Wonderwall.com is taking a look back at the celeb couples who got engaged in 2021 — or whose engagements came to light this year, starting with this duo… Longtime Bachelor Nation star Amanda Stanton is engaged to Michael Fogel, she announced on social media on Dec. 3. She shared a slideshow of photos on Instagram revealing her enormous diamond engagement ring plus the rings he gave her two daughters from her first marriage. "Michael proposed in the living room in front of the girls & gave them little diamond rings too. Simple & so perfect! Still can't believe I get to marry the best person I know," she wrote. Amanda competed on Ben Higgins' season of "The Bachelor" then got engaged to Josh Murray on "Bachelor in Paradise" season 3 before going on to date Robby Hayes on "BiP" season 4. She later enjoyed romances with Bobby Jacobs and Oren Agman before going public with now-fiancé Michael in early 2021.
Now keep reading for more stars who got engaged this year…
According to Page Six, during a surprise set at the Comedy Cellar in New York City on Dec. 1, Aziz Ansari broke the news that he and his long-term girlfriend, forensic data scientist Serena Skov Campbell, are engaged. The pair were first linked in mid-2018.
Famed fitness trainer Jillian Michaels asked DeShanna Marie Minuto to be her wife on Nov. 27 after three years of dating, People magazine reported. The former "Biggest Loser" star proposed with a 7-carat emerald-cut diamond ring flanked by two single-carat trapezoid diamonds from Mimi's H&H Jewels. "DeShanna is 'all the things' — beautiful, smart, funny, creative, quirky, passionate … I could run down the list of adjectives. Those characteristics obviously attract you to someone. But it's the quality of their character that makes you think 'Thank God for this person laying next to me' every night when you fall asleep," Jillian told People. "It's easy to stay together when everything is going great, but when real life sets in and things get messy, challenging, scary, and even downright ugly — that's when the truth reveals itself. And this woman has revealed herself to be strong beyond measure, wise beyond her years, and loving beyond my wildest dreams. I am so grateful to officially call her mine." Jillian also shared a photo with her bride-to-be after the proposal, captioning the Instagram image, "1153 days… here's to thousands more. She said 'yes.'"
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Lindsay Lohan is engaged! The former child star took to Instagram on Nov. 28 to announce in a photo slideshow that she's planning to wed Bader Shammas. "My love. My life. My family. My future. @bader.shammas #love," she captioned a series of joyful photos with her man in which she's wearing her new engagement ring. People magazine reported that Bader is an assistant vice president at Credit Suisse in Dubai, where the actress has lived for the last seven years. The Independent reported that the couple have been together for two years.
In an essay for Today.com published on Nov. 21, "Today" show contributor Jill Martin revealed that she recently got engaged (again!) to her former fiancé, Erik Brooks. The couple first got engaged in 2019 but broke up in early 2020 when the coronavirus pandemic took a toll on their long-distance relationship. "Deciding to end our engagement last year was heart-wrenching. I used to say, 'It literally takes my breath away to picture my life without him.' But our relationship couldn't stay the way it was. We needed a pause. A long pause. And we took it," Jill wrote, explaining that they reconnected earlier this year when she called him out of the blue on a Thursday afternoon after not speaking for 18 months. She concluded by detailing their "beautiful" but "different" second engagement, which went down on a beach in the Bahamas after they shared a ride on a small fishing boat. (Their first engagement was an extravagant affair.) "Erik simply said, 'I can't wait to spend the rest of forever with you.' And we were engaged. Again," she recalls, adding that it was only once she learned how to be confident on her own that she and Erik "were ready to get back together."
After some major ups and downs in recent years, "Home Improvement" alum Zachery Ty Bryan took to Instagram on Nov. 17 to announce that he's engaged, Us Weekly reported the following week. "You win some and you lose some," he wrote alongside a photo of himself hugging his bride-to-be, whose name hasn't been publicly shared, on his private Instagram account. "I'm thankful for a win … finally!" The former child star split from high school sweetheart Carly Matros in 2020 after 14 years of marriage and four children together. Zachery made headlines later that year when he was arrested on domestic violence charges involving another woman.
