Britney Spears’ Bombshell Tell-All Book: “It’s a Story of Survival”
The book is expected to detail the 'Toxic' singer's "most vulnerable moments," including her 13 year conservatorship.
It’s (finally) Britney’s book, b*tch. Amongst speculation that her bizarre social media videos are AI and her marriage is a sham, Britney Spears has reportedly finished telling all in a new memoir this fall — hopefully giving fans some of the answers they’ve been looking for.
Sources tell Page Six the “brutally honest” book, which famed celeb profiler Sam Lansky is reportedly ghostwriting, is “a story of survival, finding her way out of the crippling conservatorship to finding happiness with her husband Sam Ashgari.”
The source also shares that the book will detail some of the “Toxic” singer’s most vulnerable moments, which likely means no holds barred regarding her famous family and the 13-year conservatorship that ended in 2021.
“Britney’s book is a story of triumph. It will cover her childhood – being a little girl with big dreams – her breakup with Justin Timberlake, the moment she shaved her head, and her battle with her family over her conservatorship.”
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No stone will be left unturned, reveals the source. “It’s truly a female empowerment story – her taking control of her life.”
“This book is a gift,” shares a second source, “and there are parts of [it] that every person — particularly every woman — can relate to and feel less alone. She transforms joy and pain into something transcendent: art.”
Published reports say insiders at the book’s publishing house, Simon & Schuster, expect it to be an “instant best seller.” Spears confirmed the $15 million deal last April, which is reportedly one of the biggest publishing payouts in history, second only to the Obama’s.
While it doesn’t yet have a title, the pop icon hopes it’ll portray her as a true ‘survivor’ with a happy ending.
“This is an inspiring read, not only because it shows the strength of Britney’s spirit, but because her story is told with such style, wit, intelligence, honesty, and without any self-pity. She is entirely winning in these pages.”