Britney Spears engaged to marry Jason Trawick

Denise Truscello/WireImageRegional President of Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino David Hoenemeyer greets Britney Spears during her official arrival at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino on December 3

Denise Truscello/WireImageRegional President of Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino David Hoenemeyer greets Britney Spears during her official arrival at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino on December 3

Britney Spears is ready to walk down the aisle for the third time. The 30-year-old pop star has agreed to marry her longtime boyfriend and former agent Jason Trawick.

Trawick announced Friday on “Access Hollywood” that he and Spears are engaged. The two have been dating since 2009.

Spears was previously married to Kevin Federline, with whom she has two sons: 6-year-old Sean Preston and 5-year-old Jayden James. The couple divorced in 2006. Spears also briefly wed childhood friend Jason Alexander in 2004, but the marriage was annulled after 55 hours.

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