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10 Celebrity LGBTQ+ Couples Who Got Engaged in 2022
Suddenly, we believe in love again!
While there was a lot of darkness in 2022, the year wasn't so bad, especially for these famous queer couples who decided to share their love and get engaged!
Scroll through to see which queer celebs decided to pop the question this year!
Max Parker & Kris Mochrie
Parker announced that he popped the question to his boyfriend, now fiance, in a touching Instagram post.
"He deserves the world, but the best I could do was promise him my heart," Parker captioned the Instagram post, which included a carousel of super sweet pics and videos of Parker proposing to Mochrie while the two sat beachside. "HE SAID YES. Happiest moment of my life. [Kris Mochrie], my fiance."
Photo: Instagram (@maxparker____)
Nico Santos & Zeke Smith
Former Survivor contestant Zeke Smith popped the big question to Superstore star Nico Santos while the two were presenting onstage at the GLAAD Media Awards back in April.
Talking about his history with GLAAD, which helped him after he was outed as trans while appearing on Survivor, Smith talked about representation and how this year's awards had more nominees than ever. But Santos thinks it's still not enough.
"We need more dramas, more comedies, and more love stories," Santos said.
"Speaking of love stories," he said. "Ours began here, four years ago, in our favorite restaurant, the Beverly Hills Ballroom - best roast chicken spot in Los Angeles - and Nico got me, at the afterparty, he got me a Ketel One cocktail, he lured me into his limousine, and he swept me off of my feet."
"Nico, your love has taught me how to love, you are my other half," Smith continued, as he got on one kneee. "And I want to spend the rest of my life with you."
Photo: Screengrab via YouTube
Colton Underwood & Jordan C. Brown
After publicly coming out in 2021, Colton Underwood told People Magazine in February of 2022 that he got officially engaged to political strategist Jordan C. Brown shortly after his birthday in January.
"I'm extremely happy! 2021 was the most transformative year of my life," he said. "Starting 2022 off with my best friend, teammate, and now fiance is something I never thought was going to be possible."
Photo: Instagram (@coltonunderwood)
Zac Posen & Harrison Ball
In early August, the beloved fashion designer announced his engagement to Harrison Ball, a principal dancer at the New York City Ballet company.
Posen shared this announcement via Instagram with a carousel of pictures alongside Ball, simply writing, "Engaged. 8.8.22."
Photo: Instagram (@zacposen)
Shaun Ross & David Alan Madrick
The out singer-songwriter took to Instagram in August of 2022 to announce the news of his engagement to actor and longtime boyfriend -- now fiance -- David Alan Madrick.
"I love him very dearly as he has made me feel so comfortable being a Black queer man," Ross told Out about his love for his fiance, who he first met 11 years ago and had been dating for three years before they decided it was time to take their relationship to the next level. "He said to me, 'you want to do this with me?' And I said, 'absolutely and forever.'"
Nikki Blonsky & Hailey Jo Jenson
The actress, who is most famous for playing Tracy Turnblad in the 2007 movie adaptation of the musical Hairspray, got engaged to her fiance Hailey Jo Jenson (they/them) in September.
"I've played plenty of characters in love in my life and it has been a blessing, but the greatest blessing in life is real love, true love and I am honored to finally feel unconditional love, and a love that is pure," Blonsky wrote on Instagram when she announced their engagement.
"A while back I introduced to you all a stunning human @theyleyjo as my girlfriend and now I have the honor, privilege, and greatest joy of calling this incredible person my fiance," she continued. "I am so incredibly in love with you @theyleyjo and my love for you is endless, you mean everything to me! Here's to FOREVER, my love!!!"
Photo: Instagram (@nikkiblonsky)
Scott Hoying & Mark Manio
In April, Grammy-winning Pentatonix vocalist and artist Scott Hoying proposed to his longtime boyfriend Mark Manio on the beach while the two were vacationing in the Bahamas.
"I have never met anyone that was so kind and selfless," Hoying told People in September about his relationship with Manio while talking about the epic, romantic AF proposal. "I have always just felt so comfortable with him. Right from the beginning, we would talk for hours about things. We have so many similar interests and we have so much fun together."
"It was so easy to fall in love with Scott," Manio added. "He's the most lovable, kind, caring, compassionate, handsome guy ever. I honestly fell in love very quickly. And honestly, every single day I fall in love with them even more. Every day just feels like magic with him."
Photo: Instagram (@markmanio)
Beanie Feldstein & Bonnie Chance Roberts
Feldstein and Roberts got engaged in June when Roberts proposed to Feldstein, and Feldstein shared the happy news in an Instagram announcement with the caption, "I do, Bon."
The proposal took place in front of a swimming pool surrounded by trees, flowers, and fairy lights. Feldstein's brother Jonah Hill was in attendance, as were friends Ben Platt, Noah Galvin, and Feldstein's Booksmart co-star Kaitlyn Dever.
Photo: Instagram (@beaniefeldstein)
Antoni Porowski & Kevin Harrington
Queer Eye's resident food and wine expert dropped the news of his engagement to longtime boyfriend and creative strategy director Kevin Harrington in a November Instagram post shortly after celebrating their three-year relationship anniversary.
"I really hope the wedding photos are less blurry [praying emoji]," Porowskit said casually, sharing a nighttime selfie of him and Harrington.
Photo: Instagram (@kevharrington)
Ben Platt & Noah Galvin
Over the Thanksgiving holiday weekend in November, Dear Evan Hansen stars Ben Platt and Noah Galvin -- who have been dating each other for the past two years -- both announced their engagement in an adorable post on both of their Instagram accounts, showing off pictures of the moment Platt popped the big question to Galvin.
"He agreed to hang out forever," Platt captioned his post.
"I said yeehaw and then cried for like 7 hours," Galvin wrote on his.
Photo: Instagram (@bensplatt)