It will arrive in bookstores only on October 24, 2023, but the long-awaited “The woman in me” Memoirs of Britney Spears have already made a lot of noise. According to The Sun, Justin Timberlake and Colin Farrell, both were romantically involved with the pop star in the early 2000s, they allegedly disputed parts of the biography, threatening to sue Spears. The pop star who wrote the book is said to have taken an £11 million (just under €13 million) fee by agreeing to review the contested chapters, resulting in a four-month delay in the publication date.
“Lawyers asked to see his book in advance and were adamant that some of the revelations should be removed,” a source told the tabloid. There are many more incredible moments, but Justin and Colin knew what to say about them. As there were discussions about what could or could not be includedpublication was delayed for four months, but now everything has been resolved and Britney’s memoirs are ready for publication.
In addition to detailing his turbulent personal life, The Woman in Me the story of the guardianship of the singer’s father, who for 13 years gave the man complete control over his daughter’s life and finances, will also be told. “The book is brilliant and sincere,” said a second insider, “and gave Britney the opportunity to tell her story, which of course was not easy, but which will be incredibly instructive for her fans.”