Britney Spears Wedding Date

February 13, 2012 by staff 

Britney Spears Wedding Date, Britney Spears won’t be engaged for long because she’s already set a wedding date. Britney and Jason Trawick are reportedly happy to start their life as man and wife. However, Brit and Jason don’t want a winter wonderland themed wedding. Instead, they are opting for a warm summer bash which isn’t surprising considering the pop princess’ sunny demeanor.

Radar Online already has a report thanks to their many (lies) spies on the inside. One source said, “It’s going to be a very intimate wedding with only immediate family and very, very close friends. It will probably be a destination wedding in a very warm, tropical location. There is absolutely no drama with the planning of the wedding and Britney will probably wear an off-white dress that will show off her killer bod. Britney’s sons are absolutely going to be a part of the ceremony as ring bearers, and Jason has something very special planned for the boys that will take place during the wedding.”

Well, there are few reasons as to why Spears is opting for a wedding in summer: you can’t wear a short dress during a cold winter, you need time to work out in order to get a “killer bod” (what Spears has now is not a “killer bod”), and there’s that whole mess surrounding her legally. You know some people still think she’s crazy.

The source also said, “Britney doesn’t want to get married until all legal matters have been dealt with. She wants to begin her life with Jason on a fresh clean slate.”

This will be Britney Spears’ third wedding. She’s really giving Kim Kardashian and Jennifer Lopez a running for who will be the next Elizabeth Taylor. Even though some of Spear’s ex-husbands doubt her latest walk down the aisle will end in happily ever after, fans can only hope Jason Trawick will continue to keep the singer sane. No one wants a repeat of the head shaving incident.

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