Khloe Kardashian and French Montana have never done an interview together. And now we know why!
Khloe comes in around minute 17, but you can see the entire interview ...AFTER THE JUMP!!!
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We reported earlier how Shia had been seen at one bar in NYC drinking on an empty stomach before showing up to another bar later that day, reportedly intoxicated.
Eventually Shia was kicked out of the musical Cabaret, arrested, and charged with two counts of disorderly conduct, one count of criminal trespassing and one count of harassment.
However, a source is now saying that Shia was not on drugs at the time of his arrest:
But every once in a while, someone puts that drama mask on in the real world!
Between injuries and abuse, cheating and fighting, on and off-Broadway, there have been some pretty intense moments that happened during LIVE shows.
Here are eight of our faves!
We LOOOOVE when celebs don't hold back their opinions on events like this!
From Billy Eichner to Lena Dunham, the celebs were dripping in sarcasm and it's absolutely BRILLIANT!
Oh, and did we mention Alan Cumming, who stars in Cabaret sent a little message out as well? HA!
Seriously, the Twitterverse was rolling in the LOLz when discussing the former Transformers stars arrest!
Ch-ch-check out the HIGHLARIOUS tweets…AFTER THE JUMP!!!
OH man! He was acting so normal earlier in the day!
Just in case you missed it, the former Transformers actor was arrested and charged with criminal trespass plus two counts of disorderly conduct!
Shia was at a showing of Cabaret (you know the one that stars Alan Cumming and Michelle Williams!) in New York City when he was spotted smoking in the theater, slapping random people on the butt or head, spitting on the officers arresting him, and even throwing around a homophobic slur!
Which is definitely NOT proper Broadway etiquette!!
But it seems that earlier in the day the erratic actor was showing NO signs of unrest!
What the what?
This story just keeps getting WILDER!
Earlier this evening, we reported that Shia LaBeouf was arrested in New York City. He was reportedly causing a problem for other patrons while seeing the show Cabaret. NOW, we're learning just how big of a problem he was — and it's MIND-BOGGLING!
According to new reports, Shia was caught smoking in the theater, which turned out to be just the tip of the iceberg for his evening. He then proceeded to slap random people in the theater on the behind and on the back of the head. Needless to say, people didn't care for that so much.
The police arrived around 9:30pm and promptly arrested Shia for his behavior. We're told that Shia tried to flee from the cops, but ended up falling on his face, before being handcuffed.
But this is where shiz REALLY hit the fan!
UPDATE: New reports are saying that Shia has been charged with criminal trespass and 2 counts disorderly conduct. Police are saying he was caught smoking in the theater and later threatened other patrons as well as an officer!
Maybe someone should've pretended this was all part of his past performance art and just stayed QUIET!
Reports are coming in that Shia LaBeouf was arrested tonight in NYC after being disruptive during the first act of the Tony-nominated show Cabaret. Witnesses began to tweet out that the actor was escorted out of the theater before the show ended by police in handcuffs and driven off to be booked.
Police have confirmed Shia is currently in jail but hasn’t been charged with anything yet.
This isn't the first time Shia has caused a stir on the Great White Way. Last year, he dropped out of the Broadway production of Orphans and pissed off Alec Baldwin.
Ah well! Life must be disappointing for him right now. But rest assured, sir — we won't be forgetting about this!
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Our gal, Lindsay Lohan will be making her stage debut in Speed-the-Plow by David Mamet this fall in London's famous West End!
The Danny Moar and Simon Friend produced show will run at the Playhouse Theatre from September 24th – November 29th of 2014…
And we couldn't be more thrilled for this comeback kid.
On the official ticketing website, the show is described as: