At $1.99, In Touch is one of the cheapest tabloids available today. But, you know, it's really hard to tell. Case in point, the incredibly costly, labor-intensive recurring feature "Stars & Their Pets."
There are no words. Not only does
In Touch have to round-up the highest caliber, most in-demand celebrities–as well as some type of ghost to make them look uncomfortably startled, and a top-notch stylist to come up with a subtle concept like "Daisy Fuentes amid the daisies"–but the magazine also has to hire an expensive dog psychic to tell us exactly what the pets are actually thinking. Who knew that Microsoft Paint could create something so beautiful?