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Lindsay Lohan slated to appear on Letterman show

Lindsay Lohan will be a guest on ‘‘Late Show With David Letterman’’ on April 9, according to CBS. It will be her first ‘‘Late Show’’ appearance in six years. Lohan is promoting her guest appearance on the FX sitcom ‘‘Anger Management,’’ which will air two days later. On that episode, she will be playing herself, but as a therapy patient of series star Charlie Sheen. Lohan and Sheen also recently worked together in ‘‘Scary Movie 5,’’ opening this month. The actress is facing 90 days in rehab as part of a plea deal in a misdemeanor car crash case in California.

Walters mum on plans

Barbara Walters says the paparazzi were lying in wait, but she’s not saying anything about her future employment. Walters, 83, returned to ‘‘The View’’ on Monday, after reports circulated widely the previous Friday that she would be retiring from television in May 2014. The television news legend said photographers were waiting for her as she went to work on Monday, expecting she would discuss her future plans on the air. Instead, Walters had nothing to say about whether the stories were true, saying, ‘‘I have no announcement to make.’’ Walters created ‘‘The View’’ in 1997.

Cure to play Lollapalooza

The Cure will make their first Lollapalooza appearance in the festival’s more than 20-year history this summer, joining fellow headliners Mumford and Sons, the Killers, and Nine Inch Nails, Lollapalooza founder Perry Farrell announced Monday. Other acts among the lineup of some 130 bands include Phoenix, Thievery Corporation, Tegan and Sara, Cat Power, New Order, and Lana Del Rey. Vampire Weekend will play the Aug. 2-4 festival in Chicago just months after their new album, ‘‘Modern Vampires of the City,’’ is released in May. The Lumineers, coming off last year’s hit, ‘‘Hey Ho,’’ will also perform. Mumford and Sons rises to a headlining spot this year. Their latest album, ‘‘Babel,’’ has sold more than 1 million copies.

Hockey team to wear Livestrong jerseys


The Canadian women’s hockey team will wear black and yellow Livestrong jerseys in its first game of the world championships. Still, players and coaches harbored conflicting emotions about the cancer charity’s connection to Lance Armstrong after the cyclist admitted to doping. Nike’s line of Livestrong apparel raises money for the organization established 16 years ago by Armstrong, a cancer survivor. The cycling star’s relationship with the charity ended last year after revelations that he took performance-enhancing drugs and lied about it for years.

Cast member found dead

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A cast member of the MTV reality show ‘‘Buckwild’’ was found dead Monday in a sport utility vehicle in a ditch along with his uncle and a third, unidentified person, authorities said. Kanawha County Sheriff’s Department Corporal B.D. Humphreys said the bodies of cast member Shain Gandee, 21, his uncle David Gandee, 48, and the third person were found Monday in a remote area near Sissonville, W.Va. Authorities had been searching for the men since early Sunday morning. They were last seen around 3 a.m. Sunday at a bar in Sissonville, and they told people they were going driving off-road. No details were provided on the condition of the vehicle or the bodies. Humphreys said no foul play was suspected.

Lea love

“I love and support Cory and will stand by him through this.” — Lea Michele, in a statement after her boyfriend, fellow “Glee” star Cory Monteith, checked himself into rehab on Sunday for substance abuse.