Britney Spears is "considering doing a tell-all interview with Oprah Winfrey" ahead of the release of her explosive tell-all memoir, according to reports.
The Sun reports that the Baby One More Time singer, 41, had four weeks to decide whether she wanted to sit down to do a TV interview.
TV networks are said to have been clamouring to sign the star for her first TV interview since her controversial conservatorship ended in November, 2021.
Unsurprisingly, Britney is said to have been offered "significant financial sums" to sit down and talk about her life on camera.
Chat show host queen Oprah Winfrey – who famously interviewed Prince Harry and Meghan Markle in 2021 following their departure from the British Royal Family – is reportedly keen to sit down with Britney.
She's said to have reached out to Britney when her conservatorship first ended in 2021, but a source said that Britney declined because she was "still coming to terms with independent life and mentally processing her freedom."
The source said: "The [interview] proposal remains complicated for Britney who continues to face challenges speaking to strangers at length about intimate aspects of her life.
"The trauma didn't go away overnight just because the conservatorship ended.
"Some days can be extremely testing and conversations can trigger her to behave unusually or even erratically."
The insider went on to claim that "putting a TV lens on her could be problematic".
OK! has contacted Britney's representative for comment.
In July, Britney officially confirmed the release date for a tell-all memoir “on her terms” as she shared a short clip to her Twitter feed, which also revealed the cover of the highly anticipated book.
The 15 second clip shows pink text on a grey background as slides reveal: “It’s coming. My story. On my terms. At last. Are you ready?”
The cover of the book is then displayed on the screen alongside the words: “ON SALE 10.24.23”. The cover art of the book is minimalistic and shows a black-and-white picture of a younger Britney posing topless, as she wraps her arms around her chest.
She looks stylish in metallic trousers which stand out against the black background.
Britney is said to have refused to tell her family, including mum Lynne Spears and younger sister Jamie Lynn, any of the content that has been included in her book.
She's famously had a fraught relationship with them over the past decade or so, during which time she was in her conservatorship – which lasted a total of 13 years.
The conservatorship was instated after she suffered a series of public breakdowns, meaning that she was not able to make a final decision in any aspect of her life.
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