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Lindsay Lohan moves home, Bruce Willis a bad guest


Oh to be a fly on the wall in this house. The New York Daily News reports that Lindsay Lohan has moved back home with Mommie Dearest, Dina. “For the past three months, that has been her home base,” a source told the paper about the actress’ living arrangement in the Long Island home where she grew up. Seems money troubles are to blame. The Internal Revenue Service seized Lindsay’s bank accounts in December, and the pad she was supposed to get in one of Donald Trump’s buildings fell through because LiLo wanted a discount, the paper adds.

Bad patch

They swore up and down that their marriage was solid while appearing in 2009 on the Fox Reality Channel show Househusbands in Hollywood, but sadly that isn’t the case anymore.

Jillian Barberie and Grant Reynolds are pulling the plug after six years of marriage, UsWeekly confirms.

The former Marine sniper turned stay-at-home dad always seemed to have issues about how the TV personality spent her money.

The former Good Day L.A. host, who was let go from her gig after two decades last fall, and her husband have two children, ages 3 and 5.

Barberie, 46, was previously wed to former MLB player Bret Barberie; Reynolds is a dead ringer for Christian Bale.

‘Hard’ times

Speaking of not such good days: Maybe he was jet-lagged and the British coffee didn’t do the trick, but Bruce Willis didn’t make any new fans during his lethargic appearance Wednesday night on BBC’s The One Show. There to promote his latest John McClane saves the day vehicle, A Good Day to Die Hard, the actor wasn’t very conversational and harped on one topic: the name. “I’m still working on it. … It’s a difficult title,” Willis said, semi-smirking. “ A Good Day to Die Hard? It’s like, have a sandwich and let’s go shopping, then Die Hard.”

Viewers lashed out on BBC’s Points of View online forum with comments such as “This was a shameful appearance.”

Health report

What’s wrong with Marilyn Manson besides the obvious? YouTube footage shows the singer keeling over Wednesday night during a concert at the TCU Place in Saskatoon, Canada. The one-time Fort Lauderdale resident was performing Beautiful People; some attendees also note that he vomited.

Mindy McReady has been committed to a rehab facility for 21 days to deal with her mental-health and alcohol-abuse issues, E! News reports. Her two young sons have been removed from their home in Arkansas.

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