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1. O : The Oprah Magazine
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2. People
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3. Teen People
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6. People En Espanol
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1. O : The Oprah Magazine
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Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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4-0 out of 5 stars Motivates and Inspires You To Better Things

Oprah is living testimony that you have to constantly strive to become a better person. There is no quick remedy to become a better and positive person, and instead you have to constantly work at it. Of course, we don't have Oprah's wealth and support system to help us, but what we do have is this magazine. This is a great self-help magazine.

In today's world where we are constantly strapped for time, and our attention span cannot last more than 5 minutes, this is a great magazine to read and imbine motivation and inspiration.

What makes this magazine a little different from others is that it has examples of real people that you and I can relate to. What I find very interesting is the last page where Oprah pens her thoughts, and reveals her inner-feelings. I remember that in one of the issues Oprah mentions that even though she can afford to buy lots of clothes, she still stops and asks herself if she needs to buy this new piece of clothing. You instantly know that Oprah does not believe in squandering away her wealth, but is careful but how she spends it.

5-0 out of 5 stars Greatness
I love O Magazine because it really helps me to be the very best person I can be.

I am continually striving to improve my life and my circumstance, and this magazine brings me fresh ideas and perspectives about that every single month.

Some of the other greatest and most helpful items that I've discovered also include...

GIANT STEPS by Tony Robbins

The NEW SEX NOW dvd by New Sex Institute

GODDESS WORSHIP video by Dr. Clarke

SONICAIRE toothbrush


4-0 out of 5 stars Be the Advocate!

Like millions of others I am Oprah follower. I do watch the show as often as my time allows. However, I think that the magazine is many steps behind the show. Maybe it is because we are all used to do some errands when the commercials come on TV during the show. Maybe because the show does not seem to be contracted out to other celebrities to fill the void...

I am simply overwhelmed by the amount of advertising in the magazine.-- What a waste of paper! I imagined that "Oprah Inc." is rich enough to give up on some extra revenues for the sake of better content...

I also find that it would be more interesting to diversify the articles with some not-so-accomplished authors as Dr. Phil. Why the magazine does not bring to the daylight some great books that deserve much more attention than they are presently given? It is a big mystery to me that such a great volume like "Can We Live 150 Years?" by Dr. Tombak, remains obscure, while other authors, are being thrown in our face day by day to the point of nausea... I'd imagine that this would be a great opportunity for such media like Oprah Magazine to step up and play the role of the advocate, discoverer, promoter, or whatever you call it. Some things simply need more publicity, so why pass on the opportunity and play the same old record again and again...

So much critique and still 4 stars? Hey, I criticize to improve things that I like. Oprah magazine deserves 4 stars, but it can be even better...

3-0 out of 5 stars Great Magazine However...
This magazine is unlike other magazines that are focused on gossip, foolishness and sex.I read almost every article in each issue that I have received thus far.

Upon receiving the first issue in my subscription to O Magazine, I was pleased to find that particular issue was 350+ pages thick.I later found that approximately 75% of that issue and following issues were advertisements.If I wanted to flip through multiple advertisements, I'd subscribe to Vogue or Cosmopolitan.If O Magazine published articles alone, it would consist of no more than 100 pages, which would probably cause a huge reduction in the cost ...

4-0 out of 5 stars She has survived past so many that have tumbled.
Overall, the magazine is positive and forwardly focused so in that sense there are moments of empowerment. The photography is phenomenal and the features are well-written but can be quite bland.I think one issue is often simply more of the same from the issue before so an issue here or there is interesting but a subscription would be redundant.

How many women are there who have Oprah's business acumen and are intelligent enough to stay out of controversial personal entanglements like "O" say Martha or Rosie?I have to be in awe of Oprah's achievements and the staying power to continue the selling success with a magazine that by all accounts is a photographic journey of Oprah on every cover - every month for five years.No super-model on the planet or even the most succesful actress can include that on a resume! ... Read more

2. People
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Average Customer Review: 3.45 out of 5 stars
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People is the most wildly, consistently successful magazine in history (not to mention the most stolen from lunchrooms) and it's avidly read by half the population of America each year. Why? The people at People know what you want to read: the absolute latest, impossible-to-get dish on celebrity scandals (a $3-million-a-year fact-checking department keeps it real); definitive tribute issues; snappy wrap-ups on the whereabouts of yesterday's stars and the current Most Beautiful People; riveting stories of real folks caught up in the day's biggest news, health, and crime stories; and quick picks and pans on what's up in entertainment. And after years of black-and-white drabness, the mag has fully mastered the art of flashy, full-color photography. --Bob Brandeis ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars One of the best surprise gift I ever got
Someone gave this to me as a gift a while back... and as I was thanking them I have to admit I was scratching my head and asking myself "why?" Well, the answer came when I started to get the magazine...

In an age when magazines routinely come less and less frequently (down from monthly to 10 times a year or even 6 times a year) it was really great to just get so darn many magazines frankly! Besides the sheer number of issues they are just plain fun and timely.. Yes, they do human interest stories and more *deep* stories from time to time... but mostly its just a fast paced easy to read escape of whats happening ...right now..this week.

The people and stories they cover are generally the celebs or people with *current* public interest who are making the news at that time and that will click with most people. The stories dont go deep into any particular story but there is a reasonable amount of info without being especially unsavory (ie the stories do not seem overly intrusive to the people they are about, nor do the pictures of them)

The person who got me this could have got me something esle I suppose..the fruit of the month club, time magazine, new york magazine... a plant... but this was just so much more fun..every time it comes!

4-0 out of 5 stars Scoops without Sensationalism
I have been buying this magazine for a number of years, and it just keeps getting better all the time.

You get up to date information on celebrity gossip, as well as human interest stories, and excellent photographs, but everything is done tastefully, without tabloid sensationalism.

Nice features include reviews of current films, books and music, with Editor's picks, and the special issues are always collectibles. More news is available to subscribers and newstand buyers at

How can it be improved? In my opinion, it needs some humour sections, and top ten lists of music, books and films.

