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CAN YOU RESIST A PEEK?
Member Name: sillygilly
Date: 14/10/01, updated on 14/10/01 (35 review reads)
Advantages: Gossip, TV listings, Celebrities
I have never purchased the magazine Heat before, I bought it for the first time yesterday and it is a brilliant magazine and good value for money.
It has many regular features mainly about celebrities such as On and Off which tells you about stars relationships, and which ones are on, and which ones have split up.
News and Stuff, shows you all the top ten programmes on all the five channels of television the top ten UK and American films, and all the lastest news about stars and celebrities.
Party People is where they go to a stars party at a club or venue, and show you who was there and what they drank and ate, and what music they played.
They have lots of reviews for the latest muisc, videos and books.
The is a fantastic magazine, unlike a lot of other similair ones, they don't have page after page of adverts, most of the pages are full of reading material, which mainly focuses on famous people.
At the back is a full seven day tv guide, including listings for digital, cable and satellite, also they tell you what they think are the pick of the days programmes.
I found it to be a really good magazine and worth every penny. I'll buy it every week from now on, instead of my usual one, which is getting a bit boring anyway.