Scoop: Lindsay plans to enter rehab – on her own

How many times have we heard this? Lindsay Lohan is reportedly serious about cleaning up her act and straightening out her life, and she’s headed back to rehab. Voluntarily. TMZ sources said the starlet is tired of, well, getting thrown in jail seemingly every other week, as she was briefly Friday before a judge reversed the decision to hold her without bail.

The actress reportedly plans to enter a live-in facility in Los Angeles, regardless of her sentence. Also, Lindsay will again have to wear the alcohol-monitoring ankle bracelet she “hates,” a source said.

“She will step up her treatment and do more than what she was previously ordered to do,” a source told People magazine.

One bright spot: LiLo won’t lose her role in the upcoming “Inferno,” as the production will reportedly relocate from a planned Louisiana shoot to Los Angeles to accommodate court-ordered restrictions on her travel.

RECONCILIATION?

We were bummed when Jenny McCarthy and Jim Carrey split up — they seemed so perfect for each other! — so we were heartened to hear buzz that they may be getting back together, even if it comes from the dubious source that is Star magazine. The tabloid reported that the pair got back in touch in late August and now speak almost daily.

“Jenny has told Jim that she missed him, and he didn’t want to end it in the first place,” a source said. “Jenny now thinks she may have rushed into breaking up with Jim. He can be hard to deal with, but he can also be so sweet and loving and fun.”

Though Jenny has been seen getting close to a male model and Jim has a new gal pal, the comedians reportedly still share a connection.

“Jim’s daughter, Jane, had urged Jenny to take him back all along,” the insider said. “Everyone in their circles agrees that Jim and Jenny belong together.”

THIRD TIME’S A CHARM?

Forget about Jennifer Aniston supposedly still being hung up on Brad Pitt — she’s supposedly hung up on John Mayer now, according to OK! magazine.

“Jen feels it was actually John who was the life of her life and the one who got away,” a source told the tabloid, which claims the on-off couple are now back together.

The former “Friends” star and the singer-songwriter are said to have reconciled after he assured her that he “hadn’t been dating, that he’d given up one-night stands and hooking up with groupies and was done mouthing off to the press about his private life.”

However, her rep told People magazine that reports that they have reconnected are “a work of fiction. Jennifer is not romantically involved with John Mayer.”

‘PUBLICITY’ HOUND?

What does Kim Kardashian’s ex miss most about her — the curves, the sexy outfits, the drive to succeed? Nope. The reality TV star’s most recent romantic interest, football player Miles Austin, misses the “publicity” that came with being close to her, according to an Us magazine source.

“Sure, he liked her to an extent, but he loved the publicity a lot more,” the insider said.

And Kim reportedly found it convenient to have him on her arm at events.

The Dallas Cowboys player is said to be “pumped because dating her really put him into the national spotlight,” the insider said. “He thought she was cool, but by no means is he heartbroken.” Ouch!

Kitty Raymond is an entertainment writer and astrologer. She welcomes feedback at kitty@media-darling.com.

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