It’s “Back to Rehab” for “Back to Black” singer Amy Winehouse. Reps for the jazzy British powerhouse, who swept the 2007 Grammy Awards, have confirmed that Winehouse re-entered rehabilitation in Southwest London this week as the latest step in her ongoing battle against drugs and alcohol.
The last time we ran into boxing great Oscar De La Hoya while pounding the pavement for celebrity dish, the bruisin’ brawl was shouting “Conspiracy!” after a slew of reportedly-doctored images of him prancing around in a tutu women’s underoos sent the Interwebs into a tailspin. Nearly four years later, Oscar’s back in the news; and the latest developments in his life are just as humiliating. De la Hoya has entered an unidentified Californian rehabilitation clinic to seek treatment for what spywitnesses say is a dangerous addiction to drugs. Word in Celebsville has it that De La Hoya went into the clinic some time within the past few weeks.
Demi Lovato is speaking out for the first time about a period she refers to as “the darkest time of my life:” The three months she spent in an Illinois rehabilitation center after attacking a backup dancer in a fit of rage last fall.
The formerly clean-cut Camp Rock star stunned Goss Watchers when she quit the Jonas Brothers Tour in late October “to seek medical treatment for emotional and physical issues she has dealt with for some time,” the teen’s rep told reporters at the time. The identity of said “emotional and physical issues” are anyone’s guess, but Demi had prompted suspicions that she was a “cutter” suffering from an eating disorder long before she sought treatment.
We hear Disney starlet Demi Lovato will leave the suburban Illinois treatment center where she has been rehabbing since last fall early next week. The Sonny With a Chance actress has been under the watchful eye of professional since suffering a violent emotional breakdown last October. Demi only recently reached a financial settlement with the backup dancer that she savagely attacked on her tour bus last year. She’s expected to enter outpatient treatment on Feb. 1.