Amy Winehouse Changes Tour Managers; Plus 'Hannah Montana,' 'Harry Potter,' Al Sharpton, John Legend, Lupe Fiasco & More, In For The Record

Woman shells out $13,000 for four Miley Cyrus tickets; more actors cast for 'Half-Blood Prince'; Sharpton stages Jena Six protest.

Amy Winehouse is once again at the center of a viral fiasco, according to a new video posted on TMZ.com. The clip has been making the rounds ... we're not sure exactly what's happening in it, but check it out for yourself right here. Meanwhile, after her tour got off to a rough start earlier this week — she reportedly cried and was booed at during her Wednesday show in Birmingham, England — Winehouse's publicist said she was in better form at her Friday gig in Glasgow, Scotland. The singer's publicist also addressed rumors that her tour manager had recently quit, confirming that Winehouse has indeed changed tour managers. In other related news, a sixth man has been charged with obstruction of justice in the case involving Winehouse's husband, Blake Fielder-Civil, BBC News reports. His friend Michael Brown — who, along with Fielder-Civil, is accused of assaulting a bartender on June 20, causing grievous bodily harm with intent — was remanded in court on Friday (November 16). He, Fielder-Civil and four other men are due in court November 23. ...

And the "Hannah Montana" ticket saga goes on. First the massive rush to get tickets for Miley Cyrus' Best of Both Worlds Tour spurred authorities to launch investigations, then a class-action lawsuit was filed against her fan club, MileyWorld.com — now comes news that a woman bid a whopping $13,000 for a set of four tickets as part of a radio auction, according to Indiana ABC affiliate RTV6's Web site, TheIndyChannel.com. The woman — who reportedly wanted to stay anonymous but revealed that she will be going with her husband, 8-year-old daughter and 6-year-old son — made the bid for Cyrus' December 9 show in Indianapolis on "The Bob & Tom Show," a radio program based in the city. Proceeds from the sale of the tickets are going to be used to buy games and technology for kids at the cancer center at Peyton Manning Children's Hospital. ...

In the next Harry Potter film, it'll be easy to see how Ralph Fiennes became Voldemort — and not just because the actor's nephew Hero Fiennes Tiffin will play a younger version of himself. Tiffin, who is 9, will play Tom Riddle at age 11, just as Dumbledore comes to visit him in an orphanage in "Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince" and tell him that he's off to Hogwarts. Something about young Tom tips off the wise old wizard that the boy has been using his magic for selfish and cruel reasons. Sixteen-year-old Frank Dillane will play the teenage Tom, who starts asking his professors about dark magic. The young actors were announced Friday by Warner Bros. President of Production Jeff Robinov, who said the casting process had been completed. ...

Protesters descended on Washington, D.C., on Friday, demanding that new Attorney General Michael Mukasey, a former judge, launch a federal investigation into the Jena Six case. According to The Associated Press, organizers said more than 100 busloads of people — who also demanded the enforcement of hate crimes involving nooses being hung in public — had joined the march, which was organized by the Reverend Al Sharpton. Mukasey reportedly responded with a statement saying his agency is working to "investigate aggressively dozens of noose-hangings and other recent racially and religiously motivated" crimes across the country, and that such investigations aren't visible to the public. On Friday, a state judge allowed the juvenile trial of Mychal Bell, the only member of the Jena Six to stand trial, to be made open to the public. In related news, the Jena Six are part of Essence magazine's new list of this year's most influential people. Readers voted Democratic presidential candidate Senator Barack Obama to the top of the list, which also includes Sharpton, Beyoncé, Don Cheadle, Timbaland, Barry Bonds and Oprah Winfrey. ...

John Legend is hooking up again with Kanye West for his third album, for which he says he already has "three songs I love already," according to Billboard.com. The singer/pianist revealed that he's already worked with Will.I.Am and singer/songwriter Rick Knowles for the yet-untitled effort, and that he plans to also get together with Pharrell, West "and we'll see who else" next. He expects to be done with the project by the end of the spring and get it out by late summer or early fall. Legend also commented on the passing of West's mother, Donda West, saying, he plans to go to her funeral next week. "She loved him and supported him unconditionally," he said. "She was really there for him a lot and was ... really a great example for him. You could tell how close they were, and I just can't imagine how devastated he is right now." ... Jay-Z's November 11 show at the Hammerstein Ballroom in New York will be webcast on MSN.com on Tuesday. Diddy and Lil Wayne made guest appearances during the show. ... Blake Lewis had been pining for collaborations with Will.I.Am and Gnarls Barkley, but for the time being, the "American Idol" runner-up will have to be content with Lupe Fiasco instead. He's landed a featured spot by the Chicago MC on "Know My Name," a song included on Lewis' debut album, Audio Day Dream. The effort, due December 4 on 19 Recordings/ Arista, also features collaborations with One Republic's Ryan Tedder — he produced and co-wrote many tracks on the album, including the first single, "Break Anotha." ...

