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Celebrities React to Taylor Swift's New 'Lover' Album

Celebrities are speaking out to share their thoughts about Taylor Swift‘s brand-new album Lover!

The 29-year-old singer dropped her highly anticipated seventh album on Friday (August 23).

“It’s me. I’m the heartbreak prince,” Halsey tweeted.

“Holy shit @taylorswift13 🔥,” Maren Morris captioned a screenshot of “The Man,” while her husband Ryan Hurd wrote, “I think London Boy is my favorite on Lover. Feels like it’s written like a country song buts it’s all dressed up like a pop song. Super cool.”

See what more celebs had to say about Taylor Swift‘s Lover below!

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Colton Haynes Gets Candid About His Battle With Addiction in Hospital Photos

Colton Haynes is sharing some personal moments from his battle with addiction.

The 31-year-old Arrow actor took to his Instagram to share several photos from his hospitalization last year after reaching a low point during his battle.

“Throwback. I don’t want worrying about if I look hot or not on Instagram to be my legacy. I don’t want to skirt around the truth to please other people or to gain economic success. I have far more important things to say than what magazine I just shot for or what tv show I’m a part of (Although I’m very thankful I still get to do what I love). I no longer want to project a curated life,” Colton explained.

He continued, “I get immense joy when someone comes up to me & says that my willingness to open up about depression, anxiety, alcoholism, & addiction has helped them in some way. I’ve struggled the past year with trying to find my voice and where I fit in & that has been the most beautiful struggle I’ve ever had to go through. Worrying about what time to post on social media so I can maximize my likes or being mad at myself that I don’t look the same way I did when I was addicted to pills is a complete waste of why I was put on this earth.”

“I’m posting these photos to let y’all in on my truth. I’m so grateful to be where I am now ( a year after these photos were taken) but man these times were dark. I’m a human being with flaws just like you. If ur in the middle of the dark times…I promise you it doesn’t have to last forever. Love y’all ❤️” Colton concluded.

Make sure to read what else Colton Haynes had to say about his battle with addiction.

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Colton Haynes Exits 'Arrow' Ahead of Final Season

Arrow is once again saying goodbye to Colton Haynes, who will be exiting the series just ahead of its’ final season.

The 31-year-old actor has played Roy Harper, aka Arsenal/Speedy in the long running series.

Just ahead of the series starting production on the final season, Green Arrow TV reports that Colton will be leaving.

However, they remained hopeful that Colton would return in some capacity.

“We hope to have him back,” showrunner Beth Schwartz shared about Colton‘s exit.

Colton first left the show after season four, but returned at the end of season six, and was upped to a series regular in season seven.

UPDATE! Colton addressed his leaving Arrow on Twitter, saying that he was asked not to come back as a series regular. However, that doesn’t mean Roy is gone forever.

Colton Haynes & Jeff Leatham Reach Divorce Settlement

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Colton Haynes Gets Candid About His Drug Addiction, Divorce, & Ending Up Hospitalized

Colton Haynes is on one of the covers of Attitude‘s 25th anniversary issue.

Here’s what the 30-year-old actor had to share with the mag…

On his downward spiral amid his divorce from Jeff Leatham and his mother’s tragic passing: “I came out and, in a way, my downward spiral started. I felt extremely free but at the same time the amount of attention I was getting was making me spin out of control. I got married and that didn’t work out. That was extremely public and heart-breaking, and right when that was going on, my mom died. That was only a year ago. At that point, I fell apart. My brain broke. I was doing this massive comedy for a studio, showed up to work and got fired on the first day. They said I looked as if I had ‘dead in my eyes’ — and I did. I think it was the best decision in the world to fire me. I got so heavily involved with drugs and alcohol to mask the pain I was feeling that I couldn’t even make some decisions for myself. I was drowning in my own sh*t.”

On how his drug taking and drinking ended in hospitalization: “I locked myself in a hotel room at the Waldorf Astoria in Beverly Hills for seven days and was found in my room with these bruises all over my body. It looked as if somebody had beaten the sh*t out of me. I couldn’t walk, so I was falling everywhere. I almost ruptured my kidney, ended up in the hospital, ended up on 5150 [a temporary and involuntary] psyche hold. I was on such a destructive path that I could not function.”

On going to rehab and being sober: “I was in treatment for four months. I came out six months ago. It’s just a different life now. It’s the best gift I’ve ever been given. I was ready to try to live an authentic life because most of my life was so f*cking fake. I loved to blame other people, and other situations, until I started dealing with the fact that I was the root of all these problems… It’s like this rebirth. I now feel things, which is something I’d not done for a decade. I was numb.”

For more from Colton, visit Attitude.co.uk.

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'Arrow' Will End With Season 8 on The CW

Arrow is coming to an end.

The CW’s longest-running DC Comics series – which premiered in 2012 – will wrap up with season eight, Variety reports.

“This was a difficult decision to come to, but like every hard decision we’ve made for the past seven years, it was with the best interests of Arrow in mind,” series executive producers Greg Berlanti, Marc Guggenheim, and Beth Schwartz said in a statement. “We’re heartened by the fact that Arrow has birthed an entire universe of shows that will continue on for many years to come. We’re excited about crafting a conclusion that honors the show, its characters and its legacy and are grateful to all the writers, producers, actors, and — more importantly — the incredible crew that has sustained us and the show for over seven years.”

Star Stephen Amell tweeted, “Playing Oliver Queen has been the greatest professional experience of my life… but you can’t be a vigilante forever…There’s so much to say… for now I just want to say thank you.”

Other “Arrowverse” shows include The Flash, Supergirl, and Legends of Tomorrow. The CW also has a Batwoman pilot in the works, starring Ruby Rose.

Arrow also stars David Ramsey, Emily Bett Rickards, Echo Kellum, Katie Cassidy, Rick Gonzalez, Juliana Harkavy, Colton Haynes, Kirk Acevedo, and Sea Shimooka.