After he agreed, Ellison arranged a roof top proposal at the New York City studio "Jungle City," where he got down on one knee and asked, "Will you marry me? " On her own Instagram account, the singer posted this endearing message and titled herself "the soon to be Chrisette Michele Ellison." The "Blame It On Me" singer has recently launced her own independent music label, Rich Hipster, after leaving her former label, Motown Records.
She maintains a distribution deal with Capital Records, according to The Shade Files.
READ Lil Mo On Chrisette Michele: “Somebody Has To Stand And Be A Voice For Us” In an open letter directed towards the acclaimed film director, Ellison keeps his thoughts about Lee nixing his future wife’s music from the show pretty concise.
Chrisette Michele and her fiancé Doug “Biggs” Ellison are counting down the days until their wedding day, but the music producer decided to surprise his bride-to-be with an all-white engagement party. Biggs had arranged a HUGE surprise engagement party for me! ❤️❤️❤️ Count Down to #Becoming Mrs Ellison 📷: @shes_soritzy A photo posted by chrisettemichele (@chrisettemichele) on "Yesterday I landed in NY and Mr. | @myxfusions Thank you for loosening my mom & mom in law up!!! Unbeknownst to her Biggs was able to pull together 200 of the couples friends and family for the surprise occasion at a New York venue.
NEWS: This R&B Divas Star Officially Ends Years-Long Marriage This engagement news is pretty shocking, considering the last time we saw Chrisette, it was earlier this year when she made a brief appearance on Season 3 before bowing out at the top of the season.
At the time, Chrisette was dating fellow musician Justin Lyons aka “Guitar Slayer,” but it looks like the relationship fizzled to a platonic friendship.
It’s the craziest, weirdest thing because we had gone through all that together.” Here’s the weirdest and most romantic part of it all.