Former couple Britney and Justin Timberlake dated in 2002, and all of their relationship may come out in Britney’s new book ‘The Woman in Me’.
Many are interested to see what details will be shared in the book, including Timberlake who is ‘very curious what she’ll reveal from their relationship.”
Insiders claim that the “Cry Me a River” crooner is apparently on edge of what the “Toxic” singer has to say about the romantic relationship the two shared many years ago. According to one source “It’s eating at him.”
As of late an Us Weekly report claimed that the book was going after Timberlake “hard” but one insider claims that it is “not a takedown.”
An insider told Page Six, “This is Britney finally getting a chance to tell her empowering story, and it’s nothing more than that.”
As many recall, Timberlake and Spears had a high-profile breakup back in the day with Timberlake even sharing with Barbara Walters that he even made a pact with spears. However, the singer did not ‘say specifically why’ the two went their separate ways.
However, when Timberlake was pressed about a rumor that Spears had cheated on him, Timberlake did not try to clear her name.
Spears also did not give a firm answer when pressed on Diane Sawyer what she had done wrong in the relationship during their TV sit-down the following year.
Spears and Timberlake famously released breakup anthems at the time as well, but many wonder if Spears will be giving any details on the split in her new book.
As many recall, Spears and Timberlake eventually moved on. However, a documentary from The New York Times aired in 2021 titled “Framing Britney Spears’ brought up the “Sexy Back” singer’s controversial comments regarding Britney. Timberlake faced a large amount of backlash and was forced to issue an apology to his former girlfriend.
Timberlake stated, “I am deeply sorry for the times in my life where my actions contributed to the problem, where I spoke out of turn, or did not speak up for what was right.”
But Timberlake didn’t stop there. He also went on to address how the past was something he could not take back and would do better.
Justin went on to mention, “I know this apology is a first step and doesn’t absolve the past,” he continued. “I want to take accountability for my own missteps in all of this. … I can do better and I will do better.”