Britney Spears to write tell-all book in $15 million deal, report says

Britney Spears is reportedly publishing a tell-all book in a reportedly $15 million deal.

The dissertation will cover his career, his personal life and his family, page 6 reported Monday (February 9) citing publishing insiders.

According to the publication, Simon & Schuster closed the deal during a bidding war with multiple publishers.

The Independent contacted Simon & Schuster for more information.

The report comes three months after Judge Brenda Penny ended the conservatorship that previously governed Spears’ life and finances for nearly 14 years.

Spears’ sister, Jamie Lynn Spears, has published her own memoir, titled Things I should have saidin January of this year.

Britney Spears shared a message to her sister on Instagram after the book’s release, writing, “The timing of your book was amazing Jamie Lynn…especially knowing the whole world had no idea what really got to me. made !!!! »

Also in January, Britney Spears sparked talk of a possible book deal when she shared a photo of a typewriter on her Instagram account, with the caption: “Should I start with THE BEGINNING???”

Earlier this month, the singer revealed she had been asked to share the story of her conservatorship battle with the US Congress.

“I received this letter months ago…An invitation to share my story…I was immediately flattered and at the time I was nowhere near the stage of recovery I am in now “, Spears wrote on Instagram, adding that she was “grateful that my story has even been RECOGNIZED”.

“Thanks to the letter, I felt heard and like I mattered for the first time in my life!!!” she added.

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