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A Little Bit Wicked by Kristin Chenoweth
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Apr 27, 2010

really liked it
Read in April, 2010

Is Kristin Chenoweth the cutest thing ever? I sort of want to fold her up and put her in my pocket, so I can take her out when I’m sad or bored and she can sing me show tunes to cheer me up. And perhaps she could introduce me to her delicious Pushing Daisies (may it RIP) costar Lee Pace.

Anywho, I enjoyed A Little Bit Wicked a lot. Listening to Chenoweth ramble on about her life on Broadway and in Hollywood was a joy — all of her spunk and personality came through in this book. I think it’s best listened to instead of read — her little voice (which she somehow makes GIGANTIC when she sings) is perfect for telling her own story; plus, she giggles when she finds her own writing funny. Endearing! I also love that she knows who she is — she’s proud to be a Christian in Hollywood, although some of her choices would make Pat Robertson choke (which is another reason to like her). I also enjoyed the little asides from her best friend Denny and Aaron Sorkin — narrated by each. (Chenoweth and Sorkin have dated on and off. Their celebrity couple name might be the best ever: “Chenorkin.”) The whole thing, still, felt a little scattered and I wish I had a timeline. Then again, Chenoweth admits that she can’t even keep her own timeline straight.

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