Image 1 of 10: Razan Moghrabi: is less honey more bitter lemon. She sunk her claws into Maya Diab and a whole slew of other Lebanese celebrities on talk-show Ana wel Asal (Literally, "Me and my Honey") after she was replaced on Egyptian prime time TV. According to Razan she was the only one 'deserving' of this Deal or No Deal slot.
Image 1 of 10: Sherine Abdel Wahab: the Egyptian actress came over all desperate and whiny after she gave us way TMI on Lebanese talk show, Ana wel Asal. Audiences were left pitying her after she said she'd be hotter than Haifa, if she ever lost all those marriage pounds, that is.
Image 1 of 10: Elham Shahin weeps for the incapacitated dictator. She looked like she was on the verge of a breakdown while appearing on chat program Tufaha (Apple) to tell viewers how "hysterical" she was when Morsy won the Egyptian presidency. She might be the only pro-Mubarak supporter left but Shahin was showing no shame on air.
Image 1 of 10: Somaya al Khashab is a revelation-a-show this Ramdan: The 'actress' wasn't actually appearing in any dramas but that didn't stop her spilling all the gossip of her personal life on a whole host of talk shows this holy month. By the end of her time, she'd revealed a further two husbands and the gory details of her political choices.
Image 1 of 10: Durra Zarrouk: shares the saucy details of her love-life show-down. She was more than a little defensive of her decision to split with her long term boyfriend while appearing on the Ramadan talk-show line-up. You might not have wanted the intimate details of their break-up but Durra was determined to give them.
Image 1 of 10: Myriam Fares exposes herself and loved ones on TV: family secrets were fair game for the Lebanese singer when she went on Ana wel Asal (Me and My Honey) this Ramadan. Myriam shrugged off rumors of surgery telling host Nishan she had let female reporters grope her, while welling up about her father's 'gambling addiction'. Is nothing off limits?
Image 1 of 10: Hind Sabri: no need to let your children off the hook if you're appearing on a talk-show. Tunisian actress, Hind Sabri 'revealed' photos of her very young daughter to a slightly bemused audience. Apparently you're never too young to help mom out with getting famous.
Image 1 of 10: Haifa Wehbe tells us what's what! it wouldn't be Ramadan without some drama from Haifa and the Lebanese superstar didn't disappoint us this year. She appeared on Ana wel Asal (Me and My Honey) in very little to tell us she was 'respectable whether you like it or not' and no amount of religious criticism would get to her.
Image 1 of 10: Maisa al Mughrabi lets her marital issues out: The Arabian actress split up with her Saudi fiance because of a picture - which she claims was photo-shopped - showing her in the arms of an actor from another Gulf state. During scandal TV, Me and My Honey, Maisa cried remembering her father's blunt reaction to her 1st divorce from an Emirati actor.
Image 1 of 10: Ghada Abdel Razek wears too little but says too much: She broke her promise to cover up, going on Nishan's Ramadan show in a very revealing skirt. When asked about her upcoming nuptials, Ghada claimed that it was still not a done deal and she might yet break up with her fiance, Egyptian actor Mohammed Fouda. We hope hubbie-to-be was not watching!
In the Middle East, this Ramadan is proving hotter in more ways than one. If it's not one female Arab celeb giving us too much information (TMI) about her love life, it's another sharing childhood issues that her family might well prefer stayed behind closed doors. Bitching out rival stars or talking body parts shamelessly - it's all fair game and ready for spilling on Ramadan talk shows, much to the viewers' voyeuristic delight.
Airing dirty laundry - the more soiled and stained the better - seems to be the flavor of this holy month of irreverent talk shows that go where no respectable Arab TV station would go. But the flagship entertainment stations are just broadcasting the stars with scandals ready for sharing.
Dip into this sample of Ramadan 'talk' TV to get a taste of just how racy Arabic TV can get once people start munching their food. Find out who misses Mubarak and who's re-considering their imminent marriage.
Perhaps Arab celebs need some image management. But who's going to be play Max Clifford to these Mohamed Fayeds?
Please share generously your own take on these celeb confessions on Ramadan TV. Should Arab stars be seeking publicists to help them know when to kiss and not tell?