You can’t judge a celebrity’s book by its cover unless it’s a cover as lame as this. Why on Earth is Denise Richards wearing PJ’s and brushing her teeth? And why does she look so happy to be photographed by paparazzi while doing so? A book cover like this makes me think she’s actively trying to get people not to read her book. Or that someone on her team is trying to sabotage her. Well, she’s dissuaded me from cracking the cover, not that I ever would have anyway. Denise isn’t the only celeb with an embarrassing book cover. Click away to see the most ludicrous.
Paulina Porizkova wants you to know that, yes, she can read. In fact, she’s written a whole essay on the subject for Modelinia.com.
“I feel the need to constantly prove I’m not some dumb model. And yes, I know that having to prove it undermines my efforts. But bear with me. I quit school at 15 to live off of my looks,” she says. “Fortunately, I have been a bookworm ever since I learned how to read.” [Modelinia]
So what does Paulina think you should read this summer? Vikram Seth’s 1,488-page tome about India, A Suitable Boy. And A Soldier of the Great War, which Paulina describes as “880 pages of love, humor, and war.” She also says, “Once read, [these books] can be used to tone biceps or in step class.”
Oh, but there are other options. Here’s what our favorite celebs are reading this summer. Keep reading »