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Stars who should write their autobiography

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Stars who should write their autobiography

Post by Katiedot on Thu Sep 29 2011, 12:21

I really hope he does write an autobiography. He's such a good story teller that I think it would be a fantstic read.

From Women 24

Stars who should write autobiographies

Many celebrities have penned their life stories, some good and some not. Here are the ones whose tell-all we’d love to read.

When we first got word that someone was writing a Justin Bieber biography, our team moaned communally. “What is he? Eight years old? What could he possibly have to say?” our deputy ed, Lili, sighed.

“It’s got to be better than the one from the guy in Jersey Shore, right?” said our fashion ed.

“Well, nothing could be worse than Snooki’s novel,” added our book ed. “That was a really nauseating idea.”

So, to counter the slew of puke-inducing reads that have come out of Hollywood, we’ve come up with the books we’d love the stars to produce. Tinseltown, are you listening?

It is said one should write an autobiography when they are at a mature stage in their life and have achieved enough to fill the pages of a novel. But wouldn’t Daniel Radcliff’s autobiography make an interesting read? I mean, we’ve already lived through the Harry Potter hype so he should be milking this opportunity – even if he is still young.

Then there’s George Clooney. Hm… Delicious. Sure, he has numerous biographies, but to hear him tell his story in his own words would be amazing. Gorgeous George has been dubbed as one of Hollywood’s sexiest man and he’s a permanent fixture in our hotties galleries. But why hasn’t he committed to marriage yet? And what does he look for in a woman? And how does it feel being so damn sexy all the time? A Clooney autobiography might offer some interesting insights, straight from the horse’s mouth.

53-year-old Madonna is a mamma, singer-songwriter, record producer, dancer, actress, film producer, film director, fashion designer and entrepreneur who is also an author of a selection of books that include children's books and her well-known photo book, Sex. Her brother is one of many people who have written biographies about her. For someone who is at this point in her career (some would say she’s in her prime) an autobiography would be a great add to her much-publicised life.

Lady Gaga’s is another autobiography I’d love to read, her career has kicked off so well and she has a super large fan base that is getting bigger and bigger. If Mother Monster would write about her life story, I wonder what she would say – and it would be interesting to learn more about Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta instead of Lady Gaga.

Who’s autobiography would you read?

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