Samaire Armstrong, this week's Page Six Magazine cover subject, checked into rehab, and here's what we do know, because we read it in the magazine: it has NOTHING to do with drinking: "I don't really drink anymore, because I don't have time for it. If you're out at night and you wake up tired, your meetings aren't good." Which is why God created cocaine, honey! So anyway, um, follow-up question: is Samaire Armstrong actually famous enough to need rehab? And on a related note, is she famous enough to warrant an angry follow-up editor's letter from Page Six Magazine a la that time the editor of Marie Claire went all nuclear on Ashlee Simpson for being all "love your body self-affirmation blah blah" in an interview the day before she got her entire face reassembled? Or would that, like, be insensitive to the problem she totally doesn't have? [ET]
My bet is on an eating disorder. I never watched her on the OC, but she was unnervingly skinny in both Entourage and the Lohan movie. Like, I needed to put on a sweater just looking at her. When Dirty Sexy Money premiered, my first thought was that, wow, she actually looked healthy! Not heavy, but normal, or at least Hollywood normal. I'm guessing that even Hollywood normal was just too much for her.