Overall, a great magazine that friends are lining up to borrow.
Get your own copies guys!

5-0 out of 5 stars I'm a People Person
This magazine has had such a tremendous influence on my life. I know that a lot of readers get this subscription because they think of People Magazine as just "Fluff," but if you are looking for inspiration, the pages of People are loaded with it.

For example, several years ago, reading about Tony Robbins in People inspired me to investigate what he was all about. That led to my buying one of his books, then a set of motivational tapes, and ultimately I went to one of his live seminars and WALKED ON FIRE! That experience has led me to a personal understanding that I can do ANYTHING that I set my mind to. All because I read about Tony in People.

Another great example is Robert Kyosaki -- I read a profile on Robert which talked about his Rich Dad Poor Dad book, which prompted me to get a copy of the tape set. I drove around listening to those tapes in my car for months -- and then next thing I knew, I made an offer on a house, got it accepted, and suddenly, just a few months later, I went from being a renter to a home-owner. My own personal American Dream story, straight from the pages of People.

And lastly -- perhaps most importantly -- I read a small story about a new system for increasing intimacy and passion for couples. I followed up by buying a copy of the "New Sex Now" dvd right here on amazon, and before I knew what had happened, suddenly my lovelife went from ho-hum to humming on all cylinders. I started dating a woman with whom I shared some major chemistry, and soon I turned her onto the experience -- it ignited passion in us both that we had never known before, and intimacy that was unparalleled. Now, a few years later, she's my wife. Talk about fulfillment! I connected with the love of my life because of an article I read in People.

Granted, all of the foregoing is not to say that there's not a great deal of very light entertaining reading and pictures in People, for those who want to just veg out and pass the time idly. But for those who are looking to improve themselves, for those who are looking to suck the juice out of every drop of life, People magazine can be the stuff which makes dreamers out of work-a-day slobs by providing pictures and profiles of the people who inspire us to be more than what we are. How much more could you want from a magazine?

3-0 out of 5 stars Beautiful People?
The cover of your beautiful people seems to be wrong. The small picture of Pat Tillman should have been the cover, with the picture of Jennifer Aniston on the corner. The issue should have been focused on the truly beautiful - the servicemen and women fighting for our country. The so-called "stars" seem even more superficial when you put a photo of Pat Tillman, and all he stands for ont he magazine. How many "stars" could of, or would of, done what Mr. Tillman did for his country.

4-0 out of 5 stars overall people is a good magazine
hmm... people magazine. well like every magazine it has its ups and downs; good articles and bads. but i think people has more good than bad. i like their celebrities and their other articles. And i LOVE the sexiest man alive issue and the special feature issues like 200 greatest pop icons, 100 greatest movie stars of our time, ect. ... Read more

3. Teen People
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3-0 out of 5 stars A pretty good teen magazine
"Teen People", targeted to ages 13 and up, features articles mainly focusing on celebrities, beauty, fashion, along with occasional real-life stories about real teens, and what's going on in the world around us. However, I did come across several annoying parts of the magazine, which include:

- Too many advertisements: Basically, there's an ad on every other page, and about 12 in the front of the magazine. I wouldn't mind if they didn't have so many ads in the magazine.

- Short Articles: Many articles are just 1-3 pages long, while many other teen magazines have much longer articles. Whenever I finish a Teen People article, I'm thinking "That's it? I want to read more!"

-Doesn't focus much on real-life issues: Like I said earlier, this magazine does have some stories about real teens and news of what's going on, but not too much. If you're looking for magazines that feature more real-life stories and issues, I suggest getting something else.

Anyway, I would say that TeenPeople is a pretty good magazine, especially if you're obsessed with reading about the latest trends and celebrities. Other good teen magazines include "CosmoGIRL!", "YM", "Seventeen", and "Teen".

4-0 out of 5 stars Teen People has gotten a lot better!
Before 2004, I used to think that Teen People was way too much celebrity-obsessed and had too many advertisements, but it seems like the editors and writers have been making a change for the better. Teen People is now a magazine that many teenagers, will enjoy and like to read. It covers many topics, from the latest celebrity news and pictures to real-life stories.

Teen People's articles have been getting longer and more complex, which I think is a nice thing especially for those who like to read a lot. They are no longer limited to 1 or 2 pages, now many of them are at least 3 or 4. Teen People features articles about celebrities, the latest fashion and beauty trends, real-life stories, guy advice, and more. It's a great magazine for those who love reading about celebrities and their latest doings, because like it's parent magazine People, Teen People covers these topics a lot but equally balances the other topics along with it. Additionally, Teen People has fun stuff like quizzes, games, embarrasing moments stories, and more.

I would recommend Teen People for any teen who is looking for a good, easy-to-read magazine with a little bit of a bigger emphasis on celebrities. It's a wonderful and age-appropriate magazine for anyone ages around 12 or 13 and up.

5-0 out of 5 stars This Mag, Rocks My World!
I'm 15 years old. And for several years now I have been reading this magazine! It's so good! I just recently got a subscription, and I love it! I think any Teenager who is in the "in crowd" would love this magazine!

1-0 out of 5 stars crap
I honestly do not know what the audience of Teen People is. I read it off and on again and, as of late, wonder who it could be aimed at. Teen People is the most liberal magazine out there. It is obsessed with sex (...), is shallow and annoying. It claims that its audience is teenagers. It may be, but it must be for the shallow, atheist teenager. It sure is not for someone who takes their religious beliefs seriously, and it sure is not for someone who is gay or transgender. I have seen Teen People's desperate attempts to get everyone to read it. Its attempts are what cause it to fall flat on its face. It claims to be aimed at older teens, and yet it features Hillary Duff on the cover. It has articles on born-Again Christians that sound as though they were written by an atheist. Its articles on gays sound forced. The magazine repeats the same things over and over again, like a broken record. This magazine is not for me. I am a middle-ground, straight conservative Christian. Leave this sex-crazed for shallow teens only magazine on the newstand. It is about time this magazine was put in its place. It used to be good. Its articles were not forced and the authors actually did their homework when they researched it. It used to have substance. What has become of Teen People? It has lost its appeal. Hopefully someday the appeal will come back. But for now, it sucks. Period.

