January 31, 2013 1:12 PM | By Jackie Burns
Stars suffering from a mid-life crisis

Click through the gallery to see which celebrities have given us a front-row seat to their mid-life crisis.

Madonna, Johnny Depp, Kris Jenner with Lance Bass (© WENN)
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You just never know when a mid-life crisis may strike, but in Hollywood the symptoms usually present themselves in a similar fashion; chasing after boy-toys/girls, living out rock star fantasies or partying like it’s frosh week all over again. Of course, there can be plenty of plastic surgery too and a feverish desperation to turn back the clock at all costs. Click through the gallery to see which celebrities have given us a front-row seat to their mid-life crisis.

Feb 2, 2013 12:04PM

you serious galt guy?!? have you seen madonna do the psy dance!? have you seen madonna ask her audience if they have seen 'molly'?! which btw if you dont know is slang for MDMA which is ecstacy... which kills people...

she is desperately trying to be so cool, ssoooo cool

Feb 2, 2013 2:10PM
Seems that everyone is just damned if you do or don't . Everyone wants to tell everyone else gow to think, how to live,. how to be [you get the picture. If your over 30 -35 / whatever , your supposed to crawl into a small dark hole and wait to die cause your old ?, over 50 -and your still here ?, older than that your ancient- a relic. Youth is something everyone aspires to - one day Paris Hiton at 28 was just young and experiencing growing pains - a few years later - why doesn't she grow uip- smarten up and get some botox. Getting older is something I guess we should all aspire to do because the alternative is death , and how weeach approach the additional years should also be an individual choice . If your happy with lines and wrinkles , and a more relaxed body and lifestyle good for you . If  my plan [or yours invovles creams. serums, injections. doctors, work outs etc.] who the hell is anyone else tocomment on it. If these famous people are having trouble with the ons;laaught of advancing years iis it any wonder with thw way we as a society treat each other , and what hope is there for the rest of us just avearage Josephines [Joes][ who kust want tpo look and feel as good as we can for as long as we can . Lets all we a little kinder a little gentler to one another.
Feb 2, 2013 8:02PM
heather should know and I hope she reads this-heather has a great beauty and it doesn't matter if hollywood can use you.Open your own franchise of health spas.You are a beauty.apeople love you for the california-type look that they seem to want to access.Don't let your fan club down, heather, just become what you are ment to be-inspirational!
Feb 5, 2013 11:16PM
I don't care if i was 75! Who would give up the chance to rock out with Alice Cooper?!

Feb 2, 2013 5:10PM
She's had the problem since her pubessence but then, when was that ??? she's always been like she is right now, she can't seem to shake it anymore...S##t
Feb 2, 2013 8:50PM
Demi Moore-you are fabulous for the age you are-don't lose the admirable quality you have attained just because you are separated from Ash don K. He is not worth the ground you walk on. Sure he had admirable qualities you liked when you met him, but come on, he's KELSO, right? He's always going to be younger-and stupider, right?
Feb 2, 2013 8:16PM
Madonna is suffering what all of us mid-life people are suffering-the "maybe" human emotion of secondary life style, that space where hollywood says you are being replaced with someone younger-no one likes to be replaced, for whatever reason-but aging is a natural form of life. Madonna should gracefully move over and still do the things she is doing, but tastefully as an older woman. It cheapens what you have accomplished if you sell it out. The $149,000.00 that is reportedly going to making her younger would be better spent on charity things that she is known for in the past. Madonna, like it or not, you and I are not 20 anymore. By the way, you are in wonderful shape for your age.
Feb 2, 2013 8:10PM
Middle age crises.Life gives us a turn of events we are never ready for.We exspirerience different thoughts,emotions,changes going on as we get older.It is important that we try to remember that making mistakes is ok,but we must never give up,and tackle every opsticle as it comes.We must remember that no matter what crises we endure in life we can not do anything without Jesus christ.
Feb 2, 2013 1:34AM
Hey Madonna, et al; if you're reading this, you'll have to excuse Jackie Burns......she should only hope she has 1/8 of the success you've all had (and continue to have, I might add) when SHE'S reached middle age.    Who does she think she is?   Let's hope by that time, she's learned a little class, and stopped being such a (rhymes with hunt). 
Feb 2, 2013 5:48PM
I wish Madonna didn't have to age....she is an amazing fearless entertainer and I always enjoy her music and shows.
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