Name Drop
In Name Drop, Ross dishes about being an unlikely insider in the alternate reality that is showbiz, like that time he was invited by Barbara Walters to host The View--only to learn his hero did not suffer fools; his Christmas with the Kardashians, which should be its own holiday special; and his news-making talk with Omarosa on Celebrity Big Brother, which, as it turns out, was just the tip of the iceberg. Holding nothing back, Ross shares the most treasured and surprising moments in his celebrity-filled career, and proves that while exposure may have made him a little bit famous, he is still as much a fanboy as ever.

Name Drop Details

TitleName Drop
Author
ReleaseFeb 4th, 2020
PublisherAtria Books
Rating
GenreNonfiction, Autobiography, Memoir, Humor, Audiobook, LGBT

Name Drop Review

  • Valerity (Val)
    January 1, 1970
    I saw a review of this on a friend’s page and just had to check it out. I think Ross is a hoot and would love to be besties with him anytime. His book is a good for a grin, and entertaining right down to the cocktail and appetizer recipes, or Rossipes as he calls them. If you’re ready for a lighthearted and fun break from whatever you’ve been reading, this will probably work for you, especially if you are a Ross Mathews fan. He keeps it real about the stars he meets, and has a great sense of I saw a review of this on a friend’s page and just had to check it out. I think Ross is a hoot and would love to be besties with him anytime. His book is a good for a grin, and entertaining right down to the cocktail and appetizer recipes, or Rossipes as he calls them. If you’re ready for a lighthearted and fun break from whatever you’ve been reading, this will probably work for you, especially if you are a Ross Mathews fan. He keeps it real about the stars he meets, and has a great sense of humor that has served him well in his career path. If you love star gossip you will enjoy his book.Now it makes me want to check out his first book too, which I likely will after this. It’s mentioned below in the author section. I will also be watching for future works of literary art from Ross and plenty more Rossipes for sure! Keep up the great work Ross, we need more happy entertainment like you provide. Perhaps my own personal vlog delivered to my inbox wouldn't be too much to ask? :-) Advance electronic review copy was provided by NetGalley, author Ross Mathews, and the publisher.First published on my WordPress blog viewable here:https://wordpress.com/post/bookblog20...
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  • Heather K (dentist in my spare time)
    January 1, 1970
    *3.5 stars*Look, Name Drop: The Really Good Celebrity Stories I Usually Only Tell at Happy Hour is by Ross Mathews, and though I've been pleasantly surprised by some really stellar books by comedians/funny personalities recently (Dear Girls: Intimate Tales, Untold Secrets, & Advice for Living Your Best Life), I kept my expectations at "Kathy-Griffin-Lite" level. And that was just about right. I read this book in bits and pieces in between reading other stories, but even though it took me *3.5 stars*Look, Name Drop: The Really Good Celebrity Stories I Usually Only Tell at Happy Hour is by Ross Mathews, and though I've been pleasantly surprised by some really stellar books by comedians/funny personalities recently (Dear Girls: Intimate Tales, Untold Secrets, & Advice for Living Your Best Life), I kept my expectations at "Kathy-Griffin-Lite" level. And that was just about right. I read this book in bits and pieces in between reading other stories, but even though it took me three weeks to get through, I found it to be a fun, entertaining read. Sure, it didn't hold my attention for long spans of time, but I enjoyed that the book read just like Ross Mathews sounds, so I felt like I was watching him on TV while I was reading. *Only read this book if you like lots of puns and play-on-word-humor. I'm... not sure if I like it that much, but I muscled through it. Also, be prepared for lots of self-deprecating "I'm chubby!" humor.*As a RuPaul super-fan, I could have used more Drag Race content. There was barely any here, which was a bit of a let down. I wanted some drag queen T!! Yeah, I know, there is probably contractual mumble, mumble keeping him from saying the good stuff, but Drag Race fans, you WILL be left wanting. I enjoyed his celebrity snippets, and though it felt very surface level, I found some to be funny and most to be mildly entertaining. An easy, fun read to pass the time if you are a Ross Mathews fan (one T!). *Copy provided in exchange for an honest review* goodreads|instagram|twitter|blog
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  • Kayo
    January 1, 1970
    What a fun book. Lots and lots of name dropping, hence the title of this book. Don't miss this one if you're into hearing about the coolest celebs. Thanks to author,publisher and Netgalley for the chance to read this book. While I got the book for free,it had no bearing on the rating I gave it.
