Lindsay Lohan Late To Her Guest Appearance On Glee
Lindsay Lohan may be back to her old ways. She was seen at a party in the Hollywood Hills last night, and then today she showed up more than an hour late for her taping on the hit show Glee.
Dot Marie Jones, who plays Coach Beiste on the show, seemed to be the one who ratted Lilo out to the world.
“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 made sure to not name who the late comer was and later on in the day she removed the Tweet, but according to TMZ it was confirmed she meant Lohan.
TMZ also went on to say,
“Lindsay shot her big scenes the other day, and director Eric Stoltz has been saying she was ‘very professional. We’re told she nailed her lines and was very polite to cast and crew.“
TMZ said that today that Lindsay was there filming “reaction shots” and in no way held up production.
Lindsay has had a busy month being cast as Elizabeth Taylor in the upcoming movie Liz and Dick.
Not everyone was thrilled about Lindsay’s casting as Elizabeth Taylor. This week Rosie O’Donnell made a huge stink about the casting saying Lindsay isn’t in the right frame of mind for the role or to work in general.
“I feel very sorry for her. I think she needs a lot of help. She needs time away. She’s had a lot of trouble doing every single movie, including Saturday Night Live. She was out and not at rehearsal. I think she’s not in a place to work. The last thing she did good she was 16. I don’t think she’s right for the role and I don’t think she’s capable at this point of doing what’s needed.”
Lindsay’s representative Steve Honig immediately went after Rosie telling RadarOnline That Lindsay is more than ready for the job.
“I think Rosie should focus on her own career and stop worrying about everyone else’s. It’s hard to take these comments seriously considering they are coming from someone who just had her own talk show cancelled, but I guess she has to find a way to stay in the news, even if it is at the expense of someone else.”