Britney Spears Mom said about letting her daughters Britney and Jamie Lynn pursue their dreams of stardom.
“I think you have to let them follow their dreams. I think it would be worse in the end if you didn-t,” Spears, 53, told People magazine in an interview marking the publication next week of her much-anticipated memoir.
The memoir “Through the Storm: A Real Story of Fame and Family in a Tabloid World,” is published by Thomas Nelson, a Christian publisher of bibles and inspirational books.
Originally planned for a May release, the book was postponed in January shortly after Jamie Lynn Spears, then 16, announced on the pages of a celebrity magazine that she was pregnant.
Lynne Spears said Jamie Lynn-s pregnancy was “probably the hardest time of my life.” The former star of the Nickelodeon teen TV hit “Zoey 101” gave birth in June to a girl and is now raising the baby with her boyfriend in their Mississippi home.
The book chronicles Spears- family during the phenomenal rise of Britney Spears on the international pop scene in the late 199Os and her highly publicized meltdown.
“Every mother makes mistakes,” Lynne Spears writes, “and I-m no different.”
Lynne Spears, who has been criticized in the media for her parenting skills, told People she “wanted the truth out in her own words for myself and my family.”
The memoir hits stores a week after a glamorous Britney Spears collected three statuettes at the MTV Video Music Awards after two years in which her trips to court, to rehab and to hospitals overshadowed her career.
In the past nine months, her father has taken over management of her affairs, she has settled a bruising divorce and child custody battle and is working on her sixth album, which will be released in 2009.
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