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"New York has 'Bergdorf Blondes,' 'Sex and the City' and 'The Nanny Diaries.' And now L.A. has 'Celebutantes'..." -- Los Angeles Times
“Witty and revealing... a walk-up to that blessed event: the Oscars. You’ll feel like you were there.” –People (3.5 stars)
"A frothy serving of chick lit... delectable." --Entertainment Weekly (A Summer Reading Must Paperback)
"A fast-paced satire of Hollywood's awards season in all its crazy glory." -- New York Daily News
"A witty and humorous read that takes a revealing look at what really goes on inside the lives of young Hollywood." -- Star Magazine
“Gawker.com meets Glamour in this insider’s look at Oscar week penned by L.A. junior royalty….There’s up-to-the-minute star chatter and fashion name-checking throughout.” –Publishers Weekly
“A featherweight Tinseltown send-up with a surprisingly well-balanced heroine.” –Kirkus
“A terrifying comedy of Hollywood royalty: Celebutantes proves that A-list vanities are still the preserve of the very beautiful, the very brave, or the very, very silly.” –Plum Sykes, author of The Debutante Divorcee
“In Hollywood, Academy Awards week is a bigger deal than Christmas week is elsewhere. I've been attending for over thirty years, and the excitement and craziness has never abated. In Celebutantes, two daughters of Hollywood, Amanda Goldberg and Ruthanna Hopper, take us through the Oscar rituals of that mad and magical week with all the inside knowledge that they have grown up knowing. They are remarkably adroit and witty story tellers. Beneath the utter sophistication and gloriously natural name-dropping, there beats a very warm heart.”–Dominick Dunne
“Stylish intrigue, glamorous machinations and such juicy fun. No one but Hollywood insiders like Amanda Goldberg and Ruthanna Hopper could tell the tale so perfectly.”–Michael Kors
“A hilarious ride through the bumpy Hollywood Hills, complete with a trillion genius nuggets of true insider dish and a silver screen ending.”–Jill Kargman, author of Momzillas
“Fashion, film stars and great fun—a young insider's view of Hollywood!”–Anjelica Huston
"Celebutantes is a witty, incisive, under-the-sheets look at the chaos that is Oscar week. I loved it."–Jackie Collins
“An irreverent satire on Hollywood celebrity, delivered with a keen eye for the absurd, Celebutantes is a wise and witty page-turner.”–Arianna Huffington
“Nothing is stranger than reality and the reality of Hollywood and our celebrity obsessed culture is brilliantly captured in Celebutantes. Amanda Goldberg and Ruthanna Hopper, both Hollywood insiders, use their wicked sense of humor and keen insight to craft a piercingly intelligent, funny and at times tragic satire of modern-day Hollywood. The authors simultaneously elevate the lives of the beautiful and the famous while also pointing out the emptiness and absurdity of contemporary values.”–Tom Ford
It is not worth your time or money...so please just do not buy it.
Reading this book was like reading the script for an episode of TMZ, lots of name dropping and brand references, but little character or plot development.
It's a fun beach read for the summer or if you just want a quick book that will make you laugh.
Let me preface this by saying that I can read almost anything. ANYTHING. This, however, was like trying to read the ramblings of a name-dropping, coked-out ditz with severe ADD. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Lisa Marie
For any fan of Oscar Sunday this is a must read! Fun, fast and funny, what started out as predictable pulp ("poor little rich girl") ends up being an insightful look into the... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Ian
I LOVED this book -- especially the audio version. Gigi Bermingham's narration is a tour de force. This book is completely entertaining -- well written, great characters, just... Read morePublished on September 17, 2011 by NYC reader
I have never stopped reading a book since I purchased my kindle I saw these authors on TV so I thought from their interview this might me intriguing boy was I wrong!!!Published on September 15, 2011 by N. Beigel
Service was excellent. I thought I had gotten a "book club" edition. I had gone to a bookstore & it was the same as I had received.Published on July 14, 2011 by Maureen Sharon Rook
Anyone who enjoys pop culture, Hollywood, and the world of celebrity will enjoy this book. It's surprisingly funny and keeps you entertained from beginning to end. Read morePublished on June 30, 2011 by mn378
I read 40 pages and put this down. The constant name-dropping makes this book absolutely unreadable, and the plot (at least, from what I could tell) was non-existent. Read morePublished on June 30, 2010 by P. Snyders
Underdeveloped books are disappointing, especially if you paid full retail for the hardback copy but if you only dropped a buck for it, then you'll put up with some nonsense. Read morePublished on June 25, 2010 by R. Marie Insogno
I bought this book, hoping for a light summer read in the manner of Hollywood Car Wash: A Novel or The First Assistant: A Continuing Tale from Behind the Hollywood Curtain, but I... Read morePublished on May 31, 2010 by TaraNator