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About Us Weekly

Us Weekly Magazine is dedicated to giving readers in-depth looks at the musicians, actors, actresses, and other famous personalities of the entertainment industry. Filled with enlightening and revealing interviews and profiles of your favorite stars, each issue of Us Weekly Magazine is enhanced with dazzling photography that brings you up close and personal to the lives of the people you love to watch!

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3.5 out of 5

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5 out of 5
Best entertainment magazine

My gf loves this mag she waits every week for the next issue

4 out of 5

US Weekly magazine is just a front for the celebrity machine. They really cover the worst of the famous, because that is who gives them access. I don't really care about the Teen Moms (I think US could be more critical of this tragedy), or The Bachelor, or the Kardassians, but I like glossy pictures. This magazine does not have any political slant. US Weekly is purely entertainment. It is manufactured or overblown drama, famous people falling to pieces and getting themselves back together, gorgeous hardbodies wearing impossible clothes. I like to read this stuff because, well, I'm human, and I like US Weekly the best because it is not mean-spirited like OK and Hello and others. I think you mean "shills," not "swills." Swill is a bad drink. Shill is a person trying to sell something. You have the perfect intelligence for someone who would hang on this magazine and, perhaps, take it way too seriously.


2 out of 2 people found the following review helpful

2 out of 5

I have NO IDEA what liberal views these other reviewers are reading from US Weekly unless it is Kim Kardassian's cleavage or some other Reality Celebrity's latest "scandal." Unfortunately, that is exactly why I won't be renewing my subscription after many years reading this magazine. If you are a fan of reality TV then you will like this magazine. I am not. I decided to end my subscription when US had a huge cover (weeks in a row) on the Bachelorette and relegated a tiny box re: Christina Applegate, breast cancer survivor and happily pregnant. I am ambivalent about Applegate but she has been nominated for acting awards and has survived some pretty dramatic life events and is now happy in a relationship (seemingly real, unlike the Bachelor) and expecting her first child. Yeah, I quit. I used to escape into this fluffy magazine but it has become no better than the National Enquirer.

5 out of 5
Straight up celebrity "news"

This is the only celebrity "news" magazine I will buy. OK and Hello are rehashes of each other. Enquirer, Star and others carry totally fabricatred stories. This is not a news publication and I'm surprised at other reviewers who read more into it. I would suggest reading a newspaper if that's what you're looking for. This is pure fluff and that's why I like it.


1 out of 1 people found the following review helpful

5 out of 5
A great entertainment and gossip magazine.


1 out of 1 people found the following review helpful

1 out of 5
Cover story on Sarah Palin

I would never buy one of these magazines with the liberal stance that it protrays. The cover story on Palin is disgusting ! I only read the headlines and that was enough to know what kind of material was inside. The liberal editors apparently are "digging" for trash.

1 out of 5
Lies on Cover

How can US pretend not to be swills for the Democratic Party by putting lies on its cover?


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