1-0 out of 5 stars Went down the drain...
I subscribed for this magazine when I was in the 6th or 7th grade (in 2000). I loved it! It had reading, about 3 full pages (no adds!) on the cover article, and it was just really fun to read through. I could spend the whole month reading through it.

Now I'm in the 10th grade... and it's just lame. There's rarely a page that doesn't have an advertisement and it takes me just 5 minutes to flip through and discard. They have adapted new layouts... like during "Star Tracks" they point to things and say a joke or something. I find this extremely tacky.

I may have just grown out of it, but I've only been a teenager for 2 years, and this should be a teen magazine. It definately has changed: I looked through the first one I ever got and it didn't have nearly as many ads in it. This is clearly a change of the times for the worst. There is no substance in it anymore.

I recommend this magazine for pre-teens and 13 year-olds. If you want a teen magazine with substance, I really don't know what to tell you. They're all like this. Maybe get an adult magazine such as Teen People's parent, People. I personally grew out of Teen People and don't recommend it for teens who like to read and don't like to be bombarded by tasteless advertisements. ... Read more

4. Star

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Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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4-0 out of 5 stars Life is Too Short, That's Why You Need Star.
Star is definitely way up there on my list of guilty pleasures. In my opinion, of the celebrity magazines it has the best photos, the best reporters and tattlers, it's always easy to read and with its new slick format, it is totally irresistable. And they always come up some clever columns or series. Like for a minute, it was Joan Rivers and her daughter on the Fashion Police Beat. Now, it's "Normal or Not Normal". As the paparazzo catch the Beautiful Ones doing seemingly everyday things the Star Editors have fun with whether this is normal behavior with a hilarious rating system. Anyway, I stack it right along with my weekly journal and magazine reading. To me it's a fun publication. ... Read more

5. Premiere
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Average Customer Review: 4.83 out of 5 stars
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It may share the same ZIP Code as its Tinseltown cousin Entertainment Weekly, but Premiere is a far different magazine, focusing less on gossip and more on the nuts and bolts that have helped Hollywood become a gigantic industry. Premiere tackles the big picture through articles like "Women in Film," "The Ultimate Summer Movie Guide," and "The Power List" of who's who in Hollywood. Premiere also offers a great variety of profiles, from movie stars to behind-the-scene players like grips and gaffers. Smart, unbiased reviews accompany each month's top movie releases, and the "In the Works" and "Home Guide" sections track films from creation to video release. Libby Gelman-Waxner adds humor with her indelible look at film from the fan's point of view. --Doug Thomas ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Now Playing At A Theater Near You
Premiere covers the film industry like no other magazine out there. Sure, there are plenty of other "movie industry" titles to choose from, but few do it with such style. I have been a loyal subscriber for nearly a decade. In that time, I have always found their articles and interviews to be top notch. Each year brings 4 special movie preview issues, that not only tell you what's coming out when, but these previews also offer (usually) spot on predictions about how each film will preform.

I also like the magazines regular features and columns. "If You Ask Me" by Libby Gelman-Waxner is always good for a chuckle. The column talks about the current film trends. Each issue has 2 review sections: One for new/upcoming flicks, while the Home Guide tackles what's new at the rental counter. The Action section takes a look at who's hot, casting news, a bit of rumor and speculation, scene stealers, Q+A with Glenn Kenny, the fun, Go Figure, and other tid bits. Another gem is The Filmmaker Series that spotlights a major Hollywood type every month. Each issuue ends with a mini interview, with a film star, called Idol Chatter.

Some of the "news" in the magazine may seem outdated since this is a monthly. But Premire makes up for that, with in depth coverage, of all things film. Highly Recommended for all film goers and buffs

5-0 out of 5 stars Best all-purpose movie and DVD magazine out there!
Premiere is one of those magazines I used to buy when flying. It was light, fun, and it covered one of my favorite subjects: the movies. That was then, and thank goodness this is now. Premiere has completely renewed itself into a superb entertainment and arts publication. The editorial direction is unusual among these kinds of magazines in that in any given issue, you get a taste of Rolling Stone, Entertainment Weekly, Cinefex, Movietone, and Playboy. The upside of the editorial diversity is that every issue is immensely readable. The downside to the editorial diversity is that you can't enjoy any consistency from one issue to the next. Still, all in all, Premiere is a super read each month and I highly recommend it!

5-0 out of 5 stars Viggo The Amazing!
This maginze holds a one-on-one interview with the fabulous Viggo Mortenson. Viggo Mortenson is an amazing actor/artist.He was brilliant in Lord Of The Rings and Walk Two Moons and his new book Signlangue is brilliant! He is an amazing phototagrapher and poet as well as an amazing actor. This magazine gives you an inside look on what Viggo is doing next in the movie bussiness but I won't tell you what it is. I rated this magize a five star.

5-0 out of 5 stars A must-read for all film buffs!
Premiere continually raises the bar for both serious film discussion and the art of having fun with the movies. They have just returned to their original oversized format, and I cannot express the improvement. New features and revamped older ones are continually fresh and surprising, and Libby rules! Now if they could just bring back Ted Casablanca's column, they would be unbeatable!

