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David Foster’s ‘Barely Famous’ daughters poke fun at reality TV

04:25

Erin and Sara Foster, daughters of famed music producer David Foster, are the creators of the VH1 comedy show “Barely Famous,” a mockumentary that explores the crazy world of Hollywood. The sisters also poke fun at their own self-proclaimed “D-list” status, joking that the crowd in the studio are reacting as if Justin Bieber were on the Fourth Hour. (Run time: 4:25)