Check Out These Stars New Books | Celebrity Page

Looking for a great summer read? This week some of our favorite athletes, musicians, actors and game show hosts are releasing brand new books...

Memoirs and Misinformation by Jim Carrey

This new memoir from comedian Jim Carrey is much like Jim himself, part real, part made up. Memoirs and Misinformation is out now.

The Answer Is... by Alex Trebek

Jeopardy! host Alex Trebek has also just released a new memoir. The Answer Is...Reflections On My Life, takes us inside Trebek's personal life including his ongoing battle with pancreatic cancer.

There's even an audio version read by Alex and Jeopardy! great, Ken Jennings. Both are available now.

Geese Are Never Swans by Kobe Bryant

Also just released is one of the last projects from the late Kobe Bryant. It's the book: Geese Are Never Swans.

It's the latest in a Young Adult series Kobe created to encourage young people never to give up on their dreams and to encourage good mental health.

Liberty: Life, Billy and the Pursuit of Happiness by Liberty DeVitto

And for something completely different there's a new tell-all biography from the man who played drums behind Billy Joel for 30 years.

Liberty DeVitto sharing about the highs and lows of his career and his very public split with Billy (see our new Celebrity Page interview at the top of this post).

It appears the two have, at least somewhat, reconciled since Billy wrote the foreword for the new book.

Liberty: Life, Billy and the Pursuit of Happiness is out now.

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Paris Hilton's six-episode Netflix series "Cooking With Paris" has been canceled after the first season. The show premiered in August of 2021 and reached Netflix's Top 10 rankings.


The Grammys official poster/image promo

Image Via @recordingacademy Instagram Page

This year's 64th annual Grammy Awards have been rescheduled to Sunday, April 3rd.

Sidney Poitier in In the Heat of the Night

Sidney Poitier's cause of death has been determined as heart failure.

The legendary actor passed away on Jan. 6 from a combination of heart failure, prostate cancer, and Alzheimer's dementia, according to a death certificate obtained by E! News. He was 94 years old.