Country radio host Bobby Bonus is busy! The Dancing with the stars The winner proposed to his girlfriend, Caitlin Parker, whose song “Nothing Left” by Matt Kearney. The 40-year-old Bones surprised Parker with his proposal in their backyard. Parker called herself “the luckiest girl in the world” after sharing the news on Instagram on Sunday night.
“I’m the luckiest,” Bones wrote on Instagram, With photos from the special night. “I waited so long for the right one. And this [paid] Close surprised her with a secret proposal in the barn in her yard. “Parker told Bones that she knew he was the one when he went to a Kierney party and listened to the musician’s plays for nothing.” “I heard Bones ask Carney to play.” Sing for them out of their pot. “Luckily she only played it tonight.
Parker shared some more photos from the proposal, noting that he was the “best man” I knew. Parker “is shocked and realizes she’s the luckiest girl in the world. I’m in love and very happy.” He wrote. At the end of the title, he called himself “Caitlin Astle of the Future”, using the real last name of the bones.
Both of their posts are now filled with hundreds of messages congratulating them on the big news. “OMG !!!! OMG !!! Congratulations to both of you !!! This is amazing! So happy for both of you,” wrote one Instagram user. Another wrote, “I’m so happy for you! You deserve someone! I’m glad you waited for the right one,” wrote another.
Bones and Parker have been self-isolated during the coronavirus epidemic. Back in May, he also hosted a home-graduation ceremony for Parker, who received his master’s degree this year. She shared a photo of herself wearing both a cap and a gown. “Because he didn’t graduate with a master’s degree, I dropped out [Parker] “Bonus wrote at the time.” With a speech. Diploma, music, gown, etc. I’m so proud of him! “
Bobby Bones Show The host recently learned about his future plans with pop culture, including long-running speculation about entering politics. The Arkansas native said he was “screaming” to learn everything about state and federal law. If he gets into politics, Bones says he opened up to the “hard” party lines that divide America today.