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Is Lindsayheading back to herold ways?

 

Is Lindsay Lohan back to her bad habits after rehab? Maybe, according to Radaronline.com

The website reveals that the actress, 27, was spotted and photographed with old friend British socialite Lady Victoria Hervey in New York City. Allegedly, the sight of the two together is throwing Lohan’s “inner circle” into fits.

“This is terrible news and so bad for Lindsay’s sobriety,” a source close to Lohan told Radar. “It’s a really bad sign. Anyone in recovery knows when you hang around with the same old people that you used with before it will sidetrack your entire life.”

Time will tell.

Baby news

Carson Daly is about to become a dad for the third time, Us Weekly reports.

The Voice host and Today Show correspondent announced on The Tonight Show that his food blogger fiancee Siri Pinter is pregnant with the couple's third child. They’re parents to son Jack, 5, and daughter Etta Jones, 19 months.

“For years my mom was like, ‘When are you going to have a kid?’ And now she's like, ‘Slow down!’ ” Daly told Jimmy Fallon.

Elsa Pataky has revealed the names of her twin sons with Thor star Chris Hemsworth on her Instagram account, reports People.com. “You are home! Tristan and Sasha came to this world on [Tuesday,] March 18 just after [the] full moon. Complete happiness,” she writes.

Guest judge

Robin Roberts is taking on some night work as a guest judge on ABC’s Dancing With the Stars.

The Good Morning America anchor will appear on the show next Monday alongside the regular panelists. She’s the first of several guest judges scheduled this season, including Ricky Martin and Redfoo from the band LMFAO.

Postponed

Entertainer Flavor Flav must return to his native New York at least one more time to answer charges stemming from his arrest as he raced to his mother’s funeral.

Police say the rapper and reality TV star was speeding and driving without a license, a felony, on Jan. 9 on the Meadowbrook Parkway on Long Island.

Flav, whose real name is William Drayton, told reporters as he entered a Nassau County courtroom on Tuesday that he hoped to resolve the case. Drayton, who lives in Las Vegas, grumbled that flights from there to New York were becoming expensive. The case was postponed to May 16.

Drayton also faces felony assault and other charges in Las Vegas after allegedly threatening his longtime girlfriend’s teenage son.

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