- July 24, 2021
Getting emotional. Kaitlyn Bristowe opened up via Instagram Story on Saturday, July 17, about feeling lonely and isolated this weekend.
The former Bachelorette, 35, broke down in tears over being away from home and her loved ones. The “Off the Vine” podcast host shared a selfie of herself crying on her Story with the caption, “My tear tattoo fits perfectly,” followed by a series of candid videos.
Bristowe explained on the next slide that she had been “so emotional the last few days” via a caption. “I used to put on Family Guy to cheer me up if I was ever sad and now I just find it stupid,” Bristowe said. “Anyways, it’s so hard sometimes being away, like, I mean I haven’t been back to Canada in two years.”
The Bachelorette cohost, who hails from Canada, explained that she had been feeling
- July 24, 2021
There’s something eerie about Peter Pan, a boy frozen forever in childhood. But for many former child stars, it’s not so far from the truth. Over the past year, a reckoning has been taking place as the lives of these celebrities – from Britney Spears to Demi Lovato – have been re-examined. Many are reclaiming their narratives, and reflecting on being hounded, bullied and attacked by the very people who helped make them famous in the first place. And many of these people, whose lives have unfolded under the glare of the media and the scrutiny of the public, are bound together by one unique origin story: they got their big break on the Disney Channel.
It was the starting point for not just Spears and Lovato but also Justin Timberlake, Christina Aguilera, Vanessa Hudgens, Ryan Gosling, Selena Gomez, Zac Efron, The Jonas Brothers and Miley Cyrus. While they