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Thursday, March 26, 2015

My 600-LB Life—Charity’s Terrified Food Addiction Will Kill Her If She Doesn’t Get Help

My 600 LB Life Charity Food Addiction Die




If anyone is still in doubt that food addiction is every bit as real as drug and alcohol addiction, they need look no further than to Charity.


The 38-year-old mom-of-one is featured in tonight’s new episode of My 600-LB Life —and Popdust has exclusive sneak peek video.


After a lifetime of overeating, Charity now tips the scales at almost 800Lbs. She suffers from flesh-eating bacteria and butterfly shaped fat deposits, and is unable to function without help from her family.


Charity only knows life as an obese person. Growing up in an abusive home, she overate and was overweight by age 5. At 19, she had her daughter Charly, who cares for her along with Charity’s boyfriend.


Not surprisingly, Charity is terrified that if she doesn’t get a grip on her food addiction it will result in her premature death—however, she admits, that just like many other addicts, she feels powerless to stop her destructive and potentially deadly behavior.


“It doesn’t matter if it’s going to take my life, it doesn’t matter if its the wrong thing to do….at the time it feels like that’s the only choice,” she explains. “It doesn’t even feel like me, it feels like something has taken over me…like I really have to have it.”


Meanwhile, Charly is also terrified her mom is going to die, and says that Charity has admitted to suicidal thoughts in the past.


“I think my mom gave up on herself,” she says. “I’ve seen my mom go down to the point where she’s told us, ‘I don’t want to live anymore.’ For a while she was barely hanging on for me and Tony.”


“I think it would break Charly’s heart if she were to find me dead one day, and that’s a big fear that I have,” Charity admits. “I don’t want her to follow in my footsteps, I don’t want her to be anything like me.


“I always thought that I raised her really good and then I look at her and think, ‘but you taught her all your bad habits.’ I feel like I’ve failed so much—I failed Charly, I failed my mom….my mom has brain cancer…I should have been there while she was going through her radiation. A big part of why I want to lose the weight is so I can go and see her.


“I just feel like I’m a disappointment to everybody….that I failed everybody, and I know that if I don’t get help now, I’m not going to make it. I know I’m going to die.”


Watch the exclusive sneak peek video below—check out Popdust’s photo gallery—and tune into TLC Wednesdays at 9/8c for all new episodes of My 600-LB Life







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Celebrity Hair—Blue Or Bleurgh?

Celebrity Blue Hair




Ok I hold my hands up and admit it.


I don’t get blue hair.


Why would anyone want to transform themselves into a Smurf?


Is Marge Simpson the celebrity style you want to emulate?


Did you play too much Sonic The Hedgehog when you were young?


Do you want to look like a little old lady who’s had a rinse and set?


I am fully aware that I am old /out of touch / have no style (delete as appropriate). Today’s celebrities seem to go mad for the blue thing—presumably they think it’s quirky and interesting.


Well it isn’t.









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Russell Peters Coming Back to North America in May After Slew of International Shows

Russell Peters




If you’re a fan of stand-up comedy, you know seeing Russell Peters on his Almost Famous World Tour will be an event that cannot be missed. With all new material, Peters is touring around the globe, giving his latest take on some of his “favorite communities, jobs he can understand, cell phones, dating, and his uncle who’s never been punched in the mouth, plus Russell’s signature lightning fast improv with the audience,” according to his website.


You may have seen Peters on NBC’s Last Comic Standing and his appearance in the movie, Chef. Peters was the first comedian to sell out the Air Canada Centre in Toronto, Canada and had the largest stand-up comedy show in Australian history when he performed in Sydney in 2010.


Peters is currently in Australia, with two shows coming up on March 26th and 28th in Melbourne and Sydney respectively. After hitting a few major cities/countries along the way, including Hong Kong, Singapore, United Kingdom and Sweden, Peters returns to his home country of Canada for three shows from May 7th through May 11th.


According to Queen of Tickets, the show on May 7th has an average ticket price of $177.42 with a walk-in price of $107, while the May 8th show has an average ticket price of $195.51 and a walk-in price of $111. They will both be performed at Casino Rama Entertainment Center. Tickets are not on sale yet for the May 11th show in Quebec.


These upcoming shows will be sold out quickly after they go on sale, so don’t hesitate to grab your Russell Peters tickets while you can. You may be participating in one of the largest audiences for a stand-up show in history, as Peters has shown the ability to draw some of the largest crowds in comedy.


You can see more of Russell Peters on Netflix, where his documentary series Russell Peters vs. the World follows the funny man around during his “Notorious” tour that took place in 2013.



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