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Us Weekly (1-year)

3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (236 customer reviews)

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Who Reads Us Weekly?
Us Weekly's readers are young, educated and affluent adults compelled by breaking celebrity news, Hollywood style and the best in entertainment. They focus on celebrities’ style, health and beauty routines, nutrition and fitness advice, and even the vacations of their favorite stars. The Us reader is interested in the film, television, and music industries, as well as fashion-forward trends and the inside entertainment scoop.

What You Can Expect in Each Issue:

  • Hot Bodies: The annual Hot Bodies issue scours Hollywood for the best bodies in the business. Us Weekly’s unique perspective and insider access delivers the stories on Hollywood’s hottest celebs, and the nutrition, style and figure-fixer secrets behind the looks.
  • Celebrity Style: Reinforcing authority on style, beauty, and all things celebrity, Us Weekly brings you our Celebrity Style special issue – the ultimate guide to chic star style. Us Weekly celebrates celeb style at its most inspiring – from the dresses that have launched a thousand careers, to the style faux pas that will live infamously in history. Celebrity Style will give readers the inside scoop on the clothes, designers, and signature touches that create star-caliber looks.
  • Hollywood’s Best Diets: Even celebrities struggle with over-indulging during the holiday season. Us Weekly’s Best Diets issue features the stars that look particularly great come January, and divulges their secrets to staying healthy and fit. Plus, star menus, food planners and advice from top celebrity trainers.
  • Awards Night: Red Carpet coverage is central to Us Weekly’s editorial mission. Reporting on 18 award shows a year, and with pre and post coverage of every major awards event, Us Weekly delivers exciting multi-faceted cross-platform marketing opportunities that extend your message from online to broadcast.
  • Red Carpet: what's the new dress craze this week?
  • Hot Pics: need we say more?
  • Plus, Star Beauty, Star Style, Hot Stuff, The Record…

Magazine Layout:
Each issue is picture-packed with hundreds of photos, documenting the latest news on your favorite celebrities. It is the perfect blend of photography and text for those interested in the celebrity lifestyle.

Comparisons to Other Magazines:
Us Weekly is the magazine that keeps the closest watch on the ever changing and ever exciting entertainment industry, unlike any other magazine. It takes you backstage at awards shows and sneaks you into celebrity parties. Us Weekly peers into the minds (and dressing rooms) of the biggest stars, and escorts you around the world to see exactly where and with whom the hottest names in entertainment have been hanging out. Us gives you more access than any other magazine on the newsstand.

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Awards:
AdWeek Hot List, 2005, 2006, 2007. Top Performer of the decade, 1996-2006.

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This magazine covers film, video, television and contemporary music. It provides in-depth editorials on top personalities, events and developments current in the world of entertainment.

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  • Format: Magazine
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • Publisher: Wenner Media
  • ASIN: B00005N7TB
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (236 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #48 in Magazines (See Top 100 in Magazines)
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22 of 23 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Addicting November 30, 2004
By DSD
Subscription Term Name:1 year
One word that sums this magazine up is addicting! I can't pass a magazine stand with out picking one up. With the latest spill on celebrity love lives, style, movies, red carpet events, and most embarrassing moments, who could resist?

To me it's more of a photo book then real journalism. Half the journalism that is in US Weekly is exaggerated to all means. With so much being fabricated, it is important to keep an open mind.

US Weekly Magazine gives people like you and I a chance to see celebrities live the normal lives we do. It's weird to see some of these A-list stars cleaning, shopping, and doing normal day to day routines of an average person. Of course this is only when they are not working.

My favorite part of the magazine is the loose talk section. In the November 22nd issue, it features Nicole Richie and her tip on how she eats healthy while taping The Simple Life.

Every week I look forward to receiving my new issue. When I do, it's sometimes the highlight of my day. No other magazine can compare to US Weekly. With its edge and wit it keeps us readers wanting the next issue.

