The cover of the highly anticipated issue leaked early and we have already seen a behind the scenes shot of Lindsay Lohan dressed only in a silk dressing gown on the set of the shoot. But now the men’s magazine has released the first shot of the actress from the inside spread – and it is clear Lindsay is channelling her inner blonde bombshell. The 24-year-old actress is seen reclining with her white blonde hair tumbling over her shoulders, her arm raised above her head.
Yestersay a snap showing Lindsay on the set of the photoshoot was revealed.
The Mean Girls actress was captured before the airbrush, clutching a cigarette and teasing onlookers as her dressing gown gaped open.
With her Marilyn Monroe locks cascading down her shoulders, LiLo clearly looks striking – but there is something uncomfortable about the image; a little girl lost beneath lashings of red lipstick and a confused expression.
The picture highlights just how petite Lohan is, with her super slender legs poking out beneath the hemline and thighs the same width as her calves.
LiLo’s issue was due to be released in January, but Playboy founder Hugh Hefner has now revealed it may be available next week.
Taking to Twitter, Hefner said: ‘Because of the interest and the internet leak, we’re releasing the Lindsay Lohan issue early. Lindsay Lohan was the top search name on the internet yesterday. Hot Hot Hot.’
Lindsay received a reported $1million to bare all in the men’s magazine.
Meanwhile, further drama has unfolded for Lohan after her handbag was stolen yesterday in Hawaii.
Hours later the Chanel handbag was returned, but it was said to be $10,000 lighter than when it went missing. The 25-year-old jetted off to the island paradise to take a break from her community service stint at the Los Angeles County morgue, after first getting permission to travel from her probation officer. Lindsay’s spokesman, Steve Honig, has confirmed to the Mail Online that the star’s purse was indeed stolen and has now been returned.
Lohan claims that the items were stolen from the white convertible Jeep that she has been driving around the island during her stay.
According to TMZ, the bag contained her passport, probation paperwork giving her permission to be in the islands and $10,000 cash.
Lindsay Lohan‘s Playboy cover was leaked online Wednesday, revealing a shot of the actress channeling a mix of Marilyn Monroe and Jessica Rabbit.
The photograph shows Lohan with long blonde tresses cascading down her shoulders while her nude figure straddles a bright red Playboy logo — strategically covering her sensitive areas.
The cover shot, posted on The Insider website, was not set to be revealed until Lohan’s interview on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” December 15.
In what will be her first television interview since her latest stint in jail for violating her probation — this time for stealing a necklace from a Los Angeles boutique — Lohan, 25, is expected to promote her pictorial in the January/February issue of the men’s magazine in her chat with DeGeneres.
The issue will go on sale in late December.
The “Mean Girls” star initially posed for the racy shots in late October but later had to re-shoot the pictures after Playboy founder Hugh Hefner complained about the photos.
The troubled starlet is rumored to have earned $1 million for stripping down, providing some much-needed cash as her legal woes and struggles with substance abuse have made it difficult for her to book any acting gigs.
Is Courtney Love the answer to Lindsay Lohan’s problems?
The Hole frontwoman thinks so.
Love, who says she’s been sober since 2007, has stepped in to mentor Lohan “because nobody else will,” the Daily Mail reports she told Details.
“She’s further down the line than I was, because there was no TMZ then,” Love added.
Earlier this year, the 47-year-old told The Fix that she’s helped Lohan through legal battles in the past, adding, it’s not uncommon for troubled celebrities to look to her for advice.
“It wasn’t that long ago when Kim Stewart was screaming, ‘Courtney, what are we going to do? Kelly Osbourne is blue on the floor!’ she said. “For some reason, Kim Stewart also called me when Paris Hilton got pulled over for her last DUI. … What am I, a junkie Auntie Mame?”
Love might be hoping to boost her image as Lohan’s mentor.
“I’ve been maligned as this drug freak for years, and I’m getting tired of it,” Love reportedly said. “That’s not the way I live anymore. Obviously I’ve had a lot of issues, but that was years ago! Since then, I’ve worked really hard to get myself together, but for some reason I’ve remained a punch line.”
