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Charlie Sheen is finally speaking out about those rumors of diva-esque behavior on the part of Lindsay Lohan during her guest shot on Anger Management recently.
When asked by Jay Leno on The Tonight Show Wednesday whether LiLo was repeatedly late to work and caused production delays, as the tabloids reported, the erstwhile Warlock cleared the air.
“Not on day one,” Sheen answered. “Day one was fabulous. She was on time. Hit every mark. Made us look off our game, which we weren’t.”
But then came day two, which Charlie admitted didn’t go nearly as smoothly.
“It was as though she had us held hostage because she gave us half the show,” he said. “No, she had an ‘ear ache’”— Sheen does some air quotes here—”and was a little bit…four hours late. No, she was a couple of hours late. She was really not feeling well. We just worked around it.”
After a brief pause, Sheen added with a laugh: “She was late, what can I say!”
As for reports that Lohan left while wearing bracelets from the set (celeb watchers were quick to reference her 2011 pilfering of a $2,500 necklace from a Venice, Calif. jewelry store), the thesp said the troubled starlet had set the record straight herself.
“It’s true but it’s not true. Nothing further your honor,” he quipped, then noted, “She borrowed some stuff and then was told they would take it out of her paycheck, and she said fine and that’s all it was.”
Both Sheen and Lohan are scheduled to attend tonight’s Hollywood premiere of their new flick, Scary Movie 5, though a source tells E! News they’ll walk the red carpet separately.
Source: E Online
Lindsay Lohan may have made it to the Scary Movie 5 premiere red carpet last night (30 minutes late), but she skipped the afterparty at Hollywood hot spot Lure.
E! News has learned that the 26-year-old actress stopped by a meeting at a nearby hotel before hitting the road with friends to drive to the Coachella music festival, which starts today outside of Palm Springs. Lohan and her group made it to Indio, Calif., where they are staying for the weekend, late last night.
“She had a really great time at the premiere last night,” a source close to LiLo tells E! News. “She received a lot of fan gifts and went through the letters last night.”
Regarding Coachella this weekend, Lohan is telling her close friends that she plans on keeping things clean and sober in preparation for her admittance into a rehab facility on May 2. A second source confirms that she plans on, “having a healthy fun time at Coachella.”
As for why LiLo was late to the premiere? Lohan was having problems getting red carpet ready because the original dress she had wanted to wear was left back in NYC by accident and her stylist had to find a backup dress. “The Dolce dress she wore arrived at around 6:50 p.m. and she put it on a little after 7:00 and bounded out the door,” a source tells us. “Traffic was jammed and she arrived at the red carpet at 7:42 p.m.. The dress was 100 percent why she was late.”
“At the end of the day she was very happy with the dress choice,” a source dished.
We’re also told her red carpet reunion with pal Charlie Sheen involved no drama regarding what the Anger Management actor said during his recent visit to the Late Show.
A source says, “There is absolutely no hard feelings with Charlie at all.”
Source: E Online
Charlie Sheen has recently helped out Lindsay Lohan with finances and job opportunities. Lohan has now returned the favor by giving Sheen’s “Anger Management” a little boost.
Lohan’s guest shot on the FX comedy pulled in more than 1.25 million viewers, a 22% increase over last week’s installment. The episode attracted 705,000 viewers in the 18-49 demographic, a 35% increase over last week.
The comedy, which stars Sheen as an anger management therapist, has a weekly average of about 1.2 million viewers.
The troubled actress, who is scheduled to start a 90-day rehab stint on May 2, played herself as a patient on the show.
On “The Tonight Show With Jay Leno” this week, Sheen said that Lohan was on time and knew her lines perfectly on the first day, but the second day was more problematic because she was several hours late. He joked that she held the show “hostage.”
The turnout for the “Anger Management” episode is particularly good news for Lohan, showing she still has some drawing power following her turn late last year as Liz Taylor in the Lifetime movie “Liz & Dick,” which drew scorching reviews and disappointing ratings.
Source: LA Times