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  • britt_brooke
    January 1, 1970
    Oh, Ross, you’re so punny! Seriously. So. Many. Puns. I love the cheesiness. I never really watched Leno, so I first “met” Mathews on the Chelsea Lately round table. Gah, I miss that show. This is an incredibly entertaining read about memorable celebrity run-ins, mostly who are friends, but some are folks with whom he simply crossed career paths. Plus, lots of fun cocktails and recipes. A delightfully guilty, funny read! Oh, Ross, you’re so punny! Seriously. So. Many. Puns. I love the cheesiness. 🧀 I never really watched Leno, so I first “met” Mathews on the Chelsea Lately round table. Gah, I miss that show. This is an incredibly entertaining read about memorable celebrity run-ins, mostly who are friends, but some are folks with whom he simply crossed career paths. Plus, lots of fun cocktails and recipes. A delightfully guilty, funny read!
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  • Curtis Lowton
    January 1, 1970
    Ross Mathews’ second book exemplifies the art of name-dropping, as Mathews spills personal anecdotes about meeting celebrities such as Barbara Walters, Rosie O’Donnell, Beyoncé, Elizabeth Taylor, and Jackie Collins (to name only a few!). Each story is supplemented with a thematic cocktail and appetizer “Ross-ipe”. In sticking with the book’s theme of name dropping, I believe that this is the perfect opportunity to write the story of how I met a celebrity...the famous writer and television Ross Mathews’ second book exemplifies the art of name-dropping, as Mathews spills personal anecdotes about meeting celebrities such as Barbara Walters, Rosie O’Donnell, Beyoncé, Elizabeth Taylor, and Jackie Collins (to name only a few!). Each story is supplemented with a thematic cocktail and appetizer “Ross-ipe”. In sticking with the book’s theme of name dropping, I believe that this is the perfect opportunity to write the story of how I met a celebrity...the famous writer and television personality, Ross Mathews. In May 2000, my friend Kevin and I travelled all the way from Winnipeg MB to Los Angeles CA to conquer our shared bucket list item: to attend Rupaul’s Drag Con. At the massive convention, we moved about booths and stood in line-ups to meet (and get pictures taken with) our favourite drag queens. (P.S. We met Alaska! Bucket list item #2, check! And Eureka O'Hara asked us for bear status!). As the day progressed and lines got longer, Kevin asked if we could stand in line to meet Ross Mathews. “But he’s not even here,” I said. Kevin had recognized Ross’s assistant Trish, and after a quick chat with her he had learned that Ross would arrive within the hour. With a short line-up of about ten people (for an empty booth), I agreed to stand in line; after all, I was getting crowd fatigue. While we stood in line, Kevin shared stories from Ross’s podcast Straight Talk, and explained everything there was to know about Ross Mathews, Trish, and CJ. Kevin also shared Straight Talk lingo and a password that he was supposed to use to identify himself as a “Straight Talker”. True to Trish’s word: Mathews arrived! Mathews was warm and friendly, and seemed genuinely grateful for the attention of his fans. Mathews, recognizing which one of us was the true fan, had a quick kiki with Kevin; I was grateful to have the pressure of small talk removed, since I just wanted to say hi and get a picture. As we left, Kevin said to me, “I’m so surprised. He is exactly what I thought he would be.” “What exactly were you expecting?” I deadpanned. Kevin stated, “You always think celebrities won’t be like their public persona, or that they’ll just be coldly polite. But Ross was exactly like he is on the podcast. It felt very genuine.” Though self-described name-dropper Ross Mathews has achieved his own degree of celebrity, he seems to be, in person and in his book, a legitimately , down-to-Earth, affable guy. I have no doubt that Mathews would fit right in with my gaggle of gays. Name Drop: The Really Good Celebrity Stories I Usually Only Tell at Happy Hour feels like vignettes shared by your best squirrelfriend who has met a famous person and shares most of the details. Did I hope for some nastier, juicier gossip from these name dropping sketches? Duh, of course! But then, if the tea was served hotter, it just wouldn’t be on brand for America’s queer sweetheart, Ross Mathews. Side note: Months later, advertising for Drag Con plastered pictures of Kevin and Ross Mathews all over Instagram. And, just like in our conversation, I was cut out of the picture. But if you look closely, you can see the right side of my face! But maybe in our next photo opp, I’ll be front and centre, since I have read Name Drop: The Really Good Celebrity Stories I Usually Only Tell at Happy Hour, and Kevin has not. Yet.
