10 Of The Best 2023 Celeb Memoirs To Cosy Up With This Winter
It's curl up with a book season!
2023 truly is the year of the celebrity memoir.
Everyone really had something to say!
And if you’re struggling to keep up with all the releases, worry not because we have picked the 10 best celeb memoirs that you really cannot miss.
The Woman in Me – Britney Spears
Yes, it’s the book that is on everyone’s lips.
And for good reason. Britney shares her side of the stories that we saw in the tabloids for years.
Now that she is free from her conservatorship, Britney is telling her story. And we’re obsessed!
Paris: The Memoir – Paris Hilton
Paris Hilton got a reputation for being a bit of an airhead.
But one glimpse at her memoir will prove that it truly isn’t the case. She shares how she spent her teen years spent in boarding schools that were supposed to be a safe haven for troubled youths.
It delves into even more of the truths that were scratched upon in her 2020 documentary.
Love, Pamela – Pamela Anderson
Pamela Anderson is another woman who the tabloids have barraged.
And in her 2023 memoir, she tells what happened in her life away from the flashing light of paparazzi. It’s a brilliant response to the Disney+ series, Pam and Tommy.
It tracks from her childhood to her life now.
Worthy – Jada Pinkett Smith
Jada Pinkett Smith is known to shock with her interviews and her book is no different.
She discusses her relationship with late rapper Tupac and her “brutiful” marriage to Will Smith (that’s brutal and beautiful mixed together by the way.)
This book is certainly full of bombshells, read her memoir and then Will’s to get both sides of the story.
Pageboy – Elliot Page
Elliot Page rose to fame in films like Juno and is currently starring alongside our very own, Robert Sheehan in The Umbrella Academy.
In the book, he discusses his childhood, coming out originally as gay and then later as transgender under the spotlight of being a celebrity.
He brings us behind the curtain of Hollywood, sharing the realities of LalaLand.
Spare – Prince Harry
Another book that simply was everywhere!
Of course, we all heard the headlines from this. Yes, we’ll never get over the frostbite of it all. But this book also goes behind the curtain of the life of the royals.
It also discusses the grief and loss Harry felt when he lost his mother at the tender age of 12.
My Name is Barbra – Barbra Streisand
She’s much more than a 2010s dance tune!
Her career has spanned over 60 years, winning countless Oscars, Golden Globes and Tonys. So we’re sure that this book will be absolutely filled with incredible stories.
This is her first time telling her story from her childhood to the Broadway stage to the Hollywood screen.
Out November 7th
Down the Drain – Julia Fox
Julia Fox smashed onto the screen in Uncut Gems but is probably best known for her whirlwind romance with Kanye West.
However, her life is much more interesting than that tiny period of time. From her childhood, split between America and Italy to her wild teen years, this is a wild ride from start to finish.
If you thought you knew Julia, you’ll see her in a whole new light after reading this book.
Bad Mormon – Heather Gay
Real Housewives fans will be absolutely obsessed with this book.
Heather Gay is known for her appearances as a housewife on The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City and in this book she discusses her relationship with the religion she grew up with.
She opens up about her decision to leave the religion and the realities of the strict lifestyle she was raised in.
Transitional – Munroe Bergdorf
Munroe Bergdorf was the first transgender model to front a L’Oreal campaign in 2017 but was subsequently let go later that year.
Now she is one of the world’s top models and has gone from strength to strength.
She is not only a model, she also works as an activist. And she shares her experience as well as speaking to experts to reveal just how deeply ingrained transitioning is in human experience.