After serving as direct support to Morgan Wallen, HARDY took to the audience to watch his longtime friend’s headlining arena concert in Little Rock, Arkansas at Simmons Bank Arena.
In a clip shared by TikTok user Ally Siaer, the country hitmaker and his fiancée are seen slow dancing off to the side of the crowd while Wallen performed “Cover Me Up.” During Wallen’s performance of the song, the sold-out crowd lit up their cell phone lights, making for a very romantic moment.
Originally written and recorded by Jason Isbell and later recorded by Morgan Wallen, “Cover Me Up” appears on Wallen’s record-breaking project, Dangerous: The Double Album.
Watch the fan-captured clip below.
In late August, the country singer/songwriter asked his longtime girlfriend Caleigh Ryan to marry him at the same place where they met, the Lyric Theater in Oxford, Mississippi.
The “One Beer” singer took to Instagram at the time to share the exciting news. HARDY shared a photo of himself down on one knee popping the question to his girlfriend. He captioned the photo “I’m not her boyfriend anymore,” quoting lyrics from his fan-favorite track, “Boyfriend,” inspired by his now fiancée from his debut album, A Rock.
“We were in the pool, picking at each other about something — we’re always picking at each other — and I said something like, ‘Fine, I don’t want to be your boyfriend anymore,’” HARDY previously explained of the track to PEOPLE. “Then she said something along the lines of, ‘It better be because you want to be my husband’ with a wink. I looked at her, and instead of turning that into a really sweet moment, I said, ‘This is a great song!’”
After he completed the song, he told the outlet that he played it for his girlfriend, who said she “loved it.”
“We’ve been together for over two years, so now she’s my biggest critic,” he previously said. “She’s not going to hold back, and she’s going to tell me if she loves it. But as always, she thought we nailed it.”
Caleigh also shared the engagement news with a photo beneath the beautifully lit marquee at theater.
“WE’RE GETTING MARRIED!!!” she captioned the photo, alongside an emoji of a ring.
“I love you :),” Caleigh’s soon-to-be husband commented on her post.
HARDY and Caleigh have been together for nearly 4-years.