Revealed with Jules Asner (2001– )

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8 September 2003 (Denmark)  »

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Like E! Celebrity Profile... except more REVEALING
5 June 2002 | by (SC) – See all my reviews

I'll admit I watch E! a lot. E! News gives me the "latest news on celebrities" and E! True Hollywood Stories are so entertaining. Shows that aren't cool are Wild On and anything Joan Rivers. But I love E! anyways.

The first time I watched Revealed with Jules Asner was when Anne Heche was being 'revealed'. The 'revealing' was pretty good. I mean, I knew Anne Heche was crazy but not THAT crazy! The second time I watched it was when Ewan McGregor got 'revealed.' His interview was VERY revealing. Jules Asner asked him something along the lines of 'I know you've done nude scenes in films, is it ever hard?' Ewan replies 'excuse me?' That was funny. And quite revealing.

Sometimes they put boring guests on (Ashley Judd is ok, but her life is pretty boring). And sometimes Jules Asner can get on your nerves. But this show is fun to watch when you're bored.


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