Fonda Hates Lohan, Lilo Loves Best
Looks like Dina Lohan’s foray into red carpet reporting isn’t going so well…
As mentioned yesterday, Dina Lohan was hired by Entertainment Tonight to work the carpet at the Georgia Rule premiere in NYC and as usual, she stupidly pimped out her kid with extremely embarrassing consequences.
So having been in the trenches before myself – reporting on a carpet is harder than you think. First of all, you’re jostling for position. Crews are smashed together, all of them hoping for an exclusive soundbite or 10 more seconds than the next person, which is the key – you don’t get much time, if you’re lucky enough to get time. Maximum 2 questions, if you’re lucky, if they like you, you might get 3. And of course there’s always the fear that you won’t get anything in which case you face the wrath of a producer who was banking 90 seconds on tomorrow’s show with you bringing back an empty tape… it’s a LOT of pressure.
Still… given that she’s Lindsay’s mother, Dina automatically had a distinct advantage. But of course she pissed it all away, wasting two of her questions during her interview with the legendary Jane Fonda, a diva in her own right, on her daughter instead of focusing solely on…JANE FOND!!!
First: “So what was it like working with my daughter?”
Now remember, Jane Fonda did not mince words last year when Lilo was screwing up that set – we all know she’s not exactly a fan. Needless to say, she did not take kindly to the question. Nor did she feel any better about the follow-up:
"It"s so hard for young stars today with the paparazzi and press - do you have any advice for my daughter?"
Who the f&ck cares about your daughter, bitch???
But the best…the best was Jane’s response:
"If you screw it up now, you don"t get another chance!"
Anyway, here are mother and daughter flanking Lilo’s recycled love interest Calum Best who inexplicably turned up to support her. The two apparently couldn’t keep their hands off each other last night at the Nylon Magazine party. He is SO not attractive. But these days, I guess, neither is she.
And especially not at Letterman earlier in the afternoon. Lines on her neck already and only 20. And when she figures it out – if ever – it’ll be way, way, way too late.
Well done Dina…