Her fans were devastated when she died in a tragic plane crash back in December, and now Jenni Rivera's legacy will live on in a forthcoming memoir.
According to a report, the 43-year-old singer’s Unbreakable will hit stores in July and will be published by Simon & Schuster’s Atria Books imprint in both English and Spanish.
Despite the untimely death of its star, the reality show "I Love Jenni" will return for a third season beginning April 29, a spokesman for Telemundo announced on Tuesday (February 12).
The show centers on the late singer Jenni Rivera, who was killed when a small plane she was riding in crashed in Mexico on December 9, 2012.
She was much beloved in the Mexican-American music community, so when Jenni Rivera died in a plane crash yesterday (December 9), there was an outpouring of love and grief in the Twitterverse.
Many of our favorite celebrities took to their Twitter accounts to share their feelings following the tragic Monterrey, Mexico accident.
A spokesman for the Nuevo Leon State Government in northern Mexico confirmed that a small plane carrying Mexican-American singer Jenni Rivera has gone missing.
The plane took off at 3:30 am on Sunday (December 9) from Monterrey after a concert, and was bound for Toluca, Mexio.