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Monday, July 28, 2008

New York Post: Madonna Was Ghost Writer For Christopher Ciccone's Book

We should have known Ye Olde Vampyre was behind it all! An "insider" has told the New York Post that Madonna ghost-wrote Christopher Ciccone's memoir Life With My Sister Madonna.
"The supposed scandal about [her brother] Christopher Ciccone's book is bull[bleep]. She actually ghost-wrote parts of it with him, the way Princess Diana helped Andrew Morton write his book on her. That's why there's nothing too devastating in Chris's book. He's mean to others, but not so much to his sister."
Do you believe it, though? Sure, he doesn't trash her harshly in the book, but she still doesn't come off looking good in some parts (i.e., the whole truth-behind-the-scenes of the Truth Or Dare documentary).

One thing's for true—this suddenly makes Pharrell Williams' latest comments about her sound right on the mark: "She sure knows how to milk publicity and create a publicity stunt."

Meanwhile, here's the trailer for Guy Ritchie's upcoming flick, RocknRolla. Is it me or does he just keep making the same movie over and over?

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3 Comments:

  • At 7:07 PM, Blogger xolondon said…

    Total tosh! I don't buy it for a hot minute.

    [Did I just mix some metaphors there?]

     
  • At 12:07 AM, Blogger D'luv said…

    Maybe. I just snorted some metafives, myself.

     
  • At 2:44 AM, Blogger Adem With An E said…

    I don't believe it. Interesting theory that was bound to come up at some point but, no, really don't see it as a plausible one.

    Christopher didn't REALLY attack Madonna in the way we know he could have simply because he still wants Sister Dearest in his life. Still enjoyed the book though.

    The only Guy Ritchie movie I've enjoyed was Swept Away. And that was because of Jean Tripplehorn.

     

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