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Jay Z and Rihanna shared a candid handshake at the annual Roc Nation pre-grammy brunch, celebrating with a Rolodex of celebrity guests, including Big Sean, Adrien Brody, Nick Jonas and Kelly Rowland in Beverly Hills on Feb. 11.
From one pre-grammy party to the other, Sean 'Diddy' Combs hosted his own star-studded Grammy's Weekend After Hours party at his private residence in Los Angeles serving Ciroc vodka and DeLeon Tequila, where Mary J. Blige posed for a pic with the rapper.
Cee Lo Green and his new alter ego, Gnarly Davidson made an appearance at Primary Wave's annual pre-grammy party on Feb. 11 on the luxurious rooftop of the London Hotel in Los Angeles, while Moesha star Brandy Norwood, brother Ray J and his wife Princess Love celebrated her 38th birthday and gathered several guests around to sing a rendition of Happy Birthday to her »
The actor, who has been studying Islam, has said she was ‘freaked out’ by the request during an airport check
Speaking on ITV’s Good Morning Britain, Lohan, 30, said she was requested to remove her headscarf by security staff queuing for a flight to New York, having lately returned from Turkey.
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- Catherine Shoard
Lindsay Lohan is using her celebrity status to further her goals as an activist and a philanthropist, and the actress says she's already faced opposition and persecution.
Lohan, 30, sat down with Good Morning Britain on Tuesday, and opened up about her goodwill travels to Turkey, where she met with President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, and claimed that she was "racially profiled" at Heathrow Airport in London because of her headscarf.
Watch: Lindsay Lohan Returns to Instagram After Peaceful Meeting With President of Turkey
"When I was flying to New York recently, I was wearing a headscarf and I got stopped," Lohan told hosts Piers Morgan and Susanna Reid. "[The transit agent] opened my passport and saw 'Lindsay Lohan' and started immediately apologizing but then said, 'Take off your headscarf.'"
Lohan admitted that the encounter left her feeling upset and concerned for devout travelers who wouldn't have been Ok with the order to remove the garment: "How would another »
Lindsay Lohan was traveling from London to New York when she claims she was “racially profiled” at the airport because of her headscarf. Lindsay Lohan Claims She Was Racially Profiled She described the incident on Good Morning Britain, saying she was stopped by an airport employee, who “opened my passport and saw ‘Lindsay Lohan’ and started apologizing, but […]
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- Hillary Luehring-Jones
Lindsay Lohan claims she was “racially profiled” recently after arriving at London’s Heathrow Airport while travelling to New York. The “Freaky Friday” actress recalled the incident on “Good Morning Britain” on Feb. 21, telling hosts Susanna Reid and Piers Morgan she “got stopped recently and was racially profiled.” “She opened my passport, saw ‘Lindsay Lohan’ and started immediately […] »
- Shakiel Mahjouri
Lindsay Lohan is opening up about a recent travel experience. The actress, 30, appeared on Good Morning Britain Tuesday and told the co-hosts she recently was "racially profiled" at London's Heathrow Airport because she was wearing a headscarf. "When I was flying to New York recently I was wearing a headscarf and I got stopped at the airport and was racially profiled for the first time in my life," Lohan told co-hosts Piers Morgan and Susanna Reid. "[The agent] opened my passport and saw Lindsay Lohan and started apologizing but said, 'Take off your headscarf.'" The Mean Girls star said the entire experience left her "scared" and made her think, "how would »
A version of this article originally appeared on time.com.
Lindsay Lohan says she was “racially profiled” at London’s Heathrow Airport after flying in from Turkey because she was wearing a headscarf.
