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8 de octubre de 2017

Love It Up News, Season 2, Episode 13: Opens Up About Depression and Mental Health on ‘Saturday Night Life’: Video (Visited by Georgia Jones)



Keeping it real. Pete Davidson opened up about his mental health in his own comedic way on the Saturday, October 7, episode of Saturday Night Live.

Davidson appeared on the show’s “Weekend Update” segment and briefly touched upon his widely publicized struggles before giving out a few tips to those who battle depression.


“First of all, if you think you’re depressed, see a doctor and talk with him about medication and also, be healthy. Eating right and exercise can make a HUGE difference,” Davidson continued.

“And finally, if you are in the cast of a late-night comedy show, it might help if, you know, they use more of your sketches,” he said in a guilt-trip attempt, which prompted the audience to burst into laughter.

“Are you saying you’re depressed because you’re not getting enough air time?” Colin Jost asked.

“No, no, no. I was born depressed but it might make me feel better if I was on TV more,” the Staten Island native answered, to which Jost responded, “I don’t know if this is maybe the best solution.”

“It’s worth a shot. I mean, the show is, like, eight hours long. There’s, like, 50 sketches a week. It seems weird that you wouldn’t use one of them to fight mental illness, but I guess that’s not your style,” Davidson joked.

“Well, maybe one approach might be to write more sketches for yourself?” Jost suggested.


“That won’t work. My sketches suck because they’re all written by a depressed person,” Davidson quipped.

The Saturday Night Live star revealed on the WTF With Marc Maron podcast in September that in 2016, he ”started having these mental breakdowns where I would, like, freak out and then not remember what happened after. Blind rage."

Assuming that his marijuana use was to blame, he decided to quit smoking in the hopes that his condition would improve — but it didn’t. Davidson admitted he relied on marijuana to ease the pain of his Crohn’s disease, but after celebrating three months of sobriety, he still felt the same. "I found out I have BPD, which is borderline personality disorder," he shared. "One of my psychiatrists [diagnosed me]. He was always saying before this big meltdown, 'You're probably bipolar or borderline, we're just going to have to figure it out.' ... I'm depressed all the time."

The comic now goes to therapy sessions and has begun taking new medication for BPD. "It is working, slowly but surely," he said. "I've been having a lot of problems. This whole year has been a f--king nightmare. This has been the worst year of my life, getting diagnosed with this and trying to figure out how to learn with this and live with this."

Davidson was just 7 years old when he lost his father, Scott, to the terrorist attacks in New York City on September 11, 2001. He believes the loss greatly impacted his mental health.

The comedian’s return to SNL in March after a stint in rehab was met with applause from the studio audience.

24 de abril de 2016

Love It Up News, Season 2, Episode 9: Photos: Jake Short, Bradley Steven Perry & Austin North At Universal Studios Hollywood April 2016

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It is always nice to see photos of Jake Short and Bradley Steven Perry from Lab Rats: Elite Force, plus Austin North (I didn’t Do It), having a good time together.

The trio were at Universal Studios Hollywood in Universal City, California, a few days ago, and had fun hanging out with SpongeBob SquarePants in this snapshot that Jake posted on his Instagram account.

He wrote:

Who knew Spongebob would be such a prominent part of my life. @unistudios

They had a chance to visit the newly opened The Wizarding World of Harry Potter while there, and it looks like they enjoyed some butterbeer as well!

Austin shared this image below:

Una foto publicada por Austin North (@austinnorth55) el


Bradley shared another version of the image that Jake did:

Una foto publicada por Bradley Steven Perry (@bradley_s_perry12) el

3 de julio de 2014

Love It Up,Episode 7;7 Reasons You'll Love Being Single This Summer

 
Endless Flirting Possibilities! By CeCe Jones Just because you and your besties are totally psyched about being unattached this summer, doesn’t mean you have to ignore that hottie you met on the beach last weekend. Take advantage of your solo status to shamelessly flirt with the hot waiter serving your table, the gorge lifeguard at the pool, or the cute counselor at the day camp where you work. Being single is all about having fun! Besides, if you don’t hit it off, there’s no need to stress. There are plenty of other options!
All The Chick Flicks You Want! By Rocky Blue With no guy in tow, you can see what you want and keep the Cherry Coke and Sour Patch Kids all for yourself! Not to mention you won't have to worry about your crush seeing you ugly cry through The Fault In Our Stars for the zillionth time!
The Only Person You Have To Worry About Impressing Is YOU! By Dina Garcia Been dying to rock those slouchy tribal-print pants that are totally trendy? Go for it! Your friends will totally give you props for them. Experiment with your style, and try those bold, fashion-y looks that girls love, but dudes just don't get. Being single is the perfect time to get back in touch with what you love most about yourself, inside and out. Plus, you dress to impress yourself and your girls, not get icky butt glances from dudes.
No FOMO! By Tinka Hessensefer Your greatest summer love story? It's not with any hottie—it's the memories you make with your besties! When you’re spending all of your free time with your BF, you miss out on all of the super fun stuff your single friends are doing! From shopping 'till you drop to eating froyo at 4am during sleepovers just because, being unattached frees you up for major bonding time with your girls. Plus, no tagging along with your BF and his friends—when you're solo, you have complete control over what summer parties you attend!
You Can Fangirl Your Heart Out! By Tj Blue Some guys just won’t get your love for One Direction, or why you fangirl over hotties like Harry and Niall. Besties, on the other hand, just get it—they're never too embarassed to go cray-cray at your favorite boy band's concert with you! Not only does your BFF support your 1D infatuation, she shares your Zefron crush, your borderline ridiculous Nutella addiction, and your Demi Lovato obsession.
No Decoding Texts, Status Updates, or Tweets By Deuce Martinez If you sent a guy 10 “Hellooo???” messages right in a row, he’d be like “Stalker!” Your friends? They’d apologize for not responding until your 20th SOS, and then continue talking like it’s no big deal. Being single means you can put the texting/tweeting/Insta drama aside, and instead of wasting precious beach time trying to decode his texts, focus on sending your besties hilarious snapchats and emoji-filled texts, and posting cute Instas of all your crazy-fun adventures. Plus, let's be real, you just can't talk in all Mean Girls quotes with a dude!
Tons of Time For Bonding With Your Besties By Georgia Jones and Flynn Jones Not only does summer mean more time to relax, but it also means more time to hang out with your besties! You never know what’s going to happen when you’re with them, like taking an impromptu road trip to see your fave band perform live with your fellow fangirls! And right when you're feeling like there is absolutely nooothing to do in your town, your bestie somehow always manages to come up wtih the perf activity, pinging you, "One Tree Hill marathon? Be there in 20!" #Blessed Read More: http://www.seventeen.com/love/advice/benefits-of-being-single#slide-7

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Love It Up News: Season 2 Episode 8: CUTE: Debby Ryan, Dove Cameron and Laura Marano Congratulate Zendaya.

How sweet! Last night after Zendaya picked up a Kid’s Choice Award for Favorite TV Star, her fellow nominees, Debby Ryan, Dove Cameron an...