Apr 8, 2009
They’ve been all over the Big Apple all week ahead of Friday’s theatrical release of “Hannah Montana: The Movie,” and earlier today (April 8) Miley Cyrus, Emily Osment, and Lucas Till were spotted over at the Peninsula Hotel.
The “7 Things” songstress looked to be having a marvelous time hanging out with her costars as fans and paparazzi clamored to get a look at their famous faces.
Earlier today Miley joined her father Billy Ray over at the Hard Rock Café in Times Square for a live performance broadcast on “Good Morning America.”
Of her upcoming weekend, Miley revealed, “During my new movie’s opening weekend I’ll be flying all over the country to make surprise appearances. So get ready, I may be seeing you on opening weekend!”
In one of the more bizarre lawsuits to hit Hollywood in recent memory, Whitney Houston is suing her stepmother Barbara Houston for $1.6 million.
According to a report, the lawsuit stems back to the 2003 death of the “I Wanna Dance With Somebody” singer’s father, who left her a $1 million life insurance policy.
Barbara claimed that Whitney “improperly kept the proceeds from the policy,” and that she was entitled to the money in order to pay off her Fort Lee, New Jersey condo mortgage.
Unfortunately, Whitney (who holds the mortgage) never got the memo and is now suing Barbara for unpaid payments on the condo. All in all it’s just one big logistical nightmare.
It has been a rough couple of days for Lindsay Lohan due to her messy breakup with Samantha Ronson. And her father Michael has come forward to offer a shoulder to cry on.
The ex-convict recently told press that he’s feeling bad for his heartbroken daughter and hopes she’ll take him up on his offer to spend some time together.
Michael stated, “Breakups are never pretty and they’re never easy. I’m here for Lindsay any time. I’ve cleared my schedule to go meet her in L.A. I hope Dina takes good care of her in the meantime.”
He continued, “At a time like this she needs someone standing by her side. It’s about time she had both parents with her, without Dina driving a wedge between us. It’s time for Lindsay to resurrect her life and career.”