Has LiLo already given her first post-jail interview?
July 23rd, 2010
08:46 AM ET

Has LiLo already given her first post-jail interview?

When Lindsay Lohan’s jail sentence was handed down, reports began quoting six figure sums from sources who claimed her pre- and post-jail interview was in high demand.

But it looks like any outlets trying to pay their way to Lohan's first post-jail interview may strike out – Lohan has possibly already spoken with Vanity Fair for their October issue.

According to GossipCop.com, Lohan agreed to a cover story with the magazine and sat down for the interview "shortly" before going to jail.

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The CW and MTV lead GLAAD's list of inclusive networks
July 23rd, 2010
08:44 AM ET

The CW and MTV lead GLAAD's list of inclusive networks

MTV is the first network to earn an “excellent” rating from the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation, which released its fourth annual Network Responsibility Index Friday.

MTV, which made the grade thanks to programs like “The Real World,” “America’s Best Dance Crew” and “True Life” during the 2009-2010 season, featured racially and ethnically diverse LGBT characters, in addition to airing more transgender content than any other network, according to the report.

Leading the network pack on GLAAD’s responsibility scale is The CW. After spending three years in second place behind ABC, which fell to number three following Fox, The CW amped up its LGBT content with shows like “90210,” “Gossip Girl” and “Melrose Place” – though the remake featuring bisexual Ella has since been canceled.

CBS continues to lag, placing last for the fourth year in a row. Though, according to the report, the network has beefed up its LGBT content, despite the fact that most of it occurred on unscripted reality programs like “The Amazing Race” and “Big Brother.”

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Gwyneth Paltrow opens up on post-partum depression
July 23rd, 2010
08:42 AM ET

Gwyneth Paltrow opens up on post-partum depression

Post-partum depression is a sticky subject, as Tom Cruise can surely attest, but Gwyneth Paltrow doesn’t hold back as she explores the topic in her GOOP newsletter.

Instead of the same “euphoria” she felt with her first child, Paltrow said when she gave birth to her son Moses in 2006, she was “confronted with one of the darkest and most painfully debilitating chapters of my life.”

It's an experience that "Twilight Saga: Eclipse" star Bryce Dallas Howard is also familiar with; the actress was diagnosed with severe post-partum depression after she gave birth to her first child at the age of 25.

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