As of this Saturday, country singer Sam Hunt will allegedly be a married man!

According to TMZ, Sam and his fiancée, Hannah Lee Fowler, will have their wedding this weekend, roughly three months after he proposed to his longtime love. The outlet states the festivities will take place in his hometown of Cedartown, GA, and Olia Zavozina is in charge of the bridal fashions.

Find out what else we know so far about their relationship and pending nuptials!

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Who Is Sam Hunt's Fiancée?

Sam Hunt is engaged to Hannah Lee Fowler.

How long have Sam and Hannah been dating?

The couple has been entangled in an on-again, off-again relationship since 2008. She even inspired his debut album, Montevallo, which he addressed in his recent hit single "Drinkin' Too Much."

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Some lyrics include, “I’m sorry I named the album Montevallo / I’m sorry people know your name now and strangers hit you up on social media / I’m sorry you can’t listen to the radio / I know you want your privacy / You’ve got nothing to say to me / But I wish you’d let me pay off your student loans with these songs you gave to me.”

Elsewhere he sang, “You changed your number and moved and this is the only way I can reach you / Hannah Lee, I’m on my way to you.”

When did Sam Hunt get engaged?

The country singer popped the question in January 2017.

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What does Sam Hunt's fiancée do?

Hannah Lee Fowler works as a nurse.

When is Sam Hunt getting married?

According to TMZ, Sam and Hannah's wedding is on Saturday in a small Georgia-based ceremony surrounded by loved ones.

The "Make You Miss Me" singer previously made similar claims to CBS.

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"Intimate and hometown were the two adjectives that [describe the wedding best]," Sam revealed. "Low key, low maintenance. We are both kind of introverted people, for the most part, so we don't like celebrating ourselves too much."

"If there ever is a time to do it, it is now, and it is more to celebrate the union of marriage than it is each other," he continued. "I am excited about doing that."