The Mean Girls actress, 30, said she was stopped by a woman who asked her to take her headscarf off. “She opened my passport and saw Lindsay Lohan and started immediately apologizing, but then said ‘But please take off your headscarf,’” Lohan told U.K. television show Good Morning Britain. She added: “And I did, it’s okay. But what scared me was in that moment — how would »
- Kate Samuelson
Lindsay Lohan told “Good Morning Britain” on Tuesday that she was “racially profiled” while wearing a headscarf at London’s Heathrow Airport. The actress claimed she was stopped while traveling to New York. She said an airport worker “opened my passport and saw ‘Lindsay Lohan’ and started immediately apologizing, but then said: ‘Please take off your headscarf.'” On the British morning show, Lohan asked, “How would another woman who doesn’t feel comfortable taking off her headscarf feel?” Also Read: Lindsay Lohan Really, Truly and Desperately Wants to Play 'Little Mermaid' Lohan was returning from Turkey, where she recently met President Recep Tayyip Erdogan. »
- Brian Flood
The actress took to Instagram on Sunday to share her hopes of portraying Ariel in a possible live action remake of the hit animated flick.
"I will sing again, as #ariel #thelittlemermaid," Lohan captioned a split photo showing her alongside the loved mermaid. “@disney approve that. #billcondon directs it along with my sister @alianamusic singing the theme song for the soundtrack."
"Also @kgrahamsfb plays Ursula," the 30-year-old star continued. "Simply because, she is the best. Take one. @disneystudios."
Lohan later edited the caption to simply read, “#thelittlemermaid.”
In the past, Lohan has made no secret of how Ariel would be her dream role.
While Disney has not confirmed the film, Broadway star Lin-Manuel Miranda told Vulture last year that he »
“Mean Girls” remains an iconic, beloved film, and is arguably the biggest hit in Lindsay Lohan’s screen career. So why has sequel-mad Hollywood not jumped on making “Mean Girls 2”? As Lindsay Lohan revealed during a Monday appearance on “The View”, it certainly hasn’t been from lack of effort on her part. “View” co-host Sara Haines admitted her […] »
- Brent Furdyk
Lindsay Lohan is totally trying to make Mean Girls 2 happen. It's hard to believe that it's been nearly 13 years since moviegoers were first introduced to Regina George, Cady Herron and more unforgettable characters. But as the film keeps its loyal following while gaining new fans, Lindsay is still hopeful that this story isn't over just yet. "I went to SNL the other day and I was like harassing Lorne Michaels, I'm like we have to do," Lindsay shared Monday morning on The View. "I'll write the treatment—If Tina Fey's too busy." When co-host Sara Haines expressed her support in a sequel, Lindsay couldn't help but agree. "Yes, they should. »
Lindsay Lohan has been using Instagram of late to highlight her visit with Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdoğan and tout a trip to the United Nations. She’s also employing the platform to not-so-subtly hint that Disney should cast her in the studio’s live action remake of The Little Mermaid. Needless to say, perusing her account these days is a bit surreal. Lohan—who, remember, also has a treatment for a Mean Girls sequel in her back pocket—posted a split-screen comparing herself to Ariel.
Though now the image is simply adorned with the hashtag ”#thelittlemermaid,” Entertainment Weekly reports that Lohan initially had composed a longer caption in which she said she would take on the role if Bill Condon—who is behind the upcoming Beauty And The Beast—were to sign on as director. “I will sing again, as #ariel #thelittlemermaid [if] @Disney approve that #billcondon ...
- Esther Zuckerman
Everyone loves a good comeback story (exhibit A: that crazy Super Bowl game) so it doesn’t really come as a surprise that once upon a time Hollywood darling Lindsay Lohan is presenting options that would insert her presence back into the limelight.
Outside of writing the script for a potential Mean Girls sequel, Lindsay Lohan is now taking to Instagram sharing a side-by-side comparison of her (now a redhead) and The Little Mermaid‘s Ariel (reportedly, the caption for the post at one point also suggested that Beauty and the Beast director Bill Condon should be the one to lead the project)…
Lindsay Lohan of course has suffered dramatically from various drug addictions in the past and does not really have much of a film career at the moment, but it’s always possible that Hollywood gives her a chance at redemption.
