By Bobbie Brown, Caroline Ryder
SHE'S MY CHERRY PIE. Tastes so solid, make a grown guy cry.
Who may perhaps fail to remember the horny 'Cherry Pie' lady from hair steel band Warrant's notorious track video? Bobbie Brown turned a bona fide vixen for her playful position because the item of lead singer Jani Lane's wants. together with her windblown peroxide mane, seductive scarlet lips, and flirtatious curves, she epitomized each man's myth. however the wide-eyed Louisiana attractiveness queen's personal goals of constructing it colossal in l. a. have been approximately to be derailed by way of her rock-and-roll way of life. . . .
Ever ask yourself what it 's prefer to f*** a rock famous person?
After her tumultuous marriage to Jani imploded, and her engagement to fast-living Mötley Crüe drummer Tommy Lee led to a drug haze-followed through his marriage days later to Pamela Anderson-Bobbie made up our minds it was once time Hollywood's most well-liked bachelors received a flavor in their personal drugs. the first step: get excessive. Step : get even.
In an enthralling, thoroughly uncensored confessional, Bobbie explicitly recounts her encounters with the most recognized males in Hollywood: Leonardo DiCaprio, Kevin Costner, Mark McGrath, Dave Navarro, Sebastian Bach, Ashley Hamilton, Rob Pilatus of Milli Vanilli, Matthew and Gunnar Nelson, Orgy's Jay Gordon, and plenty of extra. Who's acquired the main sizeable dick in Tinseltown? Whose bed room did Bobbie (literally) set on fireplace? No guy was once off limits because the fun-loving bombshell spiraled into extra, anger, and dependancy.
Bobbie survived the party-barely-and her riveting, cautionary comeback story is stuffed with the wildest tales of intercourse, medicinal drugs, and rock and roll ever informed
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And, as long as I’m on an honesty streak, I might as well tell you: I very rarely, if ever, did all the sit-ups, Hindu squats or other exercises I claimed when talking to the press. )" As for the readers who thought he was unkind in his assessments of several people … well, Lou just shrugged them off. Some readers who were wrestling fans simply didn’t like his depiction of their heroes, many of them deceased by then, and he understood that. " That he was, nevertheless, proud of the final product is a certainty.
The book was groundbreaking, in that it was the first by a prominent pro wrestler to break "kayfabe," the code of silence practiced for decades by those in the industry when discussing their profession with outsiders. Certainly, other wrestlers had written their autobiographies by then, but almost all of them presented pro wrestling as a legitimate sport. Lou was determined to present an honest, warts-and-all, depiction of his career, the first major star to do so, and he was especially pleased when he became aware of praise from an unexpected direction: from some university academics who discovered the book and pronounced it a valuable and revealing document about an interesting segment of American pop culture.
It was admittedly an inefficient system, so Lou and Charlie soon took over the reproduction, binding, and mailing operation entirely at their end. (The only "big" money we ever made with the book came when Koji Miyamoto, who was very close to Lou and Charlie, and served very ably over the years as Lou’s representative in Japan, sold it to a Japanese publishing house. The manuscript was translated into kanji, and the result was exactly the sort of product we’d originally hoped to see in the United States: a hard-back with lots of photos.