MCLEAN, Va., Dec. 7, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- USA TODAY, the nation's top-selling print newspaper, announces the availability of 2010: Year in Celebrity + Style, a 100-page glossy publication celebrating the biggest celebrity moments of the year. Retailing for $7.99, 2010: Year in Celebrity + Style is available at newsstands nationally and online at celeb2010.usatoday.com.
USA TODAY's 2010: Year in Celebrity + Style is packed with the year's biggest celebrity scandals, surprising inspiration, and amazing comebacks. See who made our best-dressed list, heard wedding bells ring, and got tangled with the law. Plus, check out the best television, movies, music and books 2010 had to offer. There's something for everyone in this look back at the year's hottest stars.
This publication includes:
- Sandra Bullock's triumphant come-from-behind year
- Best-dressed 2010 male and female celebrities
- Celebrity feuds
- The year's biggest scandals
- The best in movies, TV, music, and books
- Profiles of the year's hottest stars
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