- Robert Kojder
Lindsay Lohan is on a mission to hook herself a dream role and reel in what could be a comeback film — “The Little Mermaid.” Lohan has taken to social media to let the powers that be at the studio know that she’s ready, willing and able to step in (or swim in, in this case) as Ariel in the live-action film adaptation of “Little Mermaid” when casting begins. Along with a side-by-side comparison of her and the redheaded girl from under the sea, Lohan wrote on Instagram, “I will sing again, as #ariel #thelittlemermaid” … “@disney approve that “#billcondon directs. »
- Rosemary Rossi
Back in August, Disney revealed that the studio is teaming up with Lin-Manuel Miranda and Alan Menken, who are set to write new music for the studio's The Little Mermaid remake. We haven't heard any more on the remake since then, including who will be cast, or who will serve as writer or director on this coveted project. Today we have word that actress Lindsay Lohan may be throwing her hat in the ring for the Ariel role, after a new post on Instagram this weekend.
While Lindsay Lohan doesn't specifically state that she wants the Ariel role, she posted a side-by-side picture of herself with red hair, and the redhaired animated version of Ariel. She didn't state anything else on Instagram, only using the hashtag #TheLittleMermaid. It isn't known if the script is even ready or if the studio is ready to start the auditioning process, but we don't »
Many of us had dreams of becoming a Disney princess. Lindsay Lohan really wants to make hers a reality—and revive her long-stalled acting career. Disney continues to turn its animated classics into live-action films and the actress wants in on the, well, action. "I will sing again, as #ariel #thelittlemermaid," Lohan wrote on Instagram Saturday, alongside a side-by-side pic of her and the animated mermaid princess. "@disney approve that "#billcondon directs it along with my sister @alianamusic singing the theme song for the soundtrack." "Also @kgrahamsfb plays Ursula," the actress continued, referring to a trainer and CrossFit enthusiast. "Simply »
Karl Lagerfeld Lagerfeld, a German fashion designer and artist, made it clear in an interview with WSJ Magazine in February that American politics is not his area of expertise, but he encouraged Trump critics to come around to the new president. “I’m not American,” he said, “but he’s a democratically elected president … so people have to deal with it.” Lindsay Lohan In a Facebook Live interview with the Daily Mail in February, Lohan encouraged people to “join” Donald Trump. “I think always in the public eye you’re gonna be scrutinized, and he is the president,” she said. »
- Reid Nakamura and Beatrice Verhoeven
Mischa Barton wants to keep her troubled past behind her.
On Jan. 26, People confirmed that police responded to multiple calls around 7:15 a.m. about a disturbance coming from Barton’s West Hollywood apartment. Upon arriving at her residence, officers found the actress and one house guest. According to authorities, Barton was “fully clothed” and “speaking in coherent statements” before she was transported to the hospital.
A day later, Barton, 31, revealed in an exclusive statement to People that she was was released from Cedars-Sinai Medical Center — and said that someone drugged her with Ghb while she drinking with friends the night of her birthday celebration. »
- Liz McNeil and Natalie Stone
La La Land’s singing and dancing stars Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone may be center stage in the Oscar-nominated film, but movie history buffs (and Angelenos) likely noticed another small but significant cameo right at the end when, ahem, the big thing happens. (No spoilers here.)
The Chateau Marmont, Hollywood’s most infamous hotel, makes an appearance, as the final real-life Los Angeles location featured in the film, which has been called a love letter to the city. But it’s not simply a quaint bit of nostalgia like the Rialto Theatre or Angel’s Flight.
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- Mackenzie Schmidt
Steve Francis is the new Lindsay Lohan -- 'cause he was just ordered to wear an alcohol-monitoring ankle bracelet after violating the terms of his bond. The trouble all stems from the ex-nba star's drunk driving arrest back in November -- when cops say he was driving around Houston while hammered and in possession of weed. At the time, Francis was released on bond -- and was ordered to Not drink a drop of alcohol. »
- TMZ Staff
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