Britney Spears’ life story can’t be printed due to “paper shortage”

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According to individuals with firsthand information, Britney Spears’ tell-all is now finished, but we’ve learnt there’s a delay in release and it’s all because of THE SUPPLY SHORTAGE!

Britney just finished writing the shady memoir, according to sources close to her, and Simon & Schuster will publish it. According to reports, Britney and company were planning on releasing the album in January, but a paper scarcity has changed their schedule.

Furthermore, according to our sources, there is no definitive release date because it is unclear when the shortfall will be remedied.

In an article published earlier this year, Publishers Weekly identified two key causes of the shortage: the pandemic’s increased book orders and the consequent decline in paper supplies. There’s more: workers at paper mills quit their manufacturing positions, creating a persistent labor shortage.

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As we previously mentioned, Britney received a $15 million advance as part of the tell-all contract she signed back in February. The Obamas, who signed with Penguin Random House for approximately $60M, had the second-largest contract for a memoir.

Britney’s book will undoubtedly contain a wealth of information, ranging from her days as a child star to her ascent to superstardom and the rift with her family during her conservatorship.

According to TMZ, a court in Los Angeles ruled earlier this week that Britney will not be required to take a deposition in her conservatorship battle with her father. Jamie’s lawyers want to appeal the judge’s ruling.

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