Katy Perry Signs Book Deal, Will Pen Autobiography

Katy Perry Autobiography

Katy Perry has reportedly signed a multi-million dollar book deal with an unnamed publisher.

The singer is set to pen a tell-all autobiography that covers several aspects of her life. Perry’s book is going under the working title Part of Me, which is the same name as her 2012 concert film.

In addition to detailing her rise to fame, the autobiography will also touch on aspects of Katy Perry’s love life. Fans can expect to learn all sorts of intimate details about her troubled relationship with comedian Russell Brand.

“Several publishers have been after Katy for a while. She decided to go ahead so fans don’t have a one-sided story when Russell publishes another ‘Booky Wook,'” one source explained to the Sun.

Perry ex-husband has already written two autobiographies. The comedian wrote My Booky Wook back in 2007. He follow-up this tome with My Booky Wook 2: This Time It’s Personal in 2010. The second autobiography was dedicated to Perry.

Katy Perry will reportedly receive a whopping $3.2 million for her autobiography. It’s currently unclear when fans can expect the tell-all to reach retail shelves.

In addition to dishing on her relationship with Brand, Katy Perry will also touch on her love life with singer and habitual celebrity dater John Mayer.

If you’re looking to own a serious piece of Perry memorabilia, then interested parties can currently purchase the singer’s old house in the Hollywood Hills. She reportedly purchased the house during her marriage to Russell Brand.

Katy Perry Book Deal

Although the home has been on the market for quite some time, Perry is having a bit of difficulty finding someone to take the property off her hands. The current asking price for the home is $8 million. The singer might lower the price in the coming weeks if she doesn’t find a buyer.

Are you a fan of Katy Perry? What do you think about the singer’s $3.2 million dollar book deal and upcoming autobiography?

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