to be a caricature. There's nothing worse than that guy who's still rocking his whatever it was 20 years after his heyday. The world's moved on, and you're stuck." — Maxwell, on why he cut his hair. He also says: "I'm really multicultural. My mom is from Haiti. My dad's from Puerto Rico. I was born in Brooklyn. I read Proust. Your heritage is your heritage, but your soul is truly who you are." [Time]
  • "I was terrified. At the moment I lived in a state of inner terror. Nudity is something absolutely natural and I'm not prudish - but in a film it can be distracting. Doing Black Swan I couldn't say no. The project is a huge opportunity for me to show a new me. I can't always play the nice mothers. My other problem is that single pictures are being taken out of context and put on the internet." — Natalie Portman, who has some girl-on-girl action with Mila Kunis in the ballerina film by Darren Aronofsky. [Metro Uk via ONTD]



Simon Cowell is hoping his single to benefit Haiti — a cover of REM's "Everybody Hurts," with Susan Boyle, Mariah Carey, Miley Cyrus and others — will outsell the Quincy Jones "We Are The World" recording.

Simon Cowell, you are an ass.