We can't wait to see who takes home top honors at the 2019 Grammys on Feb. 10! Ahead of music's biggest night, Wonderwall.com is introducing you to the nominees' better halves, starting with Dua Lipa, who found herself a model who also cooks! It's safe to say the double nominee (she's up for best new artist and best dance recording for "Electricity") scored in the boyfriend department. The star's beau, Isaac Carew, is a chef who models and has penned his own cookbook, "The Dirty Dishes." Isaac and Dua have been an item off and on over the years, but things are definitely on at the moment. Maybe the duo will make their red carpet debut at the Grammy Awards? Keep reading to get to know the rest of the 2019 nominee crop's significant others…
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Brandi Carlile is a six-time nominee at the 2019 Grammys — making her the most nominated woman at the ceremony this year. When she's not putting out impressive music (which is up for record of the year, album of the year and song of the year, among other prizes), she's enjoyed married life with wife Catherine Shepherd. The longtime loves tied the knot in 2012 and share two daughters: Evangeline Ruth (born in 2014) and Elijah (born in 2018).
Rock stars loves models! Maroon 5's Adam Levine and Victoria's Secret Angel Behati Prinsloo started dating back in 2012. They married in 2014 and have since welcomed two daughters: Dusty Rose in 2016 and Gio Grace in 2018. This year, Adam's band is up for best pop duo/group performance for their song "Girls Like You" with Cardi B.
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Kendrick Lamar and Whitney Alford were high school sweethearts! The couple, who keep things pretty private, met as classmates at Centennial High School in Compton, California, and got engaged in 2015. We'll be curious to see if Whitney is Kendrick's plus one at the 2019 Grammys, where the rapper is up for record the year, song of the year, best song written for visual media and best rap/sung performance for "All the Stars," best rap performance and best rap song for "King's Dead," and album of the year for "Black Panther: The Album."
Chris Stapleton has been happily married to fellow musician Morgane Stapleton since 2007. The two met while working at music publishing houses (Morgane co-wrote Carrie Underwood's 2006 hit "Don't Forget To Remember Me") and now are about to welcome their fifth child in 2019. Chris is up for three Grammys this year — best country album for "From A Room: Volume 2," best country solo performance for "Millionaire" and best pop duo/group performance for "Say Something" with Justin Timberlake.
Beck — who's up for best alternative music album and best pop solo performance for "Colors" — has been married to actress Marissa Ribisi since 2004. The two have two children, son Cosmo (born in 2004) and daughter Tuesday (born in 2007). Fun fact: Marissa is the twin brother of actor Giovanni Ribisi!
Jorja Smith has been dating Joel Compass since September 2017. Prior to that, the best new artist nominee was linked to fellow Grammy nominee Drake — she's thought to have inspired his song "Jaded" on "Scorpion."
2018 was certainly good to country star Maren Morris. Not only did she pick up five Grammy nominations, but she also tied the knot, marrying fellow country singer-songwriter Ryan Hurd in March. The two fittingly first met back in 2013 during a songwriting session while working on a Tim McGraw track called "Last Turn Home." We're sure Ryan will be right by Maren's side as she competes in the record of the year, song of the year and best pop duo/group performance categories for "The Middle," for best country solo performance for "Mona Lisas and Mad Hatters," and for best country song and best country duo/group performance for "Dear Hate."
Lady Gaga is engaged to Christian Carino, a talent agent who's 17 years her senior. The two went public with their romance in February 2017 and sparked engagement rumors in 2018 (Gaga finally confirmed the happy news that October). We're sure he'll be on hand to see if she takes home the record of the year, song of the year, best pop duo/group performance or best song written for visual media awards for "Shallow," or possibly a best pop solo performance Grammy for "Joanne (Where Do You Think You're Goin?)."
Bradley Cooper is nominated for a Grammy! Make that multiple Grammys! The actor, who put on his country crooner hat in the film "A Star is Born," is up for several trophies alongside co-star Lady Gaga — record of the year, song of the year, best pop duo/group performance and best song written for visual media for "Shallow." We can't wait to see him walk the red carpet with his stunning other half, model Irina Shayk. The two, who've been an item since 2015, share daughter Lea, who was born in April 2017.
It's been a long engagement for Christina Aguilera, who's been engaged to boyfriend Matthew Rutler since February 2014. The two share a daughter, Summer, who was born that August, but have no plans to tie the knot thus far. This year at the Grammys, Christina is nominated for best pop duo/group performance for her song "Fall in Line" with Demi Lovato, as well as best rap/sung performance for her song "Like I Do" with GoldLink.
Miguel is a newlywed! The music star married longtime love Nazanin Mandi in November 2018 and a month later collected nominations for best R&B song for "Come Through and Chill," best urban contemporary album for "War & Leisure" and best song written for visual media for "Remember Me" from "Coco."
Camila Cabello has been dating Matthew Hussey since 2017. The two met at the "Today" show, of all places, where Matthew, a dating coach, regularly appears to give relationship advice. We'll be tuning in to see if Matthew and Camila make their red carpet debut as she competes for best pop solo performance for "Havana" and best pop vocal album for "Camila."
Florida Georgia Line is up for best country duo/group performance for the song "Meant To Be" with Bebe Rexha at this year's Grammys. Member Brian Kelley was meant to be with Brittney Marie Cole, whom he wed in 2013.
