In this interview with CBC Radio's arts and culture show Q, Brooke Shields talks about her new memoir, There Was a Little Girl.
From the Q website:
Shields' career began when she was just an infant in an Ivory Soap commercial. By age 16, she was one of the biggest stars in the world. Her career was managed by her mother, Teri Shields, a woman often portrayed in the media as a controlling stage mom who pushed her daughter into sexually provocative roles at a young age.
Hear the 20-minute interview here.