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Lady Gaga Comes Clean About Addiction In Hollywood Minute

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  Original Published: 11/13/2013 Lady Gaga comes clean about a drug addiction. And Charlie Sheen may be ready to make amends with his former boss. Dave Stewart has more in Hollywood Minute. Lady Gaga is opening up about a struggle with marijuana addiction. During a radio interview with New York's Z-100, the 27-year-old pop star admitted she once smoked as many as 15-20 marijuana cigarettes a day. "I actually decided to speak about this because although I do think it is the best of the drugs to choose from in terms of when you're playing around and experimenting, I just want young kids to know that you actually can become addicted to it," she said. Gaga says she was self-medicating for anxiety and pain management after a hip injury. She has vowed to fight her addiction. Charlie Sheen seems to want a truce with "Two And A Half Men" creator Chuck Lorre. Sunday, the actor tweeted, "Hey Chuck, I have an idea that you need to hear after I make amends to you and yours." The tweet included a shot of "Two And A Half Men's" 2007 People's Choice Award. Lorre fired Sheen from the show in 2011. And, he is not commenting on Sheen's recent tweet. It's been nearly 30 years since "The Cosby Show" hit the airwaves, now Bill Cosby is pondering another project for the small screen. He says he's teamed with one of "The Cosby Show's" executive producers to develop a family-friendly comedy. He says he wants to portray a couple that loves each other, and children who respect their parents.
   
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