Mallary Hope Gets Engaged on Grand Ole Opry Stage
Mallary Hope was only expecting to sing in the circle on the Grand Ole Opry on Saturday night (Oct. 26). The singer-songwriter ended up agreeing to get married, as well.
Hope's boyfriend, Ryan Dokke, dropped to a knee on a stage where so many country music legends have performed. Hope -- best known for her 2009 hit 'Love Lives On' and for co-writing Lauren Alaina's 'Georgia Peaches' -- is a frequent performer at the Opry. Dokke is a former radio deejay who know works as a radio regional for Arista Nashville.
"Ahhhhh! Can't believe I'm engaged," 26-year-old Hope wrote on her Facebook page on Sunday. "Thank you all for the sweet comments. Anyone have any marriage advice?"
The singer posted a number of pictures from the big night on Instagram.