AceShowbiz - Britney Spears's memoir might have gotten postponed. Initially alleged to be hitting the shelves in the fall of 2023, the "Hold It Against Me" hitmaker's bombshell autobiography was reported to be pushed back because of legal concerns over her flings with A-listers.
On Saturday, May 6, The Sun reported on the release delay of the 41-year-old's memoir. The outlet quoted a source as saying, "Britney is brutally honest in the book - there are a lot of nervous A-listers. Strongly worded legal letters have been sent to the publishers by people who know Britney and who fear what she has written."
"There's a fair amount of throwing people under the bus, talking about past relationships, some of whom will be revealed for the first time ever," the source went on to share. "Britney lived her life in the public eye but there are relationships and people she had encounters with who she managed to keep under the radar, including some massive film star names and people from the music world. She has wanted to go all out with this book and tell her truth, and that's what has people worried."
About how the pop star wanted her memoir to be viewed, the source added, "Britney wants this to be her moment she talks to the world, to tell her side of the story and set the record straight." The memoir is now said to be expected for release at the end of 2023. Still, the source noted, "There is no movement at the moment and there are concerns over when it will eventually be able to come out."
Britney was previously reported aiming to be "brutally honest" in revealing her life story in her upcoming memoir. In the 13 report by Page Six, the outlet claimed that the "Womanizer" hitmaker would unveil for the first time details of her past relationship with ex-boyfriend Justin Timberlake.
"Britney's book is a story of triumph. It will cover her most vulnerable moments, her childhood - being a little girl with big dreams - her break-up with Justin Timberlake, the moment she shaved her head, and her battle with her family over her conservatorship," a source told Page Six at that time.
"A story of survival, finding her way out of the crippling conservatorship to finding happiness with her husband Sam Asghari," the source further explained. "Britney's book is brutally honest and from the heart. No stone is left unturned. Its truly a female empowerment story - her taking control of her life."