12 Celebrity Engagements We Predict Will Happen in 2019
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What’s in store for Hollywood romances in the new year? Our celebrity engagements 2019 predictions include both long-time and short-time couples. From a former Bachelorette contestant who fell in love with a sitcom actress to two Grammy winners who started their romance as mentors on a reality TV show, these Hollywood love stories sure are interesting. Though not every celebrity couple on this list has been dating for a long time (some of these romances started in 2018), there’s no doubt their chemistry is undeniable, and it’s about time to seal the deal with a ring.
2018 didn’t disappoint when it came to whirlwind celebrity engagements and weddings. (Remember when Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas married only months after their engagement? And who could forget Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth’s secret wedding after almost a decade of on-again, off-again dating?) We’re hoping 2019 will follow suit with some fan-favorite celebrity couples putting a ring on it and tying the knot.
So far, this year has already kicked off with some expected engagements. (We’ve been calling Chris Pratt and Katherine Schwarzenegger for a few months now.) But will these predicted couples get engaged in the near future? Only time will tell, but we’re putting our money on “yes.”
Wells Adams and Sarah Hyland
In a very 21st-century way, Adams and Hyland’s romance started in August 2017 when the Modern Family actress tweeted about the Bachelorette alum as the bartender on Bachelor in Paradise. “OH MY GOD @WellsAdams IS THE FRIKKIN BARTENDER?! Best. Season. Ever,” she tweeted, to which Adams responded, “Taking applications for #BIP5 bar backs now. Please send references..Preferably from Phil Dunphy. I’m kidding the job is yours @Sarah_Hyland.” The two went public with their relationship in October 2017 when they celebrated Halloween together as a couple and went as two Stranger Things characters. Since then, the two have been inseparable. They moved in together in August 2018 and celebrated their one-year anniversary in October 2018. But is an engagement in the cards?
In January 2019, Adams told Us Weekly that an engagement is “definitely going to happen.” “Everyone thinks [Sarah and I are] engaged right now. We are not engaged, let me just say that,” he said. “We just moved in together, so I think we’re still kind of, like, feeling each other out, but… it’s gonna happen eventually.” A couple weeks later, Adams responded to haters who think Hyland pays for everything in their relationship, including her own engagement ring. “Can I go on the record right here? I will pay for this ring, I promise you. It will come out of my bank account, okay?” Adams on his podcast, Your Favorite Things, adding that his “pet peeve” is when fans assume “Sarah pays for everything.”