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12 people confess their Netflix guilty pleasure shows


Neflix knows some of our deepest, darkest secrets -- our guilty pleasure shows. From embarrassing post-break up binge watching sessions to horrible holiday movie marathons, Neflix has seen us at our most embarrassing and never judges us. We asked 12 people to confess their most humiliating Netflix guilty pleasure movies and television shows, so you can feel better about your own (you're welcome). While results were interesting... let's admit it, they were pretty darn relatable. They are all horribly phenomenal."

The cast of 'Love, Simon' reveal their guilty pleasures


Love, Simon is a coming-of-age story about a high school teen with a completely normal life, except one thing: he hasn't told his family and friends he's gay and he doesn't know identity of the anonymous classmate he's fallen for online. We asked the cast of the movie to'come out' with their own guilty pleasures.

Carrie's guilty pleasure

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Carrie Underwood is well known for her passion for singing and her fitness. In a recent interview with Today, Underwood said that playing sports as a young child started that passion for lifelong health. "I love seeing progress," she tells Today of working out. "I feel better about myself because I feel like, 'Oh my clothes fit me. Underwood goes on to explain that workouts don't always have to be spent in a gym, advising that going for a walk is often a great start.

‘Flip’ gal’s guilty pleasure

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Christina told People magazine that she does her best to feed her two children organic foods, sticking to "a very clean and organic diet." "My kids have food allergies so we all try and limit gluten and dairy," she revealed. "I eat five small meals a day that usually consist of overnight oats for breakfast, a green juice for a snack, salad with a protein for lunch, granola bar as a snack and then a healthy dinner of chicken or salmon and veggies, tacos or vegan chili."

Bourdain’s ‘shameful’ secret

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With shows like "No Reservations" and "Parts Unknown," Anthony Bourdain has built himself a solid reputation as a connoisseur of worldly cuisine, home-cooked meals and fine dining establishments. But if his recent remarks to the Boston Globe are any indication, he really just craves fast food at the end of a long day. After admitting that he often succumbs to a "perverse desire" to try the spaghetti bolognese at every hotel he stays at ("if only for the comedy value"), Bourdain revealed that his true guilty pleasure is one of Popeyes' signature sides. "But my real guilty pleasure -- my really disgusting, shameful pleasure -- is the mac and cheese at Popeyes fried chicken," he told the Globe. Bourdain reportedly feels enough shame about his Popeyes habit that he often hides under a hoodie before entering the restaurant.