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Lindsay Lohan is about to be a Hollywood mom! The actress shared that she is expecting her first child with her husband, Bader Shammas, in an Instagram announcement on Tuesday.  The Mean Girls star shared a photo of a baby’s onesie in her baby post, writing, “We are blessed and excited! 🙏🤍👶🍼.” Lindsay didn’t reveal her exact due date, but the onesie in her announcement teased, “Coming soon.”

Jimmy Kimmel would have been nicer to Tom Cruise if the Top Gun: Maverick star had shown up to the Oscars. Kimmel’s wife and executive producer, Molly McNearney, told Variety that there were different versions of the Academy Awards monologue. A “good chunk” of Kimmel praising Cruise for saving the movies was cut out. McNearney said, “Jimmy loves Tom. Tom had just been on (Jimmy Kimmel Live) the week before, and they talked about seeing each other, and Jimmy was excited to tell him that we got real Navy pilots to do the flyover at the top of the Oscars. Jimmy was really disappointed he didn’t come.”  She continued, “We had about a three-minute chunk of the monologue dedicated to Tom Cruise, honoring him and his role in reviving the movie industry. We were so disappointed when we learned a few days before the Oscars that he wouldn’t be there. Jimmy loves him and really wanted to celebrate him.” Kimmel took a stab at Cruise’s link with Scientology saying a shirtless Cruise in Top Gun Maverick was an “L. Ron hubba-hubba” after the group’s founder, L. Ron Hubbard.

A dude on Twitter learned the hard way that you don’t say bad thigs about The White Stripes’ Meg White. Former political reporter Lachlan Markay gave his thoughts on The White Stripes, tweeting “The tragedy of the White Stripes is how great they would’ve been with a half decent drummer. Yeah, yeah I’ve heard all the ‘but it’s a carefully crafted sound man!’ takes. I’m sorry Meg White was terrible and no band is better for having shi**y percussion.” Fans immediately defended White’s drumming. One Twitter user wrote “Meg White’s drumming is a Rorschach test for how you feel about women musicians. Unless you also hate all punk music, which was also basic on a technical level and that was the point and it slapped.” Another fan spoke about White’s onstage presence, writing “Onstage with the White Stripes, Meg White looked terminally nonchalant and chill while maintaining a steady backbeat and ensuring that the band’s songs never got off track. Calling what she did simple undermines the whole approach of her technique and execution.” Others told Markay to let this decades-long debate over White’s drumming go. The replies to Markay’s got so hot that he ended up changing his Twitter settings so that only followers could see his tweets.

Avenged Sevenfold have dropped a new song called “Nobody” while announcing their 8th studio album and new shows. “Nobody” is the band’s first single since 2018. Avenged Sevenfold’s upcoming album, ‘Life is But A Dream’, drops June 2nd. The band has also announced two shows; the first is June 9th at the Kia Forum in Los Angeles followed by a June 23rd show at Madison Square Garden in New York City.

Roger Daltry says there’s no point in releasing a new album from The Who after the commercial disappointment of their 2019 album ‘Who’. He told ‘NME’ “What’s the point of records? We released an album four years ago, and it did nothing. It’s a great album too, but there isn’t the interest out there for new music these days.” Daltry added “People want to hear the old music. I don’t know why, but that’s the fact.”

As one of the best-selling vinyl artists out there today, Metallica is making sure they can keep up with the demands of their fans by buying their own vinyl pressing plant. The band now owns the majority interest in Alexandria, Virginia’s Furnace Record Pressing, which is known for its high-quality records. The plant has already pressed nearly five million pieces of vinyl for Metallica since 2014. Drummer Lars Ulrich said Metallica’s excited for their new partnership, while celebrating Furnace Record Pressing’s “indie spirit and the passion they have for their craft”, adding “culturally we’re kindred souls.”

Avril Lavigne had to deal with a topless protester who rushed the stage while she was introducing a performance at the 2023 Juno Awards on Monday (March 13) in Edmonton, Canada. As Avril was introducing AP Dhillon, a woman joined her on stage and threw off her shirt. Wearing pink pants and a matching bandana, the stage crasher left her chest nearly totally exposed, with only a pair of pasties covering her. After ignoring the woman, Avril turned and told her off. “Get the f-ck off,” she said. “Get the f-ck off, b-tch.” It appears she was protesting a development plan in Ontario. She had phrases such as “Save the Green Belt” written on her. According to Billboard, Avril referenced the viral moment when she returned to the stage to claim the Fan Choice Award. “Now, nobody try anything this time. I’ll f-ck a b-tch up,” she said. Marvel star Simon Liu, who hosted the show, praised Lavigne for “handling that topless lady like a champion.” The Weeknd won five awards and bring his total of Juno Awards to 22, which puts him in second place on the all-time Juno leaderboard.

