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
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!
What a fantastically, mesmerizing, hysterical, intelligent book this was!
I've always been a fan of Kathy Griffin's, now
in the words of (another icon) Howard Stern when referring to his most loyal fans, I'm a "SUPER FAN!
Keep your unabridged scrutiny of the people who you have daily brushes of "fame" with coming with that unrelentingly insight and fearlessness!!!
"WOW!" This is definitely Grammy worthy!!!:)
Funny as always, a compelling compilation of funny run-ins with the biggest celebrities in the world...... Kathy you've done it again!
Funny, light and engaging. I especially loved the part where she and Joan Rivers dined with the Queen and Prince Charles (or Chuck as they referred to him)
Love her but kinda disappointed as a lot of the run-ins have been talked about before. If you're a true fan of her stand up and have seen all of her specials and follow her closely, you might be disappointed in this.
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!
I saw Kathy Griffin plugging this book on Rachael Raye and thought it might be interesting. I was wrong. It was disgusting, vulgar, irreverent. Most of the stories were not particularly interesting, and Kathy Griffin is not nearly as funny as she thinks she is. I am glad I got this audio book for free because I would have been upset to have wasted money on it. So disappointing.
She's basically resents Hollywood hunks (who doesn't?), but she makes an account with a serial killer truly funny.
Report Inappropriate Content