Florida Georgia Line's Tyler Hubbard is also a married man. He and Hayley Stommel tied the knot in 2015 and welcomed their newest family member — daughter Olivia Rose — in 2017.
Rapper Nipsey Hussle has been with his main squeeze, actress Lauren London, for years. We're sure she'll accompany him on music's biggest night, where he's nominated for best rap album for "Victory Lap."
Fall Out Boy frontman Pete Wentz, whose group is up for best rock album for "MANIA," has been with beauty Meagan Camper since 2011. The two share son Saint, born in 2014, and daughter Marvel, born in 2018.
Best pop vocal album nominee for "Meaning of Life" Kelly Clarkson started dating talent manager Brandon Blackstock back in 2012. The couple married in 2013 and Brandon now serves as Kelly's manager! Since then they've expanded their Blackstock brood, adding daughter River Rose in 2014 and son Remington Alexander in 2016.
Another best pop vocal album nominee, Pink, is also happily married. The singer, whose album "Beautiful Trauma" got her the nod, first met motocross racer Carey Hart back in 2001. The two were on and off for a while, even briefly after marrying in 2006, but have been going strong since 2010. They share daughter Willow, born in 2011, and son Jameson, born in 2016.
Kelsea Ballerini celebrated her first wedding anniversary the same month she picked up a nomination for best country album for "Unapologetically." The singer wed fellow country crooner Morgan Evans in December 2017 after nearly two years of dating.
Little Big Town members Karen Fairchild and Jimi Westbrook have been married since 2006! The talented duo — and half of that popular country group — are up for best country duo/group performance for "When Someone Stops Loving You." As for the other members…
Little Big Town's Kimberly Schlapman found love again after her first husband, Steven Roads, passed away in 2005. She wed Stephen Schlapman in November 2006. The two share daughters Daisy Pearl (born in 2007) and Dolly Grace (born in 2017).
Little Big Town guitarist Philip Sweet rounds out the group. He's also married: He wed Rebecca Arthur back in 2007, the very same year they welcomed their daughter, Penelopi Jane.
Willie Nelson has been married four times, but the fourth was the charm! He's been wed to Annie D'Angelo since 1991. The couple met when she was working as a makeup artist on his 1986 film "Stagecoach," and their relationship went on to be his longest marriage to date. This year, Willie is up for best traditional pop vocal album for "My Way" and best American roots performance for "Last Man Standing."
Best rap album nominee Pusha T got married last year! He tied the knot with Virginia Williams in July 2018.
Sorry, gentlemen. Kacey Musgraves is off the market! The talented country beauty met fellow singer Ruston Kelly at the Bluebird in Nashville in 2016 and the two were engaged by that Christmas Eve. They married in Tennessee in October 2017.
Best traditional pop vocal album nominee for "The Music… The Mem'ries… The Magic!" Barbra Streisand has been happily married to James Brolin since 1998.
Taylor Swift's "Reputation" is up for best pop vocal album, but will her beau, Joe Alwyn, be her plus one? We can't wait to see if Taylor shows up with the gorgeous "The Favourite" actor, whom she's quietly been dating since 2016.
Best new artist nominee Margo Price is married to Jeremy Ivey, who also happens to be a member of her band! She and the guitarist are expecting baby No. 3 in May.
Best pop duo/group performance nominee Justin Timberlake (who's up for "Say Something" with Chris Stapleton) started dating his now-wife, actress Jessica Biel, way back in 2007. The two got engaged in 2011, tied the knot in 2012 and welcomed son Silas in 2015.
There are wedding bells in Grammy nominee Luke Combs' future! The best new artist nominee announced his engagement to longtime girlfriend Nicole Hocking in November 2018.
Travis Scott started dating Kylie Jenner in the spring of 2017 and they welcomed daughter Stormi in February 2018. A year later, he's up for best rap album for "Astroworld" and best rap song and best rap performance for "Sicko Mode."
This year, Keith Urban is up for best country solo performance for "Parallel Line," and we're sure his supportive wife, actress Nicole Kidman, will be by his side. The sweet power couple have been married since 2006. They share daughters Sunday Rose (born in 2008) and Faith Margaret (born in 2010).
Best country duo/group performance nominees Dan + Shay are both spoken for! Member Dan Smyers tied the knot with longtime love Abby Law in May 2017.
The other half of Dan + Shay, Shay Mooney, joined Day Smyers in the married-man club shortly after! Shay married girlfriend Hannah Billingsley, a former Miss Arkansas, in October 2017.
Best traditional R&B performance and best Americana album nominee Bettye LaVette has been happily married to singer, musician and antiques dealer Kevin Kiley since 2003.
Vince Gill is married to another famous face in the music industry — Amy Grant! They met back in 1993 while working on the duet "House of Love" and at the time were both married to other people. Later, once they'd both divorced, they reunited and the rest is history! Vince — who's up for best country song and best country duo/group performance for "Dear Hate" with Maren Morris — married Amy in 2000. The two share a daughter, Corrina, born in 2001.
Gregory Porter, a best traditional pop vocal album nominee for "Nat 'King' Cole & Me," is married to Victoria Porter, whom he met while performing in Russia in 2005. The two share one son, Demyan, seen here with them in 2017.
John Osborne — one half of Brothers Osborne, who are up for best country album for "Port Saint Joe" and best country duo/group performance for "Shoot Me Straight" — met his other half, Lucie Silvas, at a songwriting session way back in 2007. They tied the knot in June 2015 in their living room.