Y'know this book, Full Service: My Adventures in Hollywood and the Secret Sex Life of the Stars? Right up there on the New York Times best-sellers lists? By Scotty Bowers, 88, it's all about Scotty's adventures in the Hollywood sex trade of the 1940s and '50s. Says he either personally served or set up clients such as Spencer Tracy, Cary Grant, Katharine Hepburn (150 women!), James Dean, and the Duke of Windsor. J. Edgar Hoover comes for a date in drag. So is this Bowers guy lying? Truthing? Laying about him right and left, not caring? Grain of salt alert: He dishes only on dead celebs (delebs?), so they ain't no way to check. BTW, he also "admits" to sexy sex of a sexual nature with plenty of ladies, including Edith Piaf and Vivien Leigh. No wonder this guy's still young at 88 - and no wonder his second wife of 27 years, Lois, won't read it! After scanning it, we second Roger Lewis of the Brit rag The Daily Mail: "If you take it as a novel . . . rather than nonfiction, Full Service is weirdly impressive."
Lindsay Lohan: I'm serious
Now that she's had her day in court - she was ordered to put in even more hours in community service, psychotherapy, and rehab - Lindsay Lohan is seriously working hard to appear serious about her obligations. "I'm taking this seriously and focused on the road ahead," the sometime actor seriously tweeted in response to serious rumors that she went out partying after her sentencing Monday in Los Angeles. "i stayed in last night after a pretty long day."