No cuddles for Hilary Duff!
For the pic (above), the Younger actress wrote:
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Rumblings about Jimmy Fallon's excessive drinking has reached a hilt.
Ever since Fallon found himself the victim of late night accidents (almost severing finger, chipping his tooth, cutting his hand on a bottle of Jagermeister), Tonight Show viewers have expressed concerns about his well-being. Some fans even spotted the host partying by himself at a New York City bar last month.
Given the concerning signs, sources have gone to Page Six to express what they REALLY think is going on with Fallon.
One particularly worried confidante explained:
Detoxing with the Stars!
The I Want Candy singer infamously went to Betty Ford for addiction treatment in early 2011, but he finally revealed what sparked his decision to get help on Saturday!
Aaron stopped by Oprah Winfrey's Where Are They Now? over the weekend to discuss his history of drug and alcohol abuse — and ended up sharing a story about how Dancing with the Stars changed his life.
Apparently, Aaron was "broke" and living in Nick Carter's guest house before his DWTS stunt casting, which forced him to stop drinking in order to get into shape. However, after his 5th place finish on the ABC reality show failed
JoJo is no stranger to hard times.
As you may recall, the former teen sensation was wrapped up in a lengthy legal battle with her former record label which resulted in her being pretty much MIA from the spotlight. Now, a decade later, the 25-year-old has dropped her new album Mad Love and is opening up about some pretty adult topics. Specifically, her parents' struggle with addiction — a problem she too has battled.
In a candid interview with People, the brunette beauty dished:
Calling for a "sensual revolution," the former Playboy model is urging men to stop watching online porn because it makes them "weirder and stranger" in bed!
In an interview on ITV's This Morning on Friday, the 49-year-old admitted she was "part of the problem" from her leaked sex tape days but explained that the easy access to porn these days can leave men desensitized and bored with sex!
Sitting alongside Rabbi Shmuley Boteach, the bombshell claimed that less porn viewing can lead to "better sex," which, for her, does NOT include being "spat on."
It's crazy to think it's been one year since we were bracing ourselves for the worst following Lamar Odom's overdose.
However, according to a source, the former NBA star "seems to be in a good place" only 12 months after his near-death experience. In case you forgot, Khloé Kardashian's estranged husband was found unconscious in a Nevada brothel after a drug overdose on October 13, 2015.
At one point, the KUWTK star was told Odom only had hours to live — so it was quite a shock when he overcame the odds. Nonetheless, shortly after his health scare Lamar faced some cognitive impairment, damage to his kidneys, speech problems, and even struggled with walking on his own. But that was then as the 36-year-old is supposedly trying to live a better life these days.
The insider told People:
They tried to make her go to rehab, and she said: No, no no…
In the Teen Mom timeline, it's been two weeks since Cate left her rehab facility — only now she's refusing to go to her after-care program altogether!
Luckily for her, Tyler is determined to get her the support she needs, so he enlists his mom Kim Forbes, their cousin Jordan, and even their therapist Kathleen for help…
It's just too bad the episode ends
Say no to drugs… but yes to MTV specials!
Luckily, one of the final items on his docket just so happens to be opioid addiction prevention, so he teamed up with Macklemore for the music network's upcoming documentary Prescription For Change: Ending America's Opioid Crisis!
In a teaser for Tuesday's hour-long special, POTUS opens up about his own history with drugs and alcohol while admitting his biggest vice was actually cigarettes, saying:
"For me, when I was a teenager, I used drugs; I drank. I pretty much tried whatever was out there, but I was in Hawaii, and it was a pretty relaxed place. I was lucky that I did not get addicted — except to cigarettes, which took me a long time to kick — but, it does seem as if the speed with which you get hooked on opiate-based medicines is fierce."
But he wasn't just talking about his own personal struggles with substance abuse… the President's even had friends recover from their addictions, saying: