The Word: Lindsay Lohan mocks Kristen Stewart on ‘Chelsea Lately’

Actress Lindsay Lohan./ Reuters
Lindsay Lohan hasn’t let her checkered past keep her from throwing stones. Credit: Reuters

Fresh out of rehab, Lindsay Lohan is guest hosting “Chelsea Lately” tonight, according to Entertainment Weekly. (That’s the little known 13th step.)

Despite her own years of troubles, the actress doesn’t hesitate to take playful swings at other celebs: After a story about Kristen Stewart blowing up at the paparazzi, Lohan joked, “I’m just excited that Kristen Stewart finally showed some emotion.”

Classic Lohan burn! She’s been in rehab for a while, so she probably doesn’t know that’s a somewhat tired Kristen Stewart joke. Lindsay quickly clarified, “No, I love her, I’m a Kristen Stewart fan.” She added, “Of course she hates photographers. You know they caught a picture of her kissing a married man in a Mini Cooper.”

She who lives in a house made of much, much more incriminating photographs shouldn’t throw stones, Lindsay.

Rumors surfaced recently that Lohan was being considered for a role in Ben Affleck’s upcoming film “Live By Night.” However, a source on the production denies that the role has been cast — and says there’s no way Lohan will land it.

“It’s not true,” the source told Us Weekly. “First off, no one has been cast. [Lohan] will not be cast in any role in the movie. She is not being considered for any role in the movie. She won’t be in the movie.”


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