On a tropical island at 11:11 p.m. on Nov. 11, after nearly two years of dating, "Basketball Wives" star and executive producer Shaunie O'Neal — who was previously wed to NBA legend Shaquille O'Neal, with whom she shares four children — got engaged to Pastor Keion Henderson, People magazine reported. "This was one of the most magical and special days of my life, being someone that had never officially been proposed to — like no down on one knee and asked 'will you marry me' moment," Shaunie told the magazine in a statement. "And honestly I'm the person that thought I would never in my lifetime experience a love like this. Everything about that night was incredibly amazing." She continued, "I wouldn't change a single thing. As a matter of fact, I wish I could experience it over and over again. Keion is an extraordinary man of God. He's wise, he's supportive, he's so loving and attentive. He loves me and my children in a way that has changed my life and my heart. He makes me want to be better every day. And I pray that I do the same for him. This love is FOREVER and I'm honored and overjoyed to do forever with him."
Taylor Lautner is getting married: The "Twilight" franchise star proposed to his girlfriend of three years, registered nurse Tay Dome, on Nov. 11. "11.11.2021 And just like that, all of my wishes came true," he captioned a slideshow of photos on Instagram that show him down on one knee in front of a fireplace surrounded by candles and hundreds of flowers as he asked his love to be his wife. Tay took to Instagram too where she wrote, "My absolute best friend I CANNOT WAIT TO SPEND FOREVER WITH YOU." The actor replied in the comments, "Got news for you, the feeling is mutual."
"Siesta Key" star Chloe Trautman took to Instagram on Nov. 4 to announce that she and Chris Long got engaged following an 8.2-mile hike at Bryce Canyon National Park in Utah a day earlier. "Yesterday I said YES to my soulmate in Fairyland," the reality TV star captioned a slideshow of photos showing off her nontraditional emerald engagement ring. "As I was standing at the overlook reflecting over all the emotions I felt throughout this hike, I heard Chris say my name and I turned around and there he was down on one knee. We both kind of blacked out and I remember breaking down in tears and saying how crazy this is! He asked me to marry him and I said YES! From the moment I met Chris I knew he was the one. I am in a state of pure bliss and I can't believe I get to spend my life with my best friend!!!" It's unclear how long they've been a couple.
Multiple media outlets reported in late October that "Family Matters" alum Darius McCrary is engaged to Tanya James — the former long-term partner of late funk singer Rick James. It's unclear when exactly the erstwhile Eddie Winslow popped the question, though he first started alluding to an engagement on social media several weeks earlier.
When actor Kal Penn publicly came out as a gay man in an interview with People magazine that hit the internet on Oct. 31 to promote his new book "You Can't Be Serious," he revealed that he's engaged to his boyfriend of 11 years, Josh. The "House," "Designated Survivor" and "Harold and Kumar" franchise star met his longtime love in Washington, D.C., when he was working for President Barack Obama's administration while taking a break from Hollywood. Kal further shared that he and Josh, who's incredibly private, are trying to compromise on what kind of wedding they'll have. "The big disagreement now is whether it's a huge wedding or a tiny wedding. I want the big-a** Indian wedding. Josh, [who] hates attention, [has said], 'Or we could just do [a] quick 20-minute thing with our families and that's it.' So we have to meet halfway in the middle," Kal shared.
Kristen Stewart and her girlfriend of more than two years, screenwriter Dylan Meyer, are engaged, the "Spencer" actress confirmed on "The Howard Stern Show" on Nov. 2. "We're marrying, we're totally gonna do it," K-Stew told Howard, as reported by People magazine. "I wanted to be proposed to, so I think I very distinctly carved out what I wanted and she nailed it. It was really cute, she did very well. We're marrying, it's happening." Kristen went on to explain, "I wasn't specific at all. It's not a given that I would be the one. You know what I mean? With two girls, you never know like who's going to fulfill what weird f****** gender role thing. We don't do that or think about it in those terms. She just … made it happen. It was f****** so cute." The pair met on a movie set seven years ago and were first publicly linked as a couple in the summer of 2019.
Broadway and TV star Kristin Chenoweth is getting hitched! After three years of dating, guitarist Josh Bryant asked her to be his wife with a Rahaminov Forevermark three-stone Halo ring on the rooftop of New York City's Rainbow Room on Oct. 27, People magazine confirmed. "Guess you're stuck with me now, @joshbguitar. I love you and I'm never letting you go. A million times yes!!!" she captioned a photo slideshow depicting the beautiful proposal.
