Britney Spears’ Memoirs Gets October Release Date

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Britney Spears He set a date and announced the name of the memoir that will be talked about a lot.

Spears’ book “The Woman In Me” is scheduled for release on October 24 and will be published by Gallery Books, an imprint of Simon & Schuster.

On Tuesday morning, Spears took to social media with a promotional video revealing the black and white cover of her memoir. In the header, Spears highlighted the book’s release date and pre-order link.

The pastel pink text in the video reads “Coming, my story, on my terms… finally.”

On the book’s website, Gallery writes: “In June 2021, the whole world was listening as Britney Spears spoke in open court. The impact of sharing her voice—his truth—was undeniable and changed the course of her and countless others’ lives. “The Woman in Me” reveals for the first time her incredible journey and the inherent strength of one of the greatest performers in pop music history. Written with extraordinary candor and humor, Spears’ groundbreaking book illuminates the enduring power of music and love, and the importance of finally a woman telling her own story in her own terms. ”

Spears landed a major publishing deal to tell it all last february, just a few months after his conservatory ended. A source close to Spears at the time said: Variation The book is said to provide explanations and commentary on the pop star’s rise to fame, his musical career, and his relationship with his family.

When Simon & Schuster acquired the rights to Spears’ book last year bidding war The terms of the deal, which involved multiple publishers, were not disclosed, but someone familiar with Spears said Variation The deal “breaks the record”. Reports at the time said the deal was worth $15 million.

Spears regularly communicates with her fans on social media, but she didn’t tell her full story after she was released from her 13-year-old conservatory that captivated the world.

Spears has been living under a conservatory since 2007 by court order issued by her father, Jamie Spears. Although the singer continued to work, tour, and stay in a Las Vegas residence, the conservatism remained in place, she. Rumors spread among her fans that the pop star was being held at the conservatory against her will, giving birth to the “#FreeBritney” movement she. In the summer of 2021, Spears told a judge that his conservators had forced him to work. Spears later gave public testimony about his conservatory for the first time. “I was shocked. I was traumatized,” Spears said. “I just want my life back.”

Along with her testimony at court dates, the most insight Spears gave her fans about her conservatism was in a courtroom last summer. 22 minute voicemail where he gives his side of the story by making explosive allegations against his family. “They literally killed me,” he said. “They threw me out. That’s how I felt too—I felt like my parents were throwing me away.

Writing a book isn’t the only project in Spears’ final world. After his conservatory ended, he collaborated with Elton John on “Hold Me Closer”, a redesigned duet of his classic “Tiny Dancer”, released in August 2022 and marking his first new music six years later. The song debuted at #1 on the Billboard dance and electronics chart and became Spears’ 14th top 10 single on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, bringing the pop star into rare territory as only the 12th artist to have top 10 hits in four decades. Spears’ last full-length studio album was released with “Glory” in 2016.

Spears is one of the best-selling artists of all time. Debuting with “The Mickey Mouse Club” as a young girl, the artist became one of the most successful superstars in music history with “Baby One More Time”, which was first released in 1998 and then turned 16. The former Spears has become an international pop icon. Having lived most of her life in the public eye, Spears will have a lot to say about her highly documented life, long before she became a conservator.

Spears said in a voicemail she shared last year that she had received many high-profile interview offers like Oprah and others, but decided it was best to share her story herself. “I’ve had tons of opportunities… but I’m here to open myself up to others and shine a light on them.”

Now, in his memories, he will hold all the light in his own words.

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