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Jensations: Tuesday, July 27

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By JENNIFER VANDER SANDEN
Updated 1:54 PM CST, Fri, Jan 13, 2012

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Crying Game: We're getting some straight talk on how Lindsay Lohan is handling her time behind bars. "Pretty Wild" star Alexis Neiers, who finished a 30-day jail sentence on Friday for her part in burglarizing Orlando Bloom's house, was in the cell next to Lohan. She tells E! News she could hear the 24-year-old troubled star crying in the cell. Neiers also says there were signs that Lohan was getting some special treatment. "I mean, she got to keep her extensions in and everything, which most people don't, and the girls were like, 'Ah, they had to take my weave out and cut it all out and, 'you know, stuff like that," Neiers said.

Commander Clef: Musician Wyclef Jean plans to announce his candidacy for president of Haiti, Canadian newspaper Le Droit reports. The newspaper says sources close to the government in Haiti's capital city of Port-Au-Prince says Jean is only waiting for paperwork to be finalized before he makes the official announcement. The singer was born in Haiti, but moved to Brooklyn where he was raised. He's been instrumental in raising money for the Caribbean nation since the January earthquake.

Up for Auction: Things are about to get very real for one housewife. Items belonging to Teresa Giudice from "The Real Housewives of New Jersey" are about to go up on the auction block. Teresa and husband Joe filed for bankruptcy last October saying they needed a fresh start, but a trustee from their case says the two were hiding assets. Now items, including a grand piano, two flat-screen televisions, several chairs and sofas and a snow plow, are going to be sold to the highest bidder. A rep for Giudice denies the auction, but her lawyers tells People the sale is slated for August 22nd at the couple's home, but adds that he is appealing the decision.

Pay Up: Diddy owes the big city some serious money. New York City Finance Commissioner David Frankel tells Perez Hilton the rapper has been fined almost $1 million for illegally putting up promotional posters all over the Big Apple. "We are going to find these people. We're going to turn them upside down by their ankles and we're going to shake them until they money comes out of their pockets," Frankel said.

Curtain Call: Looks like the ladies of "Sex and the City' can hang up their Louboutins. Kristin Davis, who played Charlotte on the show and in the movies, says talk of another sequel is "not looking good." Davis says she's convinced poor reviews for the second theatrical installment will discourage producers from making a third film.

Role Reversal: Amanda Bynes takes back what she recently said about quitting the biz. "I've unretired," the 24-year-old actress tweeted over the weekend. About a month ago, Bynes said she had decided to leave showbiz. Maybe someone made her an offer she just couldn't refuse.

Tonight's 2 to TiVo:

"Wipeout" - 7:00pm on ABC: Tonight, couples take on the course in a 2 hour special!

"Kathy Griffin: My Life on the D-List" - 9:00pm on Bravo: I honestly haven't seen a preview for tonight's episode, but I know I'll laugh!

First Published: Jul 27, 2010 2:12 AM CST

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