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VIDEO from PEOPLE Magazine Available on thenewsmarket.com: PEOPLE Magazine Publishes Annual Special Year End Issue: 'Best (and Worst) of 2010'
Dec 16, 2010 (03:12 PM EST)
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PEOPLE's year-end double issue, "The Best (and Worst) of 2010," takes a look back at the people who captured the interest of the American public - for better or for worse - during the past year. Figures from the worlds of politics and current affairs, join popular entertainers from film, TV, and music on this year's list. PEOPLE also picks the "Hottest Couples" (Katy Perry and Russell Brand) and Most "Shocking Splits" (Susan Sarandon and Tim Robbins). Plus the year's "Hall of Shame." Find out the year's surprising revelations (Oprah dated John Tesh) and trends (silly bands). From the biggest celebrity weddings, to the best dresses and babies of the year, PEOPLE's got it covered. Talent/Guest: Suzanne Zuckerman, Writer-Reporter, PEOPLE Magazine As Writer-Reporter at PEOPLE, Suzanne writes for the Great Ideas section, which highlights celebrity recipes, restaurants, entertaining tips (cocktail recipes!), travel, home decor stories and more. She also works with the Specials team and recently contributed stories to the Sexiest Man Alive and Holiday Entertaining issues. In addition to those duties, she writes features for the Screen and Style teams. Recent stories include profiles of Juliette Lewis, Beyonce and Tina Knowles, Joan Rivers and Katie Lee (formerly Katie Lee Joel). She most recently contributed style coverage to a cover story on Kate Middleton. Before joining PEOPLE, Suzanne spent seven years at InStyle, most recently as the Entertainment Editor. And she helped launch the latest incarnation of the New York Post's Page Six Magazine, as Senior Entertainment Editor.
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