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Rimes gets engaged to Cibrian

Monday, December 27, 2010 – LeAnn Rimes is engaged to actor Eddie Cibrian, it was announced Monday.

This will be the second marriage for Rimes, who was divorced from dancer Dean Sheremet. The two married in 2002 and divorced earlier this year. At the same time, Rimes became involved with Cibrian, her co-star with "Northern Lights." Cibrian, the father of two children, left his wife for Rimes and filed for divorce in August 2009, after 8 years of marriage

In a Twitter post, Rimes said Monday, "Thank you for all your well wishes!! We are extremely excited and look forward to a beautiful future. It's been an incredible last few days, I was shocked!!! We are blessed, our families are so happy and our lives are filled with love."

"We got engaged on Christmas Eve, period the end. We've never been engaged to each other at all before that. We've always known that's where it was headed, but never was it official until now and we couldn't be happier," Rimes said in a post.

There was no word on when the wedding would be.


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