Lindsay Lohan didn't make it back to Los Angeles in time for her much-anticipated appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, but did make sure to get back to party at a Jay-Z concert.
TMZ reported on Wednesday that Lohan missed an early flight from Hawaii to California for her scheduled taping of the Ellen show to discuss her Playboy pictorial spread, but was seen partying at a Jay-Z concert later that night.
The appearance on DeGeneres' show was billed as her only public interview about her Playboy spread, but a Lohan representative told E! News that the 25-year old actress got busy and couldn't make the appearance.
Lindsay had a travel-related issue arise that took a few hours to sort out, Steve Honig said. It has been resolved and she will be back in Los Angeles in time for her court appearance.
But Lohan didn't even bother to call or apologize to DeGeneres for her missed appearance. The show was forced to scramble and bring in Michael Jackson's daughter, Paris, to discuss her upcoming movie Lundon's Bridge and the Three Keys.
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LiLo had to return to Los Angeles for a scheduled court appearance for stealing a necklace from a Los Angeles-area jewelry store. The oft-troubled actress has been in and out of jail recently, but TMZ reports that she has worked hard at her community service work with a morgue and has actually logged more than the minimum hours of service.
That type of good behavior could solidify the veracity of the comments that Lohan made in her Playboy interview.
My stubbornness at 18 and 19-years-old got in the way, Lohan said. During the past five years, I've learned that time flies faster than you think, and because you only live once you have to learn from your mistakes, live your dreams and be accountable.
Lohan has been one of the most talked about celebrities after her Playboy photo spread leaked on the Internet. The Marilyn Monroe inspired pictures were leaked onto the Internet last Friday by a Russian hacker and quickly became one of the hottest search terms in the world.
The untimely leak forced Playboy head honcho Hugh Hefner to push ahead the intended release date of the January/February Playboy issue. Hefner tweeted that the issue could be released sometime this week.