"Bachelor" winner Courtney Robertson is writing a tell-all book, and she promises that it will be steamy.
As she tells Celebuzz, "I'm writing a book about my experience… it would be more about clearing the air. Through everything that happened, they tried to dig up my past … I had no voice. I think it can be pretty steamy - I'm not gonna lie. It would be like 100 Shades of Grey!"
This polarizing "Bachelor" alum feels that she was unfairly edited to be a villain. As she explains, "It was a lot to handle. I left from filming The Bachelor and I was engaged and happy and in love. Never in a million years did I think I gave them the material to edit me as the villain. I was shocked that happened. That was really hard."
Courtney is not the only one who has been working on a memoir. Who else has been penning tell-all books lately?
In her new autobiography, "Kate: The Kate Moss Book," the fashion icon talks about how she handled the rumors that she was anorexic and that she was taking heroin. Although she denies these rumors, she's never felt the need to defend herself until now.
As she explains, "If I was anorexic or if I was on heroin, maybe I would have been a bit more 'oh dear!' But I wasn't any of those things that they were painting me to be. It didn't have anything to do with who I was at all, so I never really thought about it. I just thought, the people who know me know the truth,"
This month, the boxer-turned-actor landed a book deal with Blue Rider Press. The memoir, to be titled "Undisputed Truth," will chronicle his boxing career, his stormy relationship with Robin Givens, and rape charge and subsequent jail sentence.
The memoir will be released next year.
The former Governator has been going on a national TMI tour to promote his tell-all book "Total Recall: My Unbelievably True Life Story." The memoir, which chronicles his cheating scandal and his affair with housekeeper Mildred Baena, debuted on October 1 to lackluster sales.
The book sold a mere 21,000 copies in the first week, compared to J.K. Rowling's novel, "A Casual Vacancy," which sold roughly 350,000 copies in six days.
Was Courtney the villain she appeared to be on "Bachelor"? Will her memoir flop like Arnold's? Or will "Bachelor" fans come to her rescue?
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