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Soul crooner D’Angelo recently gave his first interview in 12 years to GQ Magazine, yielding an intimate look into the artist’s quick rise to fame and the self-destruction that led him into isolation (and eventually rehab). But D’Angelo isn’t the only celebrity to resurface after a public breakdown— Britney Spears, anyone? Click through to see other celebs who have made their way back into the spotlight.
D'Angelo released his Grammy-nominated debut "Brown Sugar" at just 21 years old and later wooed female fans in the sensual video for "Untitled (How Does It Feel)." The singer recently granted his first interview in 12 years to GQ, telling the magazine that his sudden rise to prominence hit hard, resulting in years of isolation and alcohol abuse.The singer is now at work on his long-awaited third album.Stan Honda/AFP/Getty Images
White nationalists, met by counterprotesters, held a Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville after torch-bearing protesters marched through the University of Virginia campus the night before. During the rally, a vehicle plowed into a crowd marching peacefully through downtown Charlottesville.