Celebrity Roundup

Wedding bells ringing for local actress

South Shore’s Sanoe Lake has set a date for her wedding to fiance Michael Eaton.

Lake, who has extended her sponsor contracts with Billabong and Gravis companies and signed on to be the female spokesmodel for Arnette sunglasses, has been juggling her auditions for upcoming projects and planning the wedding.

Plans aren’t completely finalized yet, but the wedding will take place next month here on Kaua‘i, in Waimea.

Lake and Eaton, the creative director for Jedidiah Clothing, announced their engagement late last year.

Local photographer Mike Coots has been asked to photograph the wedding. There is no word yet if he has agreed to do so.

Oops! They did it again

It’s official. Britney Spears is “preggers,” again.

Spears appeared on “The Late Show with David Letterman” earlier this week and admitted that yes, she is pregnant with her second child.

“Don’t worry Dave, it’s not yours,” she joked. But Letterman quickly replied that it’s probably best for the both of them.

Tabloid magazines have been speculating on her pregnancy for weeks, publishing photos of her on her latest vacation to Hawai‘i, showing signs of a baby bump.

Spears and her husband Kevin Federline, “K-Fed” to the tabloids, welcomed their first child Sean Preston to the world, just last year.

Spears has been embroiled in controversy with the care of Sean Preston. Earlier in the year, Spears was photographed driving with him in her lap, and not in a child safety seat.

Months later he fell out of his high chair.

• Lanaly Cabalo, lifestyle writer, can be reached at 245-3681 (ext. 237) or lcabalo@kauaipubco.com.

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