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HARDY gets engaged

Monday, August 23, 2021 – HARDY no longer has a girlfriend, he disclosed on social media. Instead, he now has a fiance, Caleigh Ryan.

HARDY announced on Facebook, "I'm not her boyfriend anymore." A picture showed him getting down on one knee with what appears to be a ring in his hand.

A picture on her Instagram account shows the two kissing with her posting, "WE'RE GETTING MARRIED!!! 💍" The photo was taken outside the Lyric Theater in Oxford, Miss.

That's where the singer and the 2019 University of Mississippi graduate met. "He was playing cajon (lol) for @hunterphelpsmusic at The Lyric that night:)," Ryan said.

HARDY was born in Philadelphia, Miss. He wrote Morgan Wallen's hit "Up Down." HARDY also co-wrote Florida Georgia Line's singles "Simple" and "Talk You Out of It", Blake Shelton's singles "God's Country"and "Hell Right," "Drop" by Dallas Smith, Chris Lane's single "I Don't Know About You" and Jameson Rodgers' debut single "Some Girls."

Ryan is the marketing coordinator for Graduate Hotels in Nashville.


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