Celebrity Rehab will return to VH1 airwaves for a second season, as Dr. Drew will attempt to mend the drug-addled lives of some of pop culture's most insignificant celebrities. Undergoing detoxification this time around is L.A. riot catalyst Rodney King, Rod Stewart's son Sean, model/Playmate Amber Smith and Rehab season one star Jeff Conaway. Filling out the roster is former American Idol contestant Nikki McKibbon, music video icon Tawny Kitaen and, most notably, Guns N' Roses drummer Steven Adler. Also making a cameo this season will be clinically insane actor Gary Busey, who will regularly stop by to "share his experiences and thoughts on the recovery process," which we assume will involve shouting nonsense and punching Dr. Drew in the balls.
Video Vixen Tawny Kitaen, GNR's Steven Adler Enter "Celebrity Rehab"
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