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We're getting lit with all of our favorite celebrity tell-all books!
These days, it's a great idea to grab your Kindle and snuggle up on your couch to read a juicy memoir by one of your favorite celebrities.
While we're social distancing, we have plenty of time to sink our teeth into these autobiographies that include everything from stars exposing their exes, showing us an intimate look at their lives or telling us hilarious stories that make us laugh.
Whether you want all the details on Jessica Simpson's famed relationship with Nick Lachey or want even more information on the lives of reality TV stars like Colton Underwood and Erika Jayne, we've got your covered.
With shocking secrets from stars like Anna Faris, Demi Lovato, Lea Michele and more, we have a feeling you'll be reading until the wee hours of the night.
So grab your bookmark and check out our list below.
Open Book by Jessica Simpson
Juiciest Tidbit: Jessica Simpson's memoir was truly juicy, with her writing all about her marriage and divorce to Nick Lachey and her messy romance with John Mayer, with the latter even addressing the book recently on his appearance on Watch What Happens Live.
This Is Me: Loving the Person You Are Today by Chrissy Metz
Biggest Revelation: The This Is Us star's memoir is a heartbreaking but uplifting look at former wrongs she has faced, while also having the capacity to forgive people like her stepfather who Metz says had been verbally and physically abusive.
It's Not Okay: Turning Heartbreak Into Happily Never After by Andi Dorfman
Biggest Revelation: The former Bachelorette lead put both her former fiancé Josh Murray and runner-up Nick Viall on blast in her book, saying that Murray was verbally abusive and that Viall had disappointed her in their fantasy suite date with his words.
Over the Top: A Raw Journey to Self-Love by Jonathan Van Ness
Biggest Revelation: The Queer Eye star writes in his book about the moment when he learned he was HIV-positive, writing, "That day was just as devastating as you would think it would be." He also writes about turmoil in his childhood before eventually finding his way to self-love and acceptance.
The Last Black Unicorn by Tiffany Haddish
Biggest Revelation: While the Girls Trip actress never fails to make us laugh on screen, her memoir has some heartbreaking looks into her past, including being the victim of abuse from her mother and ex-husband. However, the comedian also dedicates much of her book to her path to finding her voice in stand-up, which clearly paid off and got her to where she was destined to be.
Pretty Mess by Erika Jayne
Juiciest Tidbit: In addition to addressing the time she lost her virginity, the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star also provides insight into her current marriage. "Tom is 33 years older than me," she wrote. "It was always a bigger deal to everyone else than it was to either of us. All a couple really needs is to have the same life philosophy. If you see things the same way, then age, race, religion—none of that comes into play..."
Talking As Fast As I Can by Lauren Graham
Juiciest Tidbit: Gilmore Girls almost had to replace her as Lorelai.
Not Dead Yet by Phil Collins
Juiciest Tidbit: He witnessed Princess Diana's affair with James Hewitt firsthand.
A Life in Parts by Bryan Cranston
Juiciest Tidbits: His dangerous ex and losing his virginity to a prostitute.
Around the Way Girl by Taraji P. Henson
Juiciest Tidbit: Angelina Jolie consoled Henson after she lost the Best Supporting Actress Oscar to Penélope Cruz in 2009.
The Girl With the Lower Back Tattoo by Amy Schumer
Juiciest Tidbit: The star shares her sex number.
Why Not Me? by Mindy Kaling
Juiciest Tidbit: The Mindy Project star loves filming sex scenes.
Life on the Ramona Coaster by Ramona Singer
Juiciest Tidbit: The Real Housewives of New York star admits that she indeed got a boob job.
Down the Rabbit Hole by Holly Madison
Biggest Revelation: The former Girls Next Door star says she once contemplated suicide while living at the Playboy Mansion.
Straight Walk by Patricia Velasquez
Biggest Revelation: The Mummy star writes about how she hid her sexuality from her loved ones for years.
The Soundtrack of My Life by Clive Davis
Juiciest Tidbit: The twice-divorced music exec comes out as bisexual, divulging that he first hooked up with another man during "the era of Studio 54," and revealing that he eventually entered into a 15-year "monogamous relationship " with an unnamed male doctor.
Love Italian Style: The Secrets of My Hot and Happy Marriage by Melissa Gorga
Juiciest Tidbit: In a controversial advice manual on marriage, the Real Housewives of New Jersey star informs wives: "[A] woman needs to keep herself in shape. She has to be seductive. She must be willing to try new things for her husband's pleasure and her own. And, most important, she has to be available for sex."
Now Accepting Roses by Amanda Stanton
Juiciest Tidbit: As Andi Dorfman did in her book, this Bachelor alum accuses ex Josh Murray of being controlling: "There were control issues, more than a few untruths told, plus other red flags along the way. Not to mention Andi Dorfman even wrote a book about his jealous, self-serving ways. And what did I do? I kept kissing him hoping he'd turn into a prince."
Catch and Kill by Ronan Farrow
Biggest Revelation: The journalist details Matt Lauer having a button on his desk to shut the door of his office—a claim that Lauer denies.
Inside Out by Demi Moore
Juiciest Tidbit: The actress fulfilled ex-husband Ashton Kutcher's threesome fantasies in hopes of keeping their relationship going.
Naturally Tan by Tan France
Biggest Revelation: The Queer Eye star reveals he started bleaching his skin at age 10.
To Me, He Was Just Dad by Joshua David Stein
Juiciest Tidbit: In this compilation of stories by sons and daughters of famous dads, Brandon Jenner shares that he only saw Caitlyn Jenner "half a dozen times" in 17 years.
The Rural Diaries by Hilarie Burton
Juiciest Tidbit: She left One Tree Hill after her dear friend from high school was killed while serving in Iraq in the summer of 2007: "I had spent the previous few years wandering, never really finding my place, but I wanted more. I wanted a family. I wanted a home that could be a refuge and a blank canvas that would allow me to daydream, to take risks, to try and fail and try again. I wanted to push myself every day. I wanted to make every moment intentional. Wake up intentionally. Work intentionally. Eat intentionally. And rest intentionally."
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—Originally published April 23, 2020 at 6:00 a.m. PT