Dr. Drew News Archive
Well apparently not only was that incredible, but inspiring as well!
Dr. Drew and Honey Boo Boo teamed up with artist JD Schultz to create an original art piece that commemorated that epic event, and they're going to auction it off for charity!
The piece (above) is called Honey Boo Drew and was inspired by a series of photographs that Honey Boo Boo took of Dr. Drew and herself on her iPad after that infamous interview.
It will be auctioned off at the annual Hillsides Foster Soles event on May 22nd. Proceeds will benefit Hillsides various program for Foster kids.
Honey Boo Boo transcends ALL culture!!!
[Image via JD Schultz.]
Angelina Jolie's decision to have a preventative double mastectomy in February probably wasn't the easiest decision (we're sure it was as difficult as they come), but it was the right decision as Angelina revealed she had an 87% chance of getting breast cancer due to a genetic predisposition.
It's true that she kept it quiet, but we're positive she had the support of those closest to her! Now, we're hearing about all the support from her peers now that she's spoken publicly about what she's had to go through!
Here's some of what the celebs are saying on Twitter!
We've heard a lot about Jenelle Evans problems with heroin, but never straight from the horse's mouth!
OMG! We never realized how close Jenelle came to dying! And we don't think she did either! Shocking stuff!
Celebrity Rehab has had its fair share of drama throughout its run on VH1.
With a grand total of five deaths — Mindy McCready, Jeff Conoway, Rodney King, Mike Starr and Joey Kovar — and their repercussions, it seems Dr. Drew doesn’t want to deal with it any longer.
The TV Doctor said:
“I don’t have any plans to do it anymore… I am tired of taking all the heat, it is just ridiculous.”
Mindy McCready committed suicide on Sunday with a self-inflicted gunshot, and after learning that prescription drugs and alcohol were found in her system at the time of her death — she's also the fifth person to pass that appeared on VH1's Celebrity Rehab within the last two years.
The show ran from 2008 to 2011, and had a total a five seasons.
Referencing McCready's death, the show's former host, Dr. Drew Pinksy said: