Louis Tomlinson's fans are freaking out!
See some of their concerned reactions (below):
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Cara Delevingne is getting tons of exposure with the Suicide Squad promo tour…
Oh, and this completely naked spread for Esquire UK's September issue!
The 23-year-old definitely went back to her modeling roots for this one, looking sultry while laying on a table in one shot.
And while her entire editorial is way seXXXy, her accompanying interview takes a much more serious note. As the actress has previously opened up about in the past, she really struggled with depression as a teenager while her mom battled her drug addiction.
Cara confessed that it wasn't until she got off her medication at the age of 18 that she stared to "feel things again":
Poor Patton Oswalt.
The actor's wife Michelle McNamara passed away suddenly in April, and he is still struggling to cope with the devastating loss.
On Monday, the comedian took to Facebook to explain that he's feeling consumed with grief even months after the true crime author died in her sleep.
The 47-year-old penned a powerful post, admitting that his grief is far more intense than depression, which is also incredibly difficult to live with:
The royal and First Lady helped kick off the second Invictus Games on Sunday night, where wounded, injured, or sick armed services personnel competed in the multi-sport event at Walt Disney World's ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex in Orlando, Florida!
Before the event commenced, Harry spoke out on the injured men and women who would be competing in the games, also taking the time to highlight those who were struggling with mental health issues.
Kid Cudi is getting real about his mental health.
Over the weekend, the 32-year-old took to Twitter to discuss his ongoing battle with depression. The artist shared his story on social media, opening up about his serious struggle.
In a string of tweets, the hitmaker went online to discuss how he feels alone in the music industry.
Take a look at his NSFW confessions (below):
Catelynn Lowell Baltierra is doing everything she can to be healthy!
Following Cate's exit from an Arizona based treatment center for depression, the momma showed off some new and emotionally poignant ink. Let's just say the tat is truly inspiring for Baltierra and EVERYONE who is going through a rough time!
In the snap, CB debuts the phrase "My story isn't over yet", on her left arm. The end of the powerful sentence features a semicolon, a nod to Project Semicolon.
For those who don't know, Project Semicolon is a non-profit organization designed to help those who "struggle with depression, self-injury, mental illness and suicide". Unsurprisingly, the reality star is a BIG fan of the organization.
Check out Catelynn's tribute to the non-profit and her journey (below)!