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Now is a Brithish entertainment magazine , first published in 1997.Now comes out on a weekly basis and the editor is Helen Johnston.You can buy Now from most newsagents , supermarkets and WH Smith at a small price of £1.10.The magazine is aimed at females.
Now covers all the latest celeb gossip , diets , competitions and fashion.
several companies advertise in Now magazine - Kylie Minogue's fragrance Sweet Darling ,Herbal essences , Garnier and dfs.
you can subscribe to Now magazine and get six issues of now for just 60p each.
Almost every celeb you can think of is written about in Now , Paris Hilton , Britney spears ,kerry katona ,victoria beckham, Amy winehouse , and madonna to name a few.
Now features all celebs dramatic stories such as kerry katona's fight to keep her children and Paris Hilton's prison break.
Celeb bodies are a major part of the magazine., featuring how much weight celebs have lost or gained.It's an intresting read but it's no wonder that there is so much obsession with size 0 in our society today.
There's a feature called 'party animal' with Susie Harding , which shows photos of celebs at recent parties.
Now also has a feature which has bad pictures of celebs with the title 'This weeks...the pics they tried to ban' which is intresting to see celebs not looking their best , because it's makes us feel better!
There is a voting page where readers can vote such as 'Would you sleep with Wayne Rooney for Coleen's wardrobe' and 'Should Take that let robbie williams join their band'.
There is an interview with a different celeb each issue where the readers send in their questions and the person with the star question wins £50.Celebs featured have included suzanne shaw ex hear'say , kirsten dunst , cameron diaz and justin Timberlake.
If your letter is printed on the letter's page (Now Inbox) you will recieve £20.If yours is the star letter then you'll recieve an apple ipod.
Fashion plays a big part in the magazine.There are hundreds of clothes/beauty products and accessories featured.
There is a problem page in now.It features poblems such as health , sex, men , and kids worries.
It also has a travel feature which focuses on one location each issue.It tells you the best places to stay , what to do and the cost.
Now has a health section where it has articles such as 'what's really ruining your smile' and tells you how to look after your teeth.
Now has a crossword puzzle competition where you can win prizes such as a paul mitchell vogetti set.
Now prints a different celeb's favourite recipe each issue such as Sophie Anderton and her favourite dish : Chicken risotto.
Astrologer David Wells shares his horoscope predictions for the week.
I reccommend Now Magazine for all of you who love gossip and to fans of simialar magazines such as reveal and heat magazine.
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