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Britney Spears: “I’m happy I lost the lead role in The Pages of Our Lives”

Britney Spears: "I'm happy I lost the lead role in The Pages of Our Lives"

Singer Britney Spears has revealed that she was in the running for the role of Rachel McAdams in the film The Pages of Our Lives, starring Ryan Gosling.

Britney Spears: 'I'm happy I lost the lead role in The Pages of Our Lives'

Britney Spearsinterviewed by the magazine Peopleexplained why he has no regrets related to losing the starring role in the film The pages of our life.
The music star, who is promoting her autobiography The Woman In Men which goes on sale in a few days, opened up about what happened in 2004.

No regrets for Britney

Rachel McAdams and Ryan Gosling in a scene from The Pages of Our Lives, 2004

Ryan Gosling e Rachel McAdams in The Notebook

The film The Pages of Our Lives would have allowed the pop star to collaborate again with Ryan Gosling, who she had met when they were still children. Britney Spears has now said: “The casting of the movie had gotten to a point where it was me and Rachel McAdams, and while it would have been fun to reconnect with Ryan after our time on the Mickey Mouse Club, I’m glad I didn’t make that movie“.
The music star added: “If I had, instead of working on my album In The Zone, I would have been busy playing the 1940s heiress day and night.“.
The album Britney recorded at that time reached number one in the American charts and contains singles such as Toxic, which is still popular after many years.

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Britney’s book

The autobiography The Woman In Me will arrive on shelves around the world on October 24 and will tell, according to the publisher’s description: “a courageous and surprisingly emotional story about freedom, fame, motherhood, survival, faith and hope. The book illuminates the enduring power of music and love, and the importance of a woman telling her own story, as she wishes. The Woman in Me reveals for the first time the incredible journey and strength behind one of the greatest performers in the history of pop music“.

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