Everything happened when Lohan and Ronson called into the radio show Loveline last night to chat with DJ Ted Stryker about DJ AM's recent survival of a plane crash that killed four other passengers.
Lindsay Lohan is saddened by this news and she wrote in her MySpace blog to urge people to pray for these two guys. Samantha Ronson also join in to comment:
"Please send your prayers out to Adam Goldstien and Travis Barker - along with the others lost in the plane crash... it's so scary to think that life can end so fast... we must all treasure each and every moment - and be thankful for what we have."
Lohan and Ronson have accompanied each other almost everywhere for over two years now, attend public events together, wear matching rings, kiss in public, and have had their relationship captured in countless photographs. They have even spoken out together against Gov. Sarah Palin's anti-gay stance.
After months of refusing to comment on the public speculation about their relationship, actress Lindsay Lohan and DJ Samantha Ronson finally publicly confirmed their relationship in a L.A. radio call-in show last night, in a short, casual exchange confirming that they've been together "a very long time."
In wrapping up the conversation, Stryker casually asked Lindsay on air, "Now, you guys, you and Samantha have been going out for how long now? Like two years? One year? Five months? Two months?" Lohan responded, "A long...a very long time."
"I hope you guys stay together, you're a very lovely looking couple," Stryker added, to which Lindsay replied, "Thank you very much."
For months they teased the public with tender public displays of affection, accompanying each other everywhere, donning matching rings, and doing everything but just saying it outright.
In finally admitting the status of their relationship, Linds and Sam join other celesbians such as Ellen DeGeneres, Portia de Rossi, Cynthia Nixon and Sarah Paulson.