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Jason Aldean Engaged to Brittany Kerr

Jason Aldean proposed to his girlfriend Brittany Kerr on Wednesday (Sept. 24) at the San Diego Zoo, his spokesperson has confirmed.

Kerr is a former American Idol contestant from the 2012 season and a former LadyCat, NBA’s Charlotte Bobcats basketball cheerleaders. Her Instagram bio now describes her simply as “Lucky in love, Animal Lover, Gypsy Life, Roll Tide.”

On Thursday, Kerr Instagrammed a picture of herself at the zoo feeding a sea lion in jean cutoffs, a white tank top and black booties, but no visible sign of an engagement ring. “My man did it again. Today was amazing,” she wrote, without any specific mention of the marriage proposal.

The couple has been openly dating since the summer of 2014 when Aldean brought Kerr as his date to the CMT Music Awards in June. Prior to that, Kerr posted her first photo of the two of them together in May and continues to share photos and videos of the life they are building together.

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This Day in Country Music- September 30th

- 2003, Mercury releases Billy Currington’s self-titled debut album

– 1989, The Judds gallop to #1 on the Billboard country chart with “Let Me Tell You About Love”

– 1985, Steve Earle records “Guitar Town” at Nashville’s Sound Stage

– 1958, Marty Stuart is born in Philadelphia, Mississippi. He plays mandolin for Lester Flatt as a teen before building a solo career that features rockabilly-tinged hits and a Golden Globe nomination. He marries fellow Grand Ole Opry star Connie Smith

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This Day in Country Music- September 29th

- 2005, Kenny Chesney’s “Who You’d Be Today” video and Toby Keith’s “Big Blue Note” debut on CMT

– 1996, Buck Owens, Norro Wilson (“The Grand Tour”), Jerry Chesnut (“A Good Year For The Roses”) and Kenny O’Dell (“Behind Closed Doors”) join the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame during a ceremony at Loews Vanderbilt Plaza in Nashville

– 1973, Guitar player Danick Dupelle is born in Notre-Dame Perrot, Quebec. He joins the Alberta-based band Emerson Drive, which scores hits with “I Should Be Sleeping,” “Fall Into Me” and “Moments”

– 1907, Gene Autry is born in Tioga, Texas. Noted for his signature song “Back In The Saddle Again,” he becomes a recording artist, a movie star and, later, the owner of the California Angels baseball team. He enters the Country Music Hall of Fame in 1969

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This Day in Country Music- September 28th

- 2009, Trace Adkins’ “All I Ask For Anymore” video debuts on CMT

– 2001, The Recording Industry Association of America awards a gold album for Jamie O’Neal’s “Shiver”

– 1974, Waylon Jennings’ “I’m A Ramblin’ Man” resides at #1 on the Billboard country chart

– 1968, She really socks it to ‘em: Jeannie C. Riley goes to #1 in Billboard with “Harper Valley P.T.A.”

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This Day in Country Music- September 27th

- 2012, Emmylou Harris joins Mumford & Sons as a new edition of “CMT Crossroads” debuts. It includes performances of “The Boxer” and “If I Needed You”

– 2007, Sugarland kicks off its first headlining tour at the North Charleston Coliseum in South Carolina. Sponsored by CMT, the tour lineup includes Little Big Town and Jake Owen

– 2002, Brad Paisley’s CMT-sponsored show at Los Angeles’ Universal Amphitheatre ends with a huge jam. “According To Jim” star Jim Belushi sings “The House Is Rockin'” with Paisley and his band, plus Steve Azar, Shannon Lawson and guitarist Albert Lee

– 1977, Patrick Bourque is born in Terrebonne, Quebec. He replaces Jeff Loberg in Emerson Drive in August 2002, just months after the group picked up its first American hit

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