Lindsay Lohan was taken to a New York City emergency room Sunday night and sources connected to the actress told TMZ she's suffering from a lung infection.
Lohan has been telling friends she's been dealing with a case of "walking pneumonia" for the last couple weeks. And, obviously, the best treatment for walking pneumonia is to frequent bars and run into random men in your car late at night.
We can make fun of her because she wasn't sick enough to keep overnight.
Lohan went to Mt. Sinai -- the hospital, not the mountain -- where she received antibiotics and was discharged. By MOnday, she was reportedly back resting in her hotel room, at least until the bars open.
MARIA SHRIVER KNEW ALL ALONG: Arnold Schwarzenegger was confronted by Maria Shriver about his infidelity one day after he was no longer governor of California.
If anyone knows the value of political timing, it's a Kennedy.
In his soon-to-be released tell-all book, Schwarzenegger revisited the infidelity and scandal that ruined his 25-year marriage to Shriver -- describing the day she confronted him about his love child while in couples counseling, reports the New York Daily News.
In "Total Recall: My Unbelievably True Life Story," the actor wrote that Shriver waited until Jan. 4, 2011 -- one day after he ended his position as California governor -- to confront him about her long-held suspicions that he was unfaithful.
"The minute we sat down,
It might have had something to do with the kid pronouncing "California" "Cal-EE-foh-nya."
Schwarzenegger wrote he believed he and Shriver had begun counseling as a way to deal with their transition from public to private life, but when faced with the allegation, he decided to come clean about his decades-old affair with his housekeeper Mildred Baena and the son he secretly fathered 15 years ago.
"I told the therapist, 'It's true,'" he wrote, and said he then started begging Shriver for forgiveness, telling her that he "screwed up." According to ABC News, the actor desperately tried to save himself by telling her that she was the "perfect wife," and that he was still "turned on" by her. His groveling didn't work, and Shriver separated from him, and later filed for divorce.
In the book, which hits stores on Oct. 1, Schwarzenegger also revealed that he had sex with Baena in 1996 in the family guest house while Shriver and their children were away on vacation and he was in town filming "Batman and Robin."
What an awful, stupid mistake that was. I mean, have you seen "Batman and Robin"? It's almost unwatchable.
He wrote that for years he tried to convince himself Baena's husband was the boy Joseph's father, but as the boy grew up the resemblance between the two was too hard to ignore.
"I realized there was little doubt that he was my son," he wrote.
The "Terminator" actor also wrote that he believes he and Shriver will one day get back together: This is where you make a "I'll be back" joke.
"You can call this denial," he wrote, "but it's the way my mind works."
GREEN DAY CANCELS SHOWS AFTER SINGER GOES TO REHAB: With frontman Billie Joe Armstrong in rehab, Green Day has postponed Sept. 28's show at the Fillmore in San Francisco, concert promoters said Monday.
No makeup date was available, but organizers said additional information would be coming soon. Concert promoter Live Nation said tickets purchased for the Sept. 28 show would be honored on the new date.
On Green Day's website, the band's upcoming tour of intimate venues is listed as still on schedule. That tour kicks off Oct. 27 in New Orleans and includes a Dec. 1 show at Memorial Auditorium in Sacramento, a Dec. 2 show at Grand Sierra Resort in Reno and a Dec. 4 stop at the Santa Cruz Auditorium.
The news comes in the wake of Armstrong's widely publicized, guitar-smashing tirade at the iHeartRadio Music Festival in Las Vegas on Friday, during which Armstrong delivered a expletive-fueled rant about the band's performance time being cut short.
"One minute left, one minute (expletive) left. You're gonna give me (expletive) one minute? ... I'm not (expletive) Justin Bieber, you (expletive)," he said.
Afterward, the band released a statement apologizing.
"Billie Joe is seeking treatment for substance abuse," said the statement. "We would like everyone to know that our set was not cut short by Clear Channel and to apologize to those we offended at the iHeartRadio Festival in Las Vegas. We regretfully must postpone some of our upcoming promotional appearances."
It was not known where Armstrong is getting rehab.
Armstrong was hospitalized in early September in Italy, for what was rumored to be both dehydration and stomach problems, but the band has made several appearances since then.
Green Day is due to release the album "Uno" on Sept. 25. It is the first in a trilogy of albums; the second, "Dos," is to be out in November, with "Tres" slated for release in January.
KATIE COURIC HAD BULIMIA: Katie Couric had bulimia as a young woman, according to People.com
During an episode of her syndicated talk show "Katie" featuring actress and singer Demi Lovato, who battled an eating disorder and cutting -- Couric, 55, opened up about her own past issues with body image. She revealed an eating disorder she had long kept quiet.
"I wrestled with bulimia all through college and for two years after that," Couric said while interviewing an expert in eating disorders.
Sharing details of her experience, she added, "I know this rigidity, this feeling that if you eat one thing that's wrong, you're full of self-loathing and then you punish yourself. "Whether it's one cookie or a stick of gum that isn't sugarless ... sometimes (I would) beat myself up for that," she said. "That is such a huge thing for people who wrestle with this."
INTERNET SWEARS THAT BEYONCE IS PREGNANT AGAIN: The rumors are flying over the Internet that Beyonce is pregnant again.
Gosh, that would make two children for her and Jay-Z. Can they afford that in today's economy?
HollywoodLife reports that when the singer showed up to La Marina restaurant on Sept. 23 in the Washington Heights neighborhood of New York, it looked like she might be showing.
Big deal. I'm showing the day after Thanksgiving every year and, to the best of my knowledge, have yet to give birth
The website said the singer wore a tight-fitting leopard-print dress that appeared to show a small baby bump. A source also said the singer and husband Jay-Z are expecting their second child. Their first, Blue Ivy, was born in January.
