Aaron Carter is back in the treatment facility a week after leaving 30 pounds heavier. The singer’s rep claimed that “several legal and personal matters” were the reasons for Aaron’s quick exit. Now that his real life obligations have been taken care of, he has returned to rehab.
Aaron Carter is already out of rehab and 30 pounds heavier in a new photo shared via Instagram. The singer updated his fans on his health on Saturday when he posted for the first time since taking a break from social media to seek treatment. “From 115 pounds to 145. In a few weeks. On the left 115 on the right 145.”
Ed Sheeran said, “Cheerio, Yanks!” as he appeared on the Monday broadcast of “Good Morning America.” The singer talked about how shocked he still is that he’s even famous and what it’s like to be the man behind the number-one wedding song in the world. Turns out it means a lot of wedding invites where there’s a convenient guitar at the reception.
“I don’t get asked to play the wedding. I just get invited,” Ed said. “It gets to a certain point in the night where I’m a bit hammered.” That’s when his friends take advantage of that moment to pop the question: Will he play “Thinking Out Loud”?
“That’s happened a bunch of times,” Ed confessed. “They’re like, ‘Oh, Ed–there’s a guitar. It’s so weird there’s a guitar here.'” Convenient guitars aside, Ed doesn’t sound that upset at the regular request from his friends at their weddings.
Troubled singer Aaron Carter is getting the help he needs by entering a treatment facility. The singer’s rehabilitation was confirmed by his rep with a statement to E! News earlier this weekend.
“Aaron has decided to enter a facility to improve his health and work on his overall wellness,” Steve Honig wrote. The news came with a series of tweets from the singer announcing that he would be taking a break from social media to take care of himself.
Demi Lovato has dropped another song off of her upcoming album, “Tell Me You Love Me.” The follow-up to “You Don’t Do It For Me Anymore” is a little more uptempo and danceable, but it revolves around similar themes. Demi said that ballad was about her past self before her sobriety, and her new track revolves around similar themes of addiction and mental illness.
“You got me so high,” the chorus of the track begins. Demi is working the “love is a drug” metaphors for all they’re worth in the track, as she also sings, “Baby, be my new addiction / Intoxicate me gently with your loving.” It’s an interesting lyrical direction for a woman so committed to her sobriety. Projecting that kind of addictive mindset onto a relationship seems dangerous.
But addiction isn’t the only one of Demi’s regular talking points she’s using for lyrics. The outspoken mental health advocate also sings about her prospective lover trigger her mental illness: “Whispering through your phone, now you’re driving me insane / It’s like you’re getting off on messing with my sanity.”
Demi may not want to talk sex in her interviews, but you can hear her new song all about sex below.
(Photo credit: Demi Lovato Instagram account)
Demi Lovato credits her sobriety with saving her life. Her tireless advocacy for the power of sobriety earned her another trophy last night, as the Brent Shapiro Foundation decided Demi deserved the “Spirit & Sobriety Award.” Demi was the night’s big star, and Entertainment Tonight caught up with her on the red carpet, where she wore a chest-friendly red dress.
“It feels amazing to be honored for my sobriety just because this is something that I decided to do on my own, and it’s something that I needed to do for myself and now getting awarded for it feels incredible,” Demi said. She doubled down on the power of the CAST centers that she’s now a co-owner of.