Lindsay Lohan’s New Man Forced To Name Drop At Aura

Us Weekly reports that while partying at Aura nightclub on Paradise Island over the weekend, Calum Best excused himself to the restroom but couldn’t get back into the VIP section where girlfriend Lindsay Lohan was hanging out. Best raised a fuss and dropped the 20-year-old’s name, making sure the guard knew who he was with. “Wait: I really want to make this point, Best argued. Eventually, Lindsay had someone from her group to come to his rescue. “They came and got him and Calum gave an ‘I told you so’ look to the guard,” the source added.

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‘Access Hollywood’ Covers The Cove Atlantis Opening

It was a wild weekend in paradise for Lindsay Lohan. And while her new movie didn’t cause much a stir at the box office, that didn’t stop her from celebrating with new man Calum Best at The Cove Atlantis in the Bahamas on Saturday. A report with details on the celeb filled weekend from ‘Access Hollywood’ has since been removed.

Calum Best Ready To Settle Down With Lindsay Lohan?

A friend of notorious womanizer Calum Best tells The Sun the 26-year-old’s relationship with Lindsay Lohan could be serious. “This is very unusual for Calum,” the pal admitted. “We’re having trouble taking it seriously. But he has said he really likes Lindsay and wants to have a go at it.” His agent Dave Read added, “Calum and Lindsay get on really well together. But this is Calum. We’ll have to see.”

‘Georgia Rule’ Another Box Office Dud For Lindsay Lohan

According to the Hollywood Reporter, ‘Georgia Rule’ put in its bid for female moviegoers this weekend, but the R-rated drama failed to generate much interest at the box office with a third-place finish and an estimate of a weak $5.9 million from 2,523 screens. Lindsay Lohan, Jane Fonda and Felicity Huffman star in the Morgan Creek production, which was directed by industry veteran Garry Marshall. As projected, the audience was largely older females. ‘Spider-Man 3’ remained an top at the box office in its second week, hauling in an estimated $60 million.

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