Madonna is hooking up with Gucci to raise money for orphans in the impoverished southern African nation of Malawi. According to a Reuters report, the singer will host a fundraising dinner with a musical performance and party on February 6, as part of the opening of the biggest Gucci store in the world, on New York's Fifth Avenue. Madonna said the event will benefit UNICEF and Raising Malawi, a charity she co-founded in 2006 to help end poverty in the country. The event is expected to raise $2 million and will feature such co-chairs as Salma Hayek, Adrien Brody, Lucy Liu, Demi Moore, Ashton Kutcher and Gwyneth Paltrow. Madonna and husband Guy Ritchie's bid to adopt a child from Malawi has been unresolved since last year. ... Europe, prepare yourself for another dose of the Smashing Pumpkins. The band will stage an arena tour starting January 27 in Serbia and ending March 3 in Finland, swinging through England, Italy, France and elsewhere along the way. The trek will be the Pumpkins' third overseas outing in support of the Zeitgeist album they dropped earlier this year. ...

A James Brown trustee was threatened with contempt of court on Thursday over his involvement in the late rock icon's finances, according to Georgia newspaper The Augusta Chronicle. David Cannon, who resigned in August after facing allegation that he had misappropriated at least $7 million of Brown's money, reportedly invoked the Fifth Amendment after refusing to answer questions about how much money he made while he was employed by the singer. If Cannon is found in contempt of court, he could face up to six months in jail. ...

Velvet Revolver guitarist Slash and his wife, Perla, have filed a civil suit against a real-estate agent, claiming they were duped into buying a house, according to TMZ.com. The suit, filed this week in Los Angeles County Superior Court, names Gregory Holcomb and Sotheby's International Realty as defendants. The suit claims the couple "thought they had found their dream house" — but were wrong. Slash (real name: Saul Hudson) and his wife claim they were told the house was on a private, gated street, but it turns out it was on a public street with very little parking. They also say it was much smaller than the 7,800 square feet it was listed as being and that there were other issues with the home's title, the suit reads. The couple are seeking $1 million for "grief, shame, humiliation, embarrassment, anger, worry, disappointment, nervousness, stomach disorders, backaches, loss of appetite and inability to concentrate on work," all of which was allegedly brought on by the house purchase. ... In related news, the members of Velvet Revolver are at a loss for why they were denied entry to Japan. The band had to cancel four scheduled concerts in the country after immigration officials denied the band's request for visas. Velvet Revolver are appealing the decision, but the process could take months to resolve. "We want to apologize to our fans in Japan that we won't be able to perform our scheduled concerts," the band said in a statement. "We don't understand why the authorities won't give us visas when they granted them for us in 2005 for what was a successful tour and a great experience. We love Japan and look forward to our return there." ...

Van Halen have begun unveiling 2008 tour dates on their Web site. So far the reunited band has lined up five gigs, in Oklahoma City (January 22); Houston (January 28); Omaha, Nebraska (February 4); Fort Lauderdale, Florida (February 12); and St. Louis (March 30). More are expected to be announced. ... The reunion outing by the Police was named the top-grossing and top ticket-selling tour of 2007 at the fourth annual Billboard Touring Awards on Thursday night. The band's first tour in more than 20 years grossed more than $171 million from 53 shows attended by 1.5 million people. Justin Timberlake won the Breakthrough award for his FutureSex/LoveShow tour, which grossed more than $115.8 million from 100 shows attended by 1.5 million people. Prince took home the Top Boxscore award for his 21-date stand at the O2 arena in London. ...

