She tweeted: "Thank you for all the love today :) I'm happy to share this news with you all. I feel like all my dreams are coming true."
Maybe times have changed but none of the women we knew when we were 19 was dreaming of marriage.
On the other hand, none of them was dating Liam Hemsworth.
America's Got Liars?
Maybe writing Tattle has made us particularly sensitive to celebrity BS, but while we were watching "America's Got Talent," our radar went off during the touching performance of country singer Timothy Michael Poe.
Poe was the military veteran who said that he was injured by a grenade in Afghanistan and who had the nervous stutter — except when he sang.
Holy Mel Tillis.
But something in the story smelled fishy — and sure enough…
The Minnesota National Guard said that there is no military record of his purported combat injuries.
Poe had told the "AGT" judges that he spent 14 years in the military, and suffered a broken back and brain injury when hit by the grenade in 2009.
According to military records, Poe served with the Minnesota Army National Guard from December 2002 through May 2011, working as a supply specialist. He was deployed in Kosovo from Oct. 10, 2007, to July 15, 2008, and then served in Afghanistan for about a month in 2009.
"We looked very closely at his record," Lt. Col. Kevin Olson said in a telephone interview with the Associated Press. "We did not find something to substantiate what he said."
His ex-wife didn't even believe the stutter was real.
Poe fought back, telling TMZ.com that the lack of a record of his incident is a common problem when it comes to soldiers' injuries in Afghanistan. Although Poe offered TMZ no proof of his injuries, he said that he received medical treatment in Afghanistan; Landstuhl, Germany; and Brooke Army Medical Center, in San Antonio.
Upper Darby's Tina Fey received Audie Awards for audio book of the year and best biography/memoir for her narration of her million-selling "Bossypants." Jane Fonda won in the personal-development category as the reader of her own "Prime Time."And William Shatner was cited in humor for "Shatner's Rules." An audiobook about the Titanic, "The Watch That Ends the Night," won for distinguished achievement in production.
Hope Davis' narration of Ann Patchett's "State of Wonder" won for literary fiction, and Will Patton's reading of James Lee Burke's "Feast Day of Fools" won for mystery. The awards, in more than 25 categories, were sponsored by the Audio Publishers Association.
You can get a complete list of winners to listen to in your car.
An attorney for Amanda Bynes has entered a not-guilty plea on her behalf in her DUI.
Bynes did not attend the arraignment Wednesday in Beverly Hills but she did direct a tweet at President Obama, asking him to fire the deputy who arrested her, because she doesn't drink.
Well, if she thinks Obama can fire an L.A. policeman, she's on something.
—Daily News wire services contributed to this report. Email email@example.com.