5-0 out of 5 stars Perfect Blend of Industry News and Showbiz Glitz
I have subscribed to Premiere magazine for about 10 years now. And I'm still not bored. There are movie reviews, previews of what's coming soon, sneak peeks into what's in the works, interviews with stars, directors, writers, and producers, in-depth articles on the making of movies and unmasking of studio woes. Premiere gives its readers insight into the realities of movie-making: the good, the bad , and the ugly...and the absurd. But along with the business, there is the glamour and gossip of Hollywood. There are plenty of interviews with stars accompanied by big, sexy photo layouts. This is a magazine whose editors clearly love the movies and are fascinated by all aspects of the business. They give us industry news and allow us to see how this fascinating film industry we have in Hollywood functions -but without denying the fun of Hollywood's glamorous, glitzy, sex-crazed marketing machine. Be sure to check out Libby Gelman-Waxner's monthly humorous take on what's at the box office. And the DVD reviews in the "Home Guide " each month will help you decide which DVD's are worth a look. There are magazines that have more movie-star gossip; and there are trade magazines that have more industry news. But Premiere is the perfect blend of both for the movie-lover and video-rental junkie. ... Read more

6. People En Espanol
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Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Una revista muy chevere
This magazine is wonderful if you are looking for a magazine that is easy to read, entertaining and yet informative all in one. It is geared toward the Latin community but I think it could also interest anyone who speaks Spanish and has a love for the culture. I started buying this magazine regularly in 1998 and I am still a fan of People en espanol. At first glance one may think that it's the Spanish version the weekly People magazine in English but believe me the only element in common is the title. This magazine has a section on "la farándula" and "en familia" which I find always nice to read and sometimes there are good articles about infants and kids that give helpful tips about childcare. There are other informative sections that you can read according to your personal preference. Lastly, the quality of the Spanish is very good in comparison to other magazines in its class in which I have found major grammar errors on a regular basis. This magazine is worth every cent and can be read through an through.

5-0 out of 5 stars better than the regular people magazine
I have been learning Spanish for several years now, but when I started out my teacher recommended People in espanol. When I got good enough at reading spanish, I started reading it. It is an awesome magazine, much better than its English counterparts. You won't find the same people over and over in the magazine, and the magazine seems to have more of a personal touch to it. The pages are more colorful and there are quizzes and other puzzles, as well as informative articles that are not the typical fluff of this magazine's english counterpart. It introduced me to a different culture as well.

5-0 out of 5 stars The Best Spanish Language Magazine in the US
People en Espanol is a magazine ALL Latinos can be proud of. A solid editorial mix of current events, celebrities, trends, fashion and nostalgia, the magazine is journalistically far superior to other titles for the same audience. Not only are its reporting standards superb, the magazine provides a wonderful range of stories every month. Unlike "TV & Novelas" which is all gossip-all-the-time, or "Latina" which is written in "spanglish" or even "Selecciones" which appeals to my parents, "People en Espanol" offers a genuine high-integrity alternative in Spanish that truly makes it unique, relevent and dynamic. The stories are interesting, the information valuable, and the photos our culture!

Moreover, it's not a knock-off of the US version of People Weekly - in fact, very little of its coverage draws from the US title, so that the editorial is fresh and relevant to the Latino audience, not matter if the reader is Mexican, Cuban, Puerto Rican, South American or Dominican. That alone makes it very special. In a culture where each subgroup seems self-isolated, this magazine works hard to focus on the ties that bind our communities rather than the ones that seem to drive us apart.

It's a magazine I am proud to subscribe to, and one I have given to countless friends as a gift. They love it, and you'll love it too!! ... Read more

7. National Enquirer
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Sales Rank: 186
Average Customer Review: 3.33 out of 5 stars
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1-0 out of 5 stars Better things to do...
People, get a life. Read something other than trash!!!

5-0 out of 5 stars The ultimate fun rag
I have been a loyal subscriber to the Enquirer since around 1985 or so. I love this rag! It's the best of the best, if you can only subscribe to one rag, this is it. I also read the Star and the Globe, but the Enquirer is really the top one. I don't like the National Examiner or the others because I don't find them reliable. If you read the "triple crown" each week, like I do, you will know all you need to about Hollywood. Some of the stories turn out to be made up, but I read it more for entertainment value. After almost 20 years, I can usually tell what has real factual basis, what is fabricated from nothing, and what is, in fact, false. They got me on Celine Dion, though, that read like a factually accurate story.

Great celebrity gossip, hysterical and embarassing photos, and a light-hearted touch, this is what makes this rag the best. The Enquirer has also broken some really big stories, too. My only complaint is that they don't know when to let a story drop. I'm all for trashing celebrities and laughing at their non-serious misfortunes, but I've considered dropping my subscription because they just will not let Princess Diana and JFK, Jr. rest in peace. Almost every week, it's more royal tapes, scandals, and stories about JFK, Jr.'s supposedly bad marriage. Please, these poor people have been dead for years. They died under tragic circumstances. I don't want to read about these things. Leave them alone. Also, I'll curl up and die if I have to see one more picture of Laci Peterson or read about her bad marriage. Whoever killed her, she's dead. She was about to have a baby and it was the holidays, and someone killed her. Leave her alone! If the Enquirer is reading this, please take note. Almost everyone I know who reads it skips the Laci Peterson stories. People don't read the Enquirer to get bummed out, and there's nothing particularly interesting about the case.

I'm one of those people who reads the Enquirer and does not lie about it. Be true to yourself and subscribe today.

4-0 out of 5 stars THE BEST TRASH ON THE MARKET!!!
Every 6 to 8 weeks I have to go get my hair done. Every 6 to 8 weeks I am SO EXCITED to get caught up on all the "Real" news in the world. My hair dresser gets "The National Enquirer!!" This is the Greatest Best Biggest trash magazine in the United States!! Actually, I love to read it. It is goofy, light hearted, meaningless, stupid, and fulfills that part of me that "needs to know." Know what, I haven't quite figured out. This is the one that gets read. Why? Again, I don't know. Admit it to yourself (but not your friends) YOU LOVE IT TOO!! ... Read more

8. In Touch

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Asin: B00009VPDT
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Publisher: Heinrich Bauer North America
Sales Rank: 358
Average Customer Review: 3.38 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars I love In Touch!
This is a great magazine! I like it much better than People and Us Weekly because it offers uplifting information and isn't so depressing like People. They have all the latest celebrity gossip and style. Plus it's not as expensive as the others. With In Touch, you get so much more value for your money.

