'I don't go on red carpets. If a photographer ever shouted out, "Who are you wearing?" I'd be like, 'Me mam's top, me mate Sarah's jeans and some shoes from the TopShop sale.'"
Meet Scarlett. You might recognise her as one of the funniest women on television from her appearances on the hit Channel Four show Gogglebox.
Now, in Scarlett Says, Scarlett Moffat turns her attention to life, the universe and everything in an audiobook that will be utterly unlike any other celebrity autobiography you hear.
Find out why thigh gaps can get stuffed, why Tinder photos won't make good stories for the grandkids, why tooth fairies are creepy little bastards and much, much more, all in the hilarious, down-to-earth voice that we've come to know and love. You'll never look at things in the same way again.
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By TT on 04-05-16
Funny but mixed messages
If this book wasn’t for you, who do you think might enjoy it more?
Scarlett Says is a funny book at times, being around the same age as her I can relate to a lot of what she says.
What was most disappointing about Scarlett Moffatt’s story?
There are so many mixed messages. Scarlett says that women should 'be themselves' and not care what others think but then shares her own thoughts on needing to spend hours getting ready. Some of her views you will disagree with and the way the book is written isn't very professional compared to other titles I have enjoyed on Audible. The book lacks polish in my opinion, it reads as you are listening to someone read out their Facebook page.
What about Scarlett Moffatt’s performance did you like?
Scarlett's vocal performance is nice to listen to, especially expressions used to act out scenes.
You didn’t love this book--but did it have any redeeming qualities?
I wouldn't recommend this book. Her opinion is shared as fact and I disagreed with a lot of them.
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By Lindsay on 31-01-17
A bit cringey
The fact that this starts with Scarlett telling you that she hasn't got a Fitness DVD and won't lose weight for anyone makes me sad... because she has done exactly that and is already starting to change from the down-to-earth girl I thought she was.
I returned this as I found it all a bit contradictory to how she is today and also a bit 'ranty' like she thinks she's better than certain people, I know she doesn't mean to but it can come across a bit like she feels she has the highest morals and that literally what "Scarlett Says" goes.
Don't buy this if you're over 25...
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