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Sam Hunt Is Reportedly Getting Married Tomorrow!

Spoiler: The ceremony's not in Montevallo. 

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Sam Hunt and Hannah Lee Fowler
Photography by: Sam Hunt via Instagram

Sam Hunt recently revealed that he'd be tying the knot sometime this year. It turns out that "sometime" will actually be tomorrow, and TMZ released the exclusive intel on the country singer's wedding to fiancée Hannah Lee Fowler.

 

SAM HUNT SPILLS THAT IS WEDDING IS ONLY MONTHS AWAY

 

Hunt and Fowler are set to marry in the groom's hometown, Cedartown, Georgia. Sources told TMZ that the event will be low-key, with only close friends and family allowed. Upping the privacy ante, the couple won't be releasing any photographs to the media. They'll be shooting a wedding video, but it's unclear if that'll go public. Despite the wedding's small scale, though, sources denied that the celebration's low-budget. The acclaimed Olia Zavozina—a Nashville-based bridal designer who designed Hunt's latest ACMs outfit—is dressing the groomsmen, bridesmaids, and bride, the last of which has a "super expensive" dress.

 

The future Mr. and Mrs. Hunt got engaged just this January and recently made headlines at this year's American Country Music Awards, when Hunt descended the stage during his performance to sit next to his bride-to-be. Fowler—a nurse who tends to avoid the spotlight—was adorably bashful during the serenade.

 

 

Hunt's been wearing his wedding ring for a while, which he explained in an interview with Entertainment Tonight before the awards show (see video). "I put it on to try it on, and decided it felt too good and I didn't want to take it off," Hunt shared. "It's only a few weeks left before we do get married." (He was right about that!) He also revealed wedding details that match up with the TMZ report—namely, that things will be private. "Intimate and hometown," he confirmed. "We're both kind of introverted people for the most part, so we don't like celebrating ourselves too much. If there ever is a time to do it, it is now, and it is more to celebrate the union of marriage than it is each other," he added. "I'm excited about doing that."

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