1-0 out of 5 stars Great if it arrives...on time or EVER
I subscribed to IN TOUCH shortly after it appeared on store shelves. Not only have at least five issues not ever even shown up in my mailbox since then, but IF they do, it is a week AFTER I've seen the magazine on the rack in stores. Terrible subscription service.

1-0 out of 5 stars Lightweight "Touch"
Want the leering celebrity gossip and trend-following of "Us" and "People," but don't want to spend so much time following all those long words? Then "In Touch" is your kind of magazine. Vapid, vacuous and obsessed with the gloss of celebrity, this is instantly forgettable ridiculous tabloid fluff.

"In Touch" is essentially a cheap, glossy tabloid magazine. Cover stories are usually the latest salacious love-life/pregnancy/breakup/marriage rumors ("Jennifer Dumps Her Lover!") or fluff stories about how celebrities lost weight, their clothes, their underwear (recommendations for nudie thongs?), how they decorated their homes, and updates on the thousands of reality-show celebrities du jour.

Ironically, despite the wealth of false -- and often silly -- rumors that "In Touch" produces, they have an entire section devoted to pronouncing rumors "false" or "true." Occasionally one of their fluff pieces is interesting, like the brief article on "Lord of the Rings" star Dominic Monoghan and his buggy pets (a mantis and a black widow). But only a handful of articles stand out -- the rest melt together into a sloppy sea of stale rumors.

It's hard to find many magazines more vapid than "In Touch." Aside from the ones for the under-five crowd, that is. It's heavy on pictures and lame captions, light on text, and very heavy on flash. Not to mention obsessed with people and things who are primarily famous for being famous -- Paris Hilton and Demi Moore most prominently.

"In Touch" is strictly a pleasure for those preoccupied by celebrity news, even if that news is garbage in more than one way. Instantly forgettable and light as a feather.

1-0 out of 5 stars Poor subscription delivery
Basically this is pure gossip reading. I like the magazine for this purpose, however THIS subscription delivery service is for the birds! I get a magazine, on average, every two or three weeks. When I do finally receive it, it is so outdated that the news is old and the "tv" programs to watch are already several days! The days I receive it also vary, there is no consistency whatsoever - very unreliable and you'd be better served by going to the store and buying it there.

5-0 out of 5 stars get more than you paid for!
I started buying this magazine the first day it hit the shelf at our Wal-Mart. I haven't missed an issue. This magazine gives you more info than if you knew the stars personally and were up close and personal with their lives. I feel like the other mags dish it out, but sometimes I wonder if some of there stories are just that- STORIES! It seems like they spread it on pretty thick at times just to sell a cover. I don't get that with IN TOUCH. I have a salon, and my clients are anxious to find out what is going on this week with their favorite stars. It doesn't bother me in the least to sit down on a Friday or Saturday night, when the family is winding down, and read this book cover to cover, knowing that my clients are just as much movie buffs as I am, and they will want to know a tidbit of information on their favorites. Thanks IN TOUCH, for adding an end of the week incintive for those of us who very rarely get a Saturday off. Your magazine gives me something to look forward to! ... Read more

9. TV Guide
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Average Customer Review: 2.91 out of 5 stars
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Around nearly as along as the television has been in American homes, TV Guide has been the TV reference guide for generations. With weekly regional issues jammed with clear and organized listings of what plays when, it's a compact and dependable guide for everyone from leisure-time weekender to professional couch potato. TV Guide remains in step with the explosion of cable channels, as television becomes the prime destination for innumerable sporting events, movies, and music. In addition to the listings, the week in television is covered alongside features on the top personalities and trends: visit the set of The Sopranos, get up-close with Janet Jackson before her special hits the airwaves, or ready yourself for the upcoming NFL season. The most recognizable and bestselling magazine of its kind, TV Guide is ground zero for what's happening on television. --Doug Thomas ... Read more

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3-0 out of 5 stars TV Guide Needs a Makeover
I've subscribed to TV Guide for about forever. Even as recently as a couple of years ago I read many of the articles and regularly looked through the listings to find my favorite programs. However, with the increased diversification of cable and satellite companies, it seems that TV Guide has a problem covering some markets with thorough and reliable information.

It seems as though TV Guide's coverage of shows focuses more and more on sitcoms and teen shows. I've gotten to the point with shows like "Friends" that I keep hoping the show will completely disappear so that I won't have to see another article about how overpaid the stars are, and who they are sleeping with, and the tantrums they throw on the set (if they show up at all). What happened to articles about the relevance of TV to society? What about articles regarding quality acting (and "Friends" isn't it)?

Once upon a time TV Guide had substantial information, often probing information. For most of us, TV Guide made us feel like we were insiders to the happenings behind the scenes in television. Today TV Guide feels like another teen magazine. After having subscribed for what seems like forever, we are letting our subscription lapse. TV Guide needs to look to its roots and figure out how to be more dynamic in this era. There is still some good and relevant information, and the major channels are covered in the program listing. However, do not be surprised if some channels are not covered (we do not have Bravo listings in our hourly listings, as an example), and do not be surprised if all the articles are about teen and young adult shows and stars. Three stars for a magazine that once was THE magazine for television, and now no longer distinguishes itself.

1-0 out of 5 stars a rip off
no matter how many times you contact them, you will never get your magazine, or your refund. DON'T EVER SUSCRIBE!!!

3-0 out of 5 stars No where what it used to be
I'm a pretty big TV fan. I'm a member of a family thats gotten TV guide for almost 20 years until this last year. It just isn't what it used to be.

Why does TV guide cover movies in the theater. If the movie isn't going to be on TV for over a year why are they covering it. Don't sell out. That bugs me a lot. You are suppose to be informative about TV not movies.

None of the columns are no where what they used to be. Cheers and Jeers used to be good, but it has lost it's flavor. I don't know whats happended to the writer, but he's become pretty harsh and hard to please. Him bashing those teenage kids for abstinence was one of the straws that broke my back to this magazine.

TV Guide does do a pretty good job of letting you know whats on TV. If a TV show is hot they let you know about it. They've always done a good job in this area.

