Books for Anglophiles | ‘Growing Pains’, by Billie Piper
This is an astonishingly candid insight into the world of Billie Piper. Famous since the age of 15 – first as the face of Smash Hits, then as a pop singer with three No.1 hits in less than three years – Billie Piper has won over the critics and the British public for a second time by re-inventing herself as an actress in BBC productions of Much Ado About Nothing, The Canterbury Tales and, of course, Doctor Who.
And that’s just the professional Billie. In this book, for the first time, she talks honestly about her whirwind romance and marriage to Chris Evans, about her battles with anorexia and the dark side of teen fame. Moving, funny and honest, this is a page-turning read by one of the nation’s favourite stars.
Posted on July 5, 2012, in Books, Celebrities, Doctor Who and tagged autobiography, billie piper, books for anglophiles, doctor who, growing pains, rose tyler. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.