Many of Carrie Fisher's colleagues are understandably still reeling from the iconic star's sudden passing earlier this week.
One person who was greatly affected by the Star Wars actress' generosity was Corey Feldman, who starred alongside the 60-year-old and Tom Hanks in the 1989 comedy The ‘Burbs.
It was during their time together on set that Corey says Carrie tried to help the then-18-year-old get off drugs — something she'd personally been through herself.
The 45-year-old remembers to People:
"She was just very supportive and very positive and sweet. Every minute on the set with her was a pure joy, honestly. We never had an argument; we never had an awkward moment."
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The newly-married musician went on:
She said yes!
Corey Feldman popped the question to longtime girlfriend Courtney Anne over the weekend as the two celebrated their fourth anniversary together! How exciting!
People reports the two were vacationing in Palm Springs when the 45-year-old decided to take the plunge for fear President-Elect Donald Trump's new immigration laws would send the aspiring model back to Canada.
Although that's not the most romantic reason, the former child actor made it a sweet moment with a middle school-style note.
He gushed to the outlet:
Corey Feldman is telling the truth.
In this week's issue of People Magazine, Corey debunked the rampant rumors that he's slipped back into using drugs. The denial comes on the heels of his disastrous Today show performance in September.
According to Corey, he is 100% clean and all the allegations couldn't be further from the truth. In fact, Mr. Feldman insists he has been clean for a whopping twenty-five years.
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The former child star argued:
"There's nothing in this world that would ever make me do cocaine or heroin or any of that stuff ever again."
Phew, what a relief!
As for who inspires him to stay sober, Corey revealed his 12-year-old son Zen is a constant pillar of support:
A few mean comments ain't gonna keep him down!
Earlier this month, Corey Feldman got reamed for his over-the-top performance of his new song Go 4 It on the Today Show — and later admitted he started "sobbing" after reading critics' scathing reviews.
But like any true artist, the Goonies actor just couldn't stay away from the stage, and this week had quite the comeback performance in Hollywood!
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On Wednesday, the former child star surprised the crowd at Lucky Strike Live by hopping on stage and performing Pink Floyd's hit Money… and he totally ROCKED it!
According to eyewitnesses, the 45-year-old was "having a lot of fun" and was in his "natural element," telling Us Weekly:
Corey Feldman is requesting a topic change.
Back in May, the Goonies actor alleged that Hollywood executives sexually abused Corey Haim when the two were young stars in the 1980s.
This interview led to a flood of accusations about Haim's alleged abuser, with some claiming the predator was A-list actor still prominently working in the industry today.
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These reports didn't sit well with Haim's mother Judy, who threatened to sue Feldman if he didn't stop spreading lies about her deceased son.
So when the Go 4 It singer stopped by Dr. Oz for an interview airing Tuesday, it wasn't much of a surprise he wanted to tap out of the conversation!
Explaining that he doesn't want to affect anyone's life in a negative way, the 45-year-old feels like he's "said what needs to be said" about the topic — and from this point on will no longer be talking about the "personal stuff" regarding Haim's troubled past "out of respect" for Judy. He says: