Lindsay Lohan Pulls Out Of Barbara Walters Interview

November 9, 2012 / Posted by:

Welcome back, because I’m assuming that right after you read “Lindsay Lohan pulls out of Barbara Walters,” you either hacked up bits of your stomach into your hand or went off to look for the old lady lezzie version of a Lemon Party.

For those of you hoping to see Lindsay Lohan make White Oprah proud by slurring and drooling her way through an interview with Barbara Walters, you’ll have to go down to your local bus station and watch a junkie hobo get into a fight with the wind instead, because the interview is off. Deadline says that LiLo was supposed to promote the crack-stuffed Thanksgiving turkey that is Liz & Dick by talking to Barbara Walters on 20/20, but her new pr team Rogers & Cowan canceled it. TMZ says that Blohan only agreed to the interview in the first place, because Barbara Walters said she would only stick with questions about Liz & Dick. But last week, the producers of 20/20 told Blohan’s people that Barbara will ask her questions about her mess of a life including lying to the cops about crashing her Porsche into an 18-wheeler. Blohan’s publicists pulled her out of the interview, because they don’t trust that she won’t say something that could mess up her case. LiLo is apparently sad about canceling her date with Barbara, because she considers her a family friend and will reschedule the interview later, blah blah blah.

Can you believe that Barbara was going to ask questions, specifically questions about that trick’s personal life? It’s not like Lindsay Lohan is only famous because of her personal life and it’s not like she only got that Lifetime movie because of her personal life, and it’s not like Barbara only wanted to interview her to talk about her personal life. How dare Barbara! LiLo’s pr whores were smart to cancel on Barbara, because she’s an unprofessional journalist. 20/20 should get Diane Sawyer to do the interview instead:

Obviously Diane Sawyer GETS Lindsay Lohan. (Side note: I love Diane Sawyer more than Diane Sawyer loves on-the-job boozing.)

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