Wedding bells for B-Spears and Jason Trawick?

 

Pop star Britney Spears might be ready to tie the knot for the third time.

In an exclusive interview with US Weekly, Spears chats up her boyfriend, Jason Trawick, saying that they have such a great time together. . . . He makes me laugh, and we are so comfortable being ourselves.” When asked about wedding plans, she told the mag, “Maybe . . . never say never!”

Well, it wouldn’t be a shotgun wedding. (Anyone remember her 2004 Vegas nuptials?) Trawick and the Femme Fatale singer have been dating for two years.

Saying Goodbye

30 Rock’s Alec Baldwin has confirmed that the hit NBC comedy is coming to an end.

At Tuesday’s night gala in New York for the National Dance Institute, the actor told New York magazine that the show’s sixth and final season will be in 2012.

“I will tell you one thing,” the 53-year-old actor said. “And that is our show next year is our last year of the show.”

Adding later, “Our contracts are expired [in 2012], and Tina [Fey] is gonna have a big career directing films and writing.”

For five years, Baldwin has played the role of television network Vice President Jack Donaghy alongside Fey, Tracy Morgan and Jane Krakowski.

Elimination

It’s no tears for Wendy Williams.

On Tuesday’s Dancing With the Stars, the talk show host became the second contestant to be eliminated from the ABC show.

After hearing the news, Williams, 46, told Us Weekly she was “relieved.”

“Everything that I have neglected personally on this six-week journey — we were on TV for three [weeks] and then there were three [weeks] that we rehearsed,” she explained. “And I have a 10-year-old son, I have a 12-year marriage and I’ve got a talk show that demands my attention.”

What will she miss most, besides Tony Dovolani? The good grub. “Endless guacamole and lots of good salad dressing.”

Confessions

In her new memoir, actress Ashley Judd opens up about her not-so-normal upbringing.

Excerpts from All That Is Bitter & Sweet reveal that Judd (daughter of country singer Naomi Judd) was a victim of sexual abuse.

“My family of origin, the one into which I was born, was also brimming with love but was not a healthy family system,” she says in the book’s first chapter. “There was too much trauma, abandonment, addiction and shame.” On Tuesday’s Today show, Judd talked about her 2006 stay at Shades of Hope recovery center in Texas, where she checked herself in for depression.

It was in therapy that Judd uncovered memories of being sexually abused by a family member (she doesn’t name the person in the book) and also circumstances that led her to consider suicide before she was even in her teens.

Judd, a Golden Globe winner known for her humanitarian work, is married to race car driver Dario Franchitti.

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