Lindsay Lohan Was Three Hours Late To The Set Of Glee
Apr 27, 2012 11:24
Lindsay Lohan appeared on the set of Glee today for her small part of it in the hit tv series. And wow, so hardworking you say? To think she'd actually show up for work! Could this be a change of leaf? She claims she's a completely changed young woman, who's laser focused on her career. TMZ says that this brand new Lindsay just demonstrated the old Lindsay.
Lindsay Lohan was late this morning for her guest appearance on “Glee” … following a night out on the town. Coincidence? Dot Marie Jones — who plays Coach Beiste on the show — tweeted, “Gonna be a long day!! Some ppl show up late and just throw a wrench in things. Not cool! I’d rather be an hour early (I was) than 5 minutes late!” Dot didn’t say who was late, but we’ve confirmed the person MIA was LiLo.
Then E! says that Lindsay was a pain in the ass with no respect for anyone during her second day on the set.
Sources on set have given us exclusive details of Lindsay’s guest appearance yesterday, including that the troubled actress was indeed “incredibly late,” and production had to send a car to the Chateau Marmont hotel in Hollywood to pick her up and bring her to set. “Lindsay was a total nightmare yesterday,” says one (clearly less than thrilled) source on the Glee set. “She was three hours late in the morning, and when she did finally arrive, she just didn’t want to be there. She did not want to work. She had not memorized her lines, and she kept disappearing so no one could find her.”
Can't say you're surprised are you? At least she turned up in the first place!
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