Sheridan Smith teases ‘the truth will come out’ as she pens tell-all book
Sheridan Smith has left fans hanging on her every word after teasing her upcoming book.
The Cleaning Up actress took to Twitter to post about her autobiography, promising see will tell-all.
Sheridan, 39, posted to her army of fans: "Can't wait for you guys to read the book, a lot of truths will come out!"
Cryptically, the post has now been removed from her official page but was seen by thousands of her supporters.
Sheridan added: "I hope you finally understand."
Her book, Honestly: My Story is slated for release in October this year.
It is set to document her impressive career and personal struggles in the limelight.
While her publishers Penguin are keeping tight lipped about the exact details of the book, it they added it will follow Sheridan navigating "feelings of imposter syndrome, struggles with her mental health and panic attacks."
That add that Sheridan will also open up about "dark times and heartbreak" for the first time.
Sheridan recently bravely opened up about her pregnancy – admitting she was concerned her mental health issues could return.
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Speaking in a TV special, Sheridan said: "No one knows what's going on behind it all.
"The biggest worry is you've had mental health issues in the past – will it rear its ugly head again?"
During the mini series she also spoke frankly about her battle with alcohol.
She said that she hit rock bottom after Graham Norton made a joke about her at the 2016 BAFTAs.
The star recalled: "Graham Norton was hosting and made a joke, basically at my expense, about me being a drunk.
"I was so humiliated, you know, it’s a room full of your peers. And people you want to work with, or have worked with.
“That night for me was like the final straw, before my brain totally went off the deep end.”
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The dig was thought to be linked to Sheridan series of no shows during the West End production of Funny Girl.
The show was halted due to “technical difficulties”.
Reports at the time claimed Sheridan had been slurring her words.
Behind the scenes, she was battling the revelation that her father Colin was diagnosed with cancer.
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