Talk show host Wendy Williams' ex-husband of two decades, Kevin Hunter — whom she filed to divorce in 2019 after his mistress, Sharina Hudson, gave birth to their daughter — is now engaged to his other woman, the U.S. Sun reported on Oct. 26. A source further told Page Six that Kevin bought Sharina an $80,000 ring in 2020. Though it's unclear when he proposed, Sharina was seen wearing the sparkler on Instagram as far back as April 2020 (pictured).
On Oct. 25 — four months after he left his longtime gig hosting "The Bachelor" and all its franchises — Chris Harrison popped the question to "Entertainment Tonight" correspondent Lauren Zima, whom he started dating in 2018. "I love you @laurenzima The next chapter starts now!" he captioned a slideshow of photos depicting the proposal, which happened at California's Brand Napa Valley winery and vineyards. Added Lauren in a post of her own, "We tell each other this all the time, and we said it again in an unforgettably beautiful moment this weekend: I didn't know love could be like this. You are the most incredible partner. Thank you for loving me, championing me and asking me to marry you. Here's to the next amazing chapter, and all the rest."
"The Real Housewives of Atlanta" alum Falynn Pina (who was previously known as Falynn Guobadia) took to Instagram on Oct. 17 to announce that she's engaged to Jaylan Banks, with whom she's currently expecting a child. (She has three sons from a previous marriage.) "I said YES!!! I have no clue how @itsjaylanbanks pulled this big surprise off but I have not stopped balling my eyes out. I love you baby," Falynn captioned a photo of herself wearing her new engagement ring. Jaylan, meanwhile, captioned a slideshow of pics from the night they got engaged, "Meeting you was fate, becoming your friend was a choice, but falling in love with you was beyond my control." They started dating earlier this year amid her split from Simon Guobadia, who's now engaged to Porsha Williams — Falynn's former "RHOA" co-star. (Back in June, Simon accused Falynn of cheating on him with Jaylan.)
Teresa Giudice and her boyfriend of a little more than year, Luis "Louie" Ruelas, got engaged at the Amanzoe Resort in Porto Heli, Greece, on Oct. 19. People magazine published exclusive photos from the elaborate proposal, which culminated in a "choreographed fireworks display" that a witness described as "absolutely exquisite." According to the insider, the "Real Housewives of New Jersey" star was "completely surprised" by the question-popping, though she said back in March that the businessman was her "soulmate" and that marriage was likely in the cards for them.
Kourtney Kardashian said yes when blink-182 drummer Travis Barker got down on one knee and proposed on the beach in front of the Rosewood Miramar hotel in Montecito, California, at sunset on Oct. 17. Travis conspired with Kardashian family florist Jeff Leatham, who set up thousands of red roses on the sand in the shape of a giant heart. "They had just got back from NYC [where Travis performed on 'Saturday Night Live'] and decided to do a day trip to Montecito. Kourtney thought it was going to be a casual day, as they always go to Rosewood, and she was totally thrown off," a source told E! News, adding that the mother of three — who's never been married — "knew the second she walked down the steps and saw the huge floral arrangements that it was happening." After Travis presented Kourtney with an enormous oval diamond ring — which his daughter Alabama revealed on her Instagram Story later that night — the pair celebrated at a dinner inside the resort with their families. The bride-to-be posted photos from the proposal on Instagram, captioning them simply, "forever."
On Oct. 14, Madison LeCroy announced that she and her long-distance boyfriend of just six months are engaged. "When you know you know," she captioned a photo of herself and her beau on Instagram. She later told People magazine that her love — whom she's only identified as Brett so far — popped the question on Oct. 8 while belatedly celebrating her 31st birthday with her and her son from a previous relationship, Hudson. "I honestly was not expecting it that day," she said, adding that she's been "crying like crazy from joy" ever since. The "Southern Charm" star — who shot into the spotlight when she was linked to Alex Rodriguez amid his engagement to Jennifer Lopez — shared that Brett, who lives in California, had been planning to propose for a few months and even asked for her son's permission to pop the question.
Three couples got engaged on the season 7 "Bachelor in Paradise" finale that aired on Oct. 5. Kenny Braasch got down on one knee to pop the question to Mari Pepin, who accepted. Joe Amabile proposed to Serena Pitt, who also said yes. And Riley Christian and Maurissa Gunn also revealed plans to wed.
