Publisher's Summary. From braving the wilds of Los Angeles to the Costa Rican jungle, Heidi Montag and Spencer Pratt have learned a thing or two about reality...television, that is. But while dominating the airwaves and tabloid covers every week may look like all fun and mind games, Speidi is here to tell you: becoming wildly famous requires hard work and a no-fail blueprint for success. Now, for the first time ever, Heidi and Spencer invite you behind the scenes as they reveal the ten-step plan that took them from nobodies to notorious! You will:
* Learn how to say I hate you without opening your mouth--Heidi's exclusive tutorial * Increase your capacity for evil with Spencer's "Villain-o-meter" * Discovery why getting and talking about plastic surgery is a must * Unlock the secrets of celebrity couple math (e.g. Speidi > Heidi + Spencer) * Mesmerize the media with outrageous behavior * Bow down to the power of the paparazzi
...and much, much more!
With Heidi and Spencer as your personal coaches, you, too, can transform yourself into a red-carpet-ready superstar! Review.How to be Famous by Heidi Montag and Spencer Pratt is a tongue-in-cheek guide for would be tabloid stars. As the authors gush, “whether you love us, hate us, or love to hate us, there is a recipe for infiltrating Hollywood, and we’ve got it.”
Montag and Pratt caution, “if you fail to churn out the drama that got people interested in the first place, you’re doomed to never see your sixteenth minute [of fame].” Thankfully, How to be Famous reveals how to keep churning out the drama for future Enquirer stories. With illustrative chapter teachings on: Your Point of Entry; Spencer’s Guide to Playing the Villain; Heidi’s Guide to Playing the Bombshell; Pretty on the Outside; The Paps are Your Friends; Tell Your Story; Couple Power; Building Your Brand; Getting Work Done is Your Job; and Famously Ever After, you too can be tabloid fodder.
How to Be Famous is a quick,glossy, satiric read (I read it from start to finish on a two hour plane flight and had time to spare) for the You Tube generation.
Publisher: Grand Central Publishing (November 16, 2009), 144 pages Advance Review Copy Provided Courtesy of the Publisher.
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