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January 16, 2012  | by: Deidra Goggin

Britney Spears and Jason Trawick

By the looks of it, wedding bells should be ringing all year long! This past month has been full of celebrity marriage proposals and I have the dish on all of them. Not only was Christmas time a big time to pop the question, but it seems 2012 is carrying on the momentum.

It all started back in early December with the resident pop princess Britney Spears getting engaged to boyfriend of two years, Jason Trawick. He had a trick up his sleeve by actually proposing on his birthday and went on to celebrate both occasions in Las Vegas.

Also jumping aboard the engagement train are two of basketball’s legendary all-stars, LeBron James and Michael Jordan. James proposed to girlfriend and mother of his two children on New Year’s Eve. Jordan on the other hand will try his hand a second time at marriage with girlfriend of three years Yvette Prieto.

Jessica Biel and Justin Timberlake

One of the most recent guys to pop the question is Justin Timberlake, proposing to girlfriend Jessica Biel. People Magazine reports that while on their annual vacation to Big Sky Country in Montana Timberlake proposed. This couple has had their ups and downs but obviously ended up together in the end. Sorry ladies, but the “sexy back” singer is off the market.

Other engaged stars include Drew Barrymore, Steven Tyler, Mario Lopez, Matthew McConaughey, Josh Lucas, Dave Haywood of the band Lady Antebellum and Wynonna Judd!

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