Morning Buzz: Lindsay Lohan's Miami Meltdown
Lindsay Lohan and girlfriend Samantha Ronson reportedly had a public argument at Miami International Airport on New Year's Day. TMZ reports that the fight began in the American Airlines Admirals Club with lots of "crying and tears." Once the two boarded the plane, Lohan was allegedly so upset that flight attendants had to ask her if she would like to disembark. Ronson and Lohan were in Miami for a New Year's Eve party at Mansion that Rogan DJ'ed at and Lohan hosted.
Britney Spears' older brother Bryan was married on New Year's Eve to his sister Jamie Lynn's manager, Graciella Sanchez, according to Us. The couple were married in New Orleans. "It was a really sweet," a source says. "Only close family and a few friends [attended]. It was a great way to ring in the New Year."
Pink and her ex-husband, Carey Hart, had a reunion of sorts on New Year's Eve at Hart's club Wasted Space. People reports that Hart, who co-owns the club at Vegas' Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, reportedly led Pink to the club's stage at midnight. "He escorted her to the stage and toasted her at midnight," a source said. "Then he wished everyone a happy new year. It was very informal." Before Pink's performance, Pink and Hart "hung out" in the club's VIP area but reportedly "didn't talk much."
Hairspray's Nikki Blonsky and former America's Next Top Model contestant Bianca Golden have both been cleared of assault charges stemming from their violent confrontation at Providenciales International Airport in Turks and Caicos in July. TMZ reports that their two families reportedly battled over seats in the airport lounge, and Golden's mother was injured in the brawl. Blonsky's father Carl still faces up to five years in jail for assault.
A New Year's deal was struck between Time Warner Cable and Viacom Inc. which will keep 19 channels, including MTV and Comedy Central, on the air according to Access Hollywood. The two media giants were battling over fee hikes, and there was a threat that multiple Viacom channels would be blacked out beginning at 1 AM New Year's Day for at least 15.7 million subscribers.