New Episodes of ‘E! True Hollywood Story’ and New E! Entertainment Specials Premiere This Holiday Season
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New Episodes of “E! True Hollywood Story” and New E! Entertainment Specials Premiere This Holiday Season on E!
‘Tis The Season.For Celebrities!
New E! True Hollywood Stories and E! Entertainment Specials Featuring Adam Lambert, Taylor Swift, Katy Perry, Sarah Duchess of York and Gwyneth Paltrow Premiere Throughout The Holiday Season
November 21st – E! True Hollywood Story: Adam Lambert
Pop-glam superstar Adam Lambert shares his unique Hollywood story exclusively with E!. Adam’s parents, brother and closest friends – plus American Idol judge Randy Jackson -all reveal their personal experiences with the musical prodigy in this one hour THS.
“I lost my virginity at 21 years old.and it was to a man, not a woman.uh, and it wasn’t very good. Sometimes it takes a little while to learn how to do that correctly.”- Adam Lambert
“He was probably one of the more evil infants. He cried a lot!”- Eber Lambert, Father
“Still, to a lot of people, Adam Lambert not winning ‘Idol’ – they still can’t believe it was even possible.”- American Idol Judge, Randy Jackson
“It’s kind of weird that he is now a sex symbol.” – Neil Lambert, Brother
December 1st- E! Entertainment Special: Taylor Swift
Country superstar Taylor Swift explains to E! her incredible rise to fame with help from Tim McGraw, Brad Paisley, Julianne Hough, her mother; Andrea and Scott Borchetta, the CEO of Big Machine Records.
“We would show up at red carpets that we were not invited to and I would front the line saying ‘You’re going to want to talk to her.’ I probably even went to E! and said , ‘Just take notes. Put it in the vault.'” – Scott Borchetta, CEO Big Machine Records
“If you’re going to do Taylor Swift wrong as a boy you will wind up in a song, and that has happened on more than one occasion.” – Troy Tomlinson, CEO, Sony/ATV
“My first impression was, you know, you wanna go kick his ass.” – Tim McGraw on Kanye West at the VMA’s
“I look back to that day and think ‘really?’ and sort of get emotional every time I think about it. I have that Grammy sitting on my piano and I just make little comments to it like, ‘I’m so glad that you live with me.'” – Taylor Swift on her Grammy win
December 21st – E! True Hollywood Story: Sarah, Duchess of York
The life of one of Britain’s most controversial ex-royals is chronicled in exclusive interviews with Allan Starkie, her former financial advisor, friend Mark Fuller and Ingrid Seward, Editor of Majesty Magazine.
“I think Sarah was embraced by virtually everyone, initially. I mean, the Queen adored her even though in their very first meeting, Sarah tripped on one of the Corgis and kicked it across the room.” – Allan Starkie, Former Financial Advisor
“And then you wake up in the morning to find you can’t go to the shops and you can’t phone your friends. And you can’t be seen smoking cigarettes. And you certainly can’t go and get drunk with the girls at the wine bar.” – Mark Fuller, Acquaintance, talking about Sarah’s life as a royal
“The media honeymoon was over, then she started be criticized. She was too fat, her dress sense was appalling, all of which was true. But it was very, very hurtful to be pilloried in public.” – Ingrid Seward, Editor of Majesty Magazine
“John [Bryan] was caressing one of her toes. He became known thereafter as a toe sucker. He confided in me a number of times that he was actually licking the instep and the upward thrust of his tongue at one point did perhaps touch her big toes. But hardly, hardly pure toe sucking in the real sense of the word” – Allan Starkie, Former Financial Advisor
“And then [after her divorce from Prince Andrew] BANG! The only reason you’re being let in is because you got two daughters. Can you imagine going on a holiday with your daughters and they’re going in the royal plane and you’ve got to get Easyjet? It’s embarrassing as a mother and it must have been awful for the girls as well.” – Mark Fuller, Acquaintance
December 22nd- E! True Hollywood Story: Gwyneth Paltrow
A-List actress Gwyneth Paltrow is profiled in this episode which features interviews with mother Blythe Danner and Harvey Weinstein, Co-Chairman of The Weinstein Company.
“When she was going with Brad there was a lot more focus on them as a celebrity couple. I think it certainly made her wary of the negative side of celebrity.” – Blythe Danner, mother
“Gwyneth’s range is amazing. So she can do it all. So there is no part she can’t play.” – Harvey Weinstein, Co-Chairman, The Weinstein Company
December 29th- E! Entertainment Special: Katy Perry
Newlywed Katy Perry recounts her remarkable story of trials and triumphs with the help of her brother, sister and close friends and colleagues.
“I just want them to know my story coming from me. It’s funny, you see bits and pieces of yourself out there and you’re like ‘Hmm.if I was the editor I would change this a little bit or I would add that or what they really should have said was this.’ So it’s nice to be able to hear the full real story from me, that’s completely from my perspective.” – Katy Perry
“I would have a lot of baked potatoes. Baked beans, Kraft singles – love those. A lot of Taco Bell. Oh man if it wasn’t for like ,you know, Taco Bell, which you could order like 11 things for $5. Um, so, yeah it wasn’t necessarily the healthiest diet at those times.” – Katy Perry on her early days as a struggling musician
“They didn’t want us calling deviled eggs deviled eggs. We’d call them angel eggs, and we didn’t really own a dirt devil and it even got deeper than that.” – Katy Perry on her Christian parents
“I remember she had just gotten dropped [by the music label] and she came over to my house I remember her just sitting on my bedroom floor crying and there was a moment when I thought I don’t know if Katy’s gonna make it. She was just heartbroken.” – Friend, Bonnie McKee upon learning Katy was dropped from her second label
“After my mother watched the “I Kissed A Girl” video she went into the next room and prayed for probably 2 or 3 hours just because she was like ‘I can’t believe that happened.’ -David Hudson, Brother
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