‘it might make you see her from a different perspective or see other people from a different perspective maybe’While I was working on this book a few of my friends suggested that I might want to mind my Ps and Qs; that I might want to tone down a few of the harsher facts about my past – but I just don’t see the point in that. If you’re gonna tell it, girl, tell it! I am who I am, and if somebody is going to judge me then I’d like them to judge me on the truth. I’d like them to decide whether they like me based on the facts, not on stories they’ve read in gossip magazine’s, or hearsay, or a watered-down version of events. I don’t want to sugercoat my story, and it would be impossible to do so. So here it is in a nutshell: Real and raw. Honest.I love autobiographies! They’re one of my favourite kind of books. I love reading how people’s lives were before they became famous and how their lives are after they become famous and how they cope. If I’m being honest, Tulisa’s autobiography is really sad. Tulisa had such a …read more

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