Everybody's a celebrity these days -- or at least it sometimes seems so. Smiling from television and movie screens, pontificating over the radio, writing tell-all books, and booting up web pages: Celebrities are ubiquitous. But that doesn't mean these numerous luminaries actually have anything noteworthy to say.In fact, the more today's jet-setting celebrities talk, the higher their chances of joining the seemingly intellectually challenged, according to authors Kathryn and Ross Petras.
Descrizione libro Andrews McMeel Publishing, 1998. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. Codice libro della libreria P110836268377