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Britney Spears Tells All in Her Memoir

Britney Spears

In her new candid memoir, The Woman In Me, Britney Spears discusses her experiences with celebrity life, parenthood, and her conservatorship.


Days before its scheduled release, the memoir was already making waves in the entertainment industry. The US megastar, formerly known as the “Princess of Pop,” raced to the top of the 1990s music industry with her combination of striking dance and era-defining music. “The Woman In Me” is the pop princess in her own, candid words, laced with the angst of a family she feels has let her down at every turn in a business that ruthlessly savours its talent.

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The 41-year-old’s phenomenal musical achievement and more than 25 years in showbiz have established her in many people’s minds, despite her several high-profile conflicts regarding mental health difficulties and her conservatorship.

Spears was born and raised in Kentwood, Louisiana, where she started singing and dancing at a young age. Around the time she was 12 years old, the singer received her first significant role in Disney’s The Mickey Mouse Club, where she shared the screen with future stars Ryan Gosling, Justin Timberlake, and Christina Aguilera.

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The Book Cover of Britney Spears’ Memoir. Photo: PEOPLE

The memoir describes how she battled to get away from the influence of her domineering father, from having daiquiris with her mother as a young adolescent — two years after she started appearing regularly on “The Mickey Mouse Club” — to the 13 years she spent as an adult in a conservatorship.

She was prohibited from seeing her two sons for the 13 years without permission. Her driver’s license was seized. She was not allowed to pick her own meals and was not allowed to have tea or coffee. She requested to have an intrauterine device (IUD) for contraception removed, but it was refused.

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The same welcoming friendliness that made Spears a star is used to tell her story in the memoir. Outside of the pivotal moments of the past 15 years, she also tells good stories, whether it’s about her cravings during pregnancy (supposedly food and sex) or about her harrowing experience dancing with a snake at the 2001 MTV Awards.


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