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  • Beth
    January 1, 1970
    I love Ross Mathews and I had no idea this book was even a thing until I saw it at the bookstore I work at. It was a fun read, obviously. He also includes recipes or rossipes in every chapter so I will definitely try some of those out. I am hoping to see him on his book tour."You never know who might be listening, so always try to put something good out into the world.""Bad pizza is better than no pizza."
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  • Sue Fernandez
    January 1, 1970
    Yaasss! Grab this book as soon as you have a chance. Name dropping, recipes, cocktails. I'm there. I've loved Ross over the years, and I thank Net Galley and Atria Books for an advance of this book in exchange for my honest review. Ross does a fabulous job of sharing his celebrity stories, but not being mean about it. He tells it like it is, but at the same time, he'll be quick to acknowledge (in his own special way) when his perception of the situation might've clouded the memory. If you want Yaasss! Grab this book as soon as you have a chance. Name dropping, recipes, cocktails. I'm there. I've loved Ross over the years, and I thank Net Galley and Atria Books for an advance of this book in exchange for my honest review. Ross does a fabulous job of sharing his celebrity stories, but not being mean about it. He tells it like it is, but at the same time, he'll be quick to acknowledge (in his own special way) when his perception of the situation might've clouded the memory. If you want the tea, but want to have a cocktail with it, or if you want to know what happens when a fangirl (man, boy? What is a male fangirl?) gets to come face to face with his people, this is the book for you. Honestly- this is the book for anyone who wants to move away from the problems of the world for a time. GET it.
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  • Jacob Blank
    January 1, 1970
    Kind of exactly what you’d expect if you’re at all familiar with his career or podcast. Be warned that Ross’s schtick (as well as frequent writing collaborator Jackie Beat) is crude cringey heavy-handed campy dad humor. However, Ross’s most funny and engaging moments come when you least expect them, where a sudden sharp piece of wit can elicit belly laughs.Decades before celebrity culture demanded famous people be authentic and relatable, Ross had an undeniable talent for bringing out glimmers Kind of exactly what you’d expect if you’re at all familiar with his career or podcast. Be warned that Ross’s schtick (as well as frequent writing collaborator Jackie Beat) is crude cringey heavy-handed campy dad humor. However, Ross’s most funny and engaging moments come when you least expect them, where a sudden sharp piece of wit can elicit belly laughs.Decades before celebrity culture demanded famous people be authentic and relatable, Ross had an undeniable talent for bringing out glimmers of truth and spontaneity from people whose icon status preceded them. Seeing these people in a new light, where their humanity is either celebrated or analyzed, is what makes the stories so special.Like his last book, Man Up!, my main criticism is that it never felt like it went deep enough, and that still holds partially true. What holds Name Drop back from really excelling is the author maybe being a bit too timid to explore deeper topics like how homophobia empowered Leblanc and Perry’s rudeness in their trainwreck interview, Barbara Walters’ history and why she may have been so harsh, and maybe a more earnest essay into why he operates the way he does. My favorite moment of his is not in the book, but can be found if you search for “Ross Mathews Responds To Milo Yiannopoulus”. That’s what I’m holding up as the side I find missing from some if his writing.But when it’s all said and done, this is a truly joyful and entertaining book as well as a reminder to stan Rosie O’Donnell.
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  • Onceinabluemoon
    January 1, 1970
    I had the audio and would burst out laughing as I toiled in my garden. He is adorable, like a big furry puppy, nothing but fun, was a very refreshing break to just laugh and roll my eyes at his rossipes, which felt like they were right out of the fifties! Was just good gossipy fun!
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  • Bonnie
    January 1, 1970
    So much fun! I listened to it on Audible and fully enjoyed Ross reading his new book. So many fun and heart breaking stories! I can’t wait to try the Ross-ipies!
