Lindsay Lohan pulled out all the stops to get to her latest court date in Los Angeles on Sunday after last-minute jitters kept her from taking a scheduled flight from New York, according to E! News. Lohan reportedly backed out of the flight because she was set to travel alone, which she generally doesn't do. Some late-in-the-game scrambling resulted in the actress gaining access to a private jet to carry her and two friends across the country early Monday morning, putting her in L.A. just an hour before her scheduled court appearance.
George Clooney and Stacy Keibler stepped out hand-in-hand for dinner in Berlin this weekend amid rumors that the couple's relationship is in trouble, according to E! News. Clooney and Keibler were dressed casually and were joined by Matt Damon after dinner at Soho House. Clooney is in the German capital filming "The Monuments Men."
Gwyneth Paltrow has been considering having a third child, but one very traumatic experience from the last time she and husband Chris Martin tried — which resulted in a miscarriage, she reveals — is giving her pause. "My children ask me to have a baby all the time. And you never know, I could squeeze one more in. I am missing my third. I'm thinking about it," the mother of two tells the Mail on Sunday's You magazine. "But I had a really bad experience when I was pregnant with my third. It didn't work out and I nearly died. So I am like, 'Are we good here or should we go back and try again?'"
Madonna used an appearance at the GLAAD Awards this weekend to take some shots at the Boy Scouts of America, which continues to ban gay members and troop leaders. The outspoken singer showed up at the event dressed in a Cub Scout uniform to present an award to Anderson Cooper. "I wanted to be a Boy Scout, but they wouldn't let me in. I think that's f—ed up. I can build a fire. I know how to pitch a tent," Madonna said from the stage. "Most importantly I know how to scout for boys. So, I think I should be allowed to be a Boy Scout and they should change their stupid rules."
"Twilight" creator Stephenie Meyer admits she feels some guilt for the circus the lives of stars Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson have become. "If they had the choice, I've no idea if they'd even do 'Twilight' again. I just don't know. I think this has all come at a heavy price," Meyer tells Britain's The Times magazine. "I just don't think they enjoy the parts [of fame] that other people would. And I totally get that, because it would not be my thing either. At the same time — and this is where the guilt comes from — it's created this nice, peaceful place for me. They took all of my heat, which I feel bad about."