Rose McGowan shares her emotional journey in “Citizen Rose”

Trae Patton/NBCUniversal(NEW YORK) — Rose McGowan — one of the most prominent voices speaking out against fallen Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein — debuts her own reality show, Citizen Rose, Tuesday on E!

The five-part documentary follows McGowan’s life in the wake of her rape accusations against Weinstein — accusations he denies — and as she readies her explosive memoir Brave, also coming out on Tuesday.

In Citizen Jane, the 44-year-old former Charmed star promises to take us through “every scope of human emotion” because, as she explains, “I’m human.”

“I like have dance parties in my bathroom I mean, with karaoke lighting,” she continues. “And then I’ll be crying five minutes earlier because I saw a tweet where someone you know, said, ‘You took a payout.’ And like, I did that to try and buy a billboard that said, ‘So and so is a rapist.’”

Citizen Rose premieres Tuesday with a two-hour special event airing at 8 p.m. ET on E!

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