to connectVideoFox News Flash, the top of entertainment headlines for March 12,
Fox News Flash-the top entertainment and celebrity headlines here. Check out what to click on in today’s entertainment.
The divorce took a heavy toll on Paramore’s Hayley Williams.
The 31-year-old singer recently opened up to The Guardian about her struggle with mental health-after her divorce from Chad Gilbert, and her husband of two years.
The two have been together for a total of 10 years, Williams said, and she realized that he was in a very unhealthy relationship.”
WHAT IS KANYE WEST’S NET WORTH?
“He probably looks at me as the villain,” Williams said, ” with a few specifics about the kind of relationship. “Throwing around my own version of someone else’s story doesn’t feel fair, which is funny, because I don’t necessarily think it needs to be fair. Especially not the s–t that I went through.”
Williams said she knew the relationship was going downhill and that they don’t want to get married, but went through with it anyway.
“I wanted to do the whole thing, the family, and so I thought that I might have to stop making music for a while in order to do that,” said Williams.
Retrospectively she said that she was surprised that Gilbert had been encouraged to ” Give what is most precious to me? Are you kidding me?”
Williams weighed in at just 91 pounds at the time of the divorce, which took place during, the offer period for the Paramore’s “After Laughter.”
WILLOW SMITH IS LIVING IN A BOX FOR 24 HOURS AS PART OF THE ‘ANXIETY’ ART EXHIBITION
Hayley Williams of Paramore performs at What stage during day 2 of the 2018 Bonnaroo Arts And Music Festival on June 8, 2018, in Manchester, Tennessee.
(Jeff Kravitz/FilmMagic for Bonnaroo Arts And Music Festival, Getty)
“It wasn’t until I saw the pictures and I was like, there’s no hiding that I’m not right now,” the singer said. “And to be a part of me enjoyed that — as long as people know that I’m not OK, and they don’t have to get close to them.”
After she and the band members were able to get Williams to go to dinner, and she turned to alcohol to cope with her emotions.
She said that when she saw that her addiction was her way of “seeking to break free from a prison that I put myself in, and forget at the same time.”
Williams said that she had been uncomfortable labeling themselves as depressed.
“The thing I hated at the time, it was still kind of new to the word ‘depression.’ it was such a hot-button word, almost clickbait,” said Williams. “I am afraid, to be a part of the conversation, especially if I didn’t know what was going on with me.”
CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE FOX NEWS APP
The singer-songwriter has been able to channel that hurt into her first solo album, “flower Petals for the Armor,” which is due for release on the 8th of May.