From New York Times best-selling author Kathy Griffin, an A-Z compendium of the celebrities she's met over the years and the jaw-dropping, charming, and sometimes bizarre anecdotes only she can tell about them.
Starting with Woody Allen and making pit stops with Demi Lovato, Leonardo DiCaprio, and Donald Trump, Kathy Griffin finally lifts the veil on her never-before-told run-ins with the famous and the infamous.
©2016 Kathy Griffin (P)2016 Macmillan Audio
I listened to the last Kathy Griffin book and I was hooked! I am super thrilled that she came out with another book. The book is super entertaining with short stories about her celebrity run-ins. I definitely recommend listening to it as Kathy is the narrator!
This is my first Kathy book. Her stand up of course can't possibly be topped in book form, but this is a good read (listen). Tons of interesting, funny, entertaining stories about just about everyone.
The best part is that Kathy is the narrator on the audio book!
Super disappointed with this second book by KG. I was a HUGE fan of her first book. The stories in this book are forced and dry. Plus she comes clean about embellishing certain facts in past interviews for the sake of entertainment. She comes off as an annoying bully that people try to avoid!
I've listened to so many books. Kathy is such an engaging story teller! I hope she gets another Grammy. She deserves it
24 year old Flight Attendant from Chicago. Always looking for something to listen to at the airport!
I love Kathy Griffin, however I feel like this book was more of a glote fest then a legit account of celeb run-ins. She seemed to talk about things with more pride then comedy. It was good, just a little conceded.
Nurse, mother, wife, Catholic and avid reader!
I had a great time listening to Kathy's adventures with celebrities while putting up all my Christmas decorations. I wanted to laugh out loud all alone in front of my Christmas tree this book was so funny.Adorably dirty story about the time her dad met Ron Jeremy at Friendsgiving dinner. Reminded me how much I really loved and still miss her dad and I've never even met him other than on the d-list.
You never fail to make me laugh. Your Liza with a Z and Trump story was my favorite. I'll never look at a sharpie marker the same way again.
alas, she did so many promo interviews for this book, it seemed like all the stories she shared were redundant. those that I hadn't heard were really not so special. it reminded me of Andy Cohen's books. when they dish so much on TV or press, what you're left with no longer seems special. I will always love her comedy, but really was bummed by book.
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