Britney Spears’ Book Is Allegedly Delayed Due To Legal Concerns Surrounding What She Might Reveal About Some Hollywood Stars
If you’ve been hunkering down underneath your desk in anticipation of Britney Spears’ upcoming “world-shaking” memoir/autobiography/whatever it’s classified as when someone else writes your life story for you, and you get to take credit for it, you can come out of hiding for a bit! It looks like the book’s release might not happen now until the very end of this year at the earliest because of legal concerns surrounding information two unnamed A-listers don’t want revealed. And as usual, when there’s some shiny new carrion below, Ryan Murphy has reportedly swooped in and hopes to work with Britney to create a tell-all show about her years under conservatorship.
Soon, we’ll be able to stop feeling like trainwreck-watching oglers while consuming Britney Spears’ evisceration of her family on Instagram. Instead, we’ll get to fancy ourselves intellectual bibliophiles while perusing Britney Spears’ evisceration of her family in her upcoming mem-wah. Because Britney (and her ghostwriter) have finally scrounged up enough paper to hold the many tales of her eventful time in the spotlight. According to Page Six, the memoir will be out just in time for the holidays and will “shock the world” and become an instant best-seller.
It feels unnatural to write that new mom Paris Hilton “had thoughts,” but as we know, she maintains that her dumb bimbo label is just an “archetype!” (stereotype). According to Paris’ recently released and brilliantly titled memoir, Paris: The Memoir, in which she admitted to lying about voting FOR Donald Trump, she shared that she didn’t love the very persona she’s leaned in to for her entire time in the public eye being poked fun at when Pink spoofed her sex tape, One Night in Paris, in her Stupid Girls video. And though the sex tape and then Pink’s video happened almost twenty years ago, and Paris just brought it up again and immortalized it in her book, she says she doesn’t hold a grudge.
For his entire tenure in Hollywood, Matthew Perry has mostly been known for two things: being Chandler on Friends and his tempestuous struggles with addiction. But now he says that he’s sober and enough time has passed since he was in active addiction, so he was ready to reflect on the darkness he overcame by writing a memoir. In it, he reveals that his opioid addiction had gotten so dire that what he shared publicly as a gastrointestinal perforation at the time was actually a burst colon due to his excessive use of opioids.
Last summer Prince Harry revealed he was writing his memoirs and had signed a $20 million deal with Random House. This is the announcement that allegedly shooketh uppeth the royal family. At the time, word was the book was supposed to come out in summer 2022, aka now. Then it was set to be released in late 2022, just in time for holiday shoppers. But Harry’s book still isn’t available online for pre-sales. This week, publishing sources told Page Six that the memoir might get delayed until 2023 because the prince “has some truth bombs in his book that he is debating on whether to include or not.” If recent reports are true, one of those bombs could be the identity of the royal who made racist comments about Harry and Meghan Markle’s baby. Spoiler alert: it’s allegedly Duchess Camilla.
Last year, former child star Jennette McCurdy, best known for her role as Sam Puckett in Nickelodeon’s iCarly and Sam & Cat, announced she was done with acting and would be shifting her focus to writing, directing, and podcasting. Since then, 30-year-old Jennette actually wrote something (um, a real writer would procrastinate for years!); a memoir, entitled I’m Glad My Mom Died. That was also the title of her one-woman show, so, like, Jennette’s definitely glad mom Debra McCurdy died of cancer in 2013.
Ahead of her book’s August 9 release, Jennette did an interview with The New York Times and discussed some of her memoir’s more troubling revelations, including the fact that Nickelodeon allegedly offered her $300,000 in hush money to never talk about her experiences with the network. It doesn’t take the child genius brain of iCarly (was she smart? I never watched) to put two and two together… this has gotta be Dan Scheider-related. Continue reading