Yup, it’s going to be all Cyndi, all the time. Britain’s NME reports that Lauper’s memoir is said to span the star's whole life, from her childhood through to finding fame in the 1980s with her hit singles “Girls Just Want to Have Fun” and “Time After Time” as well as documenting the "ups and downs" of her career and private life.
Speaking about the book in a statement – via AP - Lauper said: "Sometimes I come off good, sometimes not so good." Oddball trivia: did you know Lauper’s last studio recording, 2010’s Memphis Blues, went on to become Billboard's biggest selling blues album of 2010? True dat though one hopes the revelations she makes in her book are a tad… shall we say juicier than that?
Lauper doesn’t really seem like someone who courts much controversy. On the contrary, her gay rights activism has established her as among contemporary music’s kindest and most honourable players, so it’s hard to know where the fuel for this book will come from, unless there are skeletons in the closet isn’t there always??)
Should be cool.
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