Three months after finalizing her divorce from second husband Ant Anstead, HGTV personality Christina Haack is engaged to a new man. The "Flip or Flop" and "Christina on the Coast" star confirmed the news — which had been rumored for weeks after she posted then deleted photos of herself wearing a diamond ring — on Instagram on Sept. 20. She captioned a slideshow of photos featuring new fiancé Joshua Hall, a Texas realtor she started seeing in the spring of 2021, with heart, infinity, lock, key and diamond ring emojis.
On Sept. 14, "Fast & Furious" franchise star Jordana Brewster announced her engagement to tech CEO Mason Morfit, whom she's been dating since the summer of 2020. "JB soon to be JBM," she captioned a photo of them at the beach in which her new diamond engagement ring can be seen. This will be the actress's second marriage. She and producer Andrew Form, with whom she shares two children, split in May 2020 after a decade of marriage.
After nearly five years as a couple and one daughter together, Kate Hudson and Danny Fujikawa are engaged, the actress announced on Instagram on Sept. 13. "Let's go!" she captioned this selfie that Danny, a musician and Lightwave Records founder, snapped of them embracing on a hilltop overlooking the ocean, adding bride, groom and chapel emojis. Later that same day, Kate debuted her gorgeous new engagement ring at the 2021 Met Gala.
On Sept. 12, Britney Spears took to Instagram to announce that she and long-term boyfriend Sam Asghari are engaged. "I can't f****** believe it," she captioned a video of herself and her beau posing together while showing off her new engagement bling, which was reportedly designed by New York City-based jeweler Roman Malayev. (Sam also shared a photo of himself kissing the pop star as she showed off the simple yet elegant sparkler.) The model-actor's manager confirmed the engagement news to People magazine, saying, "The couple made their long-standing relationship official today and are deeply touched by the support, dedication and love expressed to them." Less than two weeks earlier, Sam sparked rumors that he was gearing up to propose when he was spotted looking at rings at the Cartier boutique in Beverly Hills.
Brooke Burke and her love of two years, Scott Rigsby, are engaged, People magazine announced on Sept. 9 alongside exclusive photos of the couple celebrating their big news on a boat in Capri, Italy, as the TV host showed off her enormous diamond ring. A day later while speaking to "Extra" host Billy Bush, Scott revealed he had the ring for two weeks and popped the question "[right] before we got on the plane to come out" to Italy.
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"Death Death" and "The Carrie Diaries" actress AnnaSophia Robb announced her engagement to love Trevor Paul on Sept. 7. "I want to be with you everywhere! And now I get to We got engaged!!! YAHHHHOOOOOOO! He's my best friend, the greatest man I know, & a real bad b****, I feel pure joy beginning the rest of our lives together!" the "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory" and "Soul Surfer" star captioned an Instagram photo slideshow that included this shot with her sparkling ring.
On Aug. 26, Instagram gossip account Deux Moi and People magazine, citing a source, reported that movie star Diane Kruger and "The Walking Dead" lead Norman Reedus are engaged. The couple, who went public with their romance in 2017, welcomed a daughter together in 2018.
"Modern Family" alum Eric Stonestreet and his love of more than five years, Lindsay Schweitzer, are engaged, he announced in a sweet and humorous Instagram slideshow on Aug. 22. The Emmy winner and the pediatric nurse met at a charity event in Kansas City in 2016.
"Shahs of Sunset" star Mike Shouhed and Paulina Ben-Cohen are engaged, he revealed on the show's Bravo reunion special on Aug. 22. The news comes after a period of ups and downs including a sexting scandal they've since worked through.
After just a few months of dating, former Food Network star Sandra Lee got engaged to interfaith leader, actor and producer Ben Youcef, the New York Post reported on Aug. 14. The proposal appears to have come while the pair were in Paris in the midst of a loved-up European summer vacation, as Sandra was photographed with a huge sparker on her ring finger there. According to Page Six, Sandra met her love at a charity event in Santa Monica, California, in March. It's her first major relationship since her 14-year romance with former New York Governor Andrew Cuomo, from whom she split in 2019. On Aug. 17, DailyMail.com reported that despite the engagement, the Algerian actor isn't yet free to marry Sandra: He's still legally wed to real estate broker Apryl Stephenson, with whom he has 5-year-old twins. "We are going through a divorce and I wish Ben and Sandra the best of luck. But I have nothing more to say," his estranged wife told the outlet.