The Kaiser Chiefs are planning to deliver new music soon, but it remains to be seen whether they will be dishing it up in the form of a new album or something else, according to their publicist. The group believes fans are more interested in tracks than LPs these days, the publicist said. ... Spreading the love: Lenny Kravitz has teamed with MySpace for a contest that will enable 10 of the rocker's friends on the social-networking site to hop aboard his Get on the Bus With the Love Revolution Tour. Interested? Go to Kravitz's MySpace page, submit a photo and explain why you think you should be part of his tour. The winners will travel on a customized Love Revolution Tour bus during the tour, get full backstage access and take part in a magazine photo shoot. ...

The Sweet Relief Musicians Fund — a Los Angeles nonprofit group that helps musicians who are in financial need in the face of illness, disability or other problems — is offering an original Clash shirt screened by bassist Paul Simonon to a lucky donor. Simonon gave the shirt to punk poet Patti Smith 30 years ago, and after she passed it to her drummer, Jay Dee Daughtery, he in turn donated it to Sweet Relief. Go to SweetRelief.org for more info. ... Underground musicians are continuing to step up to help Callum Robbins — the infant son of Jawbox founder J. Robbins and his wife, Janet — who is suffering from spinal muscular atrophy. Gordon Withers, a cellist who plays with indie-rock band Betwixt, is offering up string versions of Jawbox songs in the form of a new CD. Jawbox on Cello: A Benefit for Cal Robbins will be released digitally on December 18 through Ioda and available at Withers' concerts as well. All proceeds from sales of the disc will go to the Cal Robbins Care Fund. ...

Castmembers of "30 Rock" and "Saturday Night Live" will put on a pair of one-time-only sold-out live performances this weekend at New York's Upright Citizens Brigade Theater to benefit a strike fund established by the Writers Guild of America, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The "SNL" show will take place on Saturday at 11:30 with host Michael Cera ("Superbad") and musical act Yo La Tengo. The "30 Rock" show will be on Monday at 8 p.m. ... As the strike nears the end of its second week, the Reporter also notes that Universal Media Studios began notifying regular actors on "Bionic Woman," "The Office" and "30 Rock" on Thursday that they will be suspended on half-pay for five weeks, citing the "force majeure" clause in their contracts that allows studios to withhold pay if production is suspended. ...

Meanwhile, Variety reports that back channel talks are underway to get "Late Show With David Letterman," "The Tonight Show With Jay Leno" and "Late Night With Conan O'Brien" back on the air. The most positive estimate of when that could happen is after Thanksgiving, though early December is more likely. None of the shows wants to be the first to go back, so discussions are partly aimed at trying to get at least two of the shows to return on the same date. ... With awards season on the horizon, several kudoscasts are facing serious problems if the strike continues, according to Variety. The Golden Globes, Grammys, SAG Awards, Independent Spirit Awards and the Academy Awards all rely on writers, and at this point, the show-runners haven't commented on how they'll deal with the issue. ...

Is Courtney Love taking a cue from Radiohead? On her MySpace blog, the rocker claims she'd like to let fans name their price for online downloads in the future. "The kamikaze pilot in me wants to do the same damn thing," she said. "I'm grateful for Radiohead for making the first move. I'd do it differently. That's why B-sides are no longer B-sides, but have to be A-sides, to an extent. I love risk, and most everything I've ever done well has been because everyone said I was crazy to do it. That's why words like 'risk management' and 'time management' are resonating with me now."

11.15.07

Lindsay Lohan pulled a Nicole Richie on Thursday (November 15), checking in and out of jail in less than an hour and a half, according to the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department Web site. She checked into the Century Regional Detention Facility in Lynwood, California — the same jail Richie and Paris Hilton were at — at 10:30 a.m., and she checked out shortly afterward, at 11:54 a.m. Lohan was fingerprinted, searched — without having to give up her street clothes — and then put into a holding cell in the inmate reception area, according to The Associated Press. "She was cooperative," Los Angeles Sheriff's Department spokesman Steve Whitmore told AP. He added that she did not receive preferential treatment and said 30-50 women are granted early releases from the facility on a daily basis. Her brief, 84-minute stay in jail was related to her July DUI arrest following a bizarre car chase, and she had been ordered to serve her time before January. Lohan subsequently entered rehab and was released from the Cirque Lodge Treatment Center in Utah early last month. According to a People report, she began serving her community service at an American Red Cross blood-services facility in a Los Angeles suburb on Monday. ...

