Celebrity·Posted on Nov 7, 201427 Celebrities On Dealing With Depression And Bipolar Disorder"There's nothing worse than being fake happy."by Julia PugachevskyBuzzFeed StaffFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink 1. Wayne Brady Dave Kotinsky / Getty Images After the death of Robin Williams, Brady opened up about his own depression battles. 2. Nicki Minaj Jamie McCarthy / Getty Images In a 2011 Cosmo article, Nicki opened up about the depression she felt when she first started out as a performer and had to deal with constant disappointment. 3. Ellen DeGeneres Kevin Winter / Getty Images Ellen reportedly experienced a deep depression after her show on ABC got canceled in 1998. 4. Frazer Harrison / Getty Images Kanye reportedly felt suicidal after his mother's death in 2007. 5. Demi Lovato Getty Images for Vevo Christopher Polk Demi Lovato has been outspoken about her bipolar disorder and is an advocate for mental health. 6. Lady Gaga FREDERIC J. BROWN / Getty Images Lady Gaga revealed her difficulties in dealing with depression (and how she learned to overcome it) in Harper's Bazaar. 7. Miley Cyrus Frazer Harrison / Getty Images Miley talked about her ongoing battle against depression in an Elle article this past April. 8. Jim Carrey Kevin Winter / Getty Images The comedian had previously used Prozac to "help him out of a jam" but now lives a fully drug- and alcohol-free life, even avoiding coffee. 9. Brad Pitt Kris Connor / Getty Images Pitt felt depressed early on in his acting career, and attributes a trip to Casablanca to helping him overcome his depression. 10. Angelina Jolie CARL COURT / Getty Images Jolie slipped into a depression in 2008 after tragedy struck in her family. 11. Jon Hamm Alberto E. Rodriguez / Getty Images The Mad Men actor said that he found antidepressants and therapy helpful in working through his depression. 12. Halle Berry Mike Coppola / Getty Images Berry contemplated suicide after the end of her first marriage in 1996. 13. Pete Wentz Jason Kempin / Getty Images The singer is quite vocal about fighting depression and seeks to help others struggling as well. 14. Mandy Moore Ilya S. Savenok / Getty Images After her then-boyfriend Zach Braff admitted to dealing with mild depression, Mandy Moore revealed her own struggles. 15. Mel C. Andreas Rentz / Getty Images The former Spice Girl admitted to having depression and an eating disorder in the past. 16. Russell Brand Kevin Winter / Getty Images The actor-comedian copes with his depression by channeling it into his art. 17. Kirsten Dunst Mark Metcalfe / Getty Images Kirsten Dunst described the impossible emotional standards of being an actor dealing with depression. 18. Ashley Judd Kevin Winter / Getty Images Ashley Judd cited rehab as the first time her feelings felt validated. 19. Winona Ryder Imeh Akpanudosen / Getty Images After breaking up with Johnny Depp, Ryder went into a deep depression and felt as though she wasn't entitled to her feelings because of her success as an actor. 20. Michelle Williams Mike McGinnis / Getty Images The former Destiny's Child member encourages everyone with depression to seek help. 21. Gwyneth Paltrow FRANCK FIFE / Getty Images it wasn't until Gwyneth's second child that she started to feel the effects of postpartum depression. 22. Brooke Shields MARK RALSTON / Getty Images In 2005, Brooke Shields spoke out against Tom Cruise's interview with Matt Lauer, where he was dismissive of Shields' postpartum depression. 23. Roseanne Barr Kevin Winter / Getty Images Barr is a passionate advocate for yoga and other forms of spiritual healing. 24. Drew Carey Frederick M. Brown / Getty Images The comedian touched upon how tough it is to seek help when working in the entertainment industry. 25. Sheryl Crow Brad Barket / Getty Images The singer admitted to having thought about suicide in the past. 26. Carrie Fisher Sascha Steinbach / Getty Images Carrie Fisher has been vocal about her difficulties with bipolar disorder. 27. Catherine Zeta-Jones Jason Merritt / Getty Images Though she wanted to remain fairly private about her struggle, Catherine Zeta-Jones is all for people seeking the help they need.