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Posted at 09:31 AM ET, 03/12/2012

Lindsay Lohan-Marilyn Monroe ‘SNL’ sketch reportedly nixed; Jon Hamm is not a Kim Kardashian fan

Lindsay Lohan. (Frazer Harrison - GETTY IMAGES)
According to TMZ, Lindsay Lohan was set to play Marilyn Monroe in a “Saturday Night Live” sketch with Jon Hamm as President John F. Kennedy and Andy Samberg as presidential candidate Rick Santorum that was nixed at the last minute. Apparently the sketch, which would have shown Samberg vomiting as the pair talked about Medicare provided birth control, was cut due to time constraints. Somehow, there was still time for the terrible “dancing in the streets” skit. (TMZ)

Jon Hamm has shared his feelings about celebutantes. (Spoiler alert: He’s not a fan.) “Whether it’s Paris Hilton or Kim Kardashian or whoever, stupid is certainly celebrated,” the “Mad Men” actor told Elle. “Being [an expletive] idiot is a valuable commodity in this culture because you’re rewarded significantly.” (Daily Mail)

Michael Madsen, of “Reservoir Dogs” fame, was arrested Friday for allegedly fighting with his teenage son. He is being held on $100,000 bond. The actor’s attorney told TMZ, “[Michael] found his son smoking pot and they got in an argument when he tried to take it away. It's a family matter and Michael asks that his families privacy be respected.” (Associated Press; TMZ)

Britney Spears has reportedly turned down a $10 million offer to serve as a judge on “The X Factor.” According to The Wrap, Spears’s camp wants $20 million. (The Wrap)

Beyonce and Jay-Z take some time away from Blue, after the jump.

Beyonce and Jay-Z spent a little time away from Blue Ivy this weekend, attending a concert and a birthday party for Robin Thicke. The couple, naturally, showed off pictures of their baby girl. (Associated Press; Page Six)

Uggie will attend the White House Correspondents dinner as guest of The Washington Times. (Page Six)

Saved By the Bell” is now on Netflix, if you’re in need of a Zack Morris fix. (Tumblr)

By  |  09:31 AM ET, 03/12/2012

Categories:  Celebrities | Tags:  Lindsay Lohan, Jon Hamm, Saturday Night Live

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