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Publisher Description

'Hei, Mam Ah'm ganna be a stor' said a young Cheryl Tweety to hor Mam one day, following a bonny baby competition in hor native Newcastle. An tell yerz this leik, she wuzzen wrong! Noo aall grern up as Cheryl Kerl, shiz the peepils' princess an shiz everywhor yerz look pet. On TV, radieau, magazines an billboadz; just aboot the biggest star in the UK man! And ask hor what she thinks aboot it an she'll jus flash yerz tha big smeel and likelee sey 'Its mint man!' in that Geordie accent so loved the world over. In short shiz fulfilled hor destinee. Noo as queen of aall she surveys, faw the foast teim in this book she'll give you a personal insight into what she thinks aboot aall sortz a stuff an tha. Covering topics as divoase as the music biz tuh jeans, the opera tuh fashion icons, itz aall between these pages. Cheryl opens her heart and soul, and pulling no punches tells it leik it is, man woman man. Find oot tha being a supahstor's nut just aboot havin the teim of yerz leef gaddin aboot at fillum premiers an tha. Beheend tha smeel lies a leefteim a hoad graft an detomanation. This is Cheryl's take on modun leef. Her own unique pawspective on anything an evreething.

GENRE
Humour
RELEASED
2010
October 14
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
300
Pages
PUBLISHER
Hodder & Stoughton
SIZE
496.9
KB

Customer Reviews

FlannOBee ,

Woath it? Coase Ah am, Pet

I started out following this on Twitter where the Chery Kerl character first appeared. Her comments were hilarious during the hash tag (#) conversations on the X Factor shows as they went out live on TV. She has since gone on to become a more general social and media commentator with a sharp wit and an wonderfully understated acid putdown, so when I saw this book I just had to get it.

It doesn't disappoint and is a wonderfully wry and mischievous swipe at the modern cult of celebrity as seen through Miss Kerl's eyes. Cheryl gives her take on all aspects of modern day living and it had me in stitches. Everything from feng shui to the opera is put under her microscope, and all covered with Cheryl’s insightful grasp for the subject.

The text is written in phonetic Geordie and as such requires a bit of perseverance to get into the 'rhythm'. However once you get in tune then it flows pretty easily.

So if you're looking for something different then I can thoroughly recommend this.

Why aye, it's mint man!