Prince Harry, Rani Mukerji, Jada Smith - 10 celebrity memoirs set to hit the stands in 2023

Whether it’s Mahatma Gandhi’s ‘The Story of My Experiments with Truth’ or Matthew Perry’s ‘Friends, Lovers, and the Big Terrible Thing’, personal journeys are fascinating to explore. Here are 10 celebrities releasing their memoirs and autobiographies next year:

Dec 26, 2022


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Spare by Prince Harry- January 10

One of the most famous British royals of this century, the Duke of Sussex Prince Harry has a lot to say about his royal lineage, his mother, Lady Diana’s death, controversies surrounding his inter-racial marriage with actor Meghan Markle, among other topics. His memoir covers it all.

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Untitled memoir by Rani Mukerji - March 21

Bollywood actor Rani Mukerji’s memoir is scheduled to release next year on her birthday. Published by HarperCollins, her memoir talks about her financial troubles, widespread criticism on her looks and voice, and other topics, in a ‘candid, intimate’ manner.

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Untitled memoir by Jada Pinkett Smith- Fall 2023

Her diagnosis of autoimmune condition alopecia causing hair loss, the public ridicule following adultery against husband Will Smith, and her crumbling marriage - actor and talk show host Jada’s memoir is a ‘no holds barred’ account, slated to release in fall.

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Pageboy: A Memoir by Elliot Page- June 6

Academy award nominee Elliot Page says ‘Juno fame almost killed’ him. He has publicly embraced his identity as a member of the LGBTQIA community, and is being vocal about understanding his sexual identity, while being in Hollywood, in his upcoming memoir.

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Love, Pamela by Pamela Anderson- January 31

From being a 21-year-old blonde who wound up at a big screen in a football game, to being the most glamorous model on Playboy magazine, Pamela’s memoir will share the trials and tribulations of the Baywatch actor. She also released her Netflix documentary ‘Pamela, A Love Story’ this year.

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Paris: The Memoir by Paris Hilton- March 8

From being a socialite to a business mogul, Paris Hilton was initially ‘famous for being famous’. Being a trendsetter across the globe, she addresses the scandals and controversies of her life in the upcoming memoir.

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You’re That Bitch & Other Cute Lessons About Being Unapologetically Yourself by Bretman Rock Sacayanan

What does it take to be gay, Asian and a proud immigrant in America? The 24-year-old Filipino-American beauty influencer Bretman Rock Sacayanan answers this and more in his memoir, releasing February 14. An internet celebrity, he’s best known for his beauty videos and sassy takes on life.

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Miss Major Speaks: The Life and Legacy of a Black Trans Revolutionary-Miss Major Griffin Gracy, Toshio Meronek

A former sex worker and veteran transgender activist, Miss Major Gracy participated in the 1969 Stonewall Riots. Her memoir, releasing on Januay 31, contains riveting details of her life, along with the challenges that the black, brown, queer and trans community face today.

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Transitional: In One Way or Another, We All Transition by Munroe Bergdorf- February 16

Bergdorf was the first British transgender model to be hired for a L’Oréal Paris campaign - only to be fired within weeks for an old Facebook post where she claimed that white people must "admit their race is the most violent and oppressive force of nature on Earth” surfaced online. Her memoir talks about her own experiences, and how transition is a common human experience.

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