Being a celebrity has its many awesome perks. Celebrities are rich, famous and popular. Some of them have thousands of screaming and adoring fans that will break down in tears at the slightest sight of them. Celebrities can have anyone they want and everyone wants to be their friend. However, there is a dark side to being a celebrity. There is a constant pressure from the people around them to remain skinny, beautiful, muscular, smart and likable. They’re under the harsh and constant media spotlight. TMZ and other tabloid journalists track celebrities like hunters hunting their prey. There is also the intense and crushing pressure that celebs put on themselves. Sometimes they crack under all the pressure and can turn to drugs and alcohol or their behavior can become destructive. It’s hard for any celebrity to deal with the lifestyle and it can sometimes lead to rehab.
Young celebrities might actually feel even more pressure to remain attractive and perfect. Several famous and beloved young celebs have had success and fame so fast that life starts to spin out of control. Many young celebs have had to go to rehab in order to get their life back together. Some young celebs have gone to rehab for alcohol, drugs, depression or eating disorders. Some have had several stints in rehab and it took them a while to get their life together. Some of these young celebs are now clean and sober, some continue to struggle and others had a tragic end. Here is a look at 10 of the youngest celebs to go to rehab.
10 Zac Efron
8 Ireland Baldwin
7 Selena Gomez
6 Nicole Richie
5 Kelly Osbourne
4 Demi Lovato
3 Lindsay Lohan
2 Drew Barrymore
1 Cory Monteith
Cory Monteith is best known for his role as Finn Hudson on the hit Fox musical comedy Glee. Before Glee, he had roles on TV shows, such as Supernatural, Stargate and Smallville. He also appeared in the films Monte Carlo and Brothers and Sisters. Before his fame, Cory struggled with substance abuse since he was 13. He entered rehab for the first time when he was 19. After leaving rehab, he would break into acting and land his most famous role on Glee. However, his demons continued to haunt him as he gained more fame. In March 2013, he entered rehab once again. He entered into a 30 day program and left after a month. In July 2013, he sadly died of a drug over dose at the age of 31.
Sources: dailymaill.co.uk, rollingstone.com, usmagazine.com, huffingtonpost.com, thedailybest.com, foxnews.com
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