question of the day: Whose tell-all confession would actually be worth hearing?

OMG, have you heard? Rielle Hunter is going on Oprah to reveal all about her affair with John Edwards! What do you think she’ll say? Oh gosh, do you think she’ll — *gasp* — say they totally had sex and stuff?

OMG, have you read the X-rated texts Tiger Woods’ mistress Joslyn James has made public? She totally started her own Web site! Oh wow, Tiger Woods totally texted the word cock!
OMG, can you wait for Michelle “Bombshell” McGee to give us all the details on her illicit romance with Jesse James, aka Mr. Sandra Bullock? She’s already admitted that she was only with him in the hopes of getting famous, so what else will $30,000 get out of her? Do you think she saw his pee-pee?

Okay, I’m gonna go throw up now.

Whose tell-all confession would actually be worth hearing?

Maybe someone could pay George Lucas to explain just what the hell he was thinking setting a Star Wars plot revolving around a trade dispute. Perhaps Oprah or Larry King could kindly ask Kevin Smith was his major malfunction is.

What celebrity disclosure and apology does the world actually, in fact, require?

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Isobel
Isobel
Tue, Apr 06, 2010 11:11am

Nothing. I prefer to know as little as possible about actors (and random celebrities are of no interest to me whatsoever, Paris Hilton, for example, I would be happy never to hear anything of/from again).

I always find if I know too much about an actor it messes with my suspension of disbelief and it can completely ruin things for me. Tom Cruise, for example, I can never take seriously again following the sofa-jumping incident and the various scientology stuff. Even films of his that I’d really enjoyed (like Minority Report) I now end up watching and being distracted by thinking how odd Tom Cruise is rather than enjoying the film.

Ken
Ken
Tue, Apr 06, 2010 11:20am

I’d kinda like a tell-all confession from Dick Cheney.

Lisa
Lisa
Tue, Apr 06, 2010 4:25pm

just to be completely shallow

Angelina’s bodyguard

Tonio Kruger
Tue, Apr 06, 2010 9:29pm

Actually my inner Catholic thinks it’s funny that so many people seem to be into public confessions these days–especially since it can’t help but wonder how many of these confessions are being made by the same people who think that the idea of confessing one’s sins anonymously to a stranger is weird…

Bzero
Wed, Apr 07, 2010 9:17am

heh. I’m reminded of this: http://www.penny-arcade.com/comic/2010/2/26/

Daniel
Daniel
Wed, Apr 07, 2010 12:21pm

God. I mean, God has a lot to answer for, don’t you think?

Fuggle
Fuggle
Wed, Apr 07, 2010 4:25pm

George W. Bush.

Paul
Paul
Wed, Apr 07, 2010 6:06pm

I’m on board with Fuggle and Ken. I want to hear the real deal on how and why politicians make their decisions. We don’t find out the truth about our foreign policy decision making process until it’s way too late, and most Americans, sometimes including myself, end up just shooting our mouths off on insufficient data, leaving us with slogans and sound bites.

Lisa
Lisa
Thu, Apr 08, 2010 4:51am

Laura Bush!

Paul
Paul
Thu, Apr 08, 2010 5:39pm

@Lisa: But first she’d have to get a divorce, or I doubt there’s be anything really juicy in it.