"I had to stop several times!" Pop star Britney Spears has expressed her feelings about revealing her past relationships with two Hollywood stars through her memoir.

Britney Spears recently addressed her much-anticipated memoir, which has been the focus of heated public interest, on social media.

Amid the delayed release of her memoir due to her confession of romances with two Hollywood stars and their subsequent backlash, she confessed to her fans that she had to pause several times while writing and reflecting on her past.

She said, "I felt like I was the girl at school being bullied for most of my life in the industry!!! But in my case, there was no good person to correct it." She went on to reveal that, "Our dad should have been the one to protect my heart from some of the issues, but he was the opposite. I think some people want to hear my story," expressing that coming clean was not easy for her.

Adding on to that, she candidly stated, "I had to stop (writing) several times!!! It may take a year to share my story, or it could take longer."

The Sun reported earlier this month that Spears' publisher, Simon & Schuster, had put the book on hold after receiving letters from two Hollywood stars due to Spears' affair exposés.

Her tell-all book, which was expected to be published last February, has generated much anticipation. However, the book's release is now expected towards the end of this year or later.

It is unclear which stars reached out to the publisher. An insider stated, "Britney is brutally honest in the book. Many A-list stars are nervous."

The memoir, besides focusing on Spears' past relationships, is rumored to delve into her conservatism and her marriage to her current husband, Sam Asghari, who is 29.

Page Six previously reported that Spears earned a $15 million advance for the memoir.

Spears and Asghari, who have been dating since 2016, were married in June 2022. This marks the third marriage for Spears. The couple announced they were expecting a child before their wedding, but later revealed the heartache of having had a miscarriage, drawing sympathy.