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19 of 21 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars they LIE and say it's only $1 for 12 weeks January 2, 2011
Subscription Term Name:3 month auto-renewal|Verified Purchase
I signed up to receive 12 issues/weeks of US Mag for $1 and was told I could cancel at anytime. This is a lie! in week 4 of the original 12 week, my credit card was charged the full renewal fee of $15.48 and the option to cancel this subscription was "not available at this time". Let this be a warning so you don't get screwed too.
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26 of 31 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Relatively okay November 24, 2003
Subscription Term Name:1 year
This magazine has absolutely no substance and I wish it did, but it IS a fun magazine to read while waiting for a hair cut or in the doctor's office or wherever. For those people not familar with this magazine, it's all about current celebrities and fashion stuff. Sometimes, the celebrity stories are entertaining to read. However, there are two problems with the celebrity section. Number one, sometimes US goes into TOO MUCH personal detail about a celebrity. Number two, some of the celebrities they interview or have a story on are completely overrated and don't deserve it (the story). The fashion section isn't my favorite to read, in any magazine, and this one is no exception. However, sometimes there are cool clothing featured. But what kind of person can afford what they show? Like I mentioned before, this magazine has no substance, so that means no world issue stories. It wouldn't kill the writers or the company who puts this magazine out to throw in a few world issue stories for those people who like this magazine but want to see something that isn't fluff. My final warning/thoughts for this magazine? For those people who absolutely detest fluffy magazines, this would NOT be for you. Avoid it at all costs. For those pop-culture obsessed people, this is one magazine you should DEFINITELY own. For those people waiting in a doctor's office or waiting for their turn to get their hair cut and want something to read, give this magazine a chance.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars The Best Fluff On Hollywood! May 20, 2003
By A Customer
Subscription Term Name:1 year
This magazine is of course geared towards those interested in movies, celebrity, pop culture, and mainstream music. So I'll review this magazine with the intended audience in mind, with respect to how this magazine compares to other pop culture/Hollywood magazines.
First, it is true that US Weekly has changed dramatically in the past year or two. The magazine has adopted a British-tabloid style of journalism that has made it a top seller on newsstands. As a result, however, US Weekly's depth on Hollywood, and its reporting credibility has sunk to an all time low. Many of its rumors, unidentified news sources, reports from an insider, etc. are extremely fun to read, but also lacking in accuracy. With that said, readers should acknowledge that a good portion of information may be created by the writers and editors in order to deliver a more entertaining story.
Although some of the gossip-like reports may be nothing more than a figment of a writer's imagination (resembling a fan's biggest fantasy), US Weekly should be credited for its well-versed skills in crafting sensationalism. Whether a page is about Collin Farrell or American Idol, the magazine does a wonderful job of delivering a colorful page full of photographs and trivial tidbits. After a hard day's work or long hours studying, US Weekly is definitely a welcomed refreshment.
Now whether this magazine matches up to its other celebrity-magazine competitors is debatable. US Weekly lacks the great stories and interviews of Rolling Stone or Vanity Fair, but is a lot more enjoyable than People; it also suffices the cravings of those InStyle fans who like to check out fashion do's and don'ts. Overall, if it's fluff you want, then nobody does it better right now than US Weekly.
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47 of 60 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Ephemeral and guilty March 8, 2004
Subscription Term Name:1 year
The first thing to know about US Weekly is what it is and what it isn't. It is NOT a magazine. It IS cotton candy liberally spread on paper. A mixture of gleeful celebrity worship and tabloid dirt-dishing, this is an amusing guilty pleasure.
The photo-heavy US mainly focuses on celebrities and their love lives -- mostly false reports and half-truths. Most of the rest is stuff like "The Sexy Stars of S.W.A.T," photographs of stars doing ordinary things (ooh, Keanu Reeves ate a sandwich!), cutesy captions, and descriptions of handbags, jewelry, clothes and cocktails that no ordinary person can afford. Tacked on at the end, to provide the illusion of real journalism, are brief movie and TV reviews.
There are a handful of diverting articles. For example, occasionally there are fluff interviews with various celebrities -- models, actors, singers, and reality-TV doofs. The most amusing (not to mention witty) section is the Fashion Police, with quilted skirts, paint-splattered boots, and Britney's sequined bra. It includes some nicely catty comments ("Crazed kewpie doll") and proof that money can't buy taste.
It's colorful and fun to look at. But so are baby toys. The wispiness of US makes it unmemorable. For those who worship at the altar of pop culture, it's a must. For the rest of humanity, it's trashy and fluffy.
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