Glee actor Harry Shum, Jr. is a married man!
The Shadowhunters actor and his longtime love Shelby Rabara reportedly got married in Costa Rica over the weekend, Us Weekly reports.
Glee co-stars Amber Riley, Jenna Ushkowitz, and Kevin McHale reportedly were there for the big celebration as well.
“They have been together for years and are so great together,” a source told the publication.
Shelby and Harry have been engaged for two years – congrats to the happy couple on the amazing news! We can’t wait to see wedding photos!
Harry Shum, Jr. and Shelby Rabara make their red carpet debut after getting engaged at the Glee 100th episode celebration held at Chateau Marmont on Tuesday night (March 18) in Los Angeles.
The duo were joined by co-stars Alex Newell, Becca Tobin, Blake Jenner, Jacob Artist, Melissa Benoist, and Max Adler.
“In celebration, here is 100 seconds of memories to #Glee100,” Harry posted on Twitter, with a fantastic video of some behind-the-scenes Glee memories. Check it out below!
FYI: Becca is wearing a For Love and Lemons skirt and a vintage tank.
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Congrats to Harry Shum, Jr. — he’s engaged!
The 31-year-old Glee actor and dancer proposed to girlfriend Shelby Rabara back in October while on a getaway in Hawaii, reps confirm to JustJaredJr.com.
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“They have been together for years and are so great together,” a source told Us Weekly, who first reported the happy news.
Shelby has also starred on Glee as Shoshandra.
The couple also recently purchased a new dwelling in Los Angeles — a 3-bedroom, 2.5-bathroom home, which he purchased for close to $1 million. Nice!
Congrats again to the happy couple!
Harry Shum Jr. cozies up to his girlfriend Shelby Rabara while attending the L.A. Dance Project’s VIP Reception on Thursday night (February 20) at The Ace Hotel Theater in Los Angeles.
“At the Ace Hotel about to watch the L.A. Dance Project dir by Benjamin Millepied. I can hear the gothic ghost whispering in my ear,” the 31-year-old actor/dancer wrote on his Instagram account.
Harry recently chatted with USA Today about making projects for an online audience.
“YouTube is a different type of audience,” Harry said. Many viewers there “don’t watch TV. I want to connect with the fans, and give them a behind-the-scenes of what I’m doing. We’re in a generation where everything has a two-way communication, so it’s important.”