Courtesy of Elle
Courtesy of Elle
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Britney Spears covers the October issue of ELLE magazine in anticipation for the premiere of her big X Factor judging gig on Sept. 12.

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The singer rocked Jason Wu and Just Cavalli for the shoot, where the magazine sat down to chat with both Brit and her fiancé Jason Trawick. It wasn't long before the subject of how their clandestine affair began — he was, afterall, her manager when they first got together.

"It was kind of one of those things where she moved, like, turned around, so we were face-to-face and then..," he began, before getting cut off by his famous other half.

"Okay, that's enough information, sweetie," she said. "It was sweet, just say that."

While Brit looked amazing in the Joe Zee styled shoot for the magazine, she admits getting dolled up really isn't her forte like some other ladies in the public eye.

"I love my jeans and my sweats — I’m really just a tomboy at heart. So it’s really hard for me to be like Kim Kardashian and be makeup-and hair-ready every time I go out of my house. I’m not a believer in that, you know?" she offered. "On the other hand, when you do wear those sweats, you’re like, Oh God, I should step it up a notch."

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Regardless, the "In The Zone" singer swears she's gotten to the point where a blogger's snarky comments or unflattering magazine cover barely causes her to bristle.

"I guess I’ve been under the microscope so long that I don’t even pay attention to the nonsense anymore," she said. "I gave up getting upset about things people make up about me a long time ago."

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