Parents' Guide to

All About Aubrey

By Melissa Camacho, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 15+

Making it in the music biz with some sexy, catty content.

TV Oxygen Reality TV 2011
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The reality biopic invites viewers to watch the singer transform her image as a tabloid celebrity to a serious musical artist. It contains lots of voyeuristically intimate moments where O'Day struggles with her self-confidence, body image, and sexuality. It also underscores what people who aspire to become successful in the music and entertainment industry must do in order to even be marginally successful.

While there are some encouraging messages here about motivation and working hard, they are often offset by the cast's drinking, cat fighting, and silly behavior. Their endless conversations about "finding a man" (many of which contain strong and sometimes crude sexual references) are also tiresome. But no doubt that reality fans that like this kind of comeback story will find the overall series entertaining.

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