Alicia Keys' new album is all about self-empowerment, and it's no wonder why: The singer recently revealed to Entertainment Weekly that she has battled depression. When a family member fell ill in summer 2006, "It made me finally stop," Keys said. "Nothing else was more important — no work, no costumes, no anything. I was forced to slow down, look at my life and decide who I wanted to be. It all got very low at first because I was very depressed and I didn't understand why." After taking a monthlong trek across Egypt — during which she was only accompanied by a tour guide — and returning to the States, she promised herself that she "was going to be courageous enough to tell whoever is in my life what was going on. I became brutally honest. I would go straight up to people and say, 'Guess what? This is over. So what's gonna happen from now on is this: If you're feeling that, great. If not, bye.' Some people didn't like it, and they didn't like me being so clear and set on what I wanted. But I found that I took their power away." The issue hits newsstands Monday. ...

With her husband in jail, accused of trying to obstruct an investigation, the last thing Amy Winehouse needed was to have fans turn their backs on her. But according to BBC News, that's exactly what happened on Wednesday night, when the troubled singer played her first gig since husband Blake Fielder-Civil's arrest last week. Throughout Winehouse's show in Birmingham, England, the singer was reportedly crying, and "streams" of people walked out before the end. At one point during the show, she warned the boo birds, "To them people booing, wait till my husband gets out of incarceration. And I mean that." She later dedicated the song "Wake Up Alone" to Fielder-Civil, and while performing an encore cover of the Zutons' "Valerie," she reportedly stopped singing, dropped the mic and walked offstage. ...

Kanye West, who reportedly canceled his planned Thursday appearance at the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show on Monday, has also scrapped the kickoff to his U.K. tour, which was set for Monday in Amsterdam, Netherlands, according to CNN. Further evidence is found on his Web site, which does not feature the previously scheduled date in its tour section, although a string of other European tour dates (through December 4) are still listed. That includes his planned performance at the O2 arena in London on November 22, and CNN reports that the show will go on. Meanwhile, Will.I.Am has stepped in to fill West's shoes for the Victoria's Secret show, according to AP. West's mother, Donda, passed away Saturday. ...

Regina Spektor's sold-out Wednesday night show at Nashville's Ryman Auditorium was canceled shortly before it started after the singer collapsed. She "was taken to a local hospital after collapsing due to a severe inner ear infection which caused a sudden case of vertigo," according to a statement issued by her publicist. "Regina was released late last night and is resting comfortably. Regina is extremely disappointed that she had to cancel on her fans but will return to the Ryman on December 6th, where all tickets will be honored or refunded." Spektor has also postponed her planned Thursday show at the Tabernacle in Atlanta to December 5. All tickets will be honored or refunded at the show. The rest of her North American tour will continue as planned beginning Friday in Norfolk, Virginia. ...

What's the deal with Britney Spears running over people's feet? The singer did it for the fourth time on Wednesday night, according to a video on TMZ.com, as she headed into the parking lot at the Four Seasons Hotel in Beverly Hills, California. In the video, a man is heard warning the paparazzi as Spears begins driving her Mercedes, after which a photographer is heard screaming and the man responds, "Back off the drive, gentlemen, this won't happen if you back off the drive." The men are subsequently heard shouting at each other. UsMagazine.com reports that the incident took place at 9:30 p.m. Spears previously ran over a cop's feet and those of other photographers as well. ...

The deal is done: Jadakiss has signed with Roc-A-Fella, it was announced Thursday. His yet-untitled first album in four years, a collaboration between Roc-A-Fella and Ruff Ryders, is due next year. Jay-Z told Mixtape Monday late last month that the deal was almost done and that he had been in negotiations with Ruff Ryders to get the black Babe Ruth on his label through Def Jam. "Well, I've been actually trying to get Jadakiss to come to Roc-A-Fella/ Ruff Ryders for a minute," he said. Jada's last album, 2004's Kiss of Death, debuted at #1 on the Billboard albums chart. ...

