Superstar Britney Spears ends months-long speculation herself by confirming that she is penning down her memoir.

She described her writing journey as “healing and therapeutic.”

The 40-year-old musician opened up about writing her memoir in a now-deleted post on her official Instagram handle.

She stated “I’m writing a book at the moment and it’s actually healing and therapeutic.

“It’s also hard bringing up past events in my life…I’ve never been able to express openly.”

“I can only imagine that I do sound childish but I was extremely young when those events took place … and addressing it now, I’m sure it seems irrelevant to most.

“I’m completely aware of that,” she further said, “but instead of using my heart I’m using the intellectual approach.”

Sam Asghari who is the finance of Britney Spears was among the first people to comment on her post stating that he will buy the first copy of her memoir.

The hit me baby one more time diva has a lot to tell the world. She has a rollercoaster life starting from gaining global fame and recognition as a teenager, the early marriages, public mental breakdown, family fiascos, and the very controversial conservatorship that controlled almost all of her decisions for a huge chunk of 13 years.

The legally endorsed conservatorship began in 2008 because of the immense mental health issues that Spears faced. Her father was named her conservator who controlled her life for the next 13 years straight.

A judge ruled in favor of Britney Spears to end the conservatorship last year in November.

Britney Spears was finally given custody and ownership of her more than $60 million estate and other assets.

The release date of Britney Spears’ book has not been released.

Simon & Schuster won the book deal back in February and gained the publishing rights which are worth more than $15 million.

A close source stated, “The deal is one of the biggest of all time, behind the Obamas.” This sneak-peak revelation of Britney Spears regarding her memoir has got everyone excited. This will be the first time the world would read about the ordeals and instances that spears went through in her own words.