Miranda Lambert
Miranda Lambert has agreed to marry someone! But it's not her boyfriend Anderson East. The country star onstage during 2016 CMA Festival - Day 1 at Nissan Stadium on June 9, 2016 in Nashville, Tennessee. Getty Images/Rick Diamond

Miranda Lambert is engaged, although not to boyfriend Anderson East.

The country singer accepted the marriage proposal of a 6-year-old fan named Sebastian during a concert in New Jersey, according to Us Weekly.

In-between a couple of songs, Lambert shared the fun news, saying: “I forgot to tell you something really important, though. I got engaged today! There's a little 6-year-old boy here named Sebastian. He asked me to marry him. I said yes, in 25 years.”

The singer then showed the ring Sebastian gave her, adding: “Look at this beautiful ring! He got on one knee. He was such a gentleman. It may be my favorite proposal ever.”

Was Lambert throwing shade at ex-husband Blake Shelton? Lambert was married to Shelton for four years before they decided to call it quits.

Lambert opened up to Cosmopolitan (as quoted by Entertainment Tonight) about the break-up, saying that despite her sadness over the end of the relationship, she will always treasure the good things about their marriage.

“Marriage is a tough business, and we gave it our best college try... I had a great relationship with an amazing man,” Lambert said. “So I know what good is. I have a great launching pad for the future. I will never take that for granted.”

The singer said she did not care whether she had sad days after the breakup because it was just normal, and it was a way for her to cope with what happened. Lambert has since moved on to another relationship.

Lambert is currently dating East. The two made their relationship public when they walked the red carpet together during the 2016 Academy of Country Music Awards, according to E! News. The two confirmed they were dating in December 2015.

Lambert is currently doing the Keeper of the Flame tour. The next leg of the singer's tour will be in Columbia, Maryland on Aug. 25.