Former professional baseball player and "The Real Housewives of Orange County" alum Jim Edmonds is ready to marry for the third time. On Aug. 12, Kortnie O'Connor took to Instagram to announce that her boyfriend of about a year and a half had popped the question in July. "Dear Diary, A month ago, Jimmy asked me to marry him in the most intimate and personal way. I said yes! Love, Kortnie," she captioned a photo of herself showing off her diamond engagement ring. Jim split from "RHOC" star Meghan King in late 2019.
Joey Lawrence is engaged to his girlfriend of about a year, actress Samantha Cope, Us Weekly reported on Aug. 9. The couple connected on the set of the upcoming Lifetime made-for-TV movie "A Deadly Deed" right around the time the "Blossom" alum and former teen heartthrob filed to divorce his wife of 15 years, Chandie Yawn-Nelson.
On Aug. 6, "Awkward" alum Beau Mirchoff took to Instagram to reveal that he proposed to his girlfriend of a little more than a year, psychologist Jenny Meinen, in front of the Eiffel Tower in Paris. "The love of my life said oui!" the "Good Trouble" star captioned a slideshow of photos from their engagement.
On Aug. 10, actress Sophia Bush revealed on Instagram that her love of more than a year, entrepreneur Grant Hughes, got down on one knee on a boat on Lake Como, Italy, and asked her to be his wife. The "One Tree Hill" alum shared a photo of the proposal, captioning it, "So it turns out that being your favorite person's favorite person is the actual best feeling on planet Earth #YES." She called her engagement "the most incredible, moving surprise of my life," adding, "My heart. It bursts."
"The Bachelorette" season 17 star Katie Thurston accepted a proposal from contestant Blake Moynes on the finale episode of the show, which aired on Aug 9. The Canadian wildlife manager presented the marketing manager with a platinum Neil Lane ring featuring a 3-carat oval-shaped center diamond set within a halo of 90 smaller diamonds in a crown motif. But just two months later, it was over: The pair announced the end of their engagement and their romance on Oct. 25.
The late Paul Walker's daughter, Meadow Walker, is engaged, media outlets reported on Aug. 9 after the model shared an Instagram video of herself in a pool showing off a new piece of jewelry on her left hand — an engagement ring from actor boyfriend Louis Thornton-Allan. The couple tied the knot in October.
Reality TV's Ronnie Ortiz-Magro is ready to wed. On June 21, the "Jersey Shore" star confirmed on Instagram that he'd proposed to girlfriend Saffire Matos, whom he met in early 2020. Ronnie posted a photo showing Saffire's ring and the scene of their beach engagement, captioning it, "I love you 💕 Thank you for sticking by my side through thick and thin! Til death do us part! #SheSaidYes."
"Orange Is the New Black" alum Taryn Manning accepted a marriage proposal from musician love Anne Cline during the singer-songwriter's performance at a bar and grill in Panama City, Florida, on June 11. TMZ posted a video of the moment Anne hopped off the stage and got down on one knee in front of the actress and slipped a ring on her finger. "It was the easiest YES I ever said!" Taryn told TMZ through her rep, who confirmed the engagement news. But it didn't last: In early October, news that they'd split had emerged.
Entertainer Frankie Grande popped the question to his boyfriend of two years, Hale Leon, on June 8, the couple told People magazine. Frankie — whose sister, pop star Ariana Grande, got married just a few weeks before he got engaged — brought Hale, whom he met at a line-dancing bar in 2019, to Dreamscape, an immersive virtual reality adventure venue in Los Angeles where they shared one of their first dates. He proposed in a custom ending to their VR experience. "It was such a perfect, beautiful moment," he told People. "Hale was completely surprised and we both started crying tears of joy. I have been working on proposing to him in virtual reality for over a year and it was ABSOLUTELY breathtaking for us both."
Grammy-winning musician, songwriter and producer Mark Ronson is engaged to actress Grace Gummer, he confirmed on the June 7 episode of his "The FADER Uncovered" podcast. The couple, who were first photographed together in September 2020, sparked engagement speculation after the "Mr. Robot," "Extant" and "American Horror Story: Freak Show" actress (who's the daughter of movie star Meryl Streep and sculptor Don Gummer) was seen wearing a diamond sparkler on her left hand in May while in London with Mark (who's from a famous family himself: His stepdad is Foreigner guitarist Mick Jones and his sisters are DJ Samantha Ronson and fashion designer Charlotte Ronson). They married in August. It's the second marriage for both: Grace split from "Nomadland" actor Tay Strathairn in 2019, and Mark's marriage to French actress Joséphine de La Baume ended in 2018.
