Monday, November 05, 2018

Blind Item #13

This A- list mostly television actor who is an Emmy winner/nominee and stars on a very hit network show was all coked up at the same award show mentioned in #12.

20 comments:

YoSoyMilk said...

Talk to me when it's meth

Everyone in Hollywood does coke. Child's play

sandybrook said...

Sterling K Brown?

notthisagain said...

somebody at the Hollywood Film Awards (HFAs)

notthisagain said...

@sandy
+1

mercyprosperity said...

Galecki?
I don't know but he looks unhealthy

No Wuckin' Furries said...
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MountainMama said...

I have known several fat coke addicts...

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Jon said...

Coke tends to bloat you, especially in the belly and face. It's false that cokeheads are thin.

Brayson87 said...

Heroin definitely helps folks get skinny, like way too skinny, seen that enough.

Brayson87 said...

But yeah seriously, after weed gets through, coke is definitely next on the legalization list, someone using not really a shocker.

La La Lady said...

I don’t see coke being legalized idk. LSD and pscilocybin are next.

Cee Kay said...

Pretty sure JG's problem is alcohol.

Susannah Leigh Murray said...

Preach 🙌🏽

Boo Hearne said...

Back in the 70s in the Andy Warhol Era, his Muse, Edie Sedgwick was the IT girl from NYC to London and back. She was scary skinny but looked incredible in everything she wore. Vogue magazine called it, 'Heroin Chic!'

That said, as some of you have already mentioned, John Belushi was also on smack and he twern't skinny. What an incredible talent! Look what the world lost when he died. I feel sorry for the young people who never had the chance to see him in action. A mind-blower!

Nosy newbie lurker said...

Chris Farley was another less than slender coke afficianado.

Taxi CDC said...

@Boo Hearne, you are getting your decades messed up. “Herion Chic “ was a phrase from the 90’s.
Made popular by Kate Moss.

Kate K said...

No, she's not. The 90s phrase was a recycling of one coined in the 60s. But Edie's thing was speed and pills, from what I've read.

Boo Hearne said...

Taxi: No, honey, that phrase came from the Andy Warhol Period, and Kate Moss regurgitated it in the 90s. Read the biography of Edie Sedgwick and you'll see it used many times. I stand my ground on this one. I was there!

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