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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

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