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Rolling Stone: “The Tao of Robert Downey, Jr.,” “Drew Barrymore: Wild Thing,” “Elton John Regrets Past Drug Use,” “Keith Urban’s Hard Road.”
Vanity Fair: “Robert Downey Jr. Speaks About His Addictions,” “Cooper Exclusive: Bradley Cooper Speaks About his Struggle with Addiction.”
CNN Entertainment: “Everything we know about Demi Lovato’s apparent overdose.”
Variety: “Demi Lovato Thanks Hospital Staff, Says She Needs to ‘Focus on Sobriety,’ ‘Road to Recovery.’ ”
Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences: “The Official Academy Awards Database.”
USA Today: “Ben Affleck: ‘I have completed treatment for alcohol addiction.’ ”
CBS News 60 Minutes: “Drew Barrymore’s Extraordinary Life.”
NPR: “Addict to Activist: How Elton John Found His ‘Cure,’ ” “Sex, Drugs and Rock ’N’ Roll: Clapton after ‘Cocaine,’ ” “ ‘I Wanted A New Life,’ Says Actor, Author Rob Lowe,” “Edie Falco On Sobriety, The Sopranos, And Nurse Jackie’s Self-Medication.”
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Huffington Post: “King of Pain,” “Good Morning Heartache, Good Morning Life,” “Kill the Pain.”
The Hill: “A Q&A with Jamie Lee Curtis.”
Billboard: “Keith Urban Chart History.”
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GQ: “Rob Lowe’s Tips for Re-Re-Reinventing Yourself,” “Daniel Radcliffe and the exorcism of Harry Potter,” “The GQ Cover Story; Bradley Cooper Is A-List Now, Bro.”
New York: “The Loneliest Soprano.”
The Telegraph: “Daniel Radcliffe on alcoholism, starving himself, Harry Potter -- and the day he fell in love.”
The Hollywood Reporter: “Bradley Cooper: The Serious Evolution of a Leading Man.”
CBS This Morning: “Model Amber Valletta faces down addiction history.”
ABC News: “Actress Amber Valletta: I’ve Been an Addict Since I Was 8 Years Old.”
Variety: “Ben Affleck Checks Out of Rehab: ‘I Am Fighting for Myself and My Family.’ ”
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