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21 December 2011, 08:02
The N-Dubz singer is about to start work on her memoirs while three publishers negotiate to release the book in 2012.
Tulisa Contostavlos is reportedly at the centre of a bidding war to secure the rights to her autobiography.
The X Factor judge is expected to begin working on her memoirs in January, fresh from her win on the ITV1 show with girl band Little Mix.
It is believed that three big publishers are already interested in buying the rights and Tulisa is expected to net in the region of £1.2 million for her troubles.
"Tulisa may only be 23 but she's had ana amazingly eventful life," a source told The Mirror. "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."
They added: "Her enemies should definitely be bracing themselves."
Tulisa will allegedly discuss her relationship with N-Dubz bandmate Fazer for the first time, as well as her various celebrity feuds and friendships.
The 'Number 1' singer's autobiography is likely to be released to coincide with her potential second season of The X Factor in summer 2012.
Tulisa recently revealed she is hoping Little Mix will be able to contribute to a track from her upcoming debut solo album, which is expected to launch early next year.