kiss-and-tell


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kiss-and-tell

(kĭs′ən-tĕl′)
adj. Informal
Disclosing private or confidential information, especially in a firsthand account: a kiss-and-tell memoir by a presidential aide.

kiss and tell n.

kiss-and-tell

adj
(Journalism & Publishing) denoting the practice of publicizing one's former sexual relationship with a celebrity, esp in the tabloid press: a kiss-and-tell interview.

kiss′-and-tell′


adj.
disclosing secrets or confidences; gossipy.
Translations

kiss-and-tell

[ˌkɪsənˈtel] ADJ she is about to reveal all in her kiss-and-tell autobiographyestá a punto de desvelarlo todo sobre su romance con una celebridad en su autobiografía

kiss-and-tell

adj kiss-and-tell storyEnthüllungsstory f (mit Details einer Affäre mit einer prominenten Person)
References in periodicals archive ?
The Churches tried to patch up their marriage after James, 40, confessed the affair, but it was too much for Maria, 39, when Anna sold her kiss-and-tell story to a national Sunday newspaper.
"It will not be a kiss-and-tell about the Jayson Blair scandal or settling scores."
The former kiss-and-tell queen only got as far as the front door when bouncers told her they "didn't want her type" in there.