  • Renata
    January 1, 1970
    Ross Mathews seems like he should be annoying but somehow I constantly find him very charming? This book was just like a super frothy delicious cocktail, went down super fast and left me feeling pleasantly warmed. If you like celeb gossip and Ross Mathews' whole shtick, you will probably like this book. If you think Ross is annoying or celeb gossip is dumb, well, move along, this isn't the droid you're looking for.There is some mildly cringey/problematic content here along the lines of Ross body Ross Mathews seems like he should be annoying but somehow I constantly find him very charming? This book was just like a super frothy delicious cocktail, went down super fast and left me feeling pleasantly warmed. If you like celeb gossip and Ross Mathews' whole shtick, you will probably like this book. If you think Ross is annoying or celeb gossip is dumb, well, move along, this isn't the droid you're looking for.There is some mildly cringey/problematic content here along the lines of Ross body shaming himself and also occasional stuff like referring to an anonymous date simply as "Hot Asian" but that probably won't surprise you if you're at all familiar with Ross's humor/persona. And if you're not familiar with him, again, probably don't read this.
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  • Meghan
    January 1, 1970
    This book was received as an ARC from Atria Books in exchange for an honest review. Opinions and thoughts expressed in this review are completely my own.I have always been a fan of Ross Matthews and his colorful personality he has on the TV Screen. I have seen him on Chelsey Lately and on Celebrity Big Brother where he is not afraid to express his flamboyant personality and holds nothing back and this book exemplifies it and more. One thing I love was that he was never afraid to say what he This book was received as an ARC from Atria Books in exchange for an honest review. Opinions and thoughts expressed in this review are completely my own.I have always been a fan of Ross Matthews and his colorful personality he has on the TV Screen. I have seen him on Chelsey Lately and on Celebrity Big Brother where he is not afraid to express his flamboyant personality and holds nothing back and this book exemplifies it and more. One thing I love was that he was never afraid to say what he feels and I was glad to see that a lot of celebrities he idolized respected him for it and later became good friends with him especially reflecting on his story with Rosie O'Donnell. One of my favorite parts of the book was where he included cocktail and food recipes as well as telling his celebrity stories, it was like you were joining him on a dinner or lunch date. I can not wait to share this book with our community. They will love it very much.We will consider adding this title to our Biography collection at our library. That is why we give this book 5 stars.
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  • Sarah
    January 1, 1970
    I would like to thank Netgalley and the publisher for the advance copy in exchange for an honest review. I am actually bumping this up to 4.5 stars, like the celeb fan I am, I messaged Ross on Instagram letting him know I was reading an advance copy, and like the kind, funny, sweetheart of a guy that he is, he messaged me back the same day! This book reads like you are sitting next to Ross, probably over a few drinks and having one of his rossipes that are included in the book. Like me, Ross I would like to thank Netgalley and the publisher for the advance copy in exchange for an honest review. I am actually bumping this up to 4.5 stars, like the celeb fan I am, I messaged Ross on Instagram letting him know I was reading an advance copy, and like the kind, funny, sweetheart of a guy that he is, he messaged me back the same day! This book reads like you are sitting next to Ross, probably over a few drinks and having one of his rossipes that are included in the book. Like me, Ross loves the Spice Girls and was devastated when they broke up, but unlike me, I did not get the pleasure of getting to sit next to Posh Spice on a plane for hours on end having girl talk, Ross you lucky duck you! Ross dives into his vault and tells many a tell of all the celebs he's met., even ones who can't remember him (how could you, Barbara?!) Overall a great, funny read that will have you laughing out loud, and wishing you and Ross were friends in real life.
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  • Michelle
    January 1, 1970
    This book was a lot of fun. I feel like it delivered exactly what it promised: some juicy but not overly scandalous celebrity stories.I was only familiar with Ross Mathews as an interviewer on the red carpet but that was enough for me to assume he had some good celebrity gossip.It turns out that he’s had a much longer career in entertainment and has met a ton of famous people.He is entertaining but also respectful.He tells interesting stories about a lot of big names (Beyoncé, Lady Gaga, etc) This book was a lot of fun. I feel like it delivered exactly what it promised: some juicy but not overly scandalous celebrity stories.I was only familiar with Ross Mathews as an interviewer on the red carpet but that was enough for me to assume he had some good celebrity gossip.It turns out that he’s had a much longer career in entertainment and has met a ton of famous people.He is entertaining but also respectful.He tells interesting stories about a lot of big names (Beyoncé, Lady Gaga, etc) but he’s not out to ruin anyone’s careers here.A lot of the stories involve being surprised by how nice the celebrity is.It’s also funny.I like his positive, upbeat attitude and I enjoyed the stories he told. If there’s another book of his celebrity encounters, I’d read it too.I got to read an early ebook edition from NetGalley. Thanks!
