Gabby Barrett is engaged to fellow ‘American Idol’ alum |

Gabby Barrett is engaged to fellow ‘American Idol’ alum

Jonna Miller
Cade Foehner and Gabby Barrett arrive at the 52nd annual CMA Awards at Bridgestone Arena on Wednesday, Nov. 14, 2018, in Nashville, Tenn. The two are now engaged to be married.

Munhall’s favorite daughter, “American Idol” second runner-up Gabby Barrett is engaged.

People reports the country singer and her boyfriend — now fiance — Cade Foehner, another former “American Idol” contestant, are tying the knot.

Barrett, 18, finished in the top three on last season’s “American Idol,” while Foehner was eliminated in the Top 5 round.

There must be something in last year’s “Idol” water, because the top 2 finishers were also a couple: Winner Maddie Poppe and runner-up Caleb Lee Hutchinson.

Barrett released the ballad “I Hope” on Jan. 25.

Jonna Miller is a Tribune-Review features editor. You can contact Jonna at 724-850-1270, [email protected] or via Twitter .

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