There might be hope for the publishing industry yet, as Lindsay Lohan "held meetings at major publishing houses in London recently" to discuss a salacious tell-all book, according to the Sun. "The stories she promised the literary agents made their jaws drop. She's prepared to put everything out there, and has already proved she's not shy with the list of men she claims to have slept with," a source teases. But here's the thing: How can she be prepared to put everything out there when she's already, you know, put everything out there. Lohan is not exactly an enigma wrapped in a mystery wrapped in a Passages Malibu sweatshirt. The real surprise of this book — should it ever actually materialize — will be what new information about her life she could possibly divulge. But hey, more power to you, Lindsay. Oh, and she's apparently got some pretty lofty goals as far as ghost writers go: "It may seem unlikely, but she thinks she's in with a shot at getting ['50 Shades of Grey' author] E.L. James to work on it," the source says. "Another pie in the sky idea was that she might persuade J.K. Rowling to work with her." Now that I'd pay good money to see.
E! News dishing on teenagers now
It was bound to happen sooner or later —it's sooner, as it turns out — but here's a gossip item about the romantic life of Brooklyn Beckham, the 15-year-old son of David and Victoria Beckham. Beckham the Younger has reportedly called things off with his first girlfriend in order to spend more time with 17-year-old "Carrie" star Chloe Grace Moretz. "He broke up with her just a few weeks ago, right before she was set to take him to prom," a source tells E! News. E! News, as it turns out, apparently has sources at all the best private schools. "Photos surfaced of Brooklyn hanging out with Chloe in Los Angeles, and then all of a sudden he told his girlfriend that he couldn't make it to prom after all." Up next, E! has an exclusive story on the totally mean thing Sydney said about you in Honors Bio. Can you believe it?
Jay-Z and Beyonce: Which will end first, the tour or the marriage?
More rumors of marital trouble for Jay-Z and Beyonce are swirling, this time with sources suggesting the couple's union might not last as long as their current concert tour. "I'm definitely not sure that they'll make it to Paris," a source tells Page Six, referring to their On the Run tour's planned finally in September. "They're not just staying in different hotel rooms, but they have booked separate hotels and they arrive separately to each show." The couple reportedly held an emergency meeting last week with concert promoter Live Nation and at least four lawyers to figure out how to keep the tour on track despite their imploding marriage.
Anna Paquin spells it out for bi-curious Larry King
Sometimes you have to tell Larry King something multiple times for it to sink in. Take, for example, "True Blood" star Anna Paquin's sexuality. During a recent interview, King peppered Paquin with some rather direct questions, starting with, "Are you a non-practicing bisexual?" To which the ever-patient Paquin responded, "Well, I am married to my husband [Stephen Moyer], and we are happily, monogamously married." King wouldn't let it rest there, though, and followed up with: "But you were bisexual?" OK, Larry. Here goes: "I don't think it's a past tense thing," Paquin patiently explained. "Are you still straight if you are with somebody? If you were to break up with them or if they were to die, it doesn't prevent your sexuality from existing. It doesn't work like that." All in good fun, right? Until King finally ended that section of the discussion with a creepy aside that he'd "stop with wishful thinking."