Dancing to the Music in My Head
Memoirs of the People's Idol
On Sale: January 20, 2009
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One of the most popular contestants ever to appear on
American Idol gives his fans an all-access pass to the
wildly popular television show -- and opens up about how
becoming an Idol star changed his life forever
Sanjaya Malakar didn't need to win American Idol to take
America by storm. He was just seventeen when his unique
style, soft-spoken demeanor, and memorable song selections
on the record-breaking show's sixth season captured hearts
across the country.
In his candid new book, Sanjaya opens up about what it feels
like to go from obscurity as a high school student near
Seattle to worldwide fame as a top ten finalist on one of
the most popular television shows in American history. For
the first time, the "People's Idol" talks about life before
Randy, Simon, Paula and "Sanjayamania," and offers his
devoted "Fanjayas" an intimate behind-the-scenes look at the
blockbuster show. From going to Hollywood with his beloved
sister, Shyamali, to becoming the most highly anticipated
performer of season six, to facing the unforgiving chopping
block, Sanjaya tells his fans everything they want to know.
Finally, he shares how his life has changed since he left
Idol, and where his music -- and unforgettable persona --
will take him next.
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