Ashamed, embarrassed, betrayed. These are words you'll most certainly hear when celebrities look back on those pesky sex tapes that accidentally got leaked. But you won't hear them complaining about the ticket to fame that came along with it.
Paris who? – By now, you've probably heard about Paris Hilton's leaked sex tape. In fact, that's probably how you knew who she was in the first place. Here, she tells CNN's Piers Morgan how she regrets the sex tape she made. What's most notable in the interview is the teary reaction from her mom that will make you want to wiggle right out of your chair.[cnn-video¬†url="http://cnn.com/video/?/video/bestoftv/2011/05/31/exp.piers.morgan.paris.hilton.cnn"%5D
Curse of the internet¬†– Kim Kardashian¬†is just one of a few in a long list of "celebutantes" to get famous for her late night "sexcapades" on tape. But Kardashian took the embarrassing boost into fame and turned it into¬†a multi-million dollar brand.[cnn-video¬†url="http://www.cnn.com/video/#/video/bestoftv/2011/01/27/piers.kardashians.sex.tape.cnn"%5D
"It was supposed to be private?"¬†– The leaked sex tape doesn't always boost a D-lister's¬†career. Take Danielle Staub¬†for instance. She's one of the "Real Housewives" (in case you don't know who she is). Staub makes a less-than-convincing argument that the tape was supposed to be private.[cnn-video¬†url="http://www.cnn.com/video/#/video/showbiz/2010/06/25/behar.nj.housewives.staub.cnn"%5D
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