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  • Moira
    January 1, 1970
    As a fan of Ross Mathews, I may consider him the celebrity best friend in my head, I’ve been eagerly anticipating reading this book. This book is exactly what I imagine hanging out with Ross in Palm Springs drinking skinny margaritas poolside would be like. His voice comes through loud and clear and it couldn’t be more delightful. I laughed and squealed throughout the entire thing. Plus I can’t wait to try ALL the Rossipes . This is a rare book that I would want to have a physical and audio As a fan of Ross Mathews, I may consider him the celebrity best friend in my head, I’ve been eagerly anticipating reading this book. This book is exactly what I imagine hanging out with Ross in Palm Springs drinking skinny margaritas poolside would be like. His voice comes through loud and clear and it couldn’t be more delightful. I laughed and squealed throughout the entire thing. Plus I can’t wait to try ALL the Rossipes 😍😍. This is a rare book that I would want to have a physical and audio version of. I can’t wait for everyone to read this one!!ARC provided by NetGalley in exchange for an honest and thoughtful review.
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  • K.S. Thompson
    January 1, 1970
    ENJOYABLE! I have loved Ross Mathews since he was but a simple intern on "The Tonight Show". I have read his first book, "Man Up" three or four times and it's always just as fun as the first time. This one is also tons of fun. All of the fabulous (and some not-so-fabulous - I'm looking at you Barbara Walters) encounters with celebs, some of whom have become his dear friends. I laughed a lot. I also cried a bit (how the heck could anyone ever be mean to ROSS, of all people). Ross can turn the ENJOYABLE! I have loved Ross Mathews since he was but a simple intern on "The Tonight Show". I have read his first book, "Man Up" three or four times and it's always just as fun as the first time. This one is also tons of fun. All of the fabulous (and some not-so-fabulous - I'm looking at you Barbara Walters) encounters with celebs, some of whom have become his dear friends. I laughed a lot. I also cried a bit (how the heck could anyone ever be mean to ROSS, of all people). Ross can turn the world on with his smile! He can take a nothing day and suddenly make it all seem worthwhile! Definitely a great read, especially if you're in the midst of a challenging time and doubting yourself.
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  • Kristina
    January 1, 1970
    Thank you to NetGalley and the publishers for this e-arc in exchange for my honest review.I absolutely loved and enjoyed this book. Ross shares hilarious and sometimes cringey stories about his experiences with different celebrities. In the beginning of each chapter/celebrity story, he shares a "Ross-cipe" for a cocktail and meal (which they all sounded amazing). I am a lover of puns and boy do you get them with this read, yas!I highly recommend this book to people who are fans of Ross Mathews Thank you to NetGalley and the publishers for this e-arc in exchange for my honest review.I absolutely loved and enjoyed this book. Ross shares hilarious and sometimes cringey stories about his experiences with different celebrities. In the beginning of each chapter/celebrity story, he shares a "Ross-cipe" for a cocktail and meal (which they all sounded amazing). I am a lover of puns and boy do you get them with this read, yas!I highly recommend this book to people who are fans of Ross Mathews and just reading about his comedic interactions with a wide range of celebrities (from Beyonce to Jason Priestley). Sidenote, I am currently living in WA (go Seahawks) and was tickled to see the Tacoma Dome mentioned. Anyways, go read this book!
