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Britney Spears 'considering wedding dress designers'

Published 03/01/2012

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Britney Spears is reportedly keen to work with one of her "favourite designers" Betsey Johnson or Jeremy Scott in order to create her dream wedding gown.

The 30-year-old pop star is preparing to tie the knot with Jason Trawick after she accepted his marriage proposal over a romantic dinner at the end of last year.

When it comes to the dress Britney has a list of several designers - who all have different visions in keeping with their signature looks.

"She's already thinking about asking one of her favourite designers, someone like Betsey Johnson or her friend Jeremy Scott," an insider told more! magazine.

"If it's Jeremy, it'll be more futuristic [he designs Katy Perry's outrageous stage costumes]. If she picks Betsey, it'll still be edgy but more traditional, with a lot of layering."

Britney is famed for her fluctuating weight. The songstress is also reportedly eager to get in the best shape to tie the knot.

"She'll want to look as good as possible, so she'll be working out lots with her personal trainer - and also with Jason," the source added.

Britney tied the knot with her childhood friend Jason Alexander in Las Vegas in 2004, but their union lasted just 55 hours. She then wed Kevin Federline just nine months later.

Britney and Kevin had two sons together - six-year-old Sean and Jayden, five - before their divorce was finalised in 2007.

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