You wanna know why Naya Rivera’s hair is so big? It’s because it’s full of secrets. Well, it was… all of her secrets are out now. In a new book titled Sorry Not Sorry: Dreams, Mistakes, and Growing Up, Rivera tells some juicy gossip that would even make Regina George cringe.
The book doesn’t officially release until Sept. 13, but a loyal Rivera fan got their hands on an official copy a bit early, and they aren’t hesitating to spill all the juicy details.
As expected, Rivera isn’t holding anything back when it comes to her former Glee costar, Lea Michele. Though she doesn’t ever name Michele by name, Rivera makes it pretty clear who she is referring to when she calls out a certain “diva” cast member, according to the author of naya-rivera.com.
“I guess you can throw a bitch fit, lock yourself in your trailer and stall production, yet still allegedly find the time to leak stories to the press,” Rivera says in the book, via naya-rivera.com, in reference to the long-standing rumor claiming that Rivera had been fired from Glee because she had gone off on a producer.
Rivera also doesn’t have great things to say about her ex-fiancé, Big Sean, and even says she walked into his home one night to find him hanging out with Ariana Grande — who he later started dating after they had called off their engagement. Rivera also talks about how she found out her engagement was officially off via the internet.
Not everything in the book is gossip and bad news. Rivera also talks about how plastic surgery was the best choice she ever made and how she stands by her decision to this day.
“As soon as I went back to school, [the boys] all practically fell over themselves rushing to see who could hold the door open for me,” she writes in the book, via People magazine. “People have a lot of opinions about plastic surgery, but more than ten years after I got my boobs, they still make me happy when I look in the mirror. It might have even been the best $8K I’ve ever spent.”
But Rivera doesn’t want you take take any excerpts from the book out of context.
“The point of a book is to read a story from start to finish and deduct your own opinions and conclusions from it as a whole,” she wrote in a recent Facebook post.
Rivera’s book hits shelves Sept. 13 and is available for order here.