Now with more than forty pictures of naked breasts, Howard Stern's Miss America offers remarkable revelations about:
Howard's secret meeting with Michael Jackson!
The Stern family pact with Adolf Hitler!
Howard's never-before-revealed mental illness!
With chapters on Howard's ongoing battle with the FCC and his legendary campaign for governor of the state of New Yor...more
I loved Private Parts, so of course I had to read Miss America. As in Private Parts, Stern devotes an adoring section to Stuttering John, his former lackey who shouted out embarrassing questions at stars. (''What's the best thing about dinner theater?'' John asked Burt Reynolds. ''The dinner or the theater?'') And the tales of Sternheads who make prank calls to rival media outlets are brilliant in their prepubes...more
Anyhow, I have always supported Stern and what he does. I liked it . . . for a time. By the time this book was published, however, I was losing interest. Howard was too full of himself and frankly, there's only so many potty jokes I can lis...more
He really wrote it too soon after the first book. If he wrote a third one there is basically no way it wouldn't be the best thing he's ever done even if he has to gloss over the divorce. Hopefully he does his year of AGT and sets to writing again.
It was funny.
The self-proclaimed "King of All Media" has been dubbed a shock jock for his highly controversial use of scatological, sexual, and racial humor. Stern has said that the show was never about shocking people, but primar...more