Lindsay Lohan says she’s “clean and sober” and ready to get back to work. But is she for real this time?
In a taped “Today” interview set to air — wait for it — today, the “Mean Girls” actress insisted the party scene is “not my thing anymore,” adding that a recent night out with a pal “just wasn’t fun for me. I’ve become more of a homebody, and I like that.”
As she puts her probation days behind her — barring any fresh brush with the law — the starlet acknowledges, “I still need to go through the process of proving myself” to the industry to rebuild her career. She’ll get her first couple of chances hosting “Saturday Night Live” this weekend and appearing in a TV movie as the late Elizabeth Taylor.
So, is she really on the straight and narrow ... or is she as good an actress as we always thought she was?
Violet and Seraphina Affleck have a little brother! Their mom and dad, Jennifer Garner and Ben Affleck, welcomed a son they named Samuel Garner Affleck on Monday in Santa Monica, reports People.
The actress, whose three children are three years apart in age, had admitted that she knew the baby’s sex, but was keeping it mum. (Get it? Mum? See what we did there?!)
Well, this is certainly happy news for the low-profile celeb parents. Now Ben has realized his dream of having a son to take to Red Sox games! And Jen has a son to take to ... er, well, presumably the farmers market, since that seems to be the only place she ever goes.
Sexy siren Megan Fox is a true romantic who dreams of being a mom, it turns out.
The actress gushed to Cosmopolitan about meeting now-husband Brian Austin Green when she was just 18 years old, and eventually realizing he was her “soul mate.”
“I didn’t know who he was. I was too young for ‘Beverly Hills 90210,’” recalled the “Transformers” star. “But the first time I saw him, I got butterflies.”
Married since 2010 after a six-year on-off courtship, Megan gushes, “We’ve had obstacles, and we’ve overcome them. I don’t want to sound corny, but I do believe that we are destined to live this part of our lives together.”
Adds the stepmom of Kassius, 9, “I want at least two, probably three [kids]. I’ve always been maternal.”
Well, no doubt she’ll be one Fox-y mama! (Get it? Fox-y mama? See what we did there, again?!)