Lilo opened up big time in a new interview with Australian radio hosts Kyle and Jackie O, chatting about everything from the disses against her on Glee to rumors of being un-insurable, to her sexuality. She doesn't watch the show but says she'd still allow them to use her music even though:
"...they’ve made a lot of snarky remarks about me. Which I don’t know why, they don’t need to do that. I think they’re all really talented though. And their work schedules are insane I’ve heard. It’s a lot, it’s like 7 days a week, which doesn’t sound legal.”
She states that she is single as of today and that boys "still have a chance" with her. When the female host asks if she has a chance Lilo's response is priceless. To check out the whole interview, just let the player continue. It’s separated into smaller clips, but it’s all there.
Her statement regarding still liking boys was a huge deal in the media, which is confusing, because she's more or less identified as bisexual, right? I feel like "bisexual" means that she likes boys and girls.
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Meanwhile, Fox News is really really really concerned about Lindsay's breasts and the possibility that they are starting to sag. Because if Lindsay Lohan ages, the terrorists win.
I mean -- WOW! Fox News interviewed bra EXPERTS for this. Unfortunate that it's none of their fucking business.
Roseanne offers one of the most insightful, funny and honest takes on fame, sexism and television industry I’ve ever come across in her article "And I Should Know" for New York Magazine. On the subject of fame and Charlie Sheen, Roseanne writes:
She details a history of how her old show, Roseanne, per her original vision, almost never came to be -- and her sense of how it could never exist today: "Viewers now prefer their comedy dumb and sexist." The show she cites to illustrate her point? Two and a Half Men.
Any interest in watching this? Check out a video promo.
DVR alert! Gaga is the musical guest tomorrow night on Saturday Night Live with host Justin Timberlake. Speaking of Gaga, I'm sure we're all aware by now that Born This Way has leaked (and is also streaming online for those in the UK).
Wanna stare at Brittany S. Pierce's hot bod for a few hours? Heather Morris is the covergirl for the new issue of Women's Health: