Engaged Britney and beau party in Vegas

Getty ImagesBritney Spears and Jason Trawick marked their engagement in Las Vegas.

Getty ImagesBritney Spears and Jason Trawick marked their engagement in Las Vegas.

Britney Spears and Jason Trawick celebrated their engagement in style Friday night. The 30-year-old pop star and her 40-year-old fiance had an intimate gathering with family and friends at the Las Vegas Planet Hollywood, where Jason was presented with a birthday cake (he celebrated the milestone Thursday).

“She wanted it to be quick because her kids were upstairs and she wanted to put them to bed,” a source told People magazine of the mom of two boys.

Wearing a curve-hugging Hervé Leger bandage dress, the beaming “Baby One More Time” singer debuted her Neil Lane engagement ring at the bash — it’s reportedly a 3-carat round stone, with a band paved with diamonds.

Britney and her former manager turned future third husband then had dinner at the Chocolate Lounge at the Sugar Factory at the Paris hotel. Waiters were reportedly spotted bringing them cupcakes and an ice cream sundae.

Afterward, the happy couple, who have been together since 2009, hit the Chateau nightclub with friends. An onlooker said Britney was “dancing up a storm” until nearly 4 a.m.

“Tonight was one of the most magical nights of my life,” Britney sighed on Facebook. “Such an amazing time with my new fiancé and our closest friends and family.”

Congratulations to the couple! It really seems like Britney has found a lasting love this time around.

Twin news?

Yes, we’re reporting another Jennifer Aniston pregnancy story. (OK, we’ll put a quarter in the jar!) The latest, from the fact-checking-averse Star magazine, claims the actress and boyfriend Justin Theroux might be expecting more than one bundle of joy after she took fertility drugs.

“Jen thinks she’s having twins,” a pal of the former “Friends” star supposedly confided to the tabloid.

“Jen’s always said that she wouldn’t announce a pregnancy until she was well into her second trimester,” an insider said.

Well, with twins, it might be kind of hard to hide.

Working mom

Sandra Bullock is appearing in her first film since taking on the role of parent. She says she didn’t consider retiring from acting after becoming a single mom, but she did consider what would be the right project to take on after adopting son Louis.

“Whatever next opportunity that I was given had to be an amazing opportunity for myself and for my son,” she said, according to Us magazine. “It was no longer being a selfish actress having a moment.”

Sandra’s never really struck us as the selfish type anyway.

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