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  1. Steven AdlerSteven Adler

    Adler is the former drummer of the rock band Guns 'N Roses, drumming on the hit records "Appetite For Destruction", "Use Your Illusion I" and "Use Your Illusion II." After being fired from the band in 1991, Adler formed his own group, Adler's Appetite, in 2003. Adler is entering "Sober Living" to get rid of the hard-partying rock and roll ways that have plagued his entire career. He made the first step to recovery on the second season of "Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew."

  2. Seth "Shifty" BinzerSeth "Shifty" Binzer

    Binzer, better known as "Shifty," is a recording artist who co-founded the musical group Crazy Town in 1995. The group's single "Butterfly" reached number one on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in 2001. In 2004 he collaborated with DJ Paul Oakenfield on the top 10 single "Starry Eyed Surprise." Binzer comes to Vh1's new series "Sober Living" after completing the 21-day rehabilitation program on the first season of "Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew."

  3. Mary CareyMary Carey

    Carey is an adult film actress who has appeared in over 70 films since her career began in 1999. She also gained notoriety when she ran for governor in California's 2003 gubernatorial recall election. Although she lost to current governor Arnold Schwarzenegger, Carey placed tenth among the 135 candidates on the election ballot. Carey publicly battled her alcoholism on the first season of "Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew" and continues her treatment on "Sober Living."

  4. Andy DickAndy Dick

    Actor and comedian Dick has been a comedy staple on the small screen since his time as a cast member on "The Ben Stiller Show" in 1992. Dick provided his own brand of humor to the ensembles of "NewsRadio" and "Less Than Perfect" before getting his own sketch show, "The Andy Dick Show," on MTV. Dick has also made memorable turns on the big screen in films such as "The Cable Guy," "Road Trip," "Old School" and "Employee of the Month." After years of having his wild antics documented by the tabloids, Dick signed up for "Sober Living" in order to battle his alcoholism.

  5. Rodney KingRodney King

    King first came into the public eye after a video of him being beaten by L.A. police officers made its way onto national airwaves in 1991. The 'not guilty' verdict of his attackers incited the L.A. riots of 1992. His plea of "Can we all just get along?" has become synonymous with one of the worst civil disturbances in American history. King received $3.8 million in damages from the City of Los Angeles in civil court, which he used to start the now defunct Straight Alta-Pazz Records label. King is staying in "Sober Living" after completing the second cycle of "Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew."

  6. Nikki McKibbinNikki McKibbin

    McKibbin has used her singing talent to make a name for herself in reality television. Although she finished in the top 20 on the first season of "Popstars", she is best known as the third-place finisher on the debut season of "American Idol." Following "Idol" McKibbin appeared on "Celebrity Fear Factor" and "Kill Reality", a television program documenting the filming of a horror movie with an all reality-star cast. McKibbin released her debut album, "Unleashed", in May 2007. She comes to "Sober Living" after spending 21 days in the second cycle of "Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew."

  7. Amber SmithAmber Smith

    After being discovered at age 15, Smith established herself as a supermodel of the nineties. Throughout her career, Smith modeled designs by Chanel and Jean Paul Gaultier on the runway and appeared in the pages of "Sports Illustrated", "Maxim", French "Vogue" and "Playboy." On the big screen Smith has made appearances in the award-winning films "L.A. Confidential" and "American Beauty," as well as appearing in the comedies "Def Jam's How To Be A Player", "Tomcats" and "How High." Smith is moving into Vh1's "Sober Living" house after completing the second cycle of "Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew."

  8. Jennifer GimenezJennifer Gimenez

    Jenn Gimenez is a model and actress. She has appeared in music videos for Tupac Shakur, Babyface and Mick Jagger as well on the big-screen in films such as "Blow", "Vanilla Sky," and "Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle." She has made television appearances on "The Bold and The Beautiful" and "Karen Sisco." As a recovering addict herself, Gimenez continues her role as the House Manager on the second season of Vh1's "Sober House."