Today's Evil Beet Gossip

Britney Spears Comeback Tour Day 3: Now with More Lindsay Lohan!

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Our darling Brit did the third (and supposedly last) of her comeback mini-shows at the West Hollywood House of Blues last night. Even though the show was held well within the thirty-mile zone, the only high-profile celeb who made an appearance was Miss Lindsay Lohan, who was probably just there to collect on that eight-ball she sold her last week. But who knows — maybe they were going to an AA meeting together later. And of course by “an AA meeting” I mean “the Chateau Marmont. To do cocaine.” Britney’s set was 11 minutes long — her shortest yet — and the only words she spoke were “Thank you, L.A.”

Britney left the venue in her now-ubiquitous pink bra and a denim skirt, on which someone had penned her name and the word “evil.” The Evil B. I like the sound of that.

Man, it’s a slow news day. I’m just sticking around to find out if Paris Hilton’s going to jail. And I’m doing a lot of praying in between. Please, God?

Haylie Duff vs. Kim Kardashian: MySpace Battle of the C-List

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Okay, this is just too funny. Haylie posted these screen shots on her MySpace blog today, stating, “Stuff like this REALLY PISSES ME OFF. I try to reach out and be nice and instead it just gets shoved back in my face. This is why you should never move to Hollywood, the place is full of arrogant, immature, and offensive bitches who can’t hold their liquor and can’t keep their legs closed.”

Here’s what I don’t get, though. The first message was sent yesterday at 3:16 pm. The next message came three minutes later? I assure you it takes Kim Kardashian longer than that to read a message, decide on a response, and type it. So I’m a little doubtful about whether or not this is real. The whole “I don’t hang out with horses” thing is pretty funny, though.

Limp Bizkwick Wins at Tribeca

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From The Hollywood Reporter:

NEW YORK — Limp Bizkit frontman Fred Durst’s feature directorial debut “The Education of Charlie Banks” took home the Made in NY best narrative feature award Thursday night at a Tribeca Film Festival awards ceremony in Chinatown.

What do you make of that? Sign of the world’s impending doom with Kirk Cameron shoving it in our face?