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Celebrity Roundup: January 13, 2012

Christina Aguilera's "rough year," Kim Richards leaves rehab, and Site ranks celebs most likely to die in 2012.


Christina Aguilera after one too many
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Christina Aguilera Talks “Rough Year” [Marie Claire]

Christina Aguilera, who was arrested for public intoxication last year, describes 2011 as “a rough year,” especially when “you’re a celebrity and under a microscope.” Admittedly, stumbling the streets of LA blackout-drunk might increase the focus of that "microscope."

Kim Richards Leaves Rehab [The San Francisco Chronicle]

Via his radio show, Ryan Seacrest has confirmed that Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Kim Richards has left rehab. Given that she just missed the taping of the reunion episode, the timing may not be coincidental; who could survive a Real Housewives reunion without wine?

Jersey Shore Hanger-On “The Unit” Says He’s Sober Now [TMZ]

Friend-of-guidos Jonathan “The Unit” Manfre, who appeared on last week’s episode of Jersey Shore as a friend of "The Situation, was arrested last summer for possession of ketamine, but tells TMZ that he’s currently sober. Unfortunately, the Jersey Shore guidettes still describe him as “a douche.” Maybe he's overdue some amends.

Justin Bieber Stays on the Straight and Narrow [The Daily Mail]

Justin Bieber is on the cover of next month’s V Magazine, where he says that he’s staying clean for his fans: “I’m not going to… go out there and start partying, have people see me with alcohol,” he vows, adding “I don’t want to start singing about things like sex, drugs and swearing.”

Lindsay Lohan, Charlie Sheen, Courtney Love Make Top Celebrities Who Might Die in 2012 List [LimeLife]

LimeLife has compiled a list of its top 10 stars most likely to die in 2012. Unsurprisingly, some familiar addicts made the list—including Lindsay Lohan, Charlie Sheen and Courtney Love.

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