“The Mortified Sessions” every Monday on Sundance Channel

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I’m guessing celeb’s coming out isn’t always perdy.  I mean..you might undergo some embarrassing moments to become famous, and for some I’m sure it’s worth it.  But would you agree?  The Sundance Channel has a brand new show, “The Mortified Sessions” airing every Monday at 8pm est.

From awkward to famous, the childhood confessions of your favorite[highlight color=”eg. yellow, black”]STARS[/highlight] >>>


Sundance Channel’s newest offering, The Mortified Sessions, is a show in which celebrities share their most embarrassing stories from before they were famous.  From awkward childhood photos to profane diary entries, our celebrities will take a trip down memory lane with a shoebox full of humiliating artifacts. Viewers will likely find that they share many of the same experiences as our guest stars recount their emotional journeys from awkwardness to fame.

 

With the talented Back to the Future actress [highlight color=”eg. yellow, black”]Lea Thompson[/highlight] and The Breakfast Club actor [highlight color=”eg. yellow, black”]Anthony Michael Hall[/highlight] in the lineup, this is one episode you have to see! For more info visit The Mortified Sessions homepage, connect on Facebook, and follow on Twitter.

Disclosure: I received free products to facilitate this post.

 

A young Lea Thompson with her mother.


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