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Keeping it Real Paperback – 26 May 2006
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The hardback version of Jodie Marsh's autobiography was a Top 10 hit in the summer of 2005. It traced Jodie's dizzying rise to fame as part of the TV series "Essex Wives" to a position as tabloid favourite. From her unhappy school days and her teenaged nose job to her current success, it was her uncensored story, and it will be fully updated to take account of her adventures since the hardback. From the feud with Jordan to the death of Jodie's best friend, the original was the must-read book of the summer and Jodie will be back to promote it all over again. Forthright, sassy, determined and sexy, this is the story of Britain's brightest star.
About the Author
Jodie Marsh was born in Brentwood, Essex, in 1979. The daughter of a millionaire scaffolding contractor, she was educated privately at Brentwood School. She is a model, TV personality and celebrity.
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She has one take on her life, but it seems to me she was an obnoxious child, greatly in need of Supernanny, whose parents could not or would not control her, and who extended her unpleasantness to school which is why she had a hard time. She is endlessly opinionated, completely without serious thought, vulgar, trivial, and irresponsible. However, she is so extreme I wouldn't be surprised if she proved to be bi-polar.
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