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Publisher Description

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The Vanderpump Rules breakout star and provocateur brings her signature sharp wit to the page with this collection of humorous and brutally honest essays exploring her rocky road to fame, sobriety, and beyond.

What does “Give them Lala” mean? It means giving the truest, most honest version of yourself to the world. It means being authentic, bold, adventurous, and having an unapologetic approach to life.

Hollywood is where Lauren Burningham, aspiring actress from Utah, fully embraced her alter-ego Lala Kent, entrepreneur, entertainer, and film and television star. Some say she’s rude; Lala says she claps back. Some say she’s spontaneous; Lala says “eat up the drama.” Some say she’s too bold; Lala knows she’s reality TV gold. Truth is, without giving them Lala, Lauren could never have become the woman she is today.

In her debut collection of essays, Lala shares how you, too, can embrace the best version of yourself and never feel guilty for deserving more. As she leads us on her bumpy journey from suburban boredom to Hollywood glamour, she’ll explain how women can—and should—feel just as free as men when it comes to sex, how sobriety saved her life and relationship, and how we should treasure every day we have with those we love.

GENRE
Biographies & Memoirs
RELEASED
2021
May 4
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
240
Pages
PUBLISHER
Gallery Books
SELLER
SIMON AND SCHUSTER DIGITAL SALES INC
SIZE
7.7
MB

Customer Reviews

e_lo123 ,

Such a fun read!

This book blew my expectations out of the water. Funny and heartfelt at the same time. Hope she writes another one about the next phase of her life.

AMcDill ,

The perfect understand of Lala

Makes you understand Lala in an entirely new way. Highly recommend to anyone who has watched Vanderpump from the beginning.

Beverley Miller0706 ,

Just Don’t

That was a horrible read. I found myself questioning how truly honest she was about a lot of things she talked about. I didn’t even want to finish it, but had paid the money.. I don’t know why I expected better, but I did. Would NEVER suggest this to someone to read.