The first look at Britney Spears' highly anticipated memoir, The Woman in Me, is finally here, and she's opening up like never before.
The book, out on October 24, covers the pop sensation's notorious highs and lows, from when she joined The Mickey Mouse Club cast in 1992, to her meteoric rise as a teen megastar in 1999, to her 13-year, headline-making conservatorship at the hands of her family, namely her father Jamie Spears.
Below, take a look at some of the biggest revelations the "Oops… I Did It Again" singer has made so far.
She was once pregnant with Justin Timberlake's baby
Maybe one of the biggest bombshells so far. Ahead of the book's release, People confirmed that for the first time, Britney addresses an abortion she had after she discovered she was pregnant with the *NSYNC alum's baby, when they were both around 19 years old.
In the book, she recalls not wanting to terminate the pregnancy, but: "Justin definitely wasn't happy about the pregnancy. He said we weren't ready to have a baby in our lives, that we were way too young."
Her first kiss with Justin Timberlake
Britney and Justin met when they were 11 and 12 years old and were cast in The Mickey Mouse Club in 1992, alongside fellow child stars Ryan Gosling, Christina Aguilera, Keri Russell, JC Chasez, and Tony Lucca.
"It was honestly a kid's dream," says Britney. "Being in the show was boot camp for the entertainment industry: extensive dance rehearsals, singing lessons, acting classes, time in the recording studio, and school in between."
"[It was] unbelievably fun, particularly for a kid like me," she writes, though notes: "But it was also exceptionally hard work: we would run choreography thirty times in a day, trying to get every step perfect."
Then Justin finally comes into the picture when she writes: "I quickly connected with a boy named Justin Timberlake," before going on to detail a sleepover with the cast and the game of Truth or Dare that led to her and Justin's first kiss.
"Someone dared Justin to kiss me," Britney writes, before revealing: "A Janet Jackson song was playing in the background as he leaned in and kissed me."
Her father Jamie Spears body-shamed her since she was a kid
In another excerpt from the book, Britney writes: "If I thought getting criticized about my body in the press was bad, it hurt even more from my own father," adding: "He repeatedly told me I looked fat and that I was going to have to do something about it."
She continues: "Feeling like you're never good enough is a soul-crushing state of being for a child. He'd drummed that message into me as a girl, and even after I'd accomplished so much, he was continuing to do that to me.
"I became a robot. But not just a robot – a sort of child-robot. I had been so infantilized that I was losing pieces of what made me feel like myself."
On why she shaved her head in 2007
One of Britney's most infamous moments was when in 2007, she abruptly shaved her head, and later had a contentious encounter with the paparazzi.
Recalling the decision to shave her head, she writes: "I'd been eyeballed so much growing up. I'd been looked up and down, had people telling me what they thought of my body, since I was a teenager. Shaving my head and acting out were my ways of pushing back.
Then she adds: "But under the conservatorship I was made to understand that those days were now over. I had to grow my hair out and get back into shape. I had to go to bed early and take whatever medication they told me to take."
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