Shardinay King, whose debut single was crowned the ‘worst song of 2010’ had the last laugh yesterday when she was offered £10,000 for her ”insightful” autobiography.
Dubbed the ‘Marmite of music’, Shardinay was approached by a ”major publishing house” this week but quite what her memoirs will include is anyone’s guess.
The 30-year-old Essex girl remained tight-lipped on the subject of the offer yesterday, but speaking from her Ilford home, she said
I think my book will give a really good background into the music industry and provide other wannabe pop-stars with advice and inspiration. I know that my last track received a fair bit of criticism, but it hasn’t stopped me from continuing to reach my goals and I feel this book is the next step in my music career.
Mum-of-two Shardinay hit the headlines in August after releasing R&B tune Oh Boy, described by critics as the ”very, very worst single in a very long time.” Recorded on a shoestring budget, it became an instant hit on YouTube.
The singer, who dreams of being the next Beyonce, said
Some of the content is sure to be a little controversial, but I feel its only right that readers find out about the entire music industry – warts and all.
Either the God’s must be crazy, or Shardinay is one lucky woman.
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