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  • Kevin
    January 1, 1970
    Comedian Ross Mathews (MAN UP!) loves celebrities and, as a red-carpet reporter for nearly two decades, he's interviewed a lot of them. He compiles his favorite encounters in NAME DROP. As he notes in the subtitle, these are tales he usually tells friends only at happy hour after being plied with cheap two-for-one cocktails and appetizers. So he helpfully begins each chapter with a witty, related recipe (or "Rossipe") for a cocktail and appetizer. His cocktail recipe for "Barbara Walters Old Comedian Ross Mathews (MAN UP!) loves celebrities and, as a red-carpet reporter for nearly two decades, he's interviewed a lot of them. He compiles his favorite encounters in NAME DROP. As he notes in the subtitle, these are tales he usually tells friends only at happy hour after being plied with cheap two-for-one cocktails and appetizers. So he helpfully begins each chapter with a witty, related recipe (or "Rossipe") for a cocktail and appetizer. His cocktail recipe for "Barbara Walters Old Fashioned with Extra Bitters" prefaces his tale of co-hosting THE VIEW and his unpleasant encounter with Walters. Seconds before the live show started, he asked Walters for any advice and she replied, "I'd like to tell you to go out there and be yourself, but I hope you won't."All of his encounters are fun and entertaining. Describing his brief backstage meet-and-greet with Celine Dion, he writes, "It was like the first time I had sex--an eternity of anticipation and excitement followed by three seconds of awkward bliss and an anticlimactic ending." His interview with Dame Elizabeth Taylor went downhill quickly after he accidentally greeted her as "Dame Edna." Some encounters turn into real friendships, like Lady Gaga and Rosie O'Donnell (who inadvertently talked him into sleeping with a gay Republican). There's also backstage stories about CELEBRITY BIG BROTHER and RUPAUL'S DRAG RACE, his long friendship with Jackie Collins and a (platonic) mile-high bromance with Jason Priestley.This pun-filled and fun-filled entertainment offers a delightful mix of sweet and sour celebrity experiences, and Mathews is the perfect tour guide. Ross Mathews dishes up a funny, punny and usually sunny collection of sweet and sour celebrity encounters.
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  • Tracy
    January 1, 1970
    I’ve always enjoyed watching Ross either be the guest star on a show or host the red carpet with his funny one liners and bubbly personality, so this book was just what I expected. Fun, gossipy and a quick pop culture read. Each chapter described another celebrity encounter that either went great and I was happy to read the person lived up to Ross’ hype or went way wrong and was funny to see how he handled it. Short, sweet and perfect for a rainy weekend in or a great addition on the beach.
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  • Sarah Kat
    January 1, 1970
    Are you looking for something in-depth, insightful, extremely inspiring? This is *TOTALLY* not your book! ^Hell-OOOO^, IT'S ROSS!! This is a super fun, get-away-from-real-life, poolside book. Grab your cocktails (instructions included), Rossipes (totes included), and get ready for some not mean 'gossip' about celebs. *Cheers*
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  • Tammy
    January 1, 1970
    I didn't like this as much as Man Up! but it was nice to "reconnect" with him since I haven't heard or seen anything he's done since Chelsea Lately or his Josh & Ross podcast. The book seemed short and the stories weren't that juicy. The best part of the book was his The View recollections. Sorry to hear he's not with his main squeeze Salvador anymore.
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  • Rebecca Hardberger
    January 1, 1970
    I love Ross Matthews and I love celebrity gossip so this book was a match made in heaven for me. It was a fun, dishy book that really did make it seem like you were chatting it up with Ross at happy hour (which I'm sure would be a blast). This is the perfect book to read when you just need a "palate cleanser" from more serious books, you are looking for a fast read, or you want something light and fun that you can pick up and put down easily. Plus every chapter comes with recipes!
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  • Debbie
    January 1, 1970
    This book could have been good - i was enjoying it up until you dropped in your political views and ruined it for me. I read for relaxation and enjoyment and I don't care about your politics -
  • Rae
    January 1, 1970
    Highly recommend listening to this if you're interested in it. There is no way your inner reading voice can live up to Ross's incredibly charming narration. He never sounds like he's reading, it really feels like you are listening to a friend tell you his best stories. Gossipy, silly, all in all some excellent fluff if you just need some lighthearted goodness in your life.Recommend to fans of Ross, Drag Race, and celebrity gossip.
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  • Mary
    January 1, 1970
    What a breath of fresh air while the world burns.
  • Dianna
    January 1, 1970
    Light, breezy escapism - wish I could have listened to the audio!
  • Diana
    January 1, 1970
    Good book, Good book! Kiss Kiss!
  • Jodi Polak
    January 1, 1970
    Light, entertaining
  • Lindsey D
    January 1, 1970
    such a fun book...extremely funny!
  • Sarah Elizabeth
    January 1, 1970
    What a delight! This book was funny & tender & so much fun! I love Ross anyways, but thoroughly enjoyed how this book read like we were enjoying happy hour together and he was sharing the latest news about friends. It reminded me of our Monday night sorority dinners in college when we'd be catching up on what happened over everyone's weekends. I promise you, if you enjoy pop culture and a good laugh, you'll enjoy this book.
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