With Lindsay Lohan’s much publicized sit-down with Oprah Winfrey airing tonight, we can’t wait to find out what juicy tidbits we’ll be talking about tomorrow. As we know, interviews with celebrities can be unbelievably revealing — sometimes with unexpected results.
Fresh off her 2007 stint in jail, socialite Paris Hilton went on Larry King Live to tell her side of the story. She somewhat unconvincingly claimed she rarely engaged in drinking and using drugs, despite various arrests to the contrary.
American Idol judge Paula Abdul was visibly inebriated during an interview with a Fox affiliate. She was very animated and offered delayed responses to simple questions.
Remember Charlie Sheen's rolling manic tirade a few years back? The Two And A Half Men star sat down with NBC's Jeff Rossen, discussing everything from having "tiger blood" and "Adonis DNA," to demanding $3 million per episode to return to his hit show.
In a 2002 interview with Diane Sawyer, pop legend Whitney Houston was asked about alleged problems with drugs. Houston specifically denied using crack cocaine, uttering that "crack is wack," and that she was too classy to ever indulge in such a "cheap" high.
Martin Bashir's 2003 documentary/interview with Michael Jackson offered him unprecedented access — and also raised eyebrows among fans. Jackson revealed that he saw nothing wrong with sharing his bed with children, one of the more peculiar claims in the wide-ranging piece.