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TERESA'S TABLOID TRASH 4/21/14
by Teresa Maxwell,posted Apr 21 2014 9:27AM
On the finale of her reality show last night, LINDSAY LOHAN revealed that she suffered a MISCARRIAGE during filming. She didn't say who the father was. But she said, quote, "No one knows this, I had a miscarriage for those two weeks that I took off. It's a very long story, but that's why on the show when it says she doesn't want to come down, I couldn't move, I was sick. Mentally, that messes with you."
Miley Cyrus is letting fans know she's on her way to recovery. The pop star has been confined to a bed since last week after having to cancel the rest of her U.S. "Bangerz" tour due to a "severe allergic reaction" to antibiotics. But the 21-year-old is keeping her over 17-million Twitter followers up to date, saying she spent her first night "sleeping all the way through by [herself]" over the weekend. She also wished fans a happy Easter from her hospital bed on Sunday, adding that she was also disappointed to be missing out on another holiday -- "4-20." The singer, who has been open about her use of marijuana in the past, assured fans she was "in bed, crying and NOT stoned" this year.
Miley has rescheduled cancelled tour dates in Uniondale, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Charlotte, Nashville, Louisville, St. Louis, Kansas City and Chicago, and will be returning in early August. A European tour is on the books for the months of May and June.
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The call for Justin Bieber's deportation isn't on the White House's list of priorities. Its refusing to comment on the issue, which was brought up earlier this year when almost 275-thousand citizens signed a petition on WhiteHouse.gov's "We The People" asking to revoke the Canadian pop star's green card. The White House has released its official statement starting with the sentence, "Sorry to disappoint, but we won't be commenting on this one." It cites the petition's terms of participation, and its right to decline comment "to avoid the appearance of improper influence."
RUBIN CARTER . . . the boxer whose wrongful incarceration inspired BOB DYLAN'S song "Hurricane" has died. He was 76, and had been battling prostate cancer. DENZEL WASHINGTON scored an Oscar nomination for playing him in the 1999 movie,"Hurricane". Washington released a statement Sunday saying "God bless Rubin Carter and his tireless fight to ensure justice for all." Carter spent nearly two decades in prison for murder, but was released after it was determined he did not receive a fair trial.
Word has it GWEN STEFANI will take CHRISTINA AGUILERA'S seat on "The Voice" next season. Christina is currently pregnant with her second child. No official announcement has been made.
"Captain America: The Winter Soldier" was #1 at the box office for a third straight week, earning $26.6 million over Easter weekend.
The GREG KINNEAR movie "Heaven is for Real" made $21.5 million in 3rd place . . . butJOHNNY DEPP had another disappointing showing with his sci-fi movie "Transcendence" earning just $11.2 million in 4th place.