Julianne Hough and Brooks Laich, a Washington Capitals hockey player, announced their engagement on Tuesday with an adorable photo on Instagram.
“We are overwhelmed with joy and excitement to share with you our recent engagement!
#fiancé #love,” the Hough, 27, and Laich, 32, have been dating since February 2014 – and the couple hasn’t been shy with the PDA, locking lips when they reunited at the airport in April and enjoying a romantic New Year’s Eve ice-skating date.
Chris Tyrrell and Hillary Scott: With Hillary Scott providing the vocals and Chris Tyrrell supplying the drumbeat, these two stars of Lady Antebellum are a match made in country heaven.
They met on a Tim Mc Graw tour in 2010 and by 2012 were tying the knot.
"I've found a guy who truly embraces me for who I am and appreciates the things that I don't necessarily love about myself," Scott has said.
To begin with, there's Johnny Cash and June Carter, who set the standard for a showbiz couple from the late 1960s until their deaths in 2003. He inspired me."Tammy Wynette and George Jones: These two didn't make it as husband and wife, but they were always successful as musical partners.Waylon Jennings and Jessi Colter: Before Waylon Jennings died in 2002, the country legend and his partner in life and music, Jessi Colter, had "a beautiful love affair," as Kris Kristofferson once put it. The couple wed in 1969 and soon found themselves mired in a difficult marriage, one that was highlighted in some of their songs.Colter was Jennings' fourth wife, but she says she was the one who truly understood him. Wynette had as hard a time letting go of their union as their fans did; she first filed for divorce in 1973 only to reconsider and then file with more certainty two years later."I just loved him," Colter told CMT after his death. Miranda Lambert and Blake Shelton: We're pretty sure that if Miranda Lambert and Blake Shelton have a kid, that child's going to come out gold.The musical couple are routinely among country's most celebrated and successful artists, not to mention being individually adored by fans.Faith Hill and Tim Mc Graw: With a marriage that's lasted 17 years, Faith Hill and Tim Mc Graw are one of contemporary country music's most enduring couples.