The announcement of Justin Bieber and Hailey Baldwin's engagement practically defined the phrase "breaking the internet", and fans out there are still shaken, keeping their eyes sharply peeled for any new developments.
Justin and Hailey are yet to confirm their engagement officially, though hours after the rumours first began circulating, the model was seen sporting an impressive ring on her engagement finger.
Citing two eyewitness accounts, TMZ said everyone was at a restaurant on the property doing salsa dancing when Bieber's security told everyone to put their phones away because something special was about to happen.
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Justin and Hailey grew even closer while celebrating a holiday together in Anguilla.
Baldwin and Bieber met as youngsters back in 2009, when Stephen Baldwin introduced them. A source told Us Weekly that the 25-year-old Gomez "doesn't care" about her ex-boyfriend's personal life anymore.
Grande and Davidson have also been unconventionally open about their relationship, sharing PDA-filled photos and glimpses of their life together - from their new apartment to a recent date night in Staten Island - on social media. On Instagram, dad Jeremy Bieber captioned a sunset photo of his son: "Proud is an understatement!" The proposal might across as sudden but they both knew each other really well. "I'm super single and this is my good friend u would know otherwise".
Following the news, Stephen Baldwin, tweeted in part, "He is moving in the hearts of JB&HB", along with the hashtag "best is yet to come". "Excited for the next chapter!"
She explained: "Justin and I were friends for a long time".
A day after, during an interview, Justin basically echoed Hailey's words, "she is someone I really love", but that he didn't " want to be held down by anything".