Washington, (ANI): Janet Jackson is reportedly planning to write a personal tell-all book, in order to help herself cope with the grief of her brother Michael Jackson's death. The songbird will purportedly also detail her own battle with issues like self-esteem and weight, along with the family's struggle to come to terms with the loss of the King of Pop.
"She is going to talk about Michael's death and how it's affected her and his children and the rest of the family... A lot of it will focus on her battle with self-esteem and weight," Contactmusic quoted a source as having told In Touch Weekly.
"She's a huge success. But that's not always what she has seen when she looks in the mirror, so the book will talk about how she has coped, and about her family relationships. She wants to help other young women out there," the source added.