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Read this: Carey Mulligan talks bad hair days; Lohan heads back to the hoosegow; Stephen Colbert testifies on the Hill

-Some advice to young actresses hoping to land those big Hollywood roles: Be careful how you wear your hair. So says Carey Mulligan, whose tightly-cropped coiffure failed to impress director Oliver Stone.


"I walked in, terrified to meet him, and he came out of his room, came towards me and went, 'Your hair's short.' And turned around and walked away."

It worked out ok in the end, though. Mulligan stars in Stone's recent film, "Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps."

-Lindsay Lohan dressed extra-cute for her court appearance today. It didn't help. A judge has ordered the trouble-prone, who recently failed a court-mandated drug test, to remain in custody until late October.

-Our colleague Dan Zak recaps comedian Stephen Colbert's appearance before a House Judiciary Committee on immigration this morning.

By The Reliable Source  | September 24, 2010; 1:15 PM ET
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