"(Having a daughter) just gives you purpose and all of the things that my self-esteem was associated with, it's all completely different," Beyonce told Anderson Cooper during her "Anderson Live" appearance earlier this month.
In May, Beyonce told Entertainment Tonight she "definitely" wants more kids. "I don't know how many. God knows, I don't know yet."
AMANDA BYNES CHARGED WITH DRIVING WITHOUT LICENSE: Amanda Bynes on Friday was charged with two counts of driving on a suspended license. Which, naturally, prompted her to immediately fly to New York and wander around aimlessly all weekend.
That's not a bad idea, considering how much public transportation is there.
Witnesses who saw Bynes told TMZ the actress wandered around Midtown for hours on Saturday. She allegedly told friends she went to New York is because she was tired of being followed in L.A., which she says doesn't happen in NYC.
Maybe she'd be better off in South Dakota or somewhere.
Bynes apparently told friends she never wants to go back to L.A., which would likely annoy her parents, since they just moved to Southern California to be close to her.
Bynes was already charged with two counts of hit-and-run. Each count of driving on a suspended license could be worth six months in jail. But even more important, she'd be off the streets and Los Angeles residents would have nothing to fear until mud slide season.
KANYE WEST HAS ANOTHER PORN TAPE: Kanye West really likes looking at himself.
TMZ reported Monday the rapper has not one, but two sex tapes being shopped to the highest bidder.
No word on who the third-party seller is. But don't be surprised if their name starts with "Kris" and ends with "Jenner."
Last week, it was reported that a 20-minute tape was out there, featuring West and a woman who claimed to be 18 and married.
Now there's allegedly a second tape that's nearly identical to the first, with another woman. The second tape is 40 minutes long.
The tapes were allegedly made several years ago and the women are both ex-girlfriends of West.
Sources close to West allegedly told TMZ the rapper has no idea how the videos were lifted from his computer, but if anyone releases the footage, West will unleash his lawyers.
SEPTEMBER 25 IN HISTORY
Today is Tuesday, Sept. 25, the 269th day of 2012. There are 97 days left in the year. The Jewish Day of Atonement, Yom Kippur, begins at sunset.
1513: Spanish explorer Vasco Nunez de Balboa crossed the Isthmus of Panama and sighted the Pacific Ocean.
1690: One of the earliest American newspapers, Publick Occurrences, published its first -- and last -- edition in Boston.
1775: American Revolutionary War hero Ethan Allen was captured by the British as he led an attack on Montreal. (Allen was released by the British in 1778.)
1789: The first United States Congress adopted 12 amendments to the Constitution and sent them to the states for ratification. (Ten of the amendments became the Bill of Rights.)
1911: Ground was broken for Boston's Fenway Park.
1919: President Woodrow Wilson collapsed after a speech in Pueblo, Colo., during a national speaking tour in support of the Treaty of Versailles.
1932: The Spanish region of Catalonia received a Charter of Autonomy (however, the Charter was revoked by Francisco Franco at the end of the Spanish Civil War).
1957: Nine black students who'd been forced to withdraw from Central High School in Little Rock, Ark., because of unruly white crowds were escorted to class by members of the U.S. Army's 101st Airborne Division.
1962: Sonny Liston knocked out Floyd Patterson in round one to win the world heavyweight title at Comiskey Park in Chicago. "The Longest Day," 20th Century Fox's epic recreation of the D-Day invasion, based on the book by Cornelius Ryan, had its world premiere in France.
1978: A Pacific Southwest Airlines Boeing 727 and a private plane collided over San Diego, killing 144 people.
1981: Sandra Day O'Connor was sworn in as the first female justice on the Supreme Court.
1992: The Mars Observer blasted off on a $980 million mission to the Red Planet (the probe disappeared just before entering Martian orbit in August 1993). A judge in Orlando, Fla., ruled in favor of Gregory Kingsley, a 12-year-old seeking to "divorce" his biological parents.
2002: American schoolchildren escaped a rebel-held Ivory Coast city that was under siege as U.S. special forces and French troops moved in to rescue Westerners caught in the West African nation's bloody uprising. Tropical Storm Isidore drenched the Gulf Coast.
2007: Warren Jeffs, the leader of a polygamous Mormon splinter group, was convicted in St. George, Utah, of being an accomplice to rape for performing a wedding between a 19-year-old man and a 14-year-old girl. (The conviction was later overturned by the Utah Supreme Court; prosecutors ended up dropping the charges, since Jeffs is serving a life sentence in Texas in a separate case.) Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, addressing the United Nations, announced "the nuclear issue of Iran is now closed," and indicated Tehran would disregard Security Council resolutions imposed by what he called "arrogant powers." Japan's lower house of parliament elected Yasuo Fukuda prime minister.
2011: Declaring they'd been detained because of their nationality, not their actions, Joshua Fattal and Shane Bauer, two American hikers held for more than two years in an Iranian prison, returned to the United States. Saudi Arabia's King Abdullah decreed that women would, for the first time, have the right to vote and run in local elections due in 2015. Wangari Maathai, 71, the first African woman recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize, died in Nairobi.
Broadcast journalist Barbara Walters (83), former Defense Secretary Robert Gates (69), actor Michael Douglas (68), model Cheryl Tiegs (65), actor-director Anson Williams (63), actor Mark Hamill (61), basketball Hall of Famer Bob McAdoo (61), actor Michael Madsen (54), actress Heather Locklear (51), actress Aida Turturro (50), actor Tate Donovan (49), Basketball Hall of Famer Scottie Pippen (47), actor Will Smith (44), actor Hal Sparks (43), actress Catherine Zeta-Jones (43), rock musician Mike Luce (Drowning Pool) (41), actress Bridgette Wilson-Sampras (39), actress Emmy Clarke ("Monk") (21).