The singer says she had „a lot of therapy” to write the book, which will cover her fight to end her father’s legal control over her life and finances.
Wed 12 Jul 2023 09:21, UK
Britney Spears’ tell-all memoir, The Woman In Me, will be released in October.
The pop star He announced the upcoming book on Tuesday: „It’s coming, my story, on my terms, finally.”
„I gave up my ass for this book, I had a lot of therapy to finish this book, so you’re going to love it,” she said in a video on Instagram.
The book will be published on October 24 by Gallery Books, an imprint of Simon & Schuster.
According to the publisher, the book is a „brave and astonishingly moving story of freedom, fame, motherhood, survival, faith and hope”, which will also cover the singer’s battle to end her protection.
The A controversial legal provision She managed Spears’ career for over 13 years, allowing her father, Jamie, to control Spears’ independence and finances.
In her memoir, Spears explores „the power of music and love” about speaking in court and the impact „sharing her voice — her truth” had on her and „countless others.”
In June last year, she Married to longtime partner Sam Askari Madonna and Drew Barrymore were among the guests at the star-studded ceremony at her home in Los Angeles.
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Jennifer Bergstrom of Gallery Books said: „Britney’s compelling testimony in open court shook the world, changed laws, and showed her inspiring strength and courage.
“I have no doubt that his memoir will have a similar impact – and will be the launch event of the year.
„We couldn’t be more proud to finally help share her story.”
Page Six reported that the deal with Simon & Schuster was said to be worth $15m (£11m), making it one of the biggest book deals of all time.
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