Inside Melania: What I Learned About Melania Trump By Impersonating Her (Paperback)

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Was Melania Trump only a model? What is she thinking when she stares lifelessly at her husband? Does she regret her decision to become a trophy piece for a misogynistic buffoon? These are just some of the questions that are not definitely answered in this collection of humorous essays.

After three years impersonating Melania Trump, actor and comedian Lauren LoGiudice is telling you everything she overheard while living in her skin. Like a regular sleuth LoGiudice gathered together all of the “actor hunches” that Melania’s spirit whispered in her ear throughout their time together and typed them up for you to enjoy. She lifts the veil of mystery around the First Lady and goes right for the jewel-encrusted jugular.

In Inside Melania you’ll laugh through the scary-but-real to the absurd as “Melania” fills in the blanks of her mysterious past with diary entries and newspaper articles, reimagines Grimm Fairy Tales and A Christmas Carole as allegories for her present position, unveils the subtexts of her Tweets and the secret non-meanings of her outfits, and, most importantly, reveals her secret rap fetish and Andrew Dice Clay impression. If you’re frustrated by the current political climate and need a laugh than this will be your welcome reprieve.

About the Author

Lauren LoGiudice creates comedy through deeply flawed and painfully idiosyncratic characters. She has embodied some of the world’s most mysterious cultural icons, including Greta Garbo, Melania Trump, Mary Poppins, and all of the women in her Italian-American family. Her work has been featured by The New York Times, BBC, Bust Magazine, McSweeney’s Internet Tendency, Hyperallergic, La Voce di New York, among others. Her writing has been called “criminal.”
Product Details
ISBN: 9781734500226
Publisher: Eckhartz Press
Publication Date: June 14th, 2020