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April 09, 2012

Britney Spears' Fiancé To Become Co-Conservator

Britney Spears' Fiancé To Become Co- Conservator

The pop stars hubby to be Jason Trawick has petitioned the LA Superior Court to become co- conservator of Brit alongside her father Jamie.

Following an involuntary psychiatric hold at the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center in 2008, Britney’s father was given the job of making sure his daughter was properly clothed, fed, and medicated. Apparently Trawick is ready to not only walk down the aisle with his leading lady but he is willing to go halfsies on the court ordered babysitting of Spears.

He must be super dedicated as the duties stop at sharing her (very sizable) fortune! That one’s still in daddy dearest’s control.  While she has come a long way, one can only hope that one of these days Brit can be in control of herself!

 

December 16, 2011

Britney Spears Engaged

Britney Spears Engaged

Pop star Britney Spears is engaged to her boyfriend Jason Trawick!

Heading to twitter to make the big announcement the 30 year old singing sensation tweeted that her man got her the “one gift” she has been waiting for! Access Hollywood host Billy Bush so kindly reached out to Trawick via text message to which he confirmed, "Yes, we are engaged," so now we clearly know the gift wasn’t a new puppy or just a pretty necklace!  Spears, was apparently proposed to at a private dinner Thursday with a three-carat round stone and pave diamond ring, certainly got a good ending to a year that’s been a rough one!

Anyone else anxious to see a pic of the bling bling and hear wedding plans?! (Wire Images)

 

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