Mandy Moore has a wild night out

Mandy Moore knew this day would come. She only had a hazy recollection of an evening out drinking alone. She had been depressed after breaking up with Andy. She was also pissed a bit about her squeaky clean image. “Fuck it!” she said out loud and ended up in a Hollywood bar. She remembered having a few drinks and having a lot of them bought for her by an extremely handsome man. She remembered she would love to fuck him but everything went black after that. She woke up at her friends house Cate. Cate told her later that she had called her from a pay phone on Sunset Boulevard at five am and told her she need a ride. Cate said when she picked her up she looked like hell and was a blithering drunk. Cate took her home and shoved her in the shower. She then passed out in bed. This had been six month ago and Mandy…

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Renee O’Conner gets in way over her head when she tries to muscle a couple of stunt men and Lucy Lawless has to jump in and “fill” the gap.

Renee O’Conner arrived on the set. She was met by a couple of stunt men. Today was the off day for the Xena set but she had been having some trouble getting used to the fight scenes and several of the stunt men had agreed to help her. (After some threats by the producers about their jobs.) Renee went to her trailer and dressed in her Gabrielle costume. (She wanted it to be just like the scenes on the show.) Then she headed out to where the guys were standing around in pads. They were grumbling about working on their day off. Renee knew they weren’t being paid for this but there was nothing she could do about it. “Hi guys, thanks for helping me out.” She was met by more grumbles. “I’m sorry about this but I really need you’re help.” The men laughed at this, they all knew that Renee had broken a stunt mans nose and another’s…

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The victim of a hit-and-run – Lindsay Lohan

It was a good day for a walk: sun, but not too hot, no wind, just a very pleasant day. With nowhere in particular in mind I roamed the streets, going wherever I pleased. In hindsight, I probably should have looked over my shoulder more carefully before crossing the street – a quick glance proved not to be enough when I was suddenly hit by what felt like a tank. They say I rolled over the car and subsequently the street but I can’t remember any of that. I don’t really remember anything between feeling the impact and feeling my arm being set before a cast was applied. That hurt. After that it’s all a blur again though, until after I woke up a day or maybe two later, in a fresh clean hospital bed with no cards or flowers around me. It wasn’t long before a nurse came to check on me. She seemed pleased that I had woken…

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