The current season of VH1’s Celebrity Rehab could be the last for celebrity addiction specialist Dr. Drew Pinsky.
Well, Crunchers, it looks like we’re kicking Memorial Day Weekend into high gear with a serious case of “The Sads.” Jeff Conaway has died. The ’70s star best remembered for his appearances on TV’s Taxi and in the big screen musical-comedy Grease passed away Friday after being removed from life support, his manager Phil Brock…
Somethings never change; for instance, Andy Dick’s total lack of ability to control himself in restaurants. The life of the Celebrity Rehab grad continued becoming a running joke of its own when the comedian was booked on suspicion of public intoxication after police responded to a disturbance at restaurant in Temperton, California on Monday night.
It isn’t everyday that perfectly healthy people voluntarily sign up for six weeks of addiction therapy in the confines of a rehabilitation center. Then again, most rehab clinics aren’t the backdrop for a popular VH1 reality show.
Dancing With The Stars may have a talk show diva, a former boxing champion, and The Original Karate Kid hoffing their way to gold on the upcoming new season, but VH1 is out to prove that no one does D-Listers like Celebrity Rehab.