Confessions of a Karaoke Queen - Ella Kingsley Reviews
Description:ISBN 0751545945 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Ella Kingsley / 400 Pages / Publisher: Sphere / Released: 08.12.2011
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Pages: 400, Paperback, Sphere
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Maddie Mulhern is suddenly in charge. Her parents - former 80s pop duo Pineapple Mist - have left for the summer on a nostalgia tour, entrusting her to manage their struggling karaoke bar, Sing It Back. Panicking over the dodgy finances, Maddie takes a gamble: she signs up for a fly-on-the-wall reality TV series. With her faithful staff (divalicious drag queen Ruby, shy barman Simon and wannabe actress Jasmine) she'll transform the bar into a huge success. Simple. Right? Executive Producer Evan Bergman knows that scandal sells. It's no coincidence that he hires cool, attractive Nick Craven as director. Evan wants drama on screen - and he'll do anything to get it. As the . Read the complete review
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