Rosie O'Donnell's new book, "Madonna was My Love Slave" is causing quite a stir even before it hits the bookstores on Tuesday. Already, it has been banned by several big bookstores, which just goes to show how juicy this book must be. This book doesn't plan on disappointing fans of Madonna and critics of O'Donnell.
Not much has been publicly leaked about what is in the book, but the title pretty much says it all. Rosie O'Donnell is convinced that Madonna was a willing sex hostage for about two months in 1992 at O'Donnell's Upper East Side Manhattan loft, even though Madonna flat-out denies that anything ever happened between them.
According to Rosie's account, the two met while filming the movie "A League of Their Own." "I can't give away the details or you won't buy the friggin' book," said O'Donnell, "but suffice it to say, when Madonna and I worked on that movie together, we both felt something, and I felt it was up to me to make the first move, although Madonna can be pretty butch herself sometimes."
Rumors are swirling that O'Donnell's wife, Kelli, is still jealous over the whole affair and to this day can't be in the same room as Madonna without casting aspersions, although she's not really sure what aspersions are.
The book was actually written by O'Donnell when she was between jobs and in need of some cash, but wasn't released until now due to legal wrangling back and forth between O'Donnell's and Madonna's lawyers. It was finally settled that the book could come out but must contain a forward by Madonna which states:
"This whole thing never happened. Rosie is crazy, I tell ya, crazy. Sure, we worked on a movie together but we never, you know, did it. Never. Go ahead, read the book, get your stupid jollies, but when the day is done, at least I know that I never slept with that crazy bitch, ok?"
The book is expected to retail for $34.95 at all bad bookstores, if you know what I mean.