Look, we're not some gossip website, but we also know that a lot of our listeners and readers are highly invested in this relationship. And while we haven't seen a marriage certificate, Hallie Ray has officially taken Parker McCollum's last name on Instagram.

That's something, right?

In an interview in early March, before he performed at the ACMs, Parker revealed that he and Hallie would be getting married "in three weeks," "this month," and that it would be "on a Monday." After some sleuthing, looking at a calendar, all arrows pointed to Monday, March 28th (yesterday).

While there was no other public confirmation of this, if his bride's Instagram means anything, it would appear that Parker and Hallie are now married. Today, Hallie Ray added "McCollum" to her name on Instagram. (Oh and Koe shared on his Instagram Stories a pic of him wearing a tux. On a Monday? Someone got married)

Hopefully the two newlyweds are somewhere today enjoying some sort of honeymoon before Mr. McCollum has to get back out on the road.

McCollum, who just landed his second career No. 1 single on the Billboard Country Chart, and Light started dating in 2019. He proposed to her on July 1, 2021. Their first dance will be was to George Strait's "I Cross My Heart."

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