On May 30, singer and reality TV personality Courtney Stodden announced on Instagram that they and boyfriend Chris Sheng were engaged. The "Celebrity Big Brother" alum — who came out as nonbinary in April — showed off their new diamond sparkler in an Instagram video captioned, "I said yes …OH and the ring made me gag it's so beautiful." In a separate post, Chris explained that he knew it was the right moment to pop the question. "We have both grown so much since we first met, and the fact that we have both been able to grow into better, stronger, more secure individuals while still being in a relationship together makes me have faith that this partnership will last a lifetime," he wrote.
"Vanderpump Rules" star James Kennedy asked girlfriend Raquel Leviss to be his wife with a Coachella music festival-themed proposal in the California desert on May 14. "James proposed at the iconic Empire Polo Fields of 'RACHELLA' Friday night… And I said YES! I'm over the Coachella moon," the bride-to-be wrote on Instagram alongside a slideshow of pictures from their special night (including one of her new ring). But it wouldn't last: In December, the pair announced that they'd split after five years together.
On May 13, actress Kat Dennings and rocker Andrew W.K. took to Instagram to announce their engagement — just 10 days after they publicly revealed they're a couple. "Don't mind if I do," the Marvel actress captioned a slideshow of photos showing off her new engagement ring.
A fan-favorite Bachelor Nation couple are engaged: On May 11, Kaitlyn Bristowe took to Instagram to reveal that Jason Tartick had proposed, and she shared multiple photos showing off her enormous diamond ring. "Don't pinch me," she captioned the images. Jason — who was a contestant on season 14 of "The Bachelorette" — also posted several pics including one snapped as he popped the question while Kaitlyn, who starred on season 11 of "The Bachelorette," was recording her "Off the Vine" podcast. "Choosing your forever is the most important decision in the world, @kaitlynbristowe you made that decision so easy!" he captioned his slideshow. "Love you to death and forever." The pair have been a couple since early 2019.
"The Real Housewives of Atlanta" star Porsha Williams is engaged to a co-star's estranged husband. On May 10, Porsha — who split from fiancé Dennis McKinley in 2020 after years of ups and downs — took to Instagram to confirm her new relationship with Simon Guobadia. "RHOA" star Falynn Guobadia announced in April that she and Simon were ending their two-year marriage, but Porsha wanted fans to know that "Simon filed for divorce from a previous marriage in January. I had nothing to do with their divorce filing," she wrote on Instagram, adding that "Falynn and I are not friends, and Simon's divorce has been settled." Porsha admitted that things moved quickly. "Our relationship began a month ago — yes we are crazy in love," she captioned a selfie with her new fiancé. "I know it's fast but we are living life each day to its fullest. I choose happiness every morning and every night…" Simon confirmed their engagement in an Instagram post of his own, writing in a lengthy message, "I asked her to marry me because we checked ALL of each other's boxes, and then some." He also shared a photo of her huge emerald-cut engagement ring.
Tallulah Willis is engaged! The Wyllis clothing and lifestyle brand founder — who's also famous for being one of Demi Moore and Bruce Willis's three daughters — announced the happy news on social media on May 4, posting a slideshow showing the moment director Dillon Buss popped the question. "with absolute most certainty," she captioned the pics. She also shared a video debuting her enormous engagement ring on Instagram. Dillon also took to social media to rejoice, captioning a slideshow of his own, "I can finally call you my fiancé. Love you forever Buuski Lu, you are my best friend ❤️ #maythefourthbewithus."
"Teen Mom OG" star Cheyenne Floyd announced on Instagram on April 25 that she'd accepted a proposal from Zach Davis. "Speechless… We said Yessss! Today was perfect! I cannot put it into words yet but this is a moment I will cherish forever. Thank you @z.terrel I love youuuuuu!!" she captioned a slideshow capturing their engagement, which took place during a baby shower celebrating the impending birth of their first child together, a son. (Cheyenne also has a daughter, Ryder, from a previous relationship.) "She said yes! Put a ring on both of their fingers! I love you fiancé @cheynotshy today we celebrate a lifetime together!" Zach captioned a slideshow of his own. The off-and-on duo rekindled their romance in late 2020.
