From starting as an intern on The Tonight Show With Jay Leno to being a judge on VH1's RuPaul's Drag RaceRoss Mathews has met tons of celebrities.

Every moment, every encounter, and every story will be in Ross's second book: Name Drop

You are probably thinking that the interviews he does on red carpets provide the all the drama needed to write this book. Well, Ross told Entertainment Weekly that that is far from the truth.

"The stories where I actually get invited into celebrities’ secret lives — their natural habitats, if you will — are the real gold,” he writes in his new book. “Their private tables in restaurants, their magnificent movie trailers, their hilariously humongous houses — that’s where the really good stuff happens," Ross says.

Ross has no plans to hold back on the drama, but you'll have to wait until February 4th, 2020 to read about all the off-camera stories. You can preorder Name Drop now on Amazon!

The cover of Ross' newest book "Name Drop." PC: @helloross
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