There isn't a day that goes by that we don't hear how much cocaine Lindsay was supposedly snorting, or how Britney likes to bare her "beep," and I'd really like to forget about Paris and her eating disorder thin-yet very pregnant friend Nicole (at least she is finally eating for one)
But if you think these girls are naughty just wait the bad girl trend continues!
1. Hayden Panettiere. She might have started off sweet and innocent in the soap stories but this sexy cheerleader from the hit show Heroes doesn't have me fooled. She's been spotted several times at Hollywood's hot spots and partying it up with Lindsay Lohan. Plus apparently her mom likes to let loose with her- something that is also very similar to LaLohan and her mom Dina.
But according to Hollywood.com the budding bad girl has said she "hates being called 'The Next Lindsay Lohan'--because she wants to be famous for acting and not partying"
2. Rumer Willis. Remember when Demi Moore and Bruce Willis had children? Yes well one of them has been getting into a bit of trouble lately. To me she's a lot like Nicole and Paris for the fact that they all are famous for doing nothing... except having famous parents. I hear a "Rumer" the trouble started when pictures circulated on the Internet with her and a bunch of condoms in her mouth. Plus she was caught in the middle of a pot bust recently which I'm sure hasn't made mom, dad, and daddy number 2-Ashton very happy.
According to E! Online "The 18-year-old second-generation thespian was present in a Maryland hotel room... when a 32-year-old man was busted on a misdemeanor charge of marijuana possession"
Just who is next Hollywood?
Britney, Paris, Lindsay Be Gone
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