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[03/15/12 - 11:48 AM]
"E! True Hollywood Story: Biggest Scandals Ever" Premieres on Monday, March 19th at 10 PM on E!
The one-hour episode "examines those moments when things went wrong for pop-culture fixtures such as Tiger Woods, Kate Gosselin, Charlie Sheen and Mel Gibson."

[via press release from E!]

E! TRUE HOLLYWOOD STORY: BIGGEST SCANDALS EVER

ONE-HOUR SHOW HIGHLIGHTS JAW-DROPPING MOMENTS THAT ROCKED THE HEADLINES AND ALTERED CELEBRITY LIVES

Premieres On Monday, March 19th At 10 PM On E!

(Los Angeles, CA, March 15, 2012) - In Hollywood, scandals are like headshots - everybody's got one. However, some are so startling that they generate a media frenzy that dominates the news for weeks at a time. With more than 500 episodes in the vaults, E! selected seven of the most shocking scandals ever for a brand new E! True Hollywood Story, premiering Monday, March 19th at 10:00 pm on E! The one-hour episode examines those moments when things went wrong for pop-culture fixtures such as Tiger Woods, Kate Gosselin, Charlie Sheen and Mel Gibson. This edition of THS also reveals what has transpired for each of these icons since their dramatic falls from grace.

Steamy Affairs: "What we were hearing was a man who was desperate to hide an affair from his wife." - Steve Helling, People Magazine

Shocking Rants: "Jaw-dropping is the reaction that I've heard from most Hollywood insiders... that even by Hollywood standards; this is one of the 'Hall of Fame' scandals of all time." - Michael Levine, Reporter, Author

Cheating Hearts: "When you look at what happened, this is a classic example of somebody who the public really liked turning out to be something really different than they thought." -Tamara Taylor, PR Strategist

Public Betrayals: "It was a shock not only to the public - she found out just like the rest of us. She had no idea. It was really the first time in her life that she had a major personal scandal on her hands." - E!'s Ken Baker

Be sure to tune-in for one of the juiciest hours on television with E! True Hollywood Story: Biggest Scandals Ever premieres on March 19th at 10 PM only on E!





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