Kristin Chenoweth, a star on Broadway, is engaged. Vogue reports that the musician Josh Bryant proposed to the actress earlier this week at the famous Rainbow Room. They began dating in 2018, after meeting in 2016.
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Kristin Chenoweth is an actress, singer, and singer-actor who has been honoured with multiple awards, including the Emmy and the Tony. As of 2015, Chenoweth proudly displays her star on Hollywood’s Walk of Fame. As a result of her work in “Pushing Daisies,” she was named the Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series Emmy winner in 2009.
Kristin Chenoweth, who rose to fame as Elphaba in Wicked on Broadway, accepted an engagement ring with three diamonds.
The heroine of “Pushing Up Daisy” confirmed the revelation to Vogue, saying: “The bride who escaped her wedding is me. I won’t release him now that I’ve located him. At the altar, I shall run to meet him.”
On this Josh elaborated: “The one person I’ve ever truly wanted as a friend and a partner in life said yes to me. Kristin is the centre of my universe, and I can’t wait to spend the rest of my life with her.”
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The two were introduced at the 2016 wedding of Chenoweth’s niece, when Bryant’s band Backroad Anthem was the entertainment.
Chenoweth and her future husband reconnected in August of 2018 when the band was booked to perform at her nephew’s wedding.
In 2020, the Wicked star and her musician partner became even closer while quarantined in New York City at the outbreak of the epidemic. They spent their time together bonding and making TikTok videos.
“We managed to be creative and still have a nice time,” Chenoweth told PEOPLE in an earlier interview. “There is a 14-year age gap between my partner and me. I’m good at TikTok because of this. First of all, I had no idea what TikTok was, and second, I wasn’t very interested in trying it out. With his instruction, I found that I really enjoy using TikTok.”
In a subsequent statement, she elaborated “You can’t be with someone all the time, so he and I both had some solo strolls. You have stated the truth. Yet we found a way to make it function.”
In a November 2020 interview with Us, Chenoweth admitted, “I guess I maybe had a weeping moment.” And I asked, “Are you ever going to? Asking, “Are you going to break up with me? Since we spent every waking moment together. That says a lot about the strength of our friendship. In the meantime, he grasped my hand. A few times I even held his, and we were always there for one another. Really, that’s all there is to it.
Chenoweth had gushed over her boyfriend for months before to the epidemic, referring to him as “her rock.”