On a roll from her X Factor success Tulisa Contostavlos has decided to cash in on her new found fame and release an autobiography next year.

Apparently being 23-years-old is not too young to pen a life story, especially in Tulisa’s case, as she has so far lead a very eventful life. Having attempted to commit suicide twice when she was younger, being a victim of bullying and a carer for her Mother, the N-Dubz star has been through it all and no doubt has a lot to say in her new book.

A source told the Mirror:

She has an incredible story to tell – some of which has never been written about – and it’s a unique opportunity to set the record straight.

At the moment, three publishers are fighting for the chance to work with the singer and she is estimated to make £1.2 million from the deal.

Tulisa’s famed for being open and up front, saying it as she sees it. There will be no skeletons left in her closet. Three major publishing houses are all desperate to sign her up, not least because of the success rate of books by former X Factor judges has been fantastic.

Tulisa is planning to begin writing the tell-all book in January so that it’s finished and on the shelves in time for the next series of X Factor. Nice tactics.

She has also agreed to include photos from her childhood, exclusive backstage pictures and stories about her harder times experimenting with drugs and shoplifting. We wonder if there will be anything about her not so secret boyfriend Fazer in there too.

Unlike previous X Factor judges that have written autobiographies, such as Danni Minogue and Cheryl Cole, we definitely think this one will be worth a read.