Britney Spears may be busy judging "The X Factor," but that does not mean she has forgotten her role as bride-to-be. Now, the pop star might have to lend more focus to her wedding plans as she is reportedly set to marry beau Jason Trawick "within weeks."
Spears' wedding to former manager and current fiance Trawick is allegedly mere weeks away, the Mirror reported on Sunday. “She’s put a treadmill into her 'X Factor' dressing room and is making sure she’s jogging as often as she can," a source told the U.K. publication. “She’s taking her look incredibly seriously and has said she will dazzle with her outfits and her body on the live finals of 'X Factor.' It’s very much a countdown to the nuptials right now... we’re talking within weeks.”
The Mirror also reports that, even aside from the wedding, Spears is in a great place. “She’s got her groove back. 'X Factor' has given her a new lease on life," the source said of Spears, who recently filmed a spot in the music video for "Scream and Shout" off Will.i.am's new album. "She wants to show people what originally made her so famous again.”
Spears and Trawick got engaged last December on the night of his 40th birthday. They first met in 2006, when Trawick began representing her while she was involved with Kevin Federline.
"Britney has liked Jason for a long time," a source told Us Weekly back in April. "The fact that they were great friends gave them a foundation for a solid relationship."
For the October issue of Elle magazine, Trawick offered readers a peek inside their romance.
"It was kind of one of those things where she moved, like, turned around, so we were face-to-face, and then--" Trawick said before Britney cut him off, interjecting, "Okay, that’s enough information, sweetie. It was sweet, just say that."
Trawick stayed with Spears through some of her darkest moments -- including her 2008 breakdown, a saga which has been unearthed in the defamation lawsuit presented by Spears' former manager, Sam Lutfi. Lutfi is suing for libel, based on claims made about him in Lynne Spears' book "Through the Storm."
Spears' ex-manager claims the singer was abusing crystal meth when she went through her head-shaving breakdown.