LOS ANGELES – Levi Johnston will make his music video debut as a lover whose romance is thwarted by his girlfriend’s disapproving mother, according to a Universal Music Group record label and Johnston’s attorney.

Johnston, 20, who is Bristol Palin’s fiance, has agreed to appear in the video with singer-songwriter Brittani Senser next month in Los Angeles. The project is based on the song “After Love” by Senser, 26, a sultry R&B and pop performer from Minneapolis.

“He’s looking forward to doing it,” Rex Butler, Johnston’s attorney, said Friday. “It will give him an opportunity to act a little bit in front of a camera. He’s done a commercial before, but something like this is a little more involved.”

Johnston recently become re-engaged to Palin, 19, the daughter of former Republican vice-presidential candidate and Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin. Bristol Palin, who has a toddler son with Johnston, has said her mother doesn’t support the couple’s marriage.

According to a written description of the video’s story line, the couple share tender moments before they are driven apart by the young woman’s mother. Unaware that her mom’s interference forced her boyfriend to go, she “throws herself into her mother’s arms. She tells her mother that she was wrong about Levi.”

Asked if there might be concerns about Sarah Palin’s reaction to the project, Butler replied: “I don’t think we’re going to be concerned about what Gov. Palin would want.”

Jarreau flown to hospital in French port

MARSEILLE, France – A helicopter ferried Grammy Award-winning singer Al Jarreau from a hospital in the Alps to one in the French port of Marseille after he suffered breathing problems in the mountains that forced him to cancel several concerts, hospital authorities said Saturday.

The 70-year-old Jarreau was conscious, in stable condition and in the cardiology unit of La Timone hospital in Marseille, the Marseille Hospital Authority said. He was expected to remain there for about a week for tests.

Zsa Zsa ‘better,’ still critical

LOS ANGELES – Zsa Zsa Gabor is “doing a little better” but still in critical condition, her husband said Saturday morning.

Gabor fell at her home recently and had hip surgery Monday.

Her husband, Prince Frederic von Anhalt, said that Gabor, who was at the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center, was able to speak a few words but still did not respond to questions. She received a blood transfusion Friday night.

The 93-year-old actress fell in the bedroom of her Beverly Hills home July 17. She injured her hip and also may have suffered a concussion, her publicist, John Blanchette, said.

‘Pretty Wild’ starlet freed

LYNWOOD, Calif. – A reality television starlet who pleaded no contest to felony burglary in connection with a break-in at actor Orlando Bloom’s home was released from a Los Angeles County jail Friday after serving 30 days of a 180-day sentence.

Alexis Neiers, 19, was set free around 7:40 p.m. Friday from the Century Regional Detention Facility in Lynwood, sheriff’s officials said. She agreed to a plea bargain in May.

Neiers was among six people accused of targeting the Hollywood Hills homes of Lindsay Lohan, Paris Hilton, Bloom and others and stealing millions in jewelry, clothing and other luxury goods.

Neiers, an aspiring model who has been the subject of the E! show “Pretty Wild,” was held in the same facility where Lohan is serving 90 days for a probation violation.