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Britney Spears’ Memoir ‘The Woman In Me’ Releases And Receives A Positive Response from Fans

Britney Spears' much-awaited memoir, titled 'The Woman in Me,' was launched on Tuesday.

Britney Spears’ Memoir ‘The Woman In Me’ Releases And Receives A Positive Response from Fans

Britney Spears’ highly anticipated memoir ‘The Woman in Me’  was released on Tuesday. 

The pop icon’s complex life story has resonated with fans worldwide. Personal and intricate details about her life were revealed to the world through her autobiography. 

One fan Lucy has defined her memoir as an “honest read.” 

The memoir reveals that many aspects of the pop singer’s life were controlled by others. Her freedom was restricted owing to her stardom at a young age. She couldn't even eat what she wanted.

“I get to eat chocolate again”, she writes in her memoir. 

The controversial conservatorship took a toll on her mental health and she’s still experiencing the after-effects. She was stripped of some of the basic human rights. 

The singer was not allowed to have tea or coffee and could neither have a bath alone. 

Early chapters of the book tell us how people underestimated her. 

She was behind the high school theme of the superhit song ‘Baby One More Time’. The theme was one of the crucial factors for the super success of the song however no one was willing to give her credit. 

“No-one could seem to think of me as both sexy and capable,” she writes. “If I was hot, I couldn't possibly be talented.”

She also claims that Justin Timberlake was the father of her unborn child. She unfortunately had to abort the baby as he was not prepared to take on the role of a parent. 

Justin for his part has not responded to these claims and has maintained a dignified silence.  

The  book also talks about her infamous meltdown in 2007 when she shaved her head bald. Her stress levels were at its peak! The passing away of her aunt, her postpartum depression and heavy media scrutiny were some of the reasons for the meltdown. As an act of rebellion, she entered a salon and shaved her head bald. 

The autobiography also gives us a peek about the challenges Britney faced as a female artist in the competitive music industry. 

Several pages in the book have been acknowledged by fans as being tragic. The pop artist has received praise for being her authentic self after years of emotional struggle. 

“It's time for me not to be someone who other people want,” she writes. 

“It's time to actually find myself.”