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We're Shacking Up

in Beverly Hills

1/31/2013 1:00 AM PST BY TMZ STAFF

0130-dina-lohan-beverly-hills-hotel-tmzLindsay Lohan's hotel rejection streak is OVER ... 'cause she and her mother Dina were finally able to score a room at the legendary Beverly Hills Hotel ... TMZ has learned.

We broke the story ... LiLo and DiLo were turned away from TWO famous hotels in Santa Monica late last night ... after they arrived in L.A. for Lindsay's court hearing.

But the search continued ... and the Lohan ladies were finally able to find a suite in the Hills of Beverly ... at the same hotel where Howard Hughes lived on and off for 30 years.

In fact, the BHH has hosted some of the most famous people in the world ... including John Wayne, The Beatles ... and even Liz Taylor.

It's also where Harvey Levin famously asked Paris Hilton how she felt about TMZ users comparing her to a "fart in a mitten" back in 2006. Enjoy ...



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Super Bowl XLVII: Ravens vs. 49ers – Who has the edge?

FOXBORO, MA - JANUARY 20: Joe Flacco #5 of the Baltimore Ravens gets pressured by Justin Francis #94 of the New England Patriots during the 2013 AFC Championship game at Gillette Stadium on January 20, 2013 in Foxboro, Massachusetts. (Photo by Jared Wickerham/Getty Images) Jared Wickerham / Getty Images

WHEN THE RAVENS RUN THE BALL: Ray Rice is the name everyone recognizes because he’s Baltimore’s lead back and has great ability to pop a big play. But keep an eye out for Bernard Pierce. He’s Baltimore’s change-of-pace runner and that change is a bigger, stronger version of Rice with the ability to break a long run as he did in the playoff win over Indianapolis when he had a 43-yard run. Pierce is averaging 6.3 yards per carry in the playoffs — better than either Rice or the 49ers’ Frank Gore. The 49ers were among the league’s elite defenses in the regular season, and one reason is they stop the run. They were fourth best in the NFL in that category, allowing 94.2 yards per game. The 49ers enjoy forcing their opponents into a pass-oriented approach so they can unleash Aldon Smith and Justin Smith on the quarterback. But when teams are able to work play-action, as the Ravens like to do, it stalls the Niners pass rush. That’s the reason it is important for the Ravens to remain balanced, and to do that, they must run effectively. ADVANTAGE: Baltimore.

WHEN THE RAVENS PASS THE BALL: Quarterback Joe Flacco proclaimed himself an elite quarterback earlier this season, but his 22 touchdown passes in the regular season didn’t exactly prove the point. His NFL-playoffs-leading eight touchdowns without an interception have made the point in much bolder fashion. Flacco is completing only 54.8 percent of his passes in the playoffs, but he has attacked defenses over the top with deep completions to Jacoby Jones and Torrey Smith. Flacco has 15 completions of 20-plus yards and five completions of 40 yards or more during the Ravens’ playoff run. Even possession receiver Anquan Boldin’s yards per catch average has grown to an impressive 17.3 yards, which is deep-threat average. The 49ers are the best defense Baltimore has faced, and they simply do not allow bombs over their heads with 30 seconds to play in the game, as Denver did. They are a great — not good — tackling defense, and they do a good job of rushing the passer, as well. ADVANTAGE: San Francisco.

WHEN THE 49ERS RUN THE BALL: The San Francisco “Pistol” offense is the latest, hottest thing in the NFL. It is a mixture of the spread option and veer and pro-set. It asks the quarterback — in this case Colin Kaepernick — to not only be an option in the running game, but also actually be the first option of the running game. Let’s see how long that lasts in the NFL. Kaepernick, who runs a 4.4 in the 40-yard dash, is the perfect catalyst for the attack. The 49ers have also had great success running the look because Kaepernick can hand to Frank Gore, and he’s only the franchise’s all-time leading rusher. The creative blocking schemes the team uses are executed by an offensive line that boasts three former first-round draft picks and has been together for a while. If the Pistol can be stopped, the Ravens are a good bet to be the team to do it. They have had two weeks to figure it out. The Ravens looked at what the St. Louis Rams did in two games against San Francisco. The Rams were 1-0-1 against San Francisco this season and quite successful in playing assignment football on defense. If the Ravens can keep their gap and assignment discipline, they might force the 49ers to become one-dimensional. That’s what Baltimore wants to do. ADVANTAGE: San Francisco.

WHEN THE 49ERS PASS THE BALL: No, Colin Kaepernick is not a classic passer. His motion is a bit jerky, and he doesn’t always have good footwork. He is largely still unproven because Super Bowl XLVII will be only his 10th career start. But the second-year player is on fire in the playoffs. His 105.9 quarterback rating is the second-best of any playoff quarterback. His 9.54 yards per pass attempt is the best of any playoff quarterback, and he shows is not afraid to throw deeper balls. The Niners have an array of weapons in the passing game, but it seems odd that perhaps their most gifted pass-catcher — tight end Vernon Davis — has watched his stats decline since Kaepernick took over the starting job from Alex Smith. Wideout Michael Crabtree, meanwhile, has become San Francisco’s most dangerous player in the passing game. The Ravens are not a great pass-rush team as in years past. They aren’t particularly adept at causing turnovers, either. But they don’t give up plays over the top of their defense. They force teams to play error-free. ADVANTAGE: Baltimore.

