Sir Elton John (pictured with husband David Furnish) is going to spill the beans about his private life in a long-awaited autobiography
Sir Elton John is going to spill the beans about his private life in a long-awaited autobiography — that is if there are any more beans to spill.
The publisher Macmillan is believed to have paid £6 million in a deal brokered by literary agent Andrew ‘the Jackal’ Wylie, famous for his ability to extract huge advances for celebrity clients.
The book will be ghosted by rock critic Alexis Petridis. ‘It is laugh-out-loud funny, full of anecdotes and things you haven’t heard before about Elton,’ says one source close to the deal.
Let’s hope Sir Elton can recall all the details of his glam rock Seventies heyday. Once the most hedonistic of pop stars, he had a 16-year battle with drinks and drugs.
‘I wouldn’t wash, there would be…