From Blake Lively to Kendrick Lamar...these are the celebrities you won't see with a drink in their hand.
The actor discussed his sobriety in his GQ cover story back in 2013, explaining that at the age of 29 he felt "if I continued it, I was really going to sabotage my whole life."
According to Forbes, the supermodel once made a statement about her sobriety to her fans: "I feel like I've been very lucky because I don't really have an addictive personality. I've never had any drugs, and I had a little taste of alcohol when I was 12 years old, but that's about it."
This Sex and the City star was quoted in a passage by Marie Claire U.K. expressing how she didn't think she would make it past the age of 30. Davis admitted "I realized it was not going to end well. I got into the acting program, it was very challenging, I was hungover, and I wasn't doing so well in my classes. I thought, "Do you know what? It's going to be one or the other. I can't really have both."
In a 2010 Us Weekly profile, the actor revealed 25 things the world wouldn't know about her, number five being that she hasn't consumed alcohol since the early '90s.
Robert Downey Jr.
The Iron Man star openly talked about his substance abuse in his 2014 Vanity Fair cover story, revealing that he has been sober for over 10 years now.
In a 2008 cover story with BlackBook, the actress revealed "I went through a normal kind of late teens, early 20s drinking, but it was a choice I made, because I didn't think it was very good for my life."
In an exclusive interview with Life & Style back in 2013, the English supermodel and actress explained, "I gave up drinking alcohol," also revealing, "Not drinking makes me a lot happier."
Lana Del Ray
In the singer's 2012 Women of the Year profile by British GQ, Lana explains that she struggled with alcohol addition for most of her early teenage years, finally getting sober before she turned 20 after moving to New York City to pursue her music.
In a candid interview the singer revealed, "I don't drink—I hate the taste of alcohol. When my debut single ["Bleeding Love"] went to No.1, I celebrated with non-alcoholic champagne."
The Pretty Little Liars actress told Instyle earlier this year that her decision to embrace the sober life all started when she decided to chop off most of her hair into the cute bob hairstyle she has now. "I tried really hard to be the social butterfly," the actress said after a decade of trying to "fit in" with the Hollywood party scene.
The reality TV star made it clear that he has been sober for almost fifteen years now after sending out a celebratory tweet in 2013 marking the anniversary of his sobriety.
After receiving the Spirit of Sobriety award in 2015 for celebrating 25 clean years, the actor credited most of his success to his wife Sheryl Berkoff. In his acceptance speech, Lowe explained "She inspired me to get sober. She's put up with my defects of character as they call it. In sobriety the lessons keep coming if you're lucky enough to be along as long as I have."
The Scottish DJ revealed in a interview with the BBC that despite his career choice that is more often than not surrounded by partying, he has forgone consuming alcohol for the better. Harris expressed "I stopped drinking because it actually was making me ill. It was affecting my brain in the worst way."
The actress entered rehab in 2008 and has been sober ever since. She opens about substance abuse addiction in her Interview cover story that followed that same year.
In an interview with the Telegraph last year, the Harry Potter star discusses his long road to sobriety throughout the later years of filming the famed film franchise that led to his feelings now toward the substance. "It's lovely. I barely think about it [alcohol]" he explained.
While the actor has continued to struggle with his alcohol addiction over the years, Afleck opened up earlier this year on his Facebook page in a post where he admits to completing treatment again in order to be the best father that he can be. The actor even brought a sober coach to the Oscar's this year for support.
The rapper struggled with his addiction to alcohol for many of his teenage years before getting sober at the age of 25. He explained in a interview with MTV, "The thing that pulled me back was knowing that I wanted to be a musician, and that if I wanted to do this I had to get sober."
The English comedian and actor has been publicly open about his substance abuse addictions for quite some time now, celebrating 14 years of sobriety at this point. Now he sets out to help others who have struggled with the same demons in his new book Recovery: Freedom from our Addictions, available for pre-order now.
Our favorite Gossip Girl star revealed in her Allure cover story back in 2012 that not only does she not drink alcohol, but that she's also never touched drugs. The actress explains "It's just something that I genuinely don't have a desire for."
In his 2013 Rapper of the Year profile with GQ, it was revealed that Lamar doesn't drink alcohol or do drugs, despite many of the lyrics in his songs. The rapper grew up in a household of substance abuse and would rather be an advocate for those living in sobriety.
The British tennis player told the Daily Record that he easily gave up drinking alcohol in his late teenage years, explaining "I always wanted to see how far I could go in the sport. I didn't want to do anything to jeopardize that."
The singer publicly announced why he stopped drinking alcohol in a tweet back in 2015 that was linked to a tell-all article on the subject. Posner explains his messy pattern of addition throughout the excerpt, noting "I decided I couldn't let alcohol rob me of enjoying my life's special moments."
Kim Kardashian West
Despite misleading advertisements on her Instagram, Kim Kardashian West stays away from alcohol altogether. Her sister Khloé Kardashian was quoted in an interview for Elle last year, saying "Kimberly does not drink alcohol whatsoever. Pregnant or not, she's just never been into it."
The famed rapper and now actor has been living the sober life for quite some time now, despite the temptations that come with living the stereotypical lifestyle of a rapper.
