The pair have been dating since July 2023
The couple made their debut together at Sunday’s 66th annual Grammy Awards in Los Angeles and looked picture perfect as they showed off some major PDA and posed for the cameras.
Chickenfry (born Brianna LaPaglia), 24, wore a custom dress from Undone by Kate for the awards show. The strapless navy silk gown featured a high-leg slit and several embroidered details, including sleeves that sat long on her arms and a mesh embroidery detail around her waist. She kept her hair down along her back and finished her look with some simple silver jewels, including a necklace and a pair of dangly earrings.
The country star, 27, opted for an all-black look for the awards show, where he’s a four-time nominee. He wore a black suit jacket and pants with a black button-down shirt underneath and a black bowtie. The pocket squares for Bryan’s suit were made from fabric from his girlfriend’s dress, the designer shared on their Instagram Story.
Bryan won the first Grammy of his career for best country duo/group performance thanks to his collaboration with Kacey Musgraves, “I Remember Everything." The song was also nominated for best country song, but lost to Chris Stapleton and Dan Wilson's "White Horse."
His girlfriend celebrated his nominations with a post on her Instagram Story of Bryan holding up a drink and flipping the camera off with his middle finger. “OK HE WON A GRAMMY ALREADY,” she wrote over the shot.
The couple's red carpet debut comes six months after they confirmed their relationship following weeks of speculation from his fans online. She confirmed the news in an episode of her podcast, PlanBri Uncut, telling listeners, "I think I might have some stuff to address: I've been hanging out with a guy named Zach."
Bryan had split from his girlfriend Deb Peifer two months before. He wrote in a post on X (formerly Twitter) at the time, "Debra and me went our separate ways about a week and a half ago. Things are mutual between us, we're leaving with plenty memories and good times."
The singer met LaPaglia at the 2023 ACM Awards in Dallas in May. At the time, they were both dating other people, but she raved about meeting Bryan, whom she was a big fan of.
In August, she told PEOPLE at the 2023 Streamy Awards that she was getting a kick out of the internet "hate" over her relationship with the "Something in the Orange" singer.
"It's fun. I'm, like, eating it up," she said, though she admitted it was "kind of crazy at first."
"But now, I realize you can't buy into love — or hate — on the internet. You just kinda gotta be yourself and see where it takes ya."
She added, "I wanted to keep it quiet as long as I could, but everyone on the internet is FBI agents, so they figured everything out and I was like, 'I need to get ahead of it, I need to say what's right, what's real and what's true,' so I did it on my podcast."
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