"While we could talk about the obviously severity of her addiction for hours, I think the important thing to focus on is that she’s in recovery at 21. Rather than sink any deeper into that dark hole of despair, she managed to to pull herself out and get help at a really young age. Whether or not you like her voice or you like her songs, you have to recognize that this alone makes her a role model worthy of recognition."Read more about Demi opening up about her cocaine use. 

"While we could talk about the obviously severity of her addiction for hours, I think the important thing to focus on is that she’s in recovery at 21. Rather than sink any deeper into that dark hole of despair, she managed to to pull herself out and get help at a really young age. Whether or not you like her voice or you like her songs, you have to recognize that this alone makes her a role model worthy of recognition."

Read more about Demi opening up about her cocaine use. 

Natalie: Sure, the plot of Bachelorette was coherent, but that was because it takes place over one focused, 24-hour period. Which made it an excellent play and translates fairly well to the big screen. However, in many ways it comes across as unrealistic, because it’s difficult to believe that in the span of a few hours these women would cart a wedding dress all over Manhattan, smear it with semen at a strip club, bleed all over it, and get it mixed up with trash on the street.

Meghan: Sure. It’s a movie, it’s not perfectly realistic. But at least they gave a nod to how preposterous the whole thing was. The dress wasn’t totally fixed when Rebel Wilson walked down the aisle. Unlike in Bridesmaids, where we were supposed to pretend like Maya Rudolph looked awesome in her dress monstrosity.

Do you remember how AWFUL that dress was? And then they ripped off a sleeve and presto! It was nice again? Except it was still AWFUL?

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