April 22, 2009
LuAnn de Lesseps Most Hated Next to Casey Anthony
Posted in authored by John Gohde tagged Bethenny Frankel, Casey Anthony, Class With the Countess, Countess, Countess Luann de Lesseps, Etiquette, Luann de Lesseps, Manners and Etiquette, Real Housewives, Real Housewives of New York City, Social Life Magazine at 10:11 pm by John Gohde
Is LuAnn de Lesseps the most hated female in America next to Casey Anthony? One could easily get that impression from reading the comments and discussions left on the various Internet bookseller web sites. Is all that public animosity against LuAnn really good for book sales? Apparently, life even for the rich and famous reality television stars has its ups and downs.
Do you remember the wisecrack that LuAnn de Lesseps made about Bethenny Frankel regarding whether her Social Life Magazine cover photo needed retouching on an episode of Real Housewives of New York City? Well, I checked out Amazon.com today. Classy Luann’s book was ranked at #1,086 in books while modest Bethenny’s new Naturally Thin book was off the charts at #24. Does the Countess know how to count, with no pun intended? Does Countess Luann de Lesseps’ public image need a complete make over, if she ever expects to sell a second printing of her book: Class With the Countess? Or, is it just my imagination that LuAnn de Lesseps could not have been more wrong about Bethenny?
Class With The Countess
Luann’s book has been rumored to have been ghostwritten by none other than Diane Reverand. But how could her book have been professionally written and still be attacked for being poorly written with tons of bad grammar and sentence structure errors? Perhaps, I do have a future as a professional ghostwriter?
Further, the public has commented that the book actually has very little to do with class and etiquette. It is more along the lines of an autobiography complete with over the top bragging written with a sense of arrogance befitting of a Countess which others have called “enjoyable anecdotes.” While I have yet been able to locate Class With the Countess in a book store, I did notice that her website had little to do with etiquette.
Probably Luann’s most commented upon faux pas that she had made on the Real Housewives of New York City was when she was chewing her food with “her mouth wide open as she instructed her daughter and friends in table manners.” I guess that the public is of the opinion that manners and etiquette has a lot to do the simple things, like which fork you are supposed to eat with?
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