By Meghan Jenkins and Mark Aldrich
[Editor’s Note: In what seems now to be a series, Meghan Jenkins and her collaborator Mark Aldrich decided to co-review something, here, the gossip writer Perez Hilton’s new memoir, TMI: My Life in Scandal. What follows here is a conversation between Meghan, a gossip fan who loves Perez Hilton’s work, and Mark, who is not a gossip fan and who was only dimly aware of Perez Hilton before now. Spoiler alert: Both of them like the book!—Mark]
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Meghan: Oh, god, I love that title. Just typing it out gives me an adrenaline rush, and makes me want to punch the air with a, “Yeah! Get it!”
I love Perez. He looks hot as heck on this book cover too (seen above), and I know I can’t have him and that makes it even more alluring. That’s not the point of this article, though, I’m here to review the book.
If any reader of MeghaZine knew me back in early … mid … well, all of the 2000s, you already know how entranced and obsessed I was by celebrity gossip. I’d talk about things I knew that were going on in the lives of the Kardashians and I’d continue on with all my celebrity gossip “knowledge” as I watch your mouths and eyes slowly start to gape in confused amazement or horror (maybe? I choose to see amazement) as I gave you a quick peek inside my brain. Things only got worse when I was working in beauty salons with all of the gossip rags around and so much extra time on my hands in between clients. (I wasn’t good. I was not booked up, so I read all of everything.)
Mark: To our readers, well, this is still somewhat true in 2021. Conversations with Meghan may no longer be celebrity-obsessed or dominated by the Kardashians, but chats with her can sometimes be, well, Kardashian-seasoned. Back to Meghan:
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