Look out Sexy Sarah! You are soon going to have some competition on the shelves.
Former President George W. Bush has just completed a memoir. Crown Publishing Group announced this morning that the book, titled Decision Points, will be released in November and center around 14 decisions George made during his eight years as president, including "his flaws and mistakes, as well as his historic achievements."
We searched our brain for just one example of the latter, but we came up empty.
The book will primarily focus on decisions made during the time of 9/11, the beginings of the war in Iraq and Bush's battle with drinking. (Because those all are on the same level of importance.)
We sure do pity the poor ghost writer who had to endure endless days listening to this man dribble on about his life and his "achievements." No amount of money is worth that agony.
Course we endured it as an entire nation for eight years, so maybe it wasn't that bad.
Tiger Woods is not messing around in getting his career back!
He has hired former presidential advisor to George W. Bush, Ari Fleischer, to help with his return to golf. The man is also responsible for repairing the tattered image of Mark McGwire post 'roid scandal.
“They were in his living room this week going over a strategy for how to handle Bay Hill in two weeks,” claims a source, referring to the Arnold Palmer invitational in two weeks.
Ari Fleischer Sports Communications focuses on crisis response and control. It is also a joint venture with IMG Sports & Entertainment, who represents Tiger.
His friends definitely wanna see him come back strong!
“It’s been a rough road the last three or four months in Tiger’s life and his family’s life,” said longtime friend of Tiger, Mark O’Meara. “It’s a very difficult situation. Golf is what Tiger does, and possibly part of the healing process is to get back at it.”
And since Mr. West knows all too well that the Grammys have a history of bending the rules for other artists, he won't bother showing up to the ceremony if his friend and collaborator doesn't get the same treatment.
At the Oakland stop on his Saint Pablo tour, Ye addressed the crowd on the inner workings of the Recording Academy, and how they allegedly made exceptions for their eligibility rules -- like Lady GaGa's 2010 Grammy performance.