So Lindsay Lohan and her
hanger on mother rolled into the Shutters on the Beach hotel in Santa Monica earlier this week – and were denied a room. Lindsay kept herself parked in the car while Dina went inside to check in, only to find Lindsay on a blacklist after allegedly trashing a room there back in 2007.
The duo then headed up the road a bit to the Loews Hotel… where they also were turned away. Management says that there were no rooms available, but c’mon. We’re not stupid. The pair of Lohans eventually was able to settle in to the Beverly Hills Hotel.
In other Lohan news, Lindsay reportedly “acted like a child” on the set of her new film “The Canyons.” Lohan stars opposite porn star (yes, we’re serious) Janes Deen, who revealed that he was surprised by her childish behavior.
“There were days when she would scream and yell and cry and refused to come out,,” Deen said. “In porn I’m used to working with professionals who are courteous to others. But Lindsay was like a child lashing out.”
If you recall, Lindsay’s on-set behavior already made news when the New York Times published an article on what it’s like to work with the “star.” Oh, and she was also fired once for not showing up to work.
To round out all the fun with “The Canyons,” it has already been rejected by both South By Southwest and the Sundance Film Festival.
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Kane is host of the nationally syndicated Club Kane, a Sunday night music radio program which launched in March 2010 with Premiere Networks and airs nationwide on Top 40 stations from 7 p.m. to midnight local time. Each week, Kane plays chart-topping songs, debuts new music and takes requests as he welcomes listeners to his on-air party. Broadcasting live from Washington, D.C., he also discusses pop culture, music and entertainment, and features candid conversations with music artists and celebrities.
Kane is also host of The Kane Show, the top-rated morning radio program which airs from 6 - 10 a.m. ET on Hot 99.5 in Washington, D.C., as well as a nationally syndicated afternoon program of the same name, which can be heard on WFLZ/Tampa, Fla; WLDI/West Palm Beach, Fla.; KHFI/Austin, Texas; WQEN/Birmingham, Ala., and KISS XM.
Growing up in Danbury, Conn., Kane's love for radio began in high school when he interned for WKCI-FM/KC101 in New Haven. Upon graduation, Kane was accepted to Syracuse University's School of Visual and Performing Arts, where he pursued a career in advertising and design. During that time, he volunteered at the university's radio station Z89, and hosted the most-listened-to evening show in Central New York on WWHT/Hot 107.9.
Kane moved to Tampa, Fla., in 1998 to host the evening show on WFLZ/93.3 FLZ. Within the first year, The Extreme Show with Kane spread to 17 cities nationwide, five nights a week. In March 2003, Kane was named host of the legendary Open House Party, a live, Sunday night program that was nationally syndicated in more than 150 markets. He later returned to 93.3 FLZ where he served as program director and afternoon host. In October 2006, Kane joined Hot 99.5 in Washington, D.C., as host of The Kane Show. The morning program is currently ranked #1 in the market with Adults 18-34. While continuing to host that successful program, he also hosts an afternoon show of the same name, which can be heard in several markets as well as XM Satellite Radio.
Kane received the 2009 FMQB "Morning Show of the Year" Award in the CHR category, and previously won a Radio Music Award for "CHR Air Personality of the Year" and A.I.R. Awards for "Best Evening Drive Show" and "Best New Talent."
Throughout his career, Kane has spoken to every major artist from Usher to Britney Spears, and 50 Cent to Mariah Carey. He also hosted his own television show.
Kane speaks regularly to elementary and middle schools about the importance of education and volunteers his time to various events throughout Washington, D.C. He's an accomplished artist and aviation enthusiast, and is finishing work on his pilot's license. Kane lives in Gaithersburg, Md., with his wife Natasha and daughter Samantha, along with two dogs and a cat.