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X Factor judge Tulisa Contostavlos will release her first autobiography at the age of 23, it has been reported.
The singer will start writing the book in January and will release it to coincide with the new series of X Factor later next year, reports The Mirror.
A source told the newspaper: "Tulisa may only be 23 but she’s had an amazingly eventful life. She has an incredible story to tell – some of which has never been written about – and it’s a unique opportunity to set the record straight."
“Tulisa’s famed for being open and up front, saying it as she sees it. There will be no skeletons left in her closet. Three major publishing houses are all desperate to sign her up, not least because of the success rate of books by former X Factor judges has been fantastic."
They continued: “Dannii Minogue’s autobiography was a number-one best-seller whilst Cheryl’s two last year were also top-five smashes"
"In it, Tulisa will discuss Fazer for the first time, and reveal some fantastically juicy behind-the-scenes X Factor gossip; her enemies should definitely be bracing themselves.”
The judge led her group Little mix to victory at the X Factor final earlier this month.