I Could Write a Book: People Who Could Write a Really Juicy Tell-All (But Probably Won''t)
Patti Boyd Harrison Clapton-- married to both George Harrison and Eric Clapton.
Wendy and Lisa
All About SJP
We keep ALL of our "audit" sessions on record.
Stevie Nicks. She''s talked about writing one someday, but that was long ago.
Lourdes and Rocco\
Tom Cruise and Nicole Kidman''s adopted starter kids
I heart R4
I wish some Dominick Dunne type would appear to investigate and write about James Guckert/Jeff Gannon. There has to be a good story that involves the rentboi''s late night visits to the White House.
I think Aaron Spelling could written quite the tell-all. Same with Merv Griffin. Old Hollywood cases know where ALL the bodies are buried.
Can someone explain the Juice Newtin and Jeff Gannon references?
Jeff Gannon aka James Guckert is a former rentboi who began showing up at Bush''s White House press conferences as a "reporter." He would ask softball questions and it''s thought that he was provided those questions by his WH "friend." White House visitor records show that, outside of press conferences, Gannon/Guckert also made late night visits.
Any surviving Kennedy, especially Ethel and/or Caroline.\
Can you imagine Ethel dishing on Jackie?
Rachel Uchitel doesn''t belong in this thread because she probably WILL write a book.
Theses are the tell-alls I hope I live to see:\
Brangelina''s child army\
Lourdes and Rocco\
R25, you forgot the Goselin kids
Steadman Graham and Gayle King
kylie minogue - about michael hutchence, olivier martinez and stéphane sednaoui\
helena christensen - about heath ledger and michael hutchence\
mary-kate olsen - about how she helped kill heath
Eddie Murphy (never happening)\
Charlie Murphy (maybe...)
I wonder how Gannon/Gukert is being financed now. At the height of the scandal, he was interviewed (can''t remember which publication) and he said that he was about $50K in arrears to the IRS and had practically no income at the time. \
Will he have "Blinded by the Light" experience like David Brock? Will he be hard up enough for the $ to do it?
I would love to see Karl Rove write one. He''s just about the only man I know with enough balls to put it all out there, including his own dirt. \
Of course it won''t happen any time soon, but damn it would be sweet.
I would love to read Roddy McDowell''s tell-all but, alas, I will probably be dead by the time it is published.
[quote]I would love to see Karl Rove write one. He''s just about the only man I know with enough balls to put it all out there,\
Where have you been hiding and why would you think Rove has any balls? \
He wrote a book. He didn''t have "enough balls to put it all out there."
Julianne Moore, seriously.
Someone had to do it
"I would love to read Roddy McDowell''s tell-all but, alas, I will probably be dead by the time it is published."\
According to Blue Agave, Roddy knew lots of dirt about Michael Jackson
Lindsay Graham''s next door neighbor.
I''m too busy picking my nose, R23, but thank you for asking!
Somebody needs to write a book about the three gay men in DC who won't tell what they know about the death of the young lawyer, Robert Wone, who was stabbed to death in their guest room.
Robert Downey Jr.
Bronson Pinchot. He can dish the dirt and he's worked with many people.
Aaron Shock's turquoise belt.
I vote for R46's choice. Here's an interview that Bronson Pinchot gave to The Onion's AV Club. It includes a discussion of Miss Tammy's bizarrely impromptu homophobia when they worked on "Risky Business" along with many other amusing anecdotes.
He's a natural for a dishy book.
"Rosie Dearest," by Vivi or Vee Vee or whatever her name is O'Donnell.
R33, "I happened to spot this diary while looking for a diversion from my obsession with Japan's nuclear tragedy. I can't quite figure out why you posted your diary at this particular time, but what the hell.
In the 1980s I was a financial newspaper's Washington correspondent who used day passes to get into the White House, just like that guy did. I recall reading all the details, especially the 200 visits, the log-ins without log-outs, and the failure to meet the credentialing standards.
It was obvious to me at the time that the guy had a godfather in the White House. Who is anyone's guess. What really amused me was how the media did everything in its power to avoid covering it.
It was comical at the time, but not surprising. Same thing happened during Reagan's time with some gay wacko named "Spitz Channel" or some such. There's no closeted homosexual like a far right-wing closeted homosexual.
If you check into it sometime, you'll find that an amazingly high percentage of the (pardon pun) seminal Nazis both here and in Europe have been closeted homosexuals. That, along with renowned economists, code-breakers, and linguists. Go figure.
Why wouldn't the media say anything? They fell all over themselves covering not just the fact of Monica Lewinski but the fact that Clinton stuck a cigar in her hoo-hah ad that she gave him analingus, and blew him while he was talking to a congressman.
But a man whore with a uniform fetish -- during war time, no less -- and suddenly it's the kink that dare not speak its name. By the way, just for the record, word is that the original Watergate tips were exchanged because Carl Bernstein had met Mark Felt (of the FBI) at swinger parties in the Virginia suburbs, a phenomenon given even less play than fake military gay hookers.
I can tell you this, folks: I've never worked in a city whose general level of horniness came even close to Washington's."
[quote]the log-ins without log-outs
The Guckert story involves the missing log-outs.
Courtney Love. She's supposed to have an encyclopedic knowledge of Hollywood/Music Industry gossip.
But hypocritically, she'll never reveal the real truth about Kurt.