She sure is committed to this relationship!
[Image via Perrie Edwards/Instagram.]
This glorious gal is a documentary making machine!
Ricki Lake & filmmaker Abby Epstein teamed up again to make another movie!
This time they're educating everyone on the medicinal effects of marijuana!!
It's called Weed the People and it suggests, amongst other things, that there is an inherent hypocrisy in the way the United States classifies drugs like marijuana!
Ch-ch-check out the eight-minute long trailer for yourself (above)!
Ricki has produced her fair share of documentaries before, but we're guessing this one will play even better in Colorado and Washington, LOLz!!
New show, new man, and new… body??
Looks that way!
Ricki Lake is explaining why she'd like to lose another 10 pounds… and promises to do it in front of everyone!
Ricki Lake is so brave and inspiring when she talks so candidly about her weight and the struggles that cause it.
We're always so so saddened to hear that childhood molestation has contributed to her war with food and health, but we're so glad she can open up about it.
Not only does it help her, but it could be helping others.
Here's what she said:
We've all been witness to Ricki Lake's outward struggle with her weight over the years, but we don't really know about was happening inside while it was all going on.
It will probably feel instantly familiar, as everyone has body image issues — Ricki's journey is still inherently her own, and a really interesting thing to hear in her upcoming memoir called
That's it, gurl! Stay in shape!
Nothing better than a nice hike with a couple of cute pooches, as tweeted by Ricki Lake:
Ready to hike.instagr.am/p/iUr_q/
— Ricki Lake (@RickiLake) January 18, 2012
We hope you work up a sweat, and remembered to bring water for the doggies!
[Image via WENN.]