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a pile of mess: ‘celebrity rehab 4’!

a pile of mess: ‘celebrity rehab 4’!
July 19, 2010 MICHAEL KNUDSEN


here’s a first look at the new cast of celebrity rehab 4 with dr. drew pinsky – this time they’re truly scraping the bottom of the barrel and i love how they refer to rachel uchitel as an ‘infamous party planner’ … the only parties i know that she planned were the ones that happened in tiger woods‘ pants! of course i’ll have to tune in to check out the mess plus i adore janice dickinson – she’s like the biggest celeb they have – but when compared to the rest – that’s really not saying much at all! xo



VH1 has once again partnered with Dr. Drew Pinsky for a fourth season of the hit reality series “Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew.” The series, consisting of eight one-hour episodes, is slated to premiere late 2010.



Similar to the first three cycles, the fourth season of “Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew” will follow the real-life experiences of celebrity patients undergoing detoxification and treatment at the Pasadena Recovery Center. The show will include Jeremy London (“Party of Five,” “7th Heaven”), Rachel Uchitel (Infamous Party Planner), Janice Dickinson (“The Janice Dickinson Modeling Agency”), Leif Garrett (Musician), Frankie Lons (Keyshia Cole’s Mother), Jason Wahler (“The Hills”) and Jason Davis (Socialite).



The series will chronicle the patients’ intensive 21-day program with both group and one-on-one therapy and non-traditional therapies like art and music. Returning to the show to help Dr. Drew are drug counselor Bob Forrest and resident technician Shelly Sprague who have each spent years on both sides of the rehab fence. Dr. Drew is also bringing in some additional prominent physicians to help him give the patients supplementary one-on-one care.



Dr. Drew is a highly respected practicing MD board certified in internal and addiction medicine who will once again give viewers an unflinching look at exactly how the rehab process works and what it feels like for participants. Dr. Drew hopes to use his celebrity patients to humanize the process and show viewers that treatment is a viable way to break the cycle of addiction.