STRUGGLING AFTER REHAB
Three months after she left court-ordered rehab and told Oprah
Winfrey she was "whole again," Lindsay Lohan
isn't staying sober anymore, two close sources tell PEOPLE. "I don't understand why she would want to chance it," says a friend who saw Lohan, 27, drink recently. A rep for Lohan insists the actress is "succeeding in her recovery. This is not a public matter." But sources say things changed in October, when Lohan parted ways with her sober coach, seemed stressed about financial troubles and started stepping out to nightspots in New York City and L.A. She hasn't been seen drinking openly, though at a private get-together on Oct. 22, she was photographed seemingly reaching for a bottle of wine at her table (Lohan insists she was reaching for her purse). Another source familiar with her struggles confirms she is no longer sober. "The bad behavior brings her sympathy and notoriety," the source says. "She's not ready to be a truly sober person with an unknown future and no guarantee of fame and success."
On Halloween Lohan (followed by OWN cameras filming a series about her recovery) arrived late to a Foxwoods Resort Casino party in Connecticut that she was paid to host. With her mother, Dina, and brother Michael Jr. joining her, she steered clear of alcohol and "was articulate and engaging with the audience," says a partygoer. Lohan, who has been to rehab at least six times, isn't legally prohibited from drinking. But if she fails to obey any laws, she could get up to 245 days in jail for violating probation in L.A. stemming from her necklace-theft case and two DUIs. Her friend is worried she's on a dangerous path: "It's one glass of wine, but one glass of wine can turn into a bottle. She loves to be around people and go out, and that's what people do when they go out: They drink. Her sober coach used to say, 'How many times can you go to the barber-shop and not get a haircut?'"
BABY NO. 2
When Drew Barrymore
hit the red carpet in L.A. on Nov. 2, her Vivienne Westwood dress wasn't what turned heads: It was her adorable baby bump and pregnancy glow. "It's surreal and incredible," Barrymore, 38, told PEOPLE hours after she and husband Will Kopelman, 36, announced they are expecting their second child together. After welcoming their daughter in October 2012, "We just wanted so badly for Olive to have a sibling. I'm overjoyed. I just feel really lucky and blessed." The actress confesses she's also feeling quite hungry: "Oh my God, I'm eating everything!" she says. "I can't get enough of Chinese food. It's all I want!"
WHO'S THAT GIRL?
CATCH UP WITH THE WOMEN WHO WOWED US IN THESE ICONIC DURAN DURAN MUSIC VIDEOS
Princess Reema Ruspoli
"It's quite extraordinary to be stopped continually with, 'Are you Rio?'" she says. "To this day, I seem to be more Rio than Reema." Ruspoli isn't just pop-video royalty: She is married to an Italian prince and lives in Tuscany with their three sons. Fun fact: The video was actually shot in Antigua!
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Since the video's fictional underground rebellion occurs in France, it was only appropriate that a Gallic girl be front and center. The former Miss France, 50, continues to act in French-language films.
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Sheila Ming Burgess
"Shooting the video was a dream," says former model Burgess, 66, who lives in Bermuda with her husband and his three kids from a previous marriage. "I rode an elephant, and Simon Le Bon gave me one of his panama straw hats. It blew off my head, and the elephant stepped on it. I cherished that hat for quite some time, elephant footprint and all."
MICHAEL DOUGLAS & CATHERINE ZETA-JONES
SPENDING TIME TOGETHER
While on the red carpet for his new film Last Vegas, Michael Douglas, 69, happily took a phone call from Catherine Zeta-Jones
, 44. The next day, on Halloween, the pair dressed up as horror-film villain Michael Myers and Snow White to go trick-or-treating with kids Dylan, 13, and Carys, 10, near their Bedford, N.Y., home, where they both spent time over the weekend. Though they separated earlier this year after 13 years of marriage, Douglas and Zeta-Jones—who continue to wear their wedding rings—appear openly optimistic about the state of their relationship. "I'm very hopeful," Douglas told Tonight Show host Jay Leno on Oct. 21. "Sometimes people take a little bit of a break, but this doesn't necessarily mean that's the end." Still, despite the family time, "everything remains the same," a source close to the couple tells Scoop. "They have not moved back in together."
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, 33, and fiancé Eric Johnson, 34, have bid adieu to their five-bedroom, six-bathroom abode renovated by Rachel Ashwell. "The house has a magical French setting with total privacy," their selling agents Branden Williams and Rayni Romito tell Scoop.
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