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Just read it in the bookstore if you can find it for the parts you care about (lets be honest here) and save your money for better autobiographies by people who are actually making it in the industry with their talent than ending up writing for Buzznet (that site still exist?) with constant need to bring up their ex every time anyone forgot who she is.Basically a kiss-and-tell with lots of heapings of woo-is-me attitude.Reads Where do I even begin with this piece of mess?She struggles and overcomes incredible odds to be invited into the world’s premier dance company, The Radio City Rockettes.All of her dreams come true just as she falls madly in love for the first time with her complete opposite: a long-haired, whisky-drinking, rockstar.Throughout Rockettes, Rockstars and Rockbottom, we watch Keltie move to New York City and follow her dreams.
It's hard not to admire someone who took a two-day bus ride from Canada to New York City with 0, no job, and no place to stay and has become a successful dancer and choreographer. I liked I read this book in a few short hours, and I absolutely loved it.Charminglyawkward, her resiliency, determination and love of life are truly something to aspire to.It’s the one story we want to hear again and again, a love story with a happy ending. Firstly I have to applaud her for knowing the main reason anyone bother picking up her so-called autobiography, what with it basically a how-to guide on writing over 10 chapters on the only thing people bought this book for (here's a hint: it's about a boy) while painting themselves as self-sacrifical heroines by overexaggerating on their self importance and 'heroic deeds'.I read this book in a few short hours, and I absolutely loved it.Keltie displays remarkable strength and passion in her life, whether she's overcoming heartbreak, rejection at an audition, or personal tragedy.