Red Carpet Diaries: Confessions of a Glamour Boy With a prose style as irrepressible as his kooky TV persona, People style editor and "Today" regular Steven Cojocaru charms even when serving up the… Red Carpet Diaries: Confessions of a Glamour Boy With a prose style as irrepressible as his kooky TV persona, People style editor and "Today" regular Steven Cojocaru charms even when serving up the… 2003-03-04 Fiction Nonfiction Ballantine
Book Review

Red Carpet Diaries: Confessions of a Glamour Boy (2003)

Red Carpet Diaries: Confessions of a Glamour Boy | CALLED ON THE 'CARPET' Cojocaru dishes on Hollywood in his charming memoir
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CALLED ON THE 'CARPET' Cojocaru dishes on Hollywood in his charming memoir
EW's GRADE
A-

Details Release Date: Mar 04, 2003; Writer: Steven Cojocaru; Genres: Fiction, Nonfiction; Publisher: Ballantine

With a prose style as irrepressible as his kooky TV persona, People style editor and ''Today'' regular Steven Cojocaru charms even when serving up the cattiest Tinseltown tidbits in Red Carpet Diaries: Confessions of a Glamour Boy. For the former misfit (his mom -- quelle surprise! -- used to dress him in velvet suits) who became a red-carpet schmoozer extraordinaire, nothing is sacred...well, almost nothing. Some of the juiciest gossip from advance copies was cut from the finished book (e.g., the A-lister with the worst lip job in Hollywood goes unnamed). But Cojocaru's claws aren't completely clipped. On Calista Flockhart: ''No one looks more pained to be on the red carpet...Ally McBrat.'' Meow.

Originally posted Mar 19, 2003 Published in issue #701 Mar 21, 2003 Order article reprints