Scott Stapp Wants to Reunite Creed

Image Courtesy of Wind Up RecordsIt's been a strange year for Scott Stapp. Last November, the former Creed frontman posted a series of videos in which he said he was under attack from people who had left him broke and homeless after stealing his money and threatening to humiliate him. He then revealed that he had been diagnosed with bipolar disorder after a "psychotic break" brought on by drug and alcohol abuse, during which he "drove around the United States for a month, following an angel that I saw on the hood of my car."

Now, Stapp, who says he's since gotten sober, wants to reunite his old band. In an interview on The Doctor Oz Show, which will air on Tuesday, September 15, Stapp says he "sure hope[s]" Creed will end their hiatus.

"I love the guys with all my heart," Stapp says. "If they're watching, 'Come on guys, let's make a record.'"

Creed has been on hiatus since 2012. The band's last album was 2009's Full Circle.

Stapp and his wife, Jaclyn, also will appear on the upcoming season VH1's Couples Therapy with Dr. Jenn, which premieres October 7.

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