Elizabeth Vargas - A variety of stars were photographed as they arrived for the New York premiere of 'Danny Collins' which was held at the AMC Lincoln Square Theater in New York City, New York, United States - Wednesday 18th March 2015
Glenn Berger and Jonathan Aibel - 'The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water' New York premiere - Arrivals - New York, New York, United States - Saturday 31st January 2015
Glenn Berger and Jonathan Aibel - 'The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water' world premiere at AMC Lincoln Square Theater - Arrivals - New York, New York, United States - Saturday 31st January 2015
After entering rehab for a second time earlier this week, the ABC News anchor is now planning a divorce with her husband of 12 years.
Elizabeth Vargas is going through a tremendously tough time as of late, the ABC News anchor has split from her husband of 12 years, singer-songwriter Marc Cohn, as she continues her battle against alcoholism in rehab.
Vargas and Cohn are divorcing after twelve years of marriage
Earlier this week, Vargas confirmed that she has been forced to check back into a rehabilitation facility on Saturday (Aug 16th) to seek further treatment for alcohol abuse as she struggles to maintain her sobriety.
Vargas is now on indefinite leave from ABC.
ABC anchor Elizabeth Vargas has gone back into rehab to continue her battle against alcohol addiction, she confirmed herself on Sunday. The decision was made while Vargas was on vacation this weekend and she checked herself into the California treatment facility of her own accord. In fact, Vargas sounded incredibly remorseful in the statement she issued afterwards, quoted here via USA Today.
Vargas first enterted rehab in late 2013.
“As so many other recovering alcoholics know, overcoming the disease can be a long and incredibly difficult process. I feel I have let myself, my co-workers and most importantly my family down and for that I am ashamed and sorry,” she explained.
The ABC News co-anchor previously checked into rehab for alcohol abuse last November (2013).
ABC News broadcaster Elizabeth Vargas was forced to check back into a rehabilitation facility on Saturday (Aug 16th) to seek further treatment for alcohol abuse as she struggles to maintain her sobriety.
Vargas checked into rehab on Saturday (Aug 16th)
The 51 year-old '20/20' co-anchor decided to return to rehab after realizing she needed more assistance staying off the booze while on vacation in California.
Continue reading: ABC News Broadcaster Elizabeth Vargas Re-Enters Rehab For Alcohol Abuse
Dean McDermott, the husband of former Beverly Hills 90210 actress Tori Spelling, released a statement on Thursday in which he stated he was entering rehab to address "some health and personal issues."
Tori Spelling is "devestated" by rumours of her husband's infidelity.
The 47-year-old actor released a statement earlier today, as People reports, which reads: "I am truly sorry for the mistakes I have made and for the pain I've caused my family. I take full responsibility for my actions and have voluntarily checked myself into a treatment centre to address some health and personal issues. I am grateful to be getting the help I need so I can become the husband and father my family deserves."
Continue reading: Dean McDermott, Husband Of Tori Spelling, Enters Rehab
The journalist and 20/20 host is returning to her career after a rough patch.
ABC journalist Elizabeth Vargas made her return to television on Friday, January 24. The 51-year old journalist and TV host discussed her alcoholism, recovery and restarting her career in a pre-taped interview with Good Morning America’s George Stephanopoulos. It’s the first time Vargas has publicly discussed the issue.
Vargas made her return to television with an interview to explain the situation.
"It took me a long time to admit that to myself," she explained. "It took me a long time to admit it to my family, but I am." Vargas admitted that she was seeking treatment for alcohol abuse back in November. Two weeks later, she tweeted that she was out of rehab: tweeting: "Hello everyone! I am home, and so grateful for all your support and well wishes. I am so much better and taking it one day at a time."
Elizabeth Vargas, an anchor on ABC news, has admitted she suffers from alcoholism and is seeking help through AA.
Elizabeth Vargas, a presenter on ABC news, has publically admitted she is an alcoholic. The 51-year-old spoke on a pre-taped interview with Good Morning America.
Elizabeth Vargas has admitted she is an alcoholic.
As Us Weekly reports, the journalist and news anchor opened up about her battle with alcoholism. In the interview she stated "I am. I am an alcoholic." She continued by describing the difficulties she faced in admitting to her illness, saying "It took me a long time to admit that to myself. It took me a long time to admit it to my family, but I am."
Continue reading: ABC Presenter, Elizabeth Vargas: "I Am An Alcoholic"
The news anchor head to rehab to combat her alcohol addiction.
Elizabeth Vargas had entered rehab to combat her alcohol addiction after going off air since October. The 51 year-old 20/20 news anchor has confirmed that she is currently undergoing treatment for alcoholism and will return to her job once she has managed to get her addiction under control.
Elizabeth Vargas Has Entered Rehab To Combat Her Alcohol Problems.
The mother-of-two issued the following statement to the NY Post's Confidenti@l: "Like so many people, I am dealing with addiction. I realized I was becoming increasingly dependent on alcohol. And feel fortunate to have recognized it for the problem it was becoming."
The ABC News anchor has admitted to having a problem and has begun seeking professional help
Elizabeth Vargas has admitted herself in to a rehabilitation clinic at an undisclosed location after admitting to having a problem with her alcohol consumption. The ABC News anchor was admitted to the clinic at some point over the past few weeks, with the announcement of her admittance coming on Wednesday, 6 November, via CNN.
"Like so many people, I am dealing with addiction," Vargas said in a statement released this week. "I realized I was becoming increasingly dependent on alcohol. I am in treatment and am so thankful for the love and support of my family, friends and colleagues at ABC News."
As well as not knowing the whereabouts of her treatment facility, the anchor and 20/20 host has also kept any information regarding how long she has been in the rehab clinic for under wraps too. The last time she updated her Twitter profile was on October 18, so there is a chance that she may have been seeking help for a few weeks already. She added in her statement, "Like so many others, I will deal with this challenge a day at a time. If coming forward today gives one other person the courage to seek help, I'm grateful."
Continue reading: Elizabeth Vargas Checks Into Rehab To Handle Alcoholism Battle
ABC news anchor Elizabeth Vargas has been in rehab for the past couple of weeks, treating an alcohol addiction.
ABC News' Elizabeth Vargas is seeking help for apparent alcohol addiction.
The '20/20' anchor has been missing rom her usually seat for weeks and now it is clear why.
According to the New York Daily News, the 51 year-old checked herself in a rehab facility a couple of weeks ago, with a source close to her telling the newspaper, "She's checked herself into a facility, and she's getting treatment."
Continue reading: ABC News Anchor Elizabeth Vargas Enters Rehab For Alcohol Abuse
'Insidious' star Patrick Wilson and his wife Dagmara Dominczyk arrive at the New York Film Festival premiere of one-man movie 'All Is Lost'. The star, Robert Redford, is seen talking to an interviewer on the red carpet with his wife Sibylle Szaggars standing next to him. The star has talked a lot about this unique film which contains almost no dialogue, and told UK Screens, 'I believe in the value of silence. When you take it into a dramatic form, it brings an intensity.'