Britney Spears says she drank daiquiris with her mom in eighth grade

Ahead of the release of Britney Spears' upcoming memoir, The Woman In Me , shocking revelations about her life and career continue to emerge.

In the latest anecdote to emerge from the highly-anticipated movie, Britney revealed that when she was in eighth grade, she would drink daiquiris with her mother, Lynne Spears.

"For fun, starting when I was in eighth grade, my mom and I would drive two hours from Kentwood to Biloxi, Mississippi, where we would drink daiquiris," Britney told People The excerpt reads, sharing that they called the cocktail a " Toddy."

Britney loves drinking with her mom

In the excerpt, the "Gimme More" hitmaker fondly recalls drinking with his mother. However, the same can't be said for her father, Jamie Spears, who she claims doesn't react well to alcohol.

"I love being able to drink with my mom every now and then," Britney wrote. "The way we drank was completely different from the way my dad did. When he drank, he became more depressed and closed off. We became happier, more energetic, more adventurous."

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'Normal teenage life' in Louisiana

Britney also reflected on her hometown of Kentwood, Louisiana, where she lived a "normal teenage life" after the production of her 1994 career debut, The Mickey Mouse Club .

"There was some wonderful normalcy about that time in my life: going to homecoming and prom, driving around our small town, going to the movies," she writes in an excerpt from "The Woman in Me." “But the truth is, I miss performing.”

Spears later released her debut single "Baby One More Time" in 1998, which launched her career as one of the biggest pop stars in the world.

The Grammy winner's long-awaited memoir , The Woman In Me, will be released worldwide on October 24. The book is billed as "a brave and stunningly moving story of freedom, honor, motherhood, survival, faith, and hope."