Has got engaged
The 23-year-old country singer was proposed to on Christmas Day by her boyfriend of just nine months, Morgan Evans, who popped the question while the blonde beauty was burning food. Sharing the romantic moment on Instagram, she wrote: "This morning, 9 months and 13 days later, he got down on one knee in the kitchen while I was burning pancakes and asked me to marry him. Loving him has been the greatest gift of my life. And now I get to do it for life. #HECALLEDDIBS. (sic)" Kelsea also took to Twitter to share a close-up of the stunning ring. Alongside the pic, she wrote: "I GET TO MARRY MY AUSSIE. my heart is bursting from loving this human so much. luckiest girl in the world. (sic)" Morgan - who is also a well-respected musician - had her diamond sparkler custom made in Nashville, Tennessee and said he wanted something "classic and beautiful" just like his wife-to-be. He told PeopleStyle: "I had the ring custom made with a diamond I picked from a local designer here in Nashville. I wanted it to be classic and beautiful, like her." And Kelsea now has another reason to keep in shape, fitting into a wedding gown, and she will also need to choose a dress to wear to the 2017 Grammy Awards on February 12, where she is nominated for Best New Artist. The 'Love Me Like You Mean It' hitmaker previously admitted she had only recently taken up regular exercise so she can stay in great shape on tour. At the time, she spilled: "I just started working out a month ago, because I hate it. I don't love cardio, but I want to feel stronger and I want to feel toned, so we do smaller weights and a ton of reps. I noticed I have more endurance now when I'm running around performing." Kelsea and Morgan are yet to set a date for their big day.
The 46-year-old singer spent Christmas with backing dancer Bryan Tanaka, who she started dating after splitting from billionaire businessman James Packer in October, and friends say she is head over heels for him. A source told Entertainment Tonight: "She's into him now. He gets along really well with her twins, Moroccan and Monroe. "She bought him lavish designer Christmas gifts from the Aspen boutiques. "They walk around holding each other's hands and are always very affectionate. [They're] always smooching." Mariah, Bryan and her twins, whose father is Mariah's ex-husband Nick Cannon, are staying in a beautiful house in Aspen, courtesy of AirBnB and there is plenty of space for each of them to relax in as the property has no less than five bedrooms, five bathrooms, two living rooms as well as a games room, a cinema room, a gym and a sauna. Meanwhile, Mariah's ex-husband Nick Cannon, who is the father of her five-year-old twins is spending the festive season under the care of medical staff as he is currently being treated for complications relating to autoimmune disease Lupus. He posted a picture of himself hooked up to a monitor in Los Angeles' Cedars-Sinai Hospital and wrote: "For all who have been trying to contact me the last few days this is where I've been. And I will be in the Hospital through Christmas. "All good though, Doctors say I will be back to normal before the New Year. #LupusSucks #ncredible #warrior.(sic)" The 36-year-old star - who was diagnosed with the disease in 2012 - was hospitalized over the summer for exhaustion and vowed at the time to take better care of himself. He wrote at the time: "Don't worry, Temporary pit stop... Sometimes I can be a little too bull headed and stubborn. I gotta stop running my body to the ground." Earlier this year, Nick insisted he was healthier than he's ever been because he has done so much research into Lupus. He said: "I'm healthier now than I've ever been before, because of the research, because of the education that I've received on the proper things to eat and the proper things to put into my body - what can cause flare ups and what can't, and preventative measures and all of these things. And when you can share that information and share knowledge and research, I think that helps more than anything. "You learn that this is something that you can live with and actually overcome with the proper research and with the proper support system."— Bang Showbiz