British model and reality TV star Katie Price, who used to go by the name Jordan, announced on Instagram on April 20 that she and her boyfriend of less than a year, Carl Woods, got engaged. "I said yes!" she captioned a photo of herself and her new fiancé showing off her new ring. She told OK! Magazine of the proposal, "We'd spoken about it a lot, so I knew he was going to, I just didn't know when. It was amazing."
Julien Solomita revealed during an April 15 Twitch stream that he and fellow YouTube star Jenna Marbles got engaged after about eight years of being together. "A little while ago, I asked Jenna to marry me and she said yes, so we are engaged," he said, as reported by Just Jared.
On April 7 — after a year of courting — "Bringing Up Bates" star Katie Bates accepted a marriage proposal from boyfriend Travis Clark at The Reach Key West resort in Florida. "Taking this next step in our relationship is something we have prayed about and have looked forward to for a long time! We are excited about what God is doing in our lives, and we can't wait to see what He has in store for our future," she told Us Weekly. "Travis put so much effort and thought into making this day perfect for me. … It was absolutely magical, and I can't wait to spend the rest of my life with my best friend!"
"Sharknado" franchise actress Jena Sims announced on Instagram on April 1 that she and professional golfer Brooks Koepka got engaged. "Forever is no joke," she captioned a slideshow depicting his proposal. The athlete, meanwhile, shared on his Instagram Story that he popped the question nearly a month earlier on March 3. The duo met in 2015 but didn't start dating until two years later.
Bethenny Frankel is ready to marry again! On March 23 — the same day Page Six confirmed that the former "The Real Housewives of New York City" star's divorce from Jason Hoppy had been finalized an insane eight years after she filed — People magazine confirmed that the Skinnygirl brand mogul is now engaged to real estate developer and film producer Paul Bernon. Bethenny and Paul started dating in 2018 and, after a brief split in the fall of 2020, reconciled in early 2021.
On March 20, Italian singer-actor Benjamin Mascolo took to Instagram to announce that he and former Disney star Bella Thorne are engaged after two years together. "She said yes!" he captioned a slideshow of photos with his love, who later took to her Instagram Stories to share a close-up video of her beautiful pear-shaped diamond ring. "He knows exactly my style," she gushed.
On March 16, "Southern Charm" alum Ashley Jacobs announced that she and Mike Appel are engaged. "My fiancé!! (Kinda has a nice 'ring' to it!)," she captioned an Instagram slideshow of photos showing his proposal, which took place during a snowmobile ride in Park City, Utah, on Feb. 26. "After a year and half of dating, we can both agree that this adventure we're on together is just getting started," the blonde beauty, who previously dated Thomas Ravenel, told People magazine. "We're a great team and we can't wait for what's ahead! Buckle up!" she added.
"Jersey Shore" star Jenni "JWoww" Farley took to Instagram on March 9 to announce that she and off-and-on love Zack Clayton Carpinello got engaged "on the top of the Empire State Building" on her 35th birthday: Feb. 27. The wrestler wrote of the engagement on Instagram, "My always and forever. You made me the happiest I've ever been. I love you more than anything."
"RuPaul's Drag Race" judge Ross Mathews — who shot to fame as "Ross the Intern" on "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno" — announced on Instagram on Feb. 23 that he proposed to his boyfriend of about a year, Dr. Wellington García. "I am so proud to announce that after over a year together — navigating a pandemic, quarantine and opposite coasts — the smartest, funniest and kindest man I've ever met said, 'Yes!' Dr. García, I love you. A lifetime of adventure awaits," he captioned a photo of himself and his beau. Ross also opened up about the engagement on "The Drew Barrymore Show," on which he regularly appears: "About a year ago, I met somebody who just changed my life totally," he said. "He is an educator and he's hilarious and he's the smartest person I ever met. And, you know, Beyonce says, 'If you like it then you should've put a ring on it.' Well, I did. I did! … I can't even believe it, but yes, I am the happiest man. I met somebody so extraordinary." He added that they "started dating right before the pandemic" and got to know each other "through quarantine, making those Zoom dates and then eventually traveling and being together and making it work."
