Despite their fame and fortune, celebrities aren't immune to all the problems that afflict ordinary people. The problems of drug and alcohol addiction plagues many stars, particularly those who enjoy hard-partying lifestyles. Fortunately, many talented individuals have been able to kick their addictions and lead healthy lives. Here are some celebs who have sobered up.
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Actress, Dancer, Singer, Reality Television Star / 1969 -
Never one to lose sight of the bigger picture, Jennifer Lopez doesn't drink alcohol because of the bad effect it has on skin. Aside from celebratory sips of alcohol during toasts, she steers clear of liquor.
Reality Television Star / 1980 -
Surprisingly the most calm of the Kardashian sisters, Kim doesn't drink alcohol at all. She represents the voice of reason when going out with her sisters to events, making sure that they don't get out of control after they have a few drinks.
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