Red Carpet Suicide: A Survival Guide on Keeping Up with the Hiltons

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Penguin Group USA, Jan 6, 2009 - Biography & Autobiography - 256 pages
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Perez Hilton-self proclaimed 'Queen of All Media,' founder of Perez Hilton.com (the country's largest celebrity blog), and 'one of the most polarizing media figures since Howard Stern' (LA Weekly)-cuts loose with a book that should definitely secure his reputation as 'the most hated man in Hollywood' (Rolling Stone).Psycho celebs dominate news, fashion, and trends, Influencing how we speak, what we wear, and who we hang out with. We're obsessed! Our reality-based, gossip-driven world has set the barometer for what's in or out. So who are we trying to become and how do we become them! Well, post a grainy sex video online, drive high and wasted against oncoming traffic, flash your coochie for the cameras, and if those don't work, attempt suicide, and you're bound to become a 'Hilton.'Now the man behind 'Hollywood's most hated Web Site'*-infamous for breaking raw superstar dish and jaw-dropping commentary-lends his fearless voice, notorious sense of humour, and outrageous sensibility to Red Carpet Suicide, the book celebrities have been look forward to as much as their next DUI. Making sense of the madness and celebrity addiction that consume us, Perez twists this irresistible and delicious guilty pleasure into a hysterically funny, shockingly true, and generation-defining survival guide.'So hold on to your hats. Bitches.It's going to be a wild ride,'* The Insider

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Jared Shapiro graduated from American University after receiving the Best Picture Award for his film "Decivilized" at the American Visions Film Festival. He started working at "Star" magazine as Bonnie Fuller's assistant and is now a writer there. Jared lives in New York.
Brad Embree graduated from UVA, where he was a staff writer at both campus newspapers. He works for the London production company FilmFour, with an office at Warner Brothers, and lives in Los Angeles.

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