Morning Links: Beyoncé Debuts Video For ‘Love On Top’, Sean Penn Calls the Tea Party Racist

● There have already been videos for “Run the World (Girls),” “1+1,” and “Countdown,” and now the New Edition-inspired “Love On Top” makes four from Four. [Beyoncé/YouTube] ● Sean Penn suspects that the Tea Party — or the “Get the N-Word Out of the White House Party,” as he thinks they might be more aptly called — has just one, very racist thought: “At the end of the day, there’s a big bubble coming out of their heads, saying, ‘Can we just lynch him?'” he told Piers Morgan. [THR] ● Lindsay Lohan faces another year and a half in the slammer if she is found guilty on Wednesday of violating her probation by skipping community service dates and therapy appointments. [TMZ]

● Meet Mary Kate and Ashley’s rising younger sister, Elizabeth, who has been careful to make sure her debut is as an adult actor rather than a child star. [NYT] ● “Alan,” a dead man whose body will be mummified “like an Egyptian pharaoh” on Britain’s Channel 4, just might be reality television’s first post-life star. [DailyMail] ● Coldplay named their upcoming album Mylo Xyloto because they wanted something “Un-Googleable” for their fifth album, and also because, as Chris Martin says, “Mylo” is “just a great name…for anything.” [NYT]

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