Country songstress Kacey Musgraves has finally married fiancé Ruston Kelly on Saturday evening in Tennessee.
Teasing her wedding, Musgraves took to Twitter few hours ahead of their wedding. "Today," she just wrote in short. While Kelly who also seemed excited with the idea of getting hooked took to his social media page "I'm like, getting married today," he revealed.
— K A C E Y (@KaceyMusgraves) October 14, 2017
I'm like, getting married today. — Ruston Kelly (@RustonKelly) October 14, 2017
Musgraves started seeing Kelly in 2016 when adorable pictures of the two began surfacing on social media. Kelly is a Nashville-based artist who has worked with an array of stars like Kenny Chesney, Tim McGraw, and the Josh Abbott Band.
Earlier in 2016 Musgraves got engaged to Kelly and she had written elaborately about the proposal on social media. She gushed and said that it was all very special for her as it happened in tiny Golden, Texas. Interestingly their engagement had taken place during the Christmas Eve and she was very excited about the whole deal and also shared a picture of her ring on Instagram.
The lovebirds also shared their PDA moments on Valentine's Day, celebrating their engagement and wore matching green gingham outfits.The 29-year-old singer had also shared how she celebrated her bachelorette party. She had written on Instagram that she had a party with fanny packs, fireworks, games and almost everything under the sun to enjoy the moment.
The singer-songwriter began to write songs when she was eight years old and she wrote her song for her elementary school graduation called "Notice Me." The critically acclaimed singer won the Grammy for Best Country Album at the 56th Grammy Awards in 2014.The country singer faced a backlash when she had commented about the Orlando shooting which happened in 2016.and was termed insensitive for her choice of words.
A man had opened fire in a gay club in Orlando killing 50 people and wounding at least 50 more in the country's deadliest mass shooting ever. The singer had written that everyone should go back to the days where people carried revolvers and a person who would want to disturb peace would think twice. Such a pro-gun comment of hers was not taken too well.