The rise of Lesley-Ann Jones

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The rise of Lesley-Ann Jones

From starting out as an intern in radio, to presenting on Channel 4, and surviving the ruthless nature of fleet street, the celebrity journalist Lesley-Ann Jones has pretty much seen it all.

She watched from the wings at Wembley for Live Aid, spent time with Michael Jackson in disguise, and was involved in three of the biggest scandals in the world of show business  all of which have been penned in a new memoir called Tumbling Dice.

Her new memoir takes readers through watching in the wings at Live Aid to spending time with Michael and La Toya Jackson. Here she explains how it all started with David Bowie...

 

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