Lindsay Lohan in court: the white dress, the manicure
But while the judge was declaring that Lohan was "no different than anyone else," the Ministry noticed that the $595 Kimberly Ovitz design won't be available to "anyone else" until mid-April. So, that makes Lilo a little different, yes? (Kimberly is a bit different too: Her dad's none other than Mike Ovitz, the Creative Artists Agency co-founder and onetime Walt Disney Co. president.)
The actress reportedly went with all white to signify her innocence on a charge of felony grand theft, TMZ said.
Lohan has slipped a bit in the manicure department since the four-letter faux pas she flaunted in court last July, but that's probably for the best. The only message being sent was the "Shhh" tattoo on her right index finger -- possibly to discourage anyone from saying too much about the shabby paint job on her digits.
Oh man, we're just being catty now, aren't we? But you're welcome to join in, or defend Lindsay, as long as you keep it clean -- that's what comments are for.
-- Christie D'Zurilla
Top photo: Lindsay Lohan navigates a crush of media on her way into the Airport Courthouse on Feb. 9, 2011. Credit: Mike Nelson / European Pressphoto Agency
Left photos: Lohan's manicure and tattoo, left, at her Feb. 9, 2011, arraignment, and a very different manicure, right, at her July 6, 2010, appearance at the Beverly Hills Courthouse. Credits: David McNew / Associated Press, left; Mario Anzuoni / Reuters, right.
Right photo: In her white dress, Lohan arrives at the Airport Courthouse for her arraignment. Credit: Mark Ralston / AFP / Getty Images.