Parents' Guide to

Celebrities Undercover

By Melissa Camacho, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 13+

Light celeb-undercover prank show with some language.

TV Oxygen Reality TV 2014
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Celebrities Undercover, which is produced by Wendy Williams, offers a fun and voyeuristic chance to watch celebrities be flies on the wall and listen to what people really have to say about them. Much of the humor comes from watching celebs react to the actors, who encourage them to do things such as steal personal items, sell information to the paparazzi, and engage in other inappropriate behavior.

It's fun but at times awkward as celebs, who are used to hearing nothing but good things from their staff and celebrity worshippers, are forced to listen to some of the snarky or downright mean things their supposed fans have to say about them. But luckily there are some loving fans who create some positive moments, too. Overall, if you're looking for a good dose of lighthearted celebrity watching, this show will fit the bill.

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