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This just in...: Carla Bruni-Sarkozy shoots Woody Allen film; Christie Brinkley unloads Long Island home; Lohan's weave will stay on in the slammer


Carla Bruni-Sarkozy on the set of "Midnight in Paris" with director Woody Allen and co-star Owen Wilson. (Miguel Medina/AFP/Getty Images)



  • Carla Bruni-Sarkozy shot a small scene on the streets of Paris Tuesday for Woody Allen's new film, "Paris in Midnight." France's first lady, who has a small role as a museum director, spent five hours shooting with Owen Wilson; President Nicolas Sarkozy turned up to watch her acting debut.
  • Christie Brinkley is selling one of her homes in the Hamptons -- a five-bedroom mansion in Sag Harbor. She bought it six years ago for $7.15 million; she's asking $15.75 million.
  • Lindsay Lohan got to keep her hair extensions in jail -- unlike other inmates who are forced to remove theirs -- because they are sewn near her scalp, reports the L.A. Times. A sheriff's spokesman explained that the actress didn't receive any special treatment -- it's just that her extensions are bonded to her hair and not detachable.


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