For some celebrities, maybe celebrating and getting inebriated is merely a case of being youthful and cheerful but for others, drugs and liquor mean completely the opposite. Regardless of whether they've never had a taste in their lives due to the hurtful impacts it can bring – these famous people have chosen to live liquor free. From stars, for example, Jennifer Lopez to Robert Downey Jr, we look into why dumping the idea and action of having alcohol has worked for them.
"I don't drink or smoke or have caffeine. That truly wrecks your skin as you get more seasoned," JLo said. Perhaps, this is the mystery behind her ridiculously young look.
On-screen character Bradley has stayed sober since he turned 29 years old—when he truly begun becoming wildly successful in Tinseltown. He understood the impact it was having on his work and concluded that it wasn't justified, despite any potential benefits any longer.
The entertainer has battled with discouragement all through his grown-up life. To remain large and in charge, he doesn't enjoy uppers and killjoys – not even espresso. He disclosed to a foreign media outlet that, “I’m very serious about no alcohol, no drugs. Life is too beautiful.”
Lana Del Rey
Summertime Sadness hit-producer Lana Del Rey quit the drinking habit before she ended up being popular. She discussed how drinking humored her clouded side. “It’s also a completely different way of living when you know that… a different species of person. It was the worst thing that ever happened to me,” she said in a 2012 interview.
Robert Downey Jr
Robert is best referred to around the globe today as the Marvel Cinematic Universe hero “Iron Man” — otherwise known as an extremely rich person playboy Tony Stark. It is pertinent to note that the acclaimed and skilled entertainer has a remarkable backstory. His dad battled with illicit drug use and enabled his child to attempt pot at only 6 or 7 years of age. From that point forward, he fought with medication and liquor misuse. The compulsion hit home for the Avengers star when he had an exceptionally open "terrible night" and neighbors discovered him go out in their 11-year-old child's bed. From that point forward, he's been to recovery and has remained sober.