This should be good! Glee star, Naya Rivera, just sold a memoir to be published in spring, 2016, according to Publisher’s Weekly
Glee actress Naya Rivera sold a memoir, Sorry Not Sorry: Dreams, Mistakes, and Growing Up, to Joanna Ng at Tarcher. Inkwell Management’s Lauren Smythe brokered the world rights deal for Rivera on behalf of UTA. A cast member of 1990s sitcoms such as Family Matters and Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, Rivera struggled for years after finding stardom as a child. Chronicling her path from riches to rags and back again—she was a Hooters waitress at one point, before landing the role of Santana Lopez on the Fox hit Glee—the book will be a warts-and-all account, Tarcher said, in which she offers “candid thoughts on topics ranging from dating… to the challenges of being mixed-race in Hollywood.” Sorry Not Sorry is set for a spring 2016 release.
— Naya Rivera Dorsey (@NayaRivera) June 8, 2015
She promises a “warts and all” account, which I translate to TELL ALL! Besides dishing on past romances with fellow Glee star, Mark Salling and rap star, Big Sean, I’m sure the actress will dish about her time on Glee, which included being written out of the last few episodes of season 5 after a dust up with producers, and an alleged feud with fellow castmate, Lea Michele.
These days Naya is guest starring in the Lifetime series, Devious Maids and is pregnant with her first child. She married Ryan Dorsey in April 2014 a few months after breaking off her engagement with Big Sean.
I pegged the always candid Naya Most Likely to Dish the Dirt in a Memoir. I’m looking forward to the new book.