You can check out real life interventions on the Season 10 premiere of A&E’s hit docudrama “Intervention” on Monday Dec. 13. While you might expect the likes of Mel Gibson, Lindsay Lohan and Charlie Sheen to make appearances, we can think of a few other celebs who could use a friendly pop-culture intervention.
Josh Duhamel: We love you, but … please put down the Blackberry. When you are escorted off a flight for refusal to stop texting, there’s a problem. Turn off your phone every once in a while, we promise life will go on. We’re sure you didn’t intend to frighten the flight attendant on that plane, but that smart phone is turning you into Mr. Hyde. Please, Josh, give the keypad a rest.
Bristol Palin: We love you, but … lay off the Facebook posts. We get that you’ve been attacked in the media time and time again, and we understand the deep desire you must have to defend yourself and your family. But seriously, be the bigger person once in a while. Your posts have gone a little too far on a few occasions and honey, you’re only perpetuating the problem. We know you’ve got a solid cash flow coming your way, so just keep doing what you’re doing and let the haters hate. We’re not suggesting you make peace with every nasty comment, but maybe just pick your battles next time.
Taylor Momsen: We love you, but … put down the eyeliner! Where is the fresh-faced Little J we fell in love with back in 2007? We feel like we don’t even know you anymore. It’s not that we expect you to be Cindy Lou Who forever, but edgy teenagers don’t have to look like a prettier female version of Marilyn Manson. Not to mention your ever present scowl is hurting our soul. We’re not asking you to give up your love of rock music, but please just consider lightening up the makeup. Oh, and if you could throw in a half smile every now and again, we’d appreciate that too. Baby steps.
Justin Bieber: We love you, but … you really have got to stop giving the peace sign whenever a camera is present. You are a 16-year-old IDOL for crying out loud, there is no need to hide behind a silly pose. What are you trying to say? As far as we’re concerned, the peace sign is only acceptable in photos for middle schoolers and intoxicated people. You’ve already got the hair-flip going for you, throwing up deuces in every picture is simply not necessary.
Miley Cyrus: We love you, but … it would probably be in your best interest to steer clear of cameras whenever you’re doing something that probably shouldn’t be broadcast to the whole world. In the last month alone, we’ve seen leaked nude photos and the salvia hit heard ’round the world. If you’re going to continue behaving like, well, an 18-year-old, please consider making it a habit to just say no to the cameras. Jury’s out as to whether you’re going to need a real intervention someday, so we’ll leave that one to your friends and family.
Katy Perry: We love you, but … can you please hire a stylist that gets ideas from somewhere other than a Hasbro focus group? We appreciate your colorful and quirky style, but there needs to be a point where you say enough. Let’s be honest, we don’t expect Mrs. Brand to swap style secrets with Kate Middleton, but a little elegance certainly never hurt anyone.
Trevor Donovan: We love you, but … your constant use of Twitter to post pictures of yourself is kind of laughable. Sure, you’re pretty, but we really don’t need to see quite so many photos of you on a daily basis. A few behind-the-scenes shots are cool every once in a while, but let’s keep it to that please.
Speaking of which…
Nicole “Snooki” Polizzi: We love you, but … we really feel that you should cut back on posting cell phone pics to Twitter. They’re almost always dark and make it tough to figure out what you actually want us to look at. If you’re having a great hair day, maybe post a picture where the blackness of your poof doesn’t blend into the background. Again, a few pictures are okay … especially when Vinny is in them.
We’re pretty sure none of these celebs will be making a cameo, but you can watch “Intervention” Monday at 9 pm on A&E.