As far as letting you know whats on tv TV guide does a good job. It's a pretty easy to read format with the times, dates, and channels listed. They lay the primetime schedule out everyday in a nice grid thats really easy to read.

One of the things I've always liked that TV guide did was in the back of the magazine. They would list all of the movies on the premium channels in ABC order. If your a big movie fan you could do a little bit of reading and then maybe plan on watching a movie. They still do this and I enjoy that.

TV Guide needs to stop selling out. It is going to kill there subscription list one day. We don't get TV guide in our house anymore because of Direct TV. The channel guide gives us everything TV Guide does and it's pointless to get the magazine. It's not bad if your a big TV fan and it's a one of a kind. I have no use for it anymore though.

1-0 out of 5 stars The "New" TV Guide
Recently, TV Guide made permanent changes to the format of their magazine. They now list all weekday programming (except for prime time and the middle of the night) in a grid form -- all five days on two pages for each three-hour time frame. This has left them with considerably less room for any detail, and has resulted in the use of "Various Programs" as the only listing for many channels that don't choose to have the same exact program at the same exact time day after day.

I did not subscribe to the TV Guide for the miscellaneous gossip and short stories they have, I wanted a guide to what was on TV. They no longer provide this. "Various Programs" is useless to me, and, unfortunately, something used way to often on the stations I prefer.

Plus, they now work on having it in mailboxes on Monday the week before, which also means they are not too up-to-date. Changes made within a week or so before airtime don't make it to the magazine.

If you want to read stories about TV shows and actors or get your horoscope for the week, you may like the magazine.

However, if you want accurate and complete listings for what's on TV, I recommend you use something else, like the one that comes with the Sunday paper. Not as glossy, but at least it doesn't pretend to be something it's not.

3-0 out of 5 stars Good magazine, way too expensive
I used to subscribe to TV Guide but stopped because there was a 100% price increase during the time I subscribed. 'TV Channels' that comes with our local paper is just as accurate and I have money left over to get some magazine for the 'magazine' part that Channels doesn't have. ... Read more

10. Globe
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3-0 out of 5 stars Hero Private Jessica
Your article re Private Jessica contains the words "who was seriously injured when her maintenance group was ambushed in the early days of the invasion."
Surely you must know by now that she was injured when the vehicle she was riding in rear-ended the one in front of her and that's how she incurred her injuries. Please do not perpetuate the myth.
I enjoy your puzzles and that's how I got "hooked" (as in have to have it) on your magazine.

5-0 out of 5 stars Second best rag on the market
I read the Enquirer, the Star, and the Globe. This is cleary No. 2, but it's a must read. It generally runs different stories than the Enquirer, so you're not overlapping on your information. Ivana Trump does an advice column. It's not quite up to Enquirer standards, but I have to say, the headlines are far more entertaining and embarassing. I'm not sure who writes the headlines for these 3 rags, but the Globe has the one who does it best as far as really funny and really sensational. The headlines mesh with the photographs better, too. Whoever does the headlines for the Globe is truly a genius. I think I could hold my own with the Enquirer's and the Star's headline writers, but the Globe's writers are truly inspired. Plus, this is the rag that set up Frank Gifford with Suzen Johnson in that classic, Spring 1997 Kathy Lee "trilogy." Wow, I remember receiving and reading those three editions like I remember the moon walk. Way to go, Globe!

To be honest, if you can only afford one rag, get the Enquirer. If you can afford two, the Globe is for you! ... Read more

11. Blender
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1-0 out of 5 stars Horrible magazine
The magazine in a group effort named "The Sound of Silence" by Simon and Garfunkle as one of the worst songs ever.

Do I have to say anything more?

1-0 out of 5 stars Terrible Magazine
This magazine is horrible.I originally thought it would discuss "cutting edge", interesting music that is perhaps a bit left of center.Rather, you get more info about Britney, Christina, and whom ever else is popular at the time.I did subscribe for a year with high hopes, but after the first few issues I realized I could have spent my money more wisely.This magazine is not for folk that are into music....but if you want to find out how cool the stupid singer from Fuel is for doing coke off of a filthy public toilet, go for it.

1-0 out of 5 stars What can you expect?
From the same bozos who bring us such brainfood as Maxim and Stuff...If you find the aforementioned entertaining, you might like this.

3-0 out of 5 stars Odd Mix of Smart History and Dumb Trendhopping
Blender might be the most readable general music mag available right now, since Spin and Rolling Stone have become mediocre and directionless. The best reason to buy Blender, if for nothing else, is the killer review section (see below). Blender is a schizophrenic magazine, as an intricate knowledge of highbrow rock history is mixed with a slavish obsession with teen pop trends, with music reporting that can be very informative but is lacking in depth. For example, recently Aerosmith's place in rock history was summed up with a statement that they had some hit singles in the 70s and then were sampled by Eminem. Meanwhile, if you want to be on the cover or appear visually in more than a couple of basic photos, you'd better be photogenic. Blender has a weakness for cheesecake shots of attractive female entertainers who apparently don't mind showing off the goods because they know their music can't be taken seriously. Recent notorious examples are Jessica Simpson and Hilary Duff, while spreads on Mariah Carey and Jennifer Lopez divert attention from ability to skin.

A further weakness is an inability to effectively mix deep music knowledge and shallow fandom. The greatest feature of Blender is the reviews section, in which all manner of both obscure and famous music is (mostly) reviewed intelligently. Of great merit is the monthly focus on a chosen artist's back catalog, and acts ranging from Black Sabbath to George Harrison to Elvis Costello have been profiled with great historical insight. But the knowledgeable reviews, despite their general usefulness to serious fans, are still marred by ceaseless trendy namedropping. In the most recent issue, Sri Lankan artist MIA is hyped as "Jay Z's favorite," a band called Ivy is written up because they have "ties to Fountains of Wayne," and the act Neva Dinova is "a close personal friend of Conor Oberst." Artists are not important simply because of vague connections to this year's hipster favorites (Jack White was last year's ubiquitous Oberst), and this is the fundamental weakness in most of Blender's coverage of both current and classic music. It shouldn't be necessary to appease casual trendhoppers when you have the ability to inform and satisfy serious music fans. [~doomsdayer520~]

2-0 out of 5 stars 2 1/2 Stars...
I got an free issue of Blender Magazine in the mail.And liked what I saw in the first issue.But, I really don't find anything that exciting in the magazine.I feel now that I wasted my money even in subscribing.I doubt I will resubscribe!Granted there are its pros and cons of the magazine but the content in the magazine makes me not want to reorder it.

