London, Oct 31 : Britney Spears' explosive tell-all documentary, where she has confessed all about her breakdown, lesbian romps and pop comeback, is all set for a release in the UK.
Britain's Sky 1 has grabbed the rights to screen 'Britney: For The Record' in the country within hours of its broadcast in the US.
The sensational TV biography features the pop princess lifting the lid on her sex, drugs and divorce battle.
This was the first time the 26-year-old singer has spoken candidly on the camera about her mental meltdown, under which she even went on to shave her head.
"I wanted to make it because I started to feel like I wasn't being seen in the light that I wanted to be seen in," The Daily star quoted her, as saying.
She added: "This is an opportunity to set the record straight and talk about what I've been through - and where I'm headed."
According to sources, the 'Toxic' singer will also discuss her time in rehab, her split from husband Kevin Federline, 30, and how miserable she was after losing the custody battle for their children Sean Preston, three, and two-year-old Jayden James.
In the tell-all tale, Britney might also speak about some of the sex slurs, including her alleged lesbian romps, drug taking and steamy sex tape.
"Britney is an icon and the world has been fascinated by her story. Now she will reveal the truth in her own words," said Sky executive Louisa Forsyth.
The documentary will be screened by MTV in the US in December and by Sky 1 in the UK less than 24 hours later.