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Lindsay Lohan Ordered To Repeat Community Service Hours

Lindsay Lohan has reportedly been ordered to repeat 125 hours of her court ordered community service. A Los Angeles court is now claiming that the hours she put in while in London last year do not meet the qualifications to satisfy her probation. Lilo was in London appearing in a West End revival of the show "Speed the Plow" when she began volunteering at a local teen center.

Mick Jagger And Courtney Love Perform 'Wonderwall' Duet At Oscars Party

In perhaps the most unlikely of duets, Mick Jagger and Courtney Love teamed up for a karaoke performance of Oasis' "Wonderwall" at a post-Oscars part in Beverly Hills. "It was an absolute scream," an insider told The Mirror. "Guests were crowded around, clapping and singing along with them. It was a real crowd-pleaser. Mick was really giving it some swagger."

Louis Jourdan French Star Of 'Gigi,' Dies At 93

Louis Jourdan, the French actor best known for his role in "Gigi," has passed at the age of 93. According his biographer, Olivier Minne, Jourdan passed at home. In "Gigi" Jourdan played the role of Gaston, a dashing man who falls in love with the title character, played by Leslie Caron, as she develops from a tomboy into an elegant woman.

'Parks And Recreation' Executive Producer Harris Wittels Dies At 30

Harris Wittels, a producer on the NBC sitcom "Parks and Recreation," was found dead of suspected overdose in his L.A. home on Thursday. Police say that the final cause of death will be determined by the coroner's office. TMZ reports that the 30-year-old was found lying on his couch with no signs of trauma and drug paraphernalia on premises.