I'm sure she is helping a lot of people with her story...
Lady Gaga admitted she was "very depressed when I was 19. I decided to pursue music, so I dropped out of school and I told my parents I didn't want any money from them. I got three jobs and I just hit the ground running." "I would go back to my apartment every day and I would just sit there. It was quiet and it was lonely. It was still. It was just my piano and myself. I had at television and I would leave it on all the time just to feel like somebody was hanging out with me," she continued. "And especially during the period when I was doing cocaine. It was like the drug was my friend. I never did it with other people. It's such a terrible way to fill that void, because it just adds to that void, because it's not real." Read more.
Skylar Laine sang her heart out on Wednesday night's “American Idol”, but after 60 million votes were counted, the country singer got the boot Thursday, leaving four contestants remaining.
After finishing her “Idol” run with Miranda Lambert’s “Gunpowder & Lead” as her farewell song, the 18-year old Mississippi native appeared ready to move on. "I'm just really relieved right now," she admitted backstage to People Magazine. "No more stress,” she added with a smile. Read more.
Lauren Conrad is dating USC law student William Tell. The pair -- who both hail from Orange County -- first met in February. Tell, an ex-guitarist for the alternative band Something Corporate, has already made quite an impression on Conrad. "She hopes he's The One!" a pal says. Read more.
A lot has changed for mommy Jessica Alba. She wrote in her blog what it's been like as a parent. "It's hard to imagine what life is going to be like after your first baby, not to mention your second! Diapers are a certainty. Sleepless nights, coffee, and concealer (lots of it) are probably guaranteed too. Having time to see a movie or enjoy a glass of wine by yourself -- let alone with your husband -- before your kids head off to college? I know -- it feels like an impossibility or a far-off dream, But I can assure you it's not." Read more.