M by Mariah Carey, the singer's new fragrance, is launching a Virtual Ford Model Search to find the new face of MTV's Virtual Hills. The campaign is being put on by MTV Networks, Elizabeth Arden and Ford Models. Starting Monday, viewers can go here to make their own customized avatar, and while in the virtual world, they'll be able to get beauty tips from Ford Models experts and given a virtual bottle of the perfume and Ford Models portfolio book. "With Elizabeth Arden and Ford Models, we're tapping into their twin drivers of fashion and beauty and creating a social campaign where they can seek status and project a confident sense of self with others," Courtney Holt, executive vice president of Digital Music and Media for MTV Networks' Music & Logo Group, said in a statement. In early January, models will be requested to flaunt their virtual acting abilities by posing with the M by Mariah Carey bottle, acting out a commercial for it, walking a virtual runway and competing in a virtual dance competition. The winning avatar, to be determined by reps for MTV, Elizabeth Arden and Ford Models, will be used as the face of a marketing campaign for MTV's virtual worlds, Ford Models' inaugural virtual-world model and will appear in a spot co-branded by MTV and Elizabeth Arden. Finalists will be chosen by an expert panel on January 14, and the winner will be announced on air January 31. ...

Game won a motion to retrieve $40,000 that was seized from his home in Glendale, California, in May, according to TMZ. The rapper (real name: Jayceon Taylor) got the legal win in court on Wednesday. Game is charged with three counts of making a criminal threat, possession of a firearm in a school zone and exhibiting a firearm in the presence of an officer stemming from an incident in February. The rapper, who is free on $50,000 bail, faces more than five years in state prison if convicted. ... According to England's NME, My Chemical Romance are down another man. Guitarist Frank Iero has reportedly dropped out of the band's world tour following Sunday's show in Newcastle, England, due to an undisclosed family member's illness. He will be temporarily replaced by guitar tech Matt Cortez, who previously stood in for bassist Mikey Way when he went on a six-month hiatus from the group earlier this year. The news comes less than a week after drummer Bob Bryar explained his absence from the band's recent shows due to a persistent wrist injury. The sidelining of Iero leaves the band with just three permanent members taking the stage each night. A spokesperson for the band could not be reached at press time. ...

Hurting to see the Foo Fighters? The wait is almost over. The band, which is still hammering away at its U.K. tour stretch, has firmed up six Stateside dates in support of its recent Echoes, Silence, Patience & Grace album: January 23 (Dallas); January 25 (Memphis, Tennessee); January 26 (Nashville); February 18 (Worcester, Massachusetts); February 21 (Philadelphia); and February 24 (Detroit). Aficionados will be pleased to know that former guitarist Pat Smear will be back with the Foos while they're on the road — keyboardist Rami Jaffee (ex-Wallflowers) and violinist Jesse Greene are also along for the ride. A limited number of premium tix being made available through Ticketmaster auctions will benefit TreeBank, which plans to distribute the proceeds to local branches for tree-planting in communities the tour will hit. ... Velvet Revolver canceled their four scheduled concerts in Japan after immigration officials there denied the band's request for visas. According to concert promoter Creativeman Productions, the band was "looking forward to their tour of Japan [because] the upcoming trek was an opportunity to reconnect with their fans in Japan, where the band has toured before — without incident — back in 2005. But now it's a different story as [the band's] request for visas has just been denied. The increasingly tough Japanese immigration officials are taking exception with the backgrounds of various bandmembers, which have included arrests." ...

Kelly Rowland, Nick Lachey, Patti LaBelle and others have been tapped to create America's "greatest" choir for an upcoming competition show that will air live from New York over the course of four nights, from December 17-20. For "Clash of the Choirs," Rowland, Lachey and the three other celebrities involved in the competition will go back to their hometowns and recruit 20 singers, and the choirs will be eliminated one by one until the final evening. The winning choir and respective hometown celeb will get to choose a prize to be donated to their community. ... Carrie Underwood will sidle up alongside Tim McGraw, Rascal Flatts and other country heavyweights for the 2008 Stagecoach country-music festival, which will be held May 3-4 at the same venue that hosts Coachella: Indio, California's Empire Polo Field. Another "American Idol" vet, Kellie Pickler, will also be performing at the event. ... Queens of the Stone Age have lined up a benefit gig that will take place in their native Palm Desert in California on December 9. Proceeds from the show, which will also feature their homies the Eagles of Death Metal, will go to Palm Desert High School, youth-outreach nonprofit Operation SafeHouse and other various Coachella Valley charities. ...

