6 Stars Who Denied Using a Ghostwriter For Their Book, But Actually Did
Have you ever seen a book with your fave celeb’s face on the back cover and wondered how in the world they were able to write a freaking novel with everything else they have going on? From red carpet appearances to call times on set to interviews, it seems like most A-listers don’t even have time to hit the hay, let alone sit down to write a full-length book.
That’s why — news flash! — most of them don’t. In fact, the use of ghostwriters, or people “whose job it is to write material for someone else who is the named author,” is crazy common in Hollywood. Some stars will own up to it like Bella Thorne or even pull a Pamela Anderson by bringing their writers along to signings. But so many others try to keep that info on the DL. (As if we haven’t already guessed!)
But keeping a secret in this day and age is hard, so these celebs in particular got caught red-handed. Still, if we’re being honest, that hasn’t stopped us from reading the stories!