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3 February 2012, 16:18 | Updated: 3 February 2012, 16:33
The N-Dubz singer has agreed to a publishing deal which will see her writing her memoirs of like on The X Factor.
Tulisa Contostavlos has signed a publishing deal to pen two novels along with her highly anticipated autobiography.
The X Factor star is now officially signed to write for Headline Publishers, who announced news of the N-Dubz singer's deal on Twitter last night (2nd February).
"BREAKING NEWS we are delighted to announce that we've signed @officialtulisa for her autobiography and two novels. Excited! #tulisabooks," the publisher tweeted yesterday.
Tulisa's autobiography is expected to focus both on her time as a judge on The X Factor following her win with Little Mix, as well as her difficult upbringing in North London.
The 'I Need You' singer was said to have been at the centre of a bidding war between three publishers for the rights to her memoirs, which will allegedly net Tulisa around £1.2 million.
Tulisa Contostavlos is currently in Los Angeles putting the final touches to her debut solo album.