Quick and dirty celebrity memoir review:
- If you like Ross Mathews, read this book.
- If you really like Ross Mathews, listen to this book.
- If you do not like Ross Mathews, why are you even looking at this book?
And now, my thoughts:
I adore Ross Mathews, although I just this second realized I’ve been spelling his last name wrong. I’m a fan of Chelsea Lately and always love when he’s on the round table. This is where I first “met” him, if you will. I knew he was on the Tonight Show, but I didn’t know anything about him until I saw him on Chelsea, perfectly dressed, complete with pocket square.
I was super excited to find out he was writing a book, and my fingers were crossed that he’d do an audio version. He had to do an audio version! It’s Ross Mathews! Part of the reason why I love him is because of his voice! Even when he’s being snarky, he sounds so sweet and innocent. There’s nothing like a cheery voice delivering a well deserved disappointed pun at a celebrity who has let him down.
The planet had to have known the second he emerged into the world that he was far too fabulous to stay in Washington and be kept from us. It’s possible this happened at this moment of his conception. His stories about growing up in spinach land and crafting swears to make his father proud clearly point to where he would later end up. This was a boy who was happy screaming obscenities at a lake to make fish appear (it totally works) and then pick out just the right outfit to wear for an elementary school rap performance. (Spoiler: the rap results in heartbreak.)