Jamie Lynn Spears Teases Upcoming 'Good Morning America' Appearance To Discuss New Tell-All Memoir
Jamie Lynn Spears is gearing up for her upcoming interview on Good Morning America.
The 30-year-old is expected to appear on the ABC talk show on Wednesday, January 12, to promote the release of her new memoir, Things I Should Have Said.
Jamie Lynn — who is the younger sister of pop icon Britney Spears — teased the GMA appearance on her Instagram Story on Tuesday, January 11, to mark what will be her first TV interview about her upcoming tell-all.
The highly-anticipated book — which is set to be released on Tuesday, January 18 — will reportedly cover a multitude of topics, including her time as a child actress on the Nickelodeon show Zoey 101, as well as her experience as a single teenage mom. Jamie Lynn welcomed daughter Maddie, now 13, with ex-fiancé Casey Aldrige in 2008 and daughter Ivey, 3, with husband Jamie Watson in 2018.
As OK! previously reported, the Sweet Magnolias actress is also expected to open about her mental health, love life and journey to finding her faith again. Jamie Lynn hinted her memoir will cover her experience, "breaking generational curses, creating my own family, and trying to give my children the childhood and family I always wanted."
Of course, what most readers are dying to know is whether Jamie Lynn will discuss her relationship with Britney, who previously called out her little sis for the alleged role she played in the difficult past 13 years of her life.
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Earlier this month, the "Toxic" singer seemingly unfollowed Jamie Lynn on Instagram after claiming her family was to blame for the abuse she suffered while in her controversial conservatorship.
A source recently revealed Britney has "no plans" to reconcile with her sister, or her parents, Jamie and Lynne Spears, "as they all, directly or indirectly, are responsible for the years of psychological torment that she went through."
"They allowed this to continue knowing it was hurting her," the insider stated of the conservatorship. "She doesn't know how this will ever be forgivable because, if not for her fans and those who truly love her, she would still be in the conservatorship."
As Jamie Lynn prepares to launch her new book release, an insider spilled Britney wants to stay far away from it all and "does not want to take part in this narrative."