Article Title:Air NZ floats LiLo vid
Category:Entertainment
Author or Credit:GayNZ.com
Published on:2nd August 2011 - 04:17 pm
Published by:GayNZ.com
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Story ID:10685
Text:Air New Zealand has taken its publicity machine to new heights with a  video featuring an 'exclusive interview' the love him or hate him puppet Rico has carried out with trouble-magnet and bisexual starlet Lindsay Lohan. Blogs and celeb-sites all over the globe are jumping on the campaign, which was launched today, just as quickly as they picked up the indubitably camp Richard Simmons in-flight film in March. As she attempts another comeback, Lohan joins the ever-inappropriate Rico on the Skycouch to chat about everything imaginable. She reveals that she loves to travel, but has not yet made it down to New Zealand. "I've not been, but I would love to go. I hear it's beautiful," she told Rico. "I just know the beaches are beautiful - and I have some very nice friends from there. You'll have to invite me sometime." Watch the video below, if you dare: GayNZ.com - 2nd August 2011
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