Noting she finally "found her happy," Short told the TMZ reporter, "To find your happy is important," before teasing that his own love life could use a little more of what Spears and Asghari have. "I'm trying to find my happy right now."
"She found her happy. Leave her alone. Let her get her happy on. She deserves it," he emphasized of Spears, as she's been working for decades and fought extremely hard to end her near-14-year-long conservatorship. "She entertained us for years. She gave us record after record, videos after videos, tour after tour. Let the girl get her happy on."
When asked if Short had a message for the newlywed, he replied: "I love you B. I miss you, love you. Congratulations."
The former couple was linked back in the early 2000s when he was doing choreography and backup dancing for her.
And while Short shared nothing but positivity on Spears' big day, the same can't be said about her first husband, Jason Alexander, who tried crashing her nuptials at her Thousand Oaks, Calif., home. Spears was also married to Kevin Federline, with whom she shares two sons, from 2004-2007.
OK! reported Alexander, 40, live streamed himself breaking into the songstress' home and even arguing with the event security. Aside from walking around the property and introducing himself as "Britney's first husband," he was heard in the video admitting he was there to "crash the wedding."
Ventura County police arrested Spears' ex Thursday afternoon on charges of misdemeanor battery, vandalism, and trespassing before the festivities kick off. Radar reported he has remained behind bars with his bond set at $22,500. An emergency protection order was also issued that told Alexander to stay away from Spears or face further legal consequences.
Despite the minor bump in the road, Spears refused to let her ex ruin her special day, as a source pointed out: "Britney is shaken but doesn’t want to let this get her down."