Ne-Yo, Vanessa Hudgens, Colbie Caillat and Katharine McPhee will headline the annual Christmas in Washington benefit show slated to air on TNT on December 12. ... Kelly Clarkson and Reba McEntire can't seem to get enough of each other. First McEntire welcomed the "American Idol" onto her recent Reba Duets album for a rendition of Clarkson's "Because of You." Then the two promoted it with an appearance on "The Oprah Winfrey Show" that also featured Justin Timberlake. Now the ladies are hitting the road together for the 2 Worlds 2 Voices tour, which will launch January 17 in Dayton, Ohio, and wind down February 16 in Kansas City, Missouri, according to Billboard. ...

A judge in Michigan tossed a civil suit Kid Rock filed earlier this year after the rocker failed to appear for a court-ordered deposition. The rocker (real name: Robert James Ritchie) had filed suit against Kelly Ann Kozlowski, claiming she embarrassed and defamed him, but on Wednesday, Oakland County Circuit Court Judge Shalina Kumar nixed the suit and expressed her annoyance at Rock's absence, according to AP. "What's special about him? Why does he get to violate a court's order?" she reportedly asked of Rock's attorney, William Horton, after learning the musician ignored a deposition she had ordered to take place by the end of October. The lawyer blamed scheduling conflicts for the no-show. Kozlowski had sued Rock, claiming he roughed her up outside his Clarkston recording studio back in March. Her claims were investigated by authorities, but no charges were ever brought against Rock. Meanwhile, the judge entered a default against Rock in Kozlowski's complaint, which seeks more than $25,000 in damages. The ruling prevents Rock from contesting Kozlowski's lawsuit at trail in February. ...

Some rare Kurt Cobain memorabilia is up for sale on Craigslist. A seller claims to have gotten hold of four original, signed drawings the late Nirvana frontman made in high school, and he's selling them for $10,000 each, according to Harp magazine. The classified ad reads, "I have four original and signed drawings by Kurt Cobain. Various sizes, mostly Fender guitar-related subject matter. These were done when Kurt was in high school in the 1980s. Quite rare and unusual." ... My Bloody Valentine have rolled out a batch of concert dates after frontman Kevin Shields made the official reunion announcement in an interview broadcast Monday on VBS.tv. According to Billboard, the group will play three dates in the U.K. — June 20 (London), June 28 (Manchester) and July 2 (Glasgow) — and are mulling an offer to participate at the Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival in Indio, California, in late April. ...

Of Montreal and Battles have snatched up seven PLUG Independent Music Award nominations, including Album of the Year and New Artist of the Year. The Arcade Fire and Justice landed six nominations each while Band of Horses and the National nabbed five, and Spoon earned four. Radiohead, Animal Collective, Okkervil River, Sharon Jones & the Dap-Kings, Panda Bear, El-P, Om, Boris, Dan Deacon, Andrew Bird and others were also noticed. The awards ceremony will be held March 6 at Terminal 5 in New York. ...

Multimedia company Guerilla Union — which produces the Rock the Bells and Paid Dues tours — has donated $100,000 to Linkin Park's Music for Relief project on the part of the band and SanDisk Corporation, a flash-data-storage-card company, after staging an event over the weekend. The SanDisk Sunset Strip Block Party served as a launch for the company's new marketing campaign and other products, but also drew attention to the recent wildfires in the area. A handful of bands performing in various venues on West Hollywood, California's Sunset Strip were involved, including LP, Common, the Crystal Method, Z-Trip and others. ... Current and former members of Cave In, Jawbox, Isis, Sunn0))), Dälek and other underground acts have lent their talents to Decimal, the new album by Ringfinger. At the center of the project is Tracy Wilson, who previously sung for now-disbanded group Dahlia Seed. ...

A former Paris Hilton business partner has been arrested on rape charges, according to Florida's Orlando Sentinel. Fereidoun "Fred" Khalilian, the heiress' former partner in Orlando's Club Paris, turned himself in to police on Wednesday after his home was raided by a police SWAT team earlier in the day. He faces charges of false imprisonment and sexual battery stemming from an incident on Friday. ... Lindsay Lohan's father, Michael, is planning to open a restaurant that his daughter "can be around people she can trust — where she can hang her hat and call her own," according to People. He is reportedly looking for a location in Los Angeles for the restaurant, for which he said Lindsay will be part-owner, although the opening date and menu are not yet known. Michael Lohan has another item on his agenda: He's participating in the ninth annual Great Thanksgiving Banquet for homeless people at the New York City Rescue Mission on Monday. Meals will be served from noon until 7 p.m., and 1,000 shelter-based ho