Britney Spears is dating her manager

June 10, 2009

(ChattahBox) —  Remember a few months ago when it was rumored that Britney Spears was dating her manager, Jason Trawick, but it was then denied by by all parties? People magazine now reports that the pop tart is definitely involved with her colleague.

A source said: “They are totally and definitely dating. Her dad loves him. He’s the best thing that has happened to her.”

Jason works for the top showbiz agency William Morris and also represents Taylor Swift and Paris Hilton and has known Britney for five years. Britney and Jason made their first public appearance together at a party for designer Christian Audigier last May (photo left). The two were first spotted even before that, together vacationing at Mel Gibson’s beach house in Costa Rica.

In other Spears news the star has just announced that she will tour Australia for the first time. In a statement on her website, the 27-year-old said she had wanted to visit the country for “quite some time”.

Britney’s Circus tour will feature six dates ‘down under’ starting in November.


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    So her manager has no taste, or likes money more than self-respect. So what? Who cares?

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