Netflix’s doc on Pornhub will premiere tomorrow March 15th. ‘Money Shot’ will look at the history of the internet’s most famous adult entertainment platform, its controversies and backlash. Netflix writes “As anti-trafficking organizations seek justice for victims, can the online giant protect those from whom they profit, or is this a new wave of censorship for adult performers making consensual porn?” Director Suzanne Hillinger said “This documentary requires us to grapple with what sexuality and consent means when billion-dollar internet platforms thrive on user-generated content.”

You know the scene in “Back to the Future” when Michael J. Fox plays Chuck Berry’s “Johnny B. Goode”?  Well, Chris Martin from Coldplay told Michael it inspired his guitar playing.

In an interview with “Entertainment Weekly”, Michael said, quote, “What a great compliment that is,” about influencing Chris.

He also said when he filmed the scene, he was finger-syncing to the track because he had previously recorded it . . . and that it wasn’t that hard because he already knew the fundamentals of guitar playing.

Michael has a documentary coming out called “Still: A Michael J. Fox Movie”.  It hits Apple TV+ on May 12th. (EW)

A trailer dropped yesterday for a German movie where a guy is trapped in a port-a-potty on a construction site where a demolition is about to take place.  The movie has a two-word title, and the first word is “Holy”.  You can figure out the rest.  (Full Story)

In the battle between dragons and not-zombies, the Infected have prevailed.

The Last of Us season one finale was seen by 8.2 million night-off viewers across all platforms (HBO or HBO Max), making it the show’s most-watched episode to date even though it aired at the same time as the Academy Awards. The first six episodes of The Last of Us are now averaging 30.4 million viewers, with the premiere nearly at 40 million viewers. Those are even bigger numbers than the spin-off to HBO’s most successful show ever:

The 30.4 million figure, should it hold as more returns come in on the final three episodes, would mean that The Last of Us is bigger than House of the Dragon, which averaged 29 million cross-platform viewers over the course of its run in the late summer and fall of 2022.

The Last of Us is bringing in more eyeballs than House of the Dragon but it has a long way to go to catch up to Game of Thrones.

The “cumulative audience of 30.4 million is the biggest for any HBO series since the final season of Game of Thrones averaged better than 44 million viewers in 2019,”

Some of your favorite celebrities have disturbing links to SERIAL KILLERS.  Buzzfeed put together a list.  Here are some highlights:

  1. Ashton Kutcher and Michael “The Hollywood Ripper” Gargiulo:  In 2001, Ashton was supposed to go on a date with a woman, but when he showed up at her house, she didn’t answer the door.

He peeked through a window and saw what he thought were wine stains on the carpet, and left.  Turns out they were blood stains.  The woman had been murdered by Gargiulo, and Ashton testified at his trial.

  1. Debbie Harry and Ted Bundy:  Debbie claims she accepted a ride from Bundy back in the ’70s, then had to jump out of his moving VW Bug when she realized he was up to no good.

Not everyone believes her story, but she’s sticking to it.

  1. Woody Harrelson and Charles Harrelson:  Woody’s father Charles was a hitman who was involved in dozens of murders.  He even claimed he killed JFK.  Woody eventually developed a guarded relationship with his dad in prison.
  2.  Chris Farley and Ed Gein:  Farley grew up in view of the Mendota Mental Health Institute in Wisconsin.  By that time, it was home to Ed Gein, the maniac who inspired both “Psycho” and “The Texas Chain Saw Massacre”.

As a kid, Chris was worried Gein or one of the other psychos would escape and break into their home.

  1. Beach Boy Dennis Wilson and Charles Manson:  Wilson became friends with Manson when he was an aspiring singer-songwriter.  The Beach Boys even recorded one of his songs, “Never Learn Not to Love”.

Wilson later caught on that Manson was dangerous, and abandoned his own home to cut ties with him . . . because members of Manson’s cult were living there. (Check out the rest of the list here.)