By Russell Brand
Making a choice on up the place he left off in My Booky Wook, superstar and comic Russell model info his swift climb to repute and fortune in an incredibly candid, resolutely humorous, and unbelievably electrifying tell-all: Booky Wook 2. Brand’s performances in Arthur, Get Him to the Greek, and Forgetting Sarah Marshall have earned him a spot in fans’ hearts; now, with a drop of Chelsea Handler’s Chelsea Chelsea Bang Bang, a touch of Tommy Lee’s Dirt, and a spoonful of Nikki Sixx’s The Heroin Diaries, model is going the entire way—exposing the mad genius at the back of the audacious comedian we know (or imagine we all know) and love (or not less than, lust).
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Additional resources for Booky Wook 2: This Time It's Personal
She wasn’t a lesbian though. Jokes of that calibre kept the room entertained, and one must always remember to play to the millions of TV viewers in addition to those present. What’s more, I had spent the previous ten years taking enough drugs to put most of those present into nappies, so I could connect on that level. I was no stranger, either, to live acts of reckless self-destruction, so was unperturbed when the lead singer of the band Cribs sharded himself up, real horrorshow, on a table full of glasses he’d Iggy Popped himself on to.
I was even offered the chance to host the NME Awards, a notoriously difficult gig where the baddest, drunkest musicians of the year nonchalantly RSVP, then indifferently attend a debauched, yet carefully staged, indie rock and roll award show. This was a month before I’d appeared on Jonathan Ross’s show or been kissed into the mainstream, which was unfortunate because I could’ve used any extra status available to control a very difficult room. If Jonathan Ross is hosting an awards show, everyone there accepts his authority, we all respect him and sit down and shut up.
I learned never to say anything controversial at awards ceremonies ever again. Under any circumstances. Unless I was absolutely certain that it was funny. † Chapter 3 Big Brother’s Big Risk Blundersome TV producer and cohort Gareth Roy does a very good impression of my orgasm, having once overheard me dispensing with some effluvia with a couple of young people lit only by the tangerine sea of twinkling LA street lanterns, that make the Hollywood Hills so desirable a residence, and the unnecessary front room gas fire, which also drenched the contorted nude forms in naughty orange.