People who actually knew Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton never called them Liz and Dick. The late actors abhorred the tabloid shorthand. They nicknamed each other Lumpy (referring to her body) and Pockmark (referring to his face). Acquaintances addressed them as Richard and Elizabeth. Otherwise, it was Mr. Burton and Ms. Taylor, thank you.
It's the battle of the biopics!
Last fall, Lifetimes premiered Lindsay Lohan's "comeback" film Liz & Dick, chronicling Elizabeth Taylor's romance with Richard Burton. Now BBC has responded with its own version of the couple's tumultuous relationship, Burton and Taylor. So is the latest take on the infamous couple actually any better than the Lifetime bomb? Let's take a look:
Don't expect much family drama on Lindsay Lohan's upcoming reality show.
Dina and Michael Lohan have been banned from participating on the series by producers, TMZ reports.
Lindsay Lohan channeled her inner Regina George for a surprise appearance on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon Thursday night.
Jimmy Fallon and LiLo played young tween stars of a fake TeenNick show Ew. "I'm Sara," Fallon said wearing a blonde wig, "and if you're wondering, that's S-A-R-A. No H, because H's are ew!"
Dina Lohan was arrested and charged with DWI Thursday night, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
Lohan was pulled over at approximately 11 p.m. after the New York State Police noticed her going 77 mph in a 55-mph zone on the Northern State Parkway on Long Island, police said in a statement. Lohan appeared intoxicated and blew a .20 blood alcohol level, more than twice the legal limit of .08. She was arrested on charges of DWI and aggravated DWI.