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Dr. Drew gets real with Wendy Williams and talks Nivea 'Touch' campaign

Dr. Drew from the television show “Celebrity Rehab” and "Life Changers" visited the "Wendy Williams Show" on Thursday to talk about his upcoming season and Nivea’s “Touch Program”. His time on the show was about a very real issue that many Americans face every day: intimacy by way of touch. Check out the video of his visit to the left.

He talked about Nivea’s “Million Moments of Touch campaign”. We touch our electronic equipment more than our loved ones at home. In our society we are missing that touch factor with our loved ones. Many things go into losing this important, intimate level of communication – just a few are mentioned in the video segment to the left. Dr. Drew asked people to check out Nivea’s Facebook page for more information on “Date Night”. The company is giving away $250.00 to help make a Date Night happen for some lucky winners. Check out their Facebook page to enter for your own chance of a romantic date night.

As far as the show “Celebrity Rehab”, he confirmed it will be back, but instead of using celebrities their focus will be on real people, which will allow audience members to really connect to the issue, perhaps even seem more genuine.

Do you like the idea of watching Dr. Drew help real people with their addiction problems or are you more interested in watching? Are you excited about Nivea’s campaign? Feel free to leave your opinion below in the comment section.

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