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Lilo Banned

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Word on the street is that no designers want to lend clothes to Lindsay Lohan anymore—and some insiders are saying that LiLo's even been banned by some labels. Like Pamella Roland. So, how did Lohan get her paws on the sparkly Roland jumpsuit at the MTV Movie Awards? Apparently, Katy Perry was meant to wear it, but decided on something else at the last minute. So Lohan snatched it up. "They would never let her wear it. Designers don't want her to be seen in their clothes," a source tells E!. Don't worry, Linds, celebs bounce back from this all the time. Remember when Tom Ford wouldn't lend to Victoria Beckham? We even heard that designer wouldn't lend to Tinsley Mortimer when she was filming her show. Time heals all fashion wounds. [E!]