Demi Lovato Speaks Out About Her Overdose
Demi Lovato has finally broken her silence regarding her July 24th overdose. Demi posted a statement on Instagram thanking the staff at Cedar Sinai hospital, her family, friends and fans who have stayed by her side and supported her. She expressed this illness doesn’t disappear or fade with time and her focus moving forward is healing and recovering. Based on the information leading up to her overdose, it’s not very surprising she fell off the bandwagon, despite recently celebrating 6 years of sobriety.
In the weeks leading up to her overdose, she fired her sober coach, began constantly partying and surrounded herself with “hanger-ons” or enablers, so much so they kept Narcan on hand at all times. She released her latest single “Sober” weeks before the overdose and everyone from publicists to producers in Hollywood said she was visibly unwell.
A First Look At Adam Levine's New YouTube Series "Sugar"
Adam Levine’s new YouTube series “Sugar” is set to debut August 15th & features a ton of Adam's famous friends. The series was inspired by Maroon 5’s video for “Sugar,” where the band surprised an unsuspecting couple by being their wedding band. The show has pop stars surprising fans with special performances, as well as conversations.
Stars taking part in “Sugar” include Kelly Clarkson, Bad Bunny, A$AP Ferg, Snoop Dogg, Fifth Harmony, Blake Shelton, and Charlie Puth.
Lance Bass Loses Bidding War On Brady Bunch House
The iconic Brady Bunch house hit the market at a cool $1.89 million and was quickly bought by former NSYNC band member Lance Bass. He announced on twitter Friday night his bid was accepted!
Fast forward to Saturday night, it appears eh was outbid by Hollywood. He posted a much more somber message to Twitter.