Everyone who has read Russell Brand’s My Booky Wook autobiographies knows that he holds nothing back: addiction, love, mishaps, public embarrassment, jokes — they’re all there in painstaking detail.
In a live interview to promote Comic Relief with British fan site Heatworld, Brand cheekily revealed that he will likely give us the dirt on his relationship and marriage to Katy Perry in future volumes of his work.
“Yeah, I will write more Booky Wooks. I love writing those Booky Wooks and there’s a lot of things that have happened, a lot to cover…You can’t write a book about your life and then not include things about your life.”
Fair enough. Brand has been nothing but complimentary to Perry since their divorce and to expect anything less would be folly. With that in mind, here are five things we sincerely hope Russell Brand reveals when he does get down to writing about his marriage to Katy Perry.
1. What was his punishment for posting that early morning candid of her on Twitter?
It was the TwitPic heard round the world: Katy Perry with no make-up. This is the kind of thing that would tick off any wife, but when you’re a pop star the stakes are higher. So, how long was he sleeping on the couch after that Twitter foul? Better yet, exactly what profane names did she call him?
2. What did she say the first time he made her listen to the Smiths?
It’s no big secret that Brand introduced Perry to the Smiths. Her love grew so deep that the two reportedly even wanted the Smiths to play their wedding. Specifically, which song finally made her a fan?
3. The dangerous side effects of monogamy.
Also no big secret: Brand is kind of a word that starts with s and ends with lut. His first two Booky Wooks detailed it. No stone; famous, not famous and infamous (Kate Moss), was left unturned. How did the famously sexually active comedian manage being monogamous — especially with a wife who went on a lot of world tours?
4. Who’s your daddy?
They say someone is the alpha in every relationship. Katy hit on him first, he revealed in Booky Wook 2. And then the information went dark. We hope Brand doesn’t gloss over the portrayal so much that we aren’t able to deduce who really wore the pants in their relationship.
5. Details on meeting the parents.
They’re born again Christians. He’s a former drug and alcoholic addict. She’s a world famous pop star. If that’s not the premise of a sitcom…it’s at least the culture clash that could make for some great reading.