This happened fast!
TLC was NOT waiting for anyone!
Through the We The People website, anyone can start a petition.
If it receives 25,000 signatures in 30 days, the Obama administration will issue a response.
This one asks that Alabama quarterback A.J. McCarron be deported so ESPN sportscaster Brent Musburger can date A.J.'s girlfriend Katherine Webb.
The petition asks specifically:
A lot of people think HIV is a death sentence, which might scare them into not wanting to get tested, or give them the wrong attitude if they're HIV positive.
Well, you only need to look at Magic Johnson to know that's not true. He's been living with HIV for 20 years.
And he says it's all about early detection, taking the meds, fitness, and attitude.
Check out the interview with Piers Morgan above! Such great advice!
While appearing on CNN's Piers Morgan Tonight, Rob Lowe opened up about his hard-partying past and his rehabilitation experience over 20 years ago, calling rehab:
"One of the most exhilarating, liberating and exciting four weeks of my life. Scary yes… but unquantifiable relief."
The actor continued to explain that while he loved rehab, it was only because he was READY to go, saying:
"It was great. I loved it. Because I was ready. Problem is, people go into rehab and they're not ready. You want to get sober for your parents, you want to get sober for your job, you want to get sober for the cops, you want to get sober to protect your image. A lot of good reasons, by the way, but unfortunately, the only thing that works is that you have to want to get sober for you. So, I was ready. And so if they told me, 'Hey, Lowe, you've got to go stand in the corner on your head,' I would have done it."
"He's wrong… You don't get to do it your way. You don't get to make up your own special rules. We have a name for people like that. Those are people who suffer from terminal uniqueness. You don't get to do it your way."
Right on, Rob! Let's hope some of your rational thoughts creep into Charlie's irrational brain some day soon.
[Image via WENN.]
The camera adds 10 lbs, as they say, and Piers Morgan appears to be all too aware of it.
“Since being on TV I’ve become much more conscious about my appearance. You can be doing some of the best work you’ve ever done but people will come up afterwards and say, ‘What was going on with your hair?’”
Piers has hired a personal trainer to help him look his best.
We’re sure he’ll drop a few pounds in no time!
[Image via WENN.]