Everyone copes in different ways!
In an interview with Style Like U, the 31-year-old admitted:
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What an emotional revelation!
On Tuesday, The Doctors released more bittersweet snippets from Lamar Odom's first post-rehab interview.
As we previously reported, in December Lamar checked himself into a treatment facility for drug addiction. The brave choice came on the heels of the athlete's near fatal overdose and a failed string of attempts to get clean.
Now that the father of two is officially sober, he's able to realize who was really there for him during the dark times, like his ex-wife Khloé Kardashian.
While last week Odom tearfully revealed he wants Miz Kardashian "back," he just took things even further by declaring he wants to "repay" her for all the support.
Lam confessed to Dr. Travis Stork:
She really is a funny girl.
Emma Watson has a lot of respect for her Beauty and the Beast character, but that doesn't mean she feels the same way about ALL the Disney princesses!
In a new interview, the actress — who will be playing Belle in the upcoming remake — revealed she passed on playing Cinderella in the 2015 live-action retelling of the Disney animated classic!
The 26-year-old explained that she felt the character of Belle "resonated" with her much more than Cinderella (who was played by Lily James in the remake) — because she finds the beautiful bookworm to be a much better role model.
Speaking to Total Film, she said:
Alicia Keys looks AMAZE on the cover of Allure!
She's probably not even wearing any makeup either! Which is an extra dose of amazing!
Although the singer may be sporting some concealer or a hint of eyebrow pencil, we can say that overall she looks so much more fresh-faced and natural than most Allure cover girls. It's a nice change!
For the editorial, the 35-year-old does allow some makeup to be applied to her flawless features, including some black and fuchsia eyeliner on an otherwise makeup-free visage.
And in the accompanying interview, she candidly addresses the whole no-makeup talk that has been dogging her ever since she revealed that she was going to be mostly bare-faced going forward.
Does Donald Trump realize the Declaration of Independence isn't open for creative interpretation?
On Monday, New York Times contributor Deborah Solomon tweeted out a transcript from an interview she conducted with the future President-elect in 2009.
In the resurfaced transcript, Deborah and Drumpf have a debate over the phrase "all men are created equal," which appears in the second paragraph of the Declaration of Independence. The pair were initially discussing the term in context to The Apprentice, the show's wide range of contestants, and what makes someone a "champion."
Here's how the edited and final version of the discussion appeared in the newspaper:
It was just three weeks ago that Danielle Campbell wished her "love" Louis Tomlinson a happy birthday with a kissy picture on Instagram (above)… but now the Internet seems to think the couple has called it quits!
Say it ain't so!
So here's what happened… pictures surfaced on Twitter of the 21-year-old holding hands with someone who WASN'T the One Directioner while leaving a party on New Years — and commenters seem to believe the unidentified male is actually Gregg Sulkin!