Cassadee Pope Doesn’t Need Wedding Bells – She Has Chris Young’s Voice! / CassadeePope


Cassadee Pope got engaged last Tuesday, in the privacy of her own Nashville home, surrounded by her two favorite men: fiancé Rian Dawson and fur child Cuppy the Puppy. Though Pope doesn’t anticipate a sprint to the altar, it was a hot topic of conversation on the GRAMMY Awards red carpet last night, especially once interviewers caught sight of the new glistening accessory on the nominee’s finger.

While being interviewed by PEOPLE along side duet partner and fellow GRAMMY nominee, Chris Young (“Think of You”), the hot potato was passed to Young who was asked if he would be singing at the Pope-Dawson ceremony when the day comes. Though Pope insisted she didn’t want to put any pressure on Young to give an immediate response, the twenty-seven year-old who lived the week that dreams are made of couldn’t hide her excitement when the idea was tossed into the universe.
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Based on the friendship Young shares with both Pope and her fiancé, we find it hard to believe he would ever shoot her down if a no-pressure request was made.

Watch the full interview below, hear how Dawson proposed to his girlfriend of seven years, and let us know if you think Young will end up holding the mic to perform something old or new for his “nephew’s” parents.

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