Selena Gomez Writing Tell-All Memoir?
Selena Gomez is writing a tell-all memoir? A tabloid report says the star wants to release a “scathing book.” Gossip Cop looked into the allegations.
“Watch Out, Hollywood! Selena Tells All,” blares a headline in the new issue of In Touch, which says, “Fed up with her A-list pals, Selena Gomez is ready to expose their secrets in a scathing book.” It’s alleged she was moved to take action after a supposed falling-out with best friend Taylor Swift, who is said to be upset Gomez is “back in touch” with Justin Bieber.
A so-called “friend” is quoted as saying, “Taylor was livid and wrote a letter to Selena telling her their friendship is over. When Selena first read the letter, she was a mess over it. But she went from sad to angry very fast.” In fact, the magazine claims Gomez is now “out for blood” and “working on a tell-all book that will expose the secrets of her former A-list friends.”
“She feels like everyone wants to control her. So she’s writing this book to be honest about what she’s gone through and to get back at the people who have hurt her,” claims the supposed pal. “Selena knows all she has to do is pick up the phone and she’ll have a major book deal in 10 seconds flat. She’s made it clear that no one in Hollywood is safe.”
And in addition to Swift, “targets” supposedly include Demi Lovato, Miley Cyrus, Kylie and Kendall Jenner, and Nick Jonas. “Selena knows so many secrets, and if they are exposed, it could ruin people,” alleges the outlet’s snitch, who further notes, “Everyone is telling her that publishing this could be career suicide… but she’s not listening. Selena thinks it’s time to tell the truth.”
It’s a shame In Touch doesn’t tell the truth. Last week, it was claimed Bieber and Gomez were getting married, and yet that’s not even mentioned in this story. This piece isn’t even all that original. Sister outlet Life & Style previously said Gomez was writing a tell-all book last year.
Gossip Cop correctly busted that work of fiction at the time, and now we can reveal this new memoir tale is untrue, too. It’s “made up,” one contact exclusively tells us, further calling the story “laughable.”