A mix of the morning’s entertainment headlines...
Lindsay Lohan posted bail Wednesday after having her probation revoked at a hearing. A rep for the actress said Lohan hopes the court will reinstate her probation at a Nov. 2 hearing and allow her to continue fulfilling her community service.
While the actress hasn’t personally responded to the latest legal drama, sources tell TMZ that Lohan is not mad at Judge Sautner for her ruling. This time she is really going to fulfill her obligations by beginning her work at the L.A. County Morgue today. (TMZ)
Meanwhile, people are seriously concerned about the amount of blush she wore to court. (Us Weekly) And Lohan’s father is still blabbing about her in public, this time saying she’s either smoking “crack of meth.” Keep it classy, Michael! (Radar)
John Singleton, the Oscar nominated director, has sued Paramount Pictures after he claims the studio failed to finance two films of his choice in exchange for the rights to “Hustle and Flow.” (BBC)
Rihanna ’s new video, “We Found Love,” aka the one that got her kicked out of an Irish farmer’s field, has been released. The story is about a tumultuous relationship, so cue the Chris Brown comparisons. (Who Say Rihanna)
Carla Bruni and French President Nicolas Sarkozy welcomed a daughter Wednesday. (Reliable Source)
Adam Levine has a request for a cable news network: “Dear Fox News, don't play our music on your evil [expletive] channel ever again. Thank you.” (@AdamLevine)
“Happy Days” cast members have suffered a setback in their lawsuit against CBS. (CNN)
Talk Lindsay’s latest legal drama, Ashton and Demi and much more with Celebritology’s Jen Chaney today at 2 p.m.
Amy Sedaris is coming to a TV screen near you and more, after the jump.
A new animated poster for Daniel Radcliffe’s “The Woman in Black” is appropriately creepy, kind of like the moving pictures from “Harry Potter.” (EW)
BREAKING: Nicole Richie got a haircut. (People)