While the majority of the country weathers some cold weather, it appears Britney Spears is in the mood for a little spring cleaning as she made several announcements on Friday.
Spears' representative, Jeff Raymond, confirmed Friday that her one year engagement to her former agent, 41 year-old Jason Trawick, was at an end.
In a statement to People, Raymond stated, "Britney Spears and Jason Trawick have mutually agreed to end their one-year engagement. As two mature adults, they came to the difficult decision to go their separate ways while continuing to remain friends."
Trawick said, "As this chapter ends for us a new one begins. I love and cherish her and her boys and we will be close forever."
Spears mirrored his sentiment telling People that she will always adore Trawick, and they intend to remain good friends.
This ends a week of changes for the 31 year old pop superstar, as a judge accepted the resignation of Trawick from her longtime conservator ship, which was originally established due to the singer’s erratic behavior some years ago. Trawick was granted the role as co-conservator along with Spears’ dad, Jamie Spears in April of last year.
TMZ reports that not only is Spears breaking it off with Trawick, but she’s also quitting the William Morris Agency and has moved over to Creative Artists Agency.
In an earlier statement on Friday, Spears confirmed rumors that she was leaving the Fox competition X-Factor in order to concentrate on her new music.
Spears has been married twice, with her first marriage with longtime friend Jason Alexander ending in an annulment less than three days after being married in Las Vegas. Her second was to Kevin Federline, which ended in divorce in 2006, after having two children.
Spears is currently working on her eighth studio album due out later this year.