SPECIAL TEAMS: Wouldn’t it be ironic if Ted Ginn Jr., a former Dolphins first-round pick and bust, factored into the outcome of this game? He gets his chance returning punts for the 49ers. The more recognized returner, however, is Jacoby Jones, who was signed by Baltimore off the Houston roster to be a threat as both a punt and kickoff returner. One thing is certain: If this game comes down to a field goal try by the 49ers, they better get kicker David Akers very close. Akers connected on only 69 percent of his kicks this season — second-worst in the NFL. He connected on only 9 of 19 attempts from 40 yards out or more. ADVANTAGE: Baltimore.

COACHING: Both teams had a two weeks to prepare for this game which means something significant is about to change. Both Harbaugh brothers — Jim and John — have never lost an NFL game following a bye. Ravens coach John Harbaugh is 6-0 while brother and San Francisco coach Jim Harbaugh is 3-0-1. Both of these coaching staffs are highly experienced and full of quality football minds. It’s a toss-up. ADVANTAGE: Even.

605 days ago

Suzy Q     

Maddy, thanks for the great new avi idea for the day! I got teh image from DListed and call it "Punxsutawney Lindsay".

Six more weeks of debauchery! Yay!!

605 days ago

Suzy Q     

See you Dead Head Threads later!

605 days ago

Suzy Q     

Someone in my air space is demanding I right my wrong and say:

"See you Grateful Dead Thread Heads later!"

(The things you have to do....)

605 days ago


Thats sometimes the problem with tmz. The pics look FAB and you turn it into an avi and it just doesn't 'show' well. Oh well, back to the drawing board . . .

605 days ago

Grandma Cracker    

I love Zeph's skinny legs and black socks avi.

SUPER MAXIMUM LOL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

605 days ago

Bear King of the Dead Thread Heads (and he means it)    

What?........nothing new?....well, SOMEBODY has her mouth full.

605 days ago

pattycakes not to be confused with pattycake    

Good evening dahlings. I've been doing a little research on the Gotti biopic. John Travolta., Kelly Preston, Ella Bleu Travolts, Al Pacino and Chaz Palmintieri(misspelled sorry). Scheduled release date 2014. No mention of our little darling. Though I think Duina would make a good Victoria! Haha!

605 days ago


Morning all.

605 days ago


Morning Regina........
I have a tale to tell........with a moral at the end like Asop's Fables.......
One day a foolish lady left her older hubby to watch the two younger grandsons while she and the older boy drive into town to get some gorcery's at the supermarket with is 30 miles into town....The boys mother and dad was taking a day and evening off to celebrate the wifes birthday...anyway.....she gets back home and walks in and in surprise everything is still standing and nothing looks messed up and both boys and papaw are in the den watching tv and not out in the snow and cold.....Well she thinks that went well...................Until...............she spies her old QuickPad word processor setting on the floor near the couch.....Oh it old and outdated but you can carry it around anywhere and work on it without worry about anything but batterys and its her favorite tool to write on and she had parts of two new books in that things......One was almost done 11 chapters long and another was about 6 so she is in moral dread as she picked it up and checked it......"Where did you get this?" she asks the room at large.....knowing it was tucked up on the shelf in her office when she left......"Oh Papaw said I could use it so I's can write like you go grandmaw.....see i wrotes you a story about killing a bear....(he is into hunting now . a 4 yr old great white hunter) I was going to type on the puter but grandpaw said it would be better to use this so's we can come in here and watch the cowboy movie...." ........What could she do....One story was almost completely deleted and the other was all jumbled up....When she looked at her husband he said I didn't think you used that old thing you got your IPad."...........
So she gets up and goes off to her office and closes the door and sits and stares at her poor old QuickPad and morns the lose of all that work cause she was foolish enough to think she could leave two little boys with a 70 yr old man and come one without a desaster of some kind.....He may be one of the best old soldiers around but he isn't nothing but putty in the hands of his grandsons........The End......
Think I will have another glass of wine.....I'm deserve one or two tonight......

605 days ago


I am no fan of Paris Hilton but I think this is the cruelest interview I have ever heard.

605 days ago

Grandma Cracker    

If TMZ is going to turn into Bieber Central with a bunch of Chris Brown and Bobby Christina, too much money and too much getto I just may BARF

605 days ago


I am feeling quite mello now......LOL I found I had back up Rainy's story in print up to the 8 chapter ao all I have to do is retype it back in and as for other like Regina said it was early work and would have been torned apart several times more so its not to bad......
Like my daddy always said Shyt happens and when it does all you can do it shovel it up and clean a path thru it.......He was a Coal Miner and steel mill worker so he knew everything you would ever what to know about shoveling.......LOL......Died of Black Lung...from working in the 54........
Think I will close this Farmstead down earlier then normal tonight.....So I will say Adio........and Goodnight........Have fun and stay safe and warm

605 days ago


Poor Lying Coward Marvin, I don't pay any attention to him for a couple days (because unlike HIM I'm actually BUSY with zhit). he has to make one of his patented ambush slap.
Hate to break it to you Delusional Lying, halfwit Marvin but I have not made ANY of the statements you attributed to me except to call you yellow or chicken (which people who REALLY have IQ's of 137 grasp is synonymous with COWARDICE.)
I challenge yo again to prove that I have made any of the statements you attribute to me.

So other then the LiLO...ho attacks and the turbinator and soon be dead attacks......oh yeah duck lips, probably by the person who insisted on calling me a yellow chicken for six months......


605 days ago

Grandma Cracker    

PUPPY BOWL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

605 days ago
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