She made our way into our living rooms, and hearts, on Channel 4’s Gogglebox, and now Scarlett Moffatt has bagged a place on the Sunday Times bestseller list with her debut, Scarlett Says.
The book is currently number five on the list, which is comprised of the bestselling books in Britain. It gives her take on everything from politics to dating to red carpet moments. Scarlett, who is from Bishop Auckland, also shares hilarious stories from her childhood. Comedian Alan Carr described it as “absolutely brilliant and really funny. Half autobiography, half mad woman on a roundabout shouting at the traffic.”
She tweeted her delight at the news this morning:
One person who will no doubt be cutting himself a little slither of humble pie will be The Sun columnist Kelvin MacKenzie. He criticised Scarlett’s weight in a recent column and said she should not be a role model for young girls.
A successful television and radio career, millions of fans and, most importantly, an enormous heart. Oh and now a bestselling book. She’s certainly a role model to us!
Take that Kelvin Mckenzie! You pr**k.
Scarlett Says is out now and available in all good book shops and online retailers. It is also available as an audio book.