Colbie Caillat Engaged to Boyfriend Justin Young

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He makes her wanna say "I do, I do, I do, I do, I do, I do"! Colbie Caillat shared some happy news with her 343,000 Twitter followers on Friday, May 29: She's engaged! 

The "Try" singer, who celebrated her 30th birthday on May 28, tweeted a photo of herself on a boat with longtime love Justin Young, a fellow musician. In the pic, a ring is just barely visible on her left hand, which rests affectionately on Young's shoulder.

"This sweet man asked me to be his lobster…And I said yes," she captioned the shot, seemingly alluding to the Friends episode where Phoebe (Lisa Kudrow) tells Ross (David Schwimmer) that Rachel (Jennifer Aniston) is his lobster. (According to her, lobsters "fall in love and mate for life," and then walk around their tank "holding claws.")

The ring is also seen at the bottom of another photo Caillat posted to Facebook. In it, she poses with Young and a friend in Bermuda, where the happy couple escaped to celebrate the "Bubbly" songstress' birthday.

Colbie Caillat
Colbie Caillat is engaged to marry boyfriend Justin Young D Dipasupil/FilmMagic

Caillat and her fiance — who plays guitar in her band — have been together for years. Back in 2011, she told Us Weekly, "We have everything in common. He helps me with my music and guitar-playing, and we warm up together. We go everywhere together. It is like having your best friend with you, so I really love it."

She added, too, that they wanted to get married "someday," saying, "I don't think there is ever a rush. If he proposed I would be very excited and I would be happy."

More recently, in October 2014, she joked to Us that they were kind of a "cheesy" couple. "I always have my phone because I'm constantly messaging with my boyfriend," she said as part of her "What's in My Bag?" feature. "Our favorite emojis are the heart eyes or kiss faces. We're a little cheesy."

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