Grammy-winning country music star Wynonna Judd got engaged to Cactus Moser of the country group Highway 101 over the holidays, Moser announced on December 29.
The couple got engaged on Christmas Eve and is currently touring together as Wynonna and The Big Noise.
Judd and Moser have been dating since 2009. No wedding date has been announced as of yet, but this will be Judd's third trip down the aisle.
The 47-year-old singer divorced her second husband and former bodyguard, J.D. Roach in 2007 after four years, shortly after he was accused of aggravated sexual battery against a minor.
Judd's first marriage was to businessman Arch Kelly III, which ended in 1998, after two years. They had two children together, Elijah, 17, and Grace, 15.
Moser is best known as a founding member and stylistic drummer of the Highway 101, a group which earned 16 Top Ten hits in the late 1980's, including 5 No. 1 hits.
Judd and her mother Naomi Judd have been performing as The Judds since 1983 and are considered to be one of the most successful acts in country music history. The mother-daughter team dominated the 1980s country scene, winning five Grammy Awards and eight Country Music Awards and selling more than 20 million albums. The Judds are best known for hits like "Mama He's Crazy" and "Love Can Build a Bridge."
Wynonna recently appeared with her mother and band mate Naomi Judd on the six-part reality series "The Judds," which debuted on Oprah Winfrey's OWN network in April 2011.
Naomi's youngest daughter and Wynonna's half-sister, actress Ashley Judd recently appeared in the film "Dolphin Tale."