She’s just a girl in love, and she can’t be held responsible for her actions.
Just two years ago Rachel Bloom came into our lives as the bubbly sweet Rebecca Bunch in CW’s Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, who enchanted us with her incredibly real, and often hilariously inappropriate songs and infuriated us with her obsession for one Josh Chan. (Team Greg forever!)
But apart from her role as Rebecca, you might know Bloom from her social media profiles, where she regularly updates on her life, her work, and, of course, politics. One thing is guaranteed, Rachel Bloom will make you laugh.
Now the publishing world had caught wind of the actress/producer/writer/creator/allroundtalent. As Entertainment Weekly reports Bloom will be writing and releasing her first book with Grand Central Publishing, and they describe it as a mix of “hilarious, irreverent, and deeply relatable personal essays, fictional stories, poems, opinions, and more.”
If that sounds too tame for what you’d expect from Bloom, here is her statement regarding the release: “I can’t wait to write this sordid tell-all book in which I plan to put my enemies on blast and, on the flip side, elevate those who are loyal to me to the status of gods among men.”
Now that sounds a lot more like it.
“You will learn about my 15 divorces, multiple lip transplants and all the details of that fateful night I whispered to George R.R. Martin, ‘What if you wrote a thing about royalty and zombies and it was also super cold?’ When this book appears on shelves, only the worthy may read it; the rest who dare lay eyes on even the introduction will instantly melt into the earth. Also, there may be an embarrassing story about my period, LOL :)”
Unfortunately, we will have to be a little more patient, as the yet-to-be-titled book is scheduled for a 2019 release. How will we ever be able to pass the time? Well, you could either rewatch the first two seasons of Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, at least until the third season continues Rebecca’s story.
In addition to that Bloom has recently worked on the comedy feature Most Likely to Murder, also starring Adam Pally and Julia Goldani Telles.
Patience is a virtue, and we are willing to wait, because there’s no doubt Bloom’s book will be one hell of a ride.
Can we pre-order it already?
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