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50 Cutest Child Stars: All Grown Up (2005)

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50 Cutest child stars did not need help
25 December 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The shows constant flow of poor taste attempts at humor by the adults stars trying to be funny filled way too much time. Some of them were poor actors, possibly why they can not do comedic comments well. The show would have been better with 75 stars in same time slot. Are we looking for ways to expand on the cuteness of the kids by trying to mature them too soon? Being the natural selves is why we loved the back when they were on the air. The updates on where they are now was helpful but again the flow was towards the risqué. Some of the kids were natural charmers, other needed drugs to succeed. The show did reflect a change in society.


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