Parents' Guide to

Celebrity Exposé

By Melissa Camacho, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 16+

Gossipy guilty pleasure is no role model for kids.

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Like any celebrity newsmagazine show, Celebrity Exposé exploits any shocking events that are actually caught on camera. In an effort to keep the "exposé" from becoming redundant (which is what showing the same footage over and over again tends to do), psychologists offer their two cents about what they see. The featured celeb's estranged parents, friends, and assistants also weigh in with their thoughts

The show is a TV gossip column that highlights the salacious details of a celeb's life gone wrong. Analyzing everything from a troubled star's first crush to his or her latest film flop, CE tries to flesh out every aspect of stars' lives in order to shed light on their latest outrageous and self-destructive antics. Bottom line? It's the kind of thing that can be a true guilty pleasure, but since it doesn't provide true context (or truly thoughtful analysis), it's not much different from reading The Enquirer at the grocery store.

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