-I like music and it is a music magazine
-Download section has some good downloads
-And the section called the Guide-rates music and CDs.

-Just lacking a gusto that Rolling Stone and others have.
-Sometimes they don't even interview the people for things one would be interested in; ?'s will be like "Who did you sleep with?""What did you eat?"Just stupid annoying stuff that your 15 year old brother would think is funny.
-Sometimes verging on disgusting!And annoying !

Over-all it reads like it is made by horny teenage boys and that music comes last to them.The articles are not even anything new and interesting they are things you can hear on t.v. or read in a better music magazine!

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12. Interview
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The brainchild of Andy Warhol back in the heyday of the '70s club culture, Interview magazine has morphed from newsletter and photo essay of the Studio 54 set to the arbiter of what defines cutting edge for the nation (well, at least those in the nation who believe New York to be the center of the universe). It's magazine chic at its highest. When you pick up the magazine, don't look for Julia Roberts; look for the woman who will eclipse Julia in the next five years. The concept of the magazine couldn't be simpler--Q&A format, accompanied by photographs--but the Q is often provided by celebrity interviewers, and the A is usually extremely insightful, intriguing, and candid. And the photographs are the crème de la crème, by A-list lensers like Bruce Weber, Herb Ritts, and Annie Leibovitz (if you don't know them by name, this is definitely not the magazine for you). Nudity and profanity may put off some readers; others will be pleasantly titillated. --Mark Englehart ... Read more

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4-0 out of 5 stars Finally something fresh.
I know "Interview" has been around awhile, but I just recently got into it. In short, if you're into the arts, it's your magazine. It touches on music, movies, fashion, and everything inbetween. And often the interviews of celebrities are done by other celebs, like "Jim Jarmusch" doing a Q&A with "The White Stripes", just like they're sitting in a room chatting, very casual. I like that. Also the photography is tops, and often takes up the whole page (good mini-posters). They're good about not exposing the same old people too, lots of fresh faces, usually cool. Hey, if it's good enough for "Andy Warhol", it can't be bad, huh?

2-0 out of 5 stars Too many pictures, little content.
I subscibe to this magazine. Will not renew it either! Maybe I am too old to appreciate this periodical. It is way overpriced even with the Amazom, and others discount.

5-0 out of 5 stars Forget all the others
Interview's got it all: fashion, music, films, people, AND it's done the right way. It's visually pleasing, well-written, classy, and ahead of the trend-curve.

4-0 out of 5 stars Good Mag
I enjoy the vibe of this Magazine.the Q&A'S are truly interesting to me to say the least overall.very Entertaining& has a up-front vibe&take on things.not like other magazines that is for sure.

4-0 out of 5 stars Eye candy--but GOOD eye candy
Nice mag. Hadn't picked it up for a while

Nice pics, decent articles. Worth giving a look to. ... Read more

13. Hello
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Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Get is cheaper!
Get your Hello Magazine cheaper and shipped much faster at.

5-0 out of 5 stars My favorite
"My lips are sealed!", vows Patsy Stone regarding a recent scandal of hers in the Absolutely Fabulous episode "Hospital". "You'll do 'Hello!' magazine, won't you?", asks her equally obnoxious best mate Edina Monsoon. Patsy mimes unzipping her mouth and says, "oh yeah- of course!" "HELLO!" magazine is like an English combination of "People" and "The National Enquirer". This is a fun mag with loads of American and international celebs alike. What makes it different from it's Yank competitors is the amount of entertainment news you get abroad, plus information on the Royals and "society" folk. A very pricey subscription, but worth every penny to me. If you, like me, are an Anglophile, you cannot live without HELLO! magazine.

4-0 out of 5 stars A British Classic
Though you can't take it terribly seriously, Hello! Magazine is a juicy read. Photo spreads of your favorite actor's house. The latest on the British Royalty. You get the idea. (There is a classic "Absolutely Fabulous" where Patsy gets profiled for Hello! only to see the article turn into "Patsy Stone: My plastic surgery nightmere"). A good sized magazine with unobtrusive advertising and lots of photos. Fun!

4-0 out of 5 stars The People of the UK
The English version of People. But even saucier and with juicy photos. For all the dish on the royals, english celebs, this is the place to go. ... Read more

14. Tatler

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4-0 out of 5 stars Glossy British society magazine
Very entertaining if high toned British glossy. Most comparable to American Town & Country. Full of features on England's newest society darling, Lord So-and-so's garden renovation, a bridge column and other eccentric features not commonly found in American magazines. Expensive but usually worth it for a break from the usual American magazine subject suspects and for their annual Society's most desirable guest list. ... Read more

15. Celebrity Hairstyles
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4-0 out of 5 stars i made the cover and had a full page in one of your magazine

4-0 out of 5 stars prom updos
Can you please send me a bunch of pics of up-do hairstyles for a formal party. Thanks!

4-0 out of 5 stars Good for choosing a new style
This is one of the many different magazines that you can find at discount or grocery stores with lots of hairstyle pictures. This particular magazine is about 60% color pictures. At least the issues I've bought were. This is something you would buy if you wanted a new hairstyle that would involve a new cut. A majority of the styles in these magazines are shoulder length styles and above. This is a nice item to have in a hair salon for clients to get ideas while they wait. Since this magazine is pictures of Celebrities you can also use it to keep track of their hairstyle changes.

5-0 out of 5 stars celebrity hairstyles
I love to read this magazine A lot.

