Keith Lemon - Being Keith - Orion Publishing Group
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    • Publication date:08 Nov 2012

Being Keith

By Keith Lemon

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The long awaited memoir from the strawberry blond-star of Celebrity Juice and all-round lady magnet, Keith Lemon

Since being crowned the Northern Businessman of the Year 1993, Keith Lemon has been going from strength to strength and now is regularly seen sandwiched between two bang tidy lasses on the funniest show on telly, ITV2's CELEBRITY JUICE.

In BEING KEITH, Keith Lemon - international ladies man and national treasure - opens up and shares the juiciest parts of his life from the last five years; from selling Securipoles in America and travelling the world to his first encounter with Holly and Fearne and dirty dancing with Paddy - and all the juicy details in between. Packed with photos and illustrations, this is Keith's story of success told in his own unique style.

You'll never dream of him in the same way again...Ooooosh!

Biographical Notes

Keith Lemon was BUSINESSMAN OF THE YEAR 1993, professional Owen Wilson lookalike (1999 international WISLON CUP winner and 2001 runner up), professional Ginger, and a national treasure starring in such shows as KEITH LEMON'S CELEBRITY JUICE and as an Agony Uncle on THIS MORNING. Above all else, Keith Lemon is a professional lady magnet.


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  • ISBN: 9781409144779
  • Publication date: 08 Nov 2012
  • Page count: 240
This is a ridiculous and a very naughty book, of course! — STAR
A very funny read — HEAT

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Keith Lemon is businessman of the year 1993, professional Owen Wilson lookalike (1999 international wislon cup winner and 2001 runner up), professional Ginger, and a national treasure starring in such shows as Keith Lemon's Celebrity Juice and as an Agony Uncle on This Morning. Above all else, Keith Lemon is a professional lady magnet.Follow him on Twitter at and join Keith on Facebook to see more

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Fronted by the irrepressible Keith Lemon, ITV2's CELEBRITY JUICE is undoubtedly one of the funniest shows on television and now with Celebrity Juice: The Book you can recreate and relive all its irreverent, hilarious, and downright cheeky humour in the comfort of your own front room. Keith, Holly and Fearne will guide you through three rounds of Celebrity Juice from Keith's Scotch Egg Club and The Moob to Be A Dingbat and Shouting One Out. In between the rounds, find out what kind of fan you are with the Celebrity Juice quiz, cringe as you go through the Top 10 Most Embarrassing Moments and puzzle over the Britain's Got Talent Suboku. The book is packed full of games, photos and everything you ever wanted to know (and definitely didn't want to know) about your favourite show, so pour yourself a pint of Celebrity Juice and enjoy!WARNING: Unlike most books, this one will not make you more intelligent. In fact, if you read it from start to finish, you will certainly become less intelligent but you will have more fun than you shake a stick at.

Comedian Continues Association with Orion

Orion Acquire Two More Keith Lemon Titles

Jane Sturrock, Editorial Director Non-Fiction, has bought World Rights for three further books by Keith Lemon. LITTLE KEITH LEMON: Memoirs of Me Childhood is to be published in hardback by Orion in October 2014 and the first of two children’s books, THE BEAVER AND THE ELEPHANT, is to be published by Orion Children’s Books also in October 2014.

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