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Alaina gets engaged

Tuesday, November 22, 2022 – Laura Alaina got engaged over the weekened.

The singer announced the news at the Grand Ole Opry where she was performing on Saturday night.

Alaina posted on social media, "y'all. My best friend, @arnold.cam, asked me to marry him, and I announced it at my favorite place in the world, @opry. I didn't know happiness and excitement like this existed. I can't wait to be Mrs. Cameron Scott Arnold."

At the Opry, Alaina announced the news and asked Arnold to come out to applause from the crowd.

Alain told the Opry crowd, "I was welcome into this family and it's been a dream of mine ever since I can remember, and I didn't think this year could get any better, and yesterday I got asked into another family." With that, she raised her left hand to reveal her engagement ring.


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