The actor opened up most recently in his GQ Style cover story this year about his struggles with alcohol addiction in the past. When asked about it was going cold turkey, he simply explained "I didn't want to live that way any more."
The singer and actress told Instyle in 2003 "I think it ruins your skin" in regards to drinking alcohol or smoking. Lopez also explained "Of course, during celebratory toasts, everybody's like, 'You can't toast with water!' So I'll toast with alcohol and just take a sip."
The rapper opened up in an interview with VLAD TV, where he explains "Drinking was something I was never really into, which is weird." But rather he has struggled more with his addiction to cigarettes and other drugs.
Pharrell Williams has been open about living the sober lifestyle for quite a while now, telling Paper Magazine, "Everybody else can do what they want, but that stuff isn't for me," back in 2004.
One of favorite Friends stars has been honest about struggling with his alcohol addiction for many years, even opening up one of his former homes to act as a sober living space. Perry continues to celebrate his sobriety, telling The the Hollywood Reporter, "the best thing about me is that if an alcoholic comes up to me and says, 'Will you help me stop drinking?' I will say, 'Yes. I know how to do that.'"
The comedian and actress expressed her dislike for alcohol in an red carpet interview at the 2014 Emmys where she tells E!'s Giuliana Rancic, "I don't drink because it gives me a stomachache," and further explaining "I try all the time, it looks good and I feel like I would have fun being drunk, but I have a Jewish stomach."
The Scottish actor struggled for years with both his alcohol and drug addiction before seeking treatment. Now, 20 years later Butler is still embracing the sober life.
Kat Von D
The famed tattoo artist and now beauty businesswoman announced her continued sobriety after years of drug and alcohol abuse with a celebratory Instagram post this past July.
The lead singer of Coldplay admits the band indulged a party phase early on, but now Martin himself completely embraces the sober life.
"I came to my senses when something in my brain went, 'What are you doing?'" the Scottish actor recalls of the time he danced for Iggy Pop in his dressing room that made him want to leave alcohol behind.
The decision for Preston to quit alcohol and drugs came when she decided she cared more about her happiness and being a better mother. Preston explains "Now I don't drink anymore. I don't smoke anymore. I don't do drugs anymore. All of those come with an 'anymore.' I used to do everything and a lot of everything."
The comedic actor has spoken very seriously about the topic of substance abuse, telling CBS News, "I rarely drink coffee. I'm very serious about no alcohol, no drugs. Life is too beautiful."
The comedian explained in a interview with Marlo Thomas that ever since a choking incident involving beer when she was 11 years old that she's been turned off to the substance ever since.
Despite many that indulge in the Hollywood partying lifestyle, Jennifer Hudson can confidently say "I've never had a drink in my life." In an interview with Chelsea Handler, the singer and actress explained, "I've never been interested. Nobody ever believes it."
The Irish actor opened up about celebrating 10 years of his sobriety on The Ellen DeGeneres Show recently after years of previously struggling with his addiction when he first got to Hollywood. Farrell also admits his coping mechanism: "Now I do a bit of yoga, I like a nice hike, and I drink dragon nasal juice."
The Nurse Jackie star has been sober for almost 25 years now and reveals she's been able to develop her own steadiness by admitting, "I had a lot of support. Still do. But they couldn't go through it for me,"
The Magic Mike star revealed that he didn't have much choice but to get sober in an interview with the Huffington Post. Manganiello recalls the struggle: "I was homeless, careless, and broke with no career, so yes, it was worth it [to get sober]."
The country music star struggled early on with his substance abuse addiction upon entering the Nashville music scene, but it was his wife Nicole Kidman who staged an intervention in 2006 that led him to his road of sobriety ever since.
Samuel L. Jackson
After struggling with mixed substance abuse in the '70s and '80s upon entering the acting scene in New York City, Jackson soon realized he needed to get clean to if he wanted to be serious about his career. The actor admitted that sobriety truly enabled him to get inside of a character in a deeper way.
Despite many of the roles the TV and film actress has played in the past, Gillian Jacobs revealed on Jimmy Kimmel Live! that she's never had a drink in her life and doesn't plan to.
The country music star discussed his road to sobriety on Ellen where he recalled how he made his decision to change his ways back in 2008: "I think it's a personal choice—when it gets to the point where you think it's affecting you adversely and it's affecting your relationships."
The Spiderman star has been open about his sobriety in many interviews, telling the Guardian "I stopped consuming any mind-altering substances when I was 19 years old. And I've been abstinent since then."
The English guitarist struggled with his alcohol addiction for much of his early career. But after the birth of his son in 1986, Clapton made the decision to truly get sober and has continued to live in sobriety ever since.
The British media mogul struggled with her alcohol and drug addictions the most when her parents Sharon and Ozzy Osbourne were experiencing life-threatening illnesses in the early 2000s. Osbourne has now successfully been living in sobriety for over 7 years.
The rapper and actor told Piers Morgan in an interview that although he dabbled in selling drugs in his early years, he never actually took drugs or drank alcohol because it just didn't agree with him.
Lead singer of The Killers, Brandon Flowers, revealed that engaging in alcohol use during the early years of the band's success truly helped him to decide which path he wanted to follow when he became a father. Flowers has now been embracing the sober life for much of the later half of his career.
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