Shocking Memoir Confessions

April 7, 2013 by  

Shocking Memoir Confessions, Stars keep them coming one by one, shock y shock, so much so that we really are not that shocked anymore! Maybe it’s some kind of overshock! Anyway it’s still really interesting and below are some of the big celebrity shocks from memoirs.

Amanda Knox memoir “Waiting to be Heard” – Set for an April 30th release the tell all memoir is going to go fast as her acquittal was overturned!

The soundtrack of my life Clive Davis – The man who launced many careers has a shock in his new memoir. Clive Davis comes out as bisexual in memoir!

Mike Piazza karate lessons Roger Clemens – Mike’s memori ‘Long Shot’ reveals he started taking Karate lessons and he wanted to beat up Roger Clemens!

JFK mistress reveals details of affair in memoir – In 1962 Mimi Beardsley Alford interned at the White House. In her memoir she reveals details of an affair with President JFK!
Florence Henderson: John Lindsay Gave Me Crabs – The Brady Bunch star revealed that New York mayor at the time John Lindsay gave her crabs after a one night stand!

Pete Townshend describes his sexual lust for Mick Jagger in his memoir – Certainly not alone the Who star taks of his lust over Jagger in his memoir.

Arnold Schwarzenegger multiple affairs – Arnie had a bombshell when a secret child was revealed. In his memoir he has now spoke of many affairs.

When faced with the offer to write a memoir I am sure the initial sitting down and deciding to reveal certain truths is hard. Of course the money helps but truths in writing may well be good for the writer too, a cleansing process and a way for someone to clear their chest without immediate direct attack. Of course you may have to defend things for years afterwards but often it gains a respect and people feel better for your admission.

Have you ever thought about writing your memoirs? Would there be any major shocks to readers and do you have any skeletons lurking?

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