5-0 out of 5 stars the best magazine
I love this magazine it helps me pick out a style when I need it. ... Read more

16. Pop Star
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Average Customer Review: 4.22 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars The Best Teen Magazine Ever!
POPSTAR! has been my favorite magazine for a long time because in every single issue, I end up finding pictures and articles on every star that I am interested in, and also some newcomers. They always have good words and pictures on Lindsay Lohan, Hilary Duff, Ashton Kutcher, Chad Michael Murray, Justin Timberlake, Raven, Jessica Simpson, Avril Lavigne, Aaron Carter, Britney Spears, Good Charlotte, Simple Plan, Adam Brody, Olsen Twins, Jesse McCartney, Greg Raposo, Orlando Bloom, Usher, Harry Potter cast...I could go on and on and on. My room is half devoted to their cool pinups and posters. They have good fashion stuff, funny pictures, fun games...big shout-out to my aunt for subscribing me four years ago. I just love this magazine. I don't like the other celebrity magazines because they're more racy and have less "stuff" LOL. I would say this is my #1 favorite magazine. I also like COSMOGIRL! and I sort of like GL. Thank you for the opportunity to express myself. If you're reading this, Chad, you rock.

5-0 out of 5 stars Best mag ever
They have some of the coolest pop stars in the business i've been begging to get a subscription for almost a year I bought every issue this year except one it is the BEST MAGAZINE EVER
Don't hesitate to buy it in fact get a two year subscription
popstar gets the news first ALWAYS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

5-0 out of 5 stars STAR STRUCK!
Okay, I don't care if you are a guy or a girl you will all love this magazine! I don't care what the others say! This does have life stories (embarrassing moments and things like that) They even include the stars in those. Also they have fasion tips and horoscopes (the horoscopes are more for the girls though).Also they give you advice on great CDs and movie that are out there! You learn all about what the star are up to and there are tons of cool contests. I really love all the pictures and posters. I also love that they talk about stars that aren't the biggest names yet like Stevie Brock, Chris Trousdale, Jesse McCartney, and Greg Raposo(just to name a few!) This magazine has it all and I absoulutly love it! I have NEVER missed an issue!

5-0 out of 5 stars YEAH!!!! ITS THE BEST!!!!
i love pop star it has really good picks and always has posters of the hottest boy stars RANR!

5-0 out of 5 stars Popstar Magazine a plus for me!!
Okay, I've read most of the reviews and okay, they don't like it, they do like it, they don't like, they do, it's their opion, not yours!! And this is my opinion, I like it!! In the magazine, you get the latest and well kinda greatest info on your favorite popstars such as: Avril, Simple Plan, Hilary Duff, Kelly Clarkson, Good Charlotte, Jessica Simpson and sooo much more!! The March 2004 issue, I didn't really like because, there's not enough DUFF!! WE WANT DUFF, WE WANT DUFF!! And for the people that doesn't like Hilary Duff, then well excuse me for liking her gosh!! Kiss my butt!! HAHAHAHA, just kiddin' about kissin. In each issue you'll recieve 4 great posters of your fave celebs/popstars. I like that part, and oh there's a ton of contests you can enter and win the greatest stuff, like autograph pictures, and cool fan stuff. I'm not the kind of contest entering person, but they look really awesome. About the posters, well there's actually more than 4 in the issue I got, and who knows about the next!! I think Popstar Magazine is such a cool one. Oh and I think Justin and Britney are kinda nasty!! No offense to their fans!! :) When you look through the sections of this magazine you'll see the: Pinups and Posters section, Staples section (have no clue what that ment though), Gossip section, Cover section, Movies section, Music section, TV section, Fasion & Beauty section, and last but not least LOL!! (meaning:hahahahahaha, laugh out loud) I hope my review helped you with your decision of this magazine. I feel sorry if you don't check it out. I recommend get it at Barnes and Nobles or Borders!! They have a huge selections of great magazines. Oh, so if you buy a magazine there, I think it would be like 4.99 for one. Subscriptions: 19.99 (the usual) Happy reading!! ... Read more

17. Index Magazine
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5-0 out of 5 stars Really quite brilliant
I've been reading Index for about four years, and it's pretty much the only subscription I look forward to each month (and I have at least a dozen subscriptions). They have an intelligent, conversational tone to their interviews, as they get absolutely the most interesting people to ask the questions. Their taste is impeccable, too. They've turned me on to writers, musicians, filmmakers, even architects! This is what Interview magazine must have been like in their heyday of the 1970s. Also, the photography is fantastic.

When Daniel Day Lewis did his only interview in years, to promote Gangs of New York, he granted it to Index, a magazine he says he loves. Vanity Fair and US were fuming mad.

I really can't recommend Index enough, either. ... Read more

18. Mira!
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4-0 out of 5 stars a spanish "enquirer"
it's a tabloid in spanish like the national enquirer, except it's about latin american pop culture and its repoters somehow get the smallest dirt on the celebrities. ... Read more


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20. Heat

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5-0 out of 5 stars Turn up the Heat!
Without a doubt the best weekly magazine in the UK. Possibly even good enough to rival US 'People' magazine! It contains celebrity stories, celebrity interviews, style tips, humorous articles and pictures and reviews of the latest movies, music and books. Not to mention a weekly tv guide with digital channels included.

In short, a magazine NOT to be missed!

3-0 out of 5 stars Britain's US Weekly, good gossipy fun!
This magazine is all pictures, a few captions and lots of salacious gossip on mostly British, some interantional celebrities. Even if you have no clue who the people are, the magazine's humiliation and innuedo filled editorial slant will entertain you.

5-0 out of 5 stars the uk hearts heat magazine
a british weekly gossip multi-award wining magazine with and well a deserved one at that!

If you love your shallow pop and tv gossip buy heat! All the other British gossip magazines are copying but to no avail will they best HEAT !

Buy if you esp love: reality tv (big brother, pop idol etc), david beckham, posh spice and eastenders! ... Read more

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