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Hollywood Minute Says Jennifer Lawrence Talks On Struggles

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  Original Published: 11/20/2013 Jennifer Lawrence talks about her struggles, a pair of real housewives stars once again face real drama, and one of the stars of "X-Factor" opens up about addiction and sobriety, as Carl Azuz tells us in the Hollywood Minute. X-Factor star Demi Lovato is set to release a new book. In it, the 21-year-old opens up about her treatment for addiction, according to People magazine. The book, titled, "Staying Strong 365 Days A Year," is a collection of quotes and daily goals Lovato hopes will help others. Teresa and Giuseppe "Joe" Giudice from the Bravo television show "The Real Housewives of New Jersey," were each indicted on two additional fraud charges Monday. Back in July, the two were indicted on 39 counts that include conspiracy to commit mail and wire fraud, bank fraud, making false statements in loan applications and bankruptcy fraud. "Joe" also faces charges for failure to file tax returns from 2004 through 2008. The couple is due back in court Wednesday. Hollywood A-lister, Jennifer Lawrence, talked about her struggles as a child. In a recent interview with French magazine "Madame Figaro," the Oscar winning actress revealed she underwent therapy for social anxiety. Lawrence said therapy did not work, but a short time later, she discovered her passion for acting and says her anxieties disappeared.
   
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