Star Scoop: Lindsay Lohan on ‘The Tonight Show,’ Jay-Z Collabs With Coldplay for NYE, Big Sale for ‘Wizard of Oz’

Lindsay Lohan may no longer be appearing in an exclusive interview with Barbara Walters on 20/20, but that doesn't mean she's giving up primetime sit downs for good. In fact, the Liz & Dick star will appear on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno on November 20, days before her Lifetime TV debut. [Today]

Dorothy may have clicked her red slippers to go home in the 1939 original The Wizard of Oz, but the gingham dress she wore in the cinema classic is going home with someone else. An anonymous buyer boughtthe famed Judy Garland dress for a whopping $480,000 at a Beverly Hills auction this past weekend. Other notable sells included a purple skirt worn by Marilyn Monroe for $50,000 and a slice of Prince William and Kate Middleton's wedding cake for a cool $1,375. [Yahoo!]

Now you can ring in the New Year the Brooklyn way thanks to hometown hero Jay-Z. The RocNation and Brooklyn Nets frontman will be headlining a two-day concert at none other than the Barclays Center with friend Chris Martin of Coldplay. It'll be their second time toasting to “Auld Lang Syne” night since their 2010 NYE set in Las Vegas. [MTV]

Entertainment Tonight is getting some new energy. Former CNN meteorologist Rob Marciano is being added to the lineup as Nancy O'Dell's new co-anchor. He'll begin his new role January 2013. [ET Online]

Led Zeppelin is charting a television slot for its comeback Celebration Day. In anticipation of the band's new November 19 release, two songs from its archives are being conjured up for NBC's Revolution. Catch the primetime debut of”Kashmir” and “Since I've Been Loving You” next Monday at 10:00 p.m. [Yahoo]