A hopeful plea from the woman who flashed a crowd at the SWU Music & Arts Festival in São Paulo, Brazil, earlier this month.
Lindsay Lohan may soon be headed to jail, but she’s willing to do whatever it takes to party during her final days of freedom.
The New York Post reports the troubled actress, 25, crashed her way into an after party for the premiere of Leonardo DiCaprio‘s new flick, J. Edgar, Thursday in Los Angeles, and caused such a scene that other celeb guests felt “uncomfortable.”
Though the Mean Girls star insisted she had an invite to the bash, she argued with security at length and dropped multiple celebrities’ names in an effort to get inside. The paper cites one source who heard the actress tell security “I have to go and see Leo.”
“Eventually they let her in, but she made everybody uncomfortable,” the source told The Post. “She was aggressive and random, storming around. She tried to get to Leo, but he was surrounded by his security and a posse of his friends. Clint [Eastwood] and Leo and Dustin Lance Black were talking, and Lindsay sent one of her aides over, demanding to get a photo with them, but security shooed them away.”
Lohan’s late-night exploits will soon have to be put on hold, as the star has until Wednesday to turn herself in to authorities to begin a 30-day jail sentence.
Sentenced Wednesday by judge Stephanie Sautner, Lohan — who shot a series of “tastefully done” photographs for Playboy earlier this week — waived her right to a hearing for violating her probation and agreed to new terms set forth by the L.A. County judge.
This time around, the actress is ineligible for house arrest or electronic monitoring, but will avoid serving an additional 270 days in jail if she performs 12 days of community service and attends four psychotherapy sessions before December 14.
Is Lindsay Lohan flashing those newly pearly whites, and possibly a little bit more, at the camera right this second?
The embattled starlet is taking part in a top-secret photo shoot today and tomorrow and E! News is hearing whispers that it’s for a spread in an upcoming issue of Playboy.
Hey, it worked for one of Lohan’s idols, Marilyn Monroe. But would she dare to go all-the-way bare?
Well, that would be something, wouldn’t it?
Lohan was spotted heading into a Beverly Hills mansion, purportedly the scene of the photo shoot, earlier today. And a source tells E! News that it was for a non-nude (sorry, folks!) layout for the January issue.
But at this point, her rep, Steve Honig, isn’t ready to admit that Lohan is playing ball for Playboy —but he’s not denying it either.
“I can neither confirm nor deny at this time,” Honig tells E! News. Lohan herself didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment.
“We don’t comment on rumors about who may or may not be posing for the magazine…if anything changes, I’ll be sure to let you know,” added a rep for Playboy.
Meanwhile, a source close to Lohan is under the impression that the L.A. County morgue’s most famous volunteer is collecting a pretty fat paycheck for her posing services.
Lindsay Lohan is suing Pitbull for using her name in the song “Give Me Everything,” and the rapper has responded in a surprising way – with an invitation to the VMAs!
Pitbull addresses the lawsuit in a video posted to his website, Planet Pit. In it, the star says he was “very surprised” to find out about the legal action being taken against him, which he first assumed was some type of joke. But interestingly, the rapper isn’t bitter. Pitbull tells the interviewer that he “supports” La Lohan’s career.
Pitbull also clarifies the lyrics to his song. He says the song goes, “Got it locked up like Lindsay Lohan” not “locked up like Lindsay Lohan.” The former would imply that she’s in control, while the latter would be referencing her jail stint.
Pitbull adds that the hit song would, if anything, “help someone’s career,” rather than hurt them. “We mention people’s names all the time,” he points out. The rapper also notes that he finds the lawsuit ironic, considering the “positive” nature of the song and his album.
Pitbull will be performing the song at the VMAs, and “extends an invitation” to Lindsay, saying “hopefully she can come with me… and we can figure this out.”
However, it doesn’t seem like Linds is taking the olive branch. A rep for Lohan tells CNN, “We’re not going to respond to this publicity stunt. You can quote me.”
The rapper may have anticipated Lindsay’s attitude. He says of the suit, “The next step is up to the attorneys, the judges, the courts.”