José Fernández's tragic passing has affected so many people.
The late sports star's longtime love reflected on their time together, writing:
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It's her party… but he'll cry if he wants to.
That's because in a new preview of this Sunday's Rob & Chyna, the
sworn enemies lovers attempt to resolve their issues once and for all… only one of them isn't exactly in the best state of mind.
As you may recall, Rob infamously ditched (one of) Chyna's 28th birthday party(ies) earlier this year. However, when she calls him out for it, it's clear he wasn't trying to be vicious… he just let his social anxiety get the best of him!
With that said, we know this is mostly just for show… but are they sure they still want to go through with the wedding??
Ch-ch-check out a sneak peek of R&C before it airs Sunday, September 18 at 9 p.m. EST on E! (below)!!!
Sharon Osbourne is going into even more detail about her mental breakdown.
As we previously reported, the 63-year-old briefly touched upon it on The Talk earlier this week, but now she's opening up about exactly what she was battling while seeking treatment at a facility for her health issues and serious depression.
The TV personality bravely shared with Natalie Morales on Access Hollywood:
"I had given up. I just couldn't deal. At a very low point in my life, I was very frightened about what was going on with me mentally and the thoughts that were going into my head constantly."
Sharon even tried to describe what was racing through her brain at the time:
Renée Zellweger is living her best life after struggling to find balance in the spotlight.
Opening up to Jess Cagle in this week's People, the Bridget Jones's Baby star explains why she took a break from acting in order to find herself.
The 47-year-old actress admits feeling exhausted by a schedule that was not "realistically sustainable" after her career took off — which ultimately led her to take a step back for nearly six years:
"My personal life had taken a back seat to fulfilling my professional obligations. I felt a responsibility not to let people down. And so I just kept going. And there wasn't a reason not to. I didn't have children or an established relationship that dictated I make different choices. And because of the choices I was making and the life that I was living, I had no time to develop that in my life."
When asked about her decision to just keep going despite those concerns, the Texas native reveals:
Lady GaGa has a LOT to say!
Days after she dropped her new single Perfect Illusion, the singer sat down for a lengthy chat with Z100's Elvis Duran about her music, acting, and mental health!
On Monday, the performer dished all about her longtime struggle with panic attacks, and how they finally seem to be easing up:
"I still panic, but I'm older now and I'm working through it and it doesn't take over my entire day anymore or stop me from being able to do my job or stop me from having a good evening with my friends."
Little Monsters will be glad to know the artist is having a better time coping with the onslaughts! The 30-year-old also explain how she's been able to get through the attacks, adding:
We had no idea!
Apparently, the 63-year-old woke up one day during Season Five and was surprised to find herself checked into Cedars-Sinai Medical Center!
While she's on top of her undisclosed condition now, Sharon went on to reveal that her brain shut down so badly at one point that there's a 3-day period she simply cannot remember!
We're glad she's doing better now… and hopefully her diagnosis can help others in similar situations in the future.
Ch-ch-check out Sharon Osbourne's emotional reveal (below)!!!
Lady GaGa has openly talked about mental health in the past, and with the release of her new single, Perfect Illusion, she's opening up even more about her struggle with depression and anxiety.
In a new interview with The Mirror, the pop songstress recalled feeling "traumatized" after skyrocketing to fame, even revealing she's still taking meds for it.
The starlet shared:
"I needed a moment to stabilize. When my career took off, I don't remember anything at all. It's like I'm traumatized. I needed time to re-calibrate my soul."
As you probably know, GaGa took a couple years off after releasing her last solo album Artpop in 2013.
And while she shares her rise to the top was "the single greatest blessing of my artistic career," the 30-year-old remembered feeling "exhausted - like I was dying."
The mental health activist has since put herself first, adding "I definitely look after my well-being":