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On Feb. 6 — while accepting his third NFL MVP award during the NFL Honors event — Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers revealed that he "got engaged" in 2020. Two days later, People magazine confirmed that he popped the question to "Big Little Lies" star Shailene Woodley — to whom he was first romantically linked in the summer of 2020. On the Feb. 22 episode of "The Tonight Show," Shailene confirmed their engagement herself, explaining, "Everyone right now is freaking out over it and we're like, 'Yeah, we've been engaged for a while.'" She also admitted she never thought she'd grow up to marry someone who "throws balls for a living," adding, "I still have never been to a football game because we met during this wacky, wacky time and all the stadiums were closed that he was playing in."
Paris Hilton announced on Instagram on Feb. 17 that her boyfriend, venture capitalist Carter Reum, proposed four days earlier while celebrating her 40th birthday on a private island. It's her fourth engagement: She previously accepted proposals from Jason Shaw, Paris Latsis and Chris Zylka. Paris and Carter tied the knot in November.
Azealia Banks announced on Instagram on Feb. 21 that she and artist Ryder Ripps are engaged. "I said yes!!! [Ryder] and I are engaged," she wrote across a photo of her hand adorned with a gold ring featuring a menorah. It's unclear when they started seeing each other, though the singer first started posting about her beau on social media earlier this year.
On Jan. 1, Naturi Naughton announced on Instagram and via Essence that two days before Christmas 2020, she accepted a marriage proposal from her secret boyfriend of two years. Page Six later reported that her mystery man is a "Southern gentleman" who works in the music industry whom she met through "Power" co-star Omari Hardwick.
"One Tree Hill" alum Shantel VanSanten, who currently stars on "The Boys" and "For All Mankind," and actor Victor Webster announced on Instagram on Feb. 10 that they're engaged. The duo co-starred in the 2017 Hallmark Channel made-for-TV movie "Love Blossoms."
"Ladies of London" alum Caroline Stanbury announced on Instagram on Jan. 2 that she and former professional soccer player Sergio Carrallo got engaged while exploring the Himalayas in Nepal. The former Bravo star revealed her romance with the former Real Madrid player in July — less than seven months after she announced that she and her husband of 17 years, Cem Habib, were calling it quits.
Kate Bock announced on Instagram on Jan. 31 that she and her boyfriend of four years, professional basketball player Kevin Love, are engaged. According to Us Weekly, the athlete popped the question during dinner at Lilia in New York City, and the bride-to-be didn't see it coming: "I was completely surprised!" she gushed.
On Feb. 19 — after Kodak Black hinted on his Instagram Story that he and rapper Mellow Rackz had gotten engaged — his attorney confirmed the happy news to Complex. The bride-to-be also showed off her massive engagement bling on Instagram, captioning a slideshow of photos of herself and Kodak, "Mrs. Kapri. I said yes." (His real name is Bill K. Kapri.)
On Feb. 10, Adam Rippon announced on Instagram that he and his boyfriend of about three years, Jussi-Pekka Kajaala, got engaged in Finland late last year. The Olympian told People magazine that he and his beau popped the question simultaneously so they "both got to be the one who proposed!"
Donald Trump's youngest daughter, Tiffany Trump, took to Instagram on Jan. 19 to announce that she's engaged to her boyfriend of two years, Michael Boulos. According to Page Six, he proposed in the Rose Garden at the White House over the weekend of Jan. 16.
On Jan. 2, "Floribama Shore" star Nilsa Prowant announced on Instagram that she and Gus Gazda are engaged. The pair are also expecting their first child together.
"Big Brother" stars Angela Rummans and Tyler Crispen took to Instagram on Jan. 31 to announce they got engaged on the beach at Hilton Head Island in South Carolina.
"The Challenge" star Derrick Kosinski proposed to his girlfriend of three years, registered nurse Nicole Gruman, at Coopers Rock State Forest in West Virginia on Jan. 19.
Drew Barrymore's ex-husband, Chanel scion Will Kopelman, got engaged to his new girlfriend, Vogue editor Alexandra Michler, on Jan. 30, he announced on Instagram. The duo were first publicly linked in late 2020.
On Jan. 14, choreographer Shirlene Quigley announced on Instagram that she and "Thank U, Next" co-writer Tayla Parx are engaged.