'Superbad' Star Christopher Mintz-Plasse Is Engaged to Britt Bowman

The couple has been together for five years.

Christopher Mintz-Plasse and Britt Bowman at Honor Society premiere

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Christopher Mintz-Plasse is heading down the aisle! The actor, known for his iconic role as "McLovin'" in the cult-classic film Superbad, just announced on Instagram that he is engaged to live-music photographer Britt Bowman. The two were an item for five years before Mintz-Plasse popped the question on Christmas Eve in 2022.

In his Instagram post, the comedian posted a series of photos with the cheeky caption: "Life’s over!!!❤️❤️❤️" In the first snap, the newly engaged pair share a kiss as Bowman holds up her hand with a gold three-stone ring. Other photos show off the details of the ring, the couple sipping wine to celebrate their new engagement, and even a pic of them high-fiving at a bowling alley. One final photo shows Mintz-Plasse practicing his proposal with his friend, musician Matthew Koma. Koma wrote in the comments, "I can't wait to spend the rest of your life together."

Other stars joined in their celebration of the couple's big announcement on Instagram. Hilary Duff, who is married to Matthew Koma, commented with four engagement ring emojis. Mandy Moore commented, "Congrats!!!!!," and Alison Brie wrote "Awwww congrats!!! 💗💗💗" to the pair.

Bowman also posted on her own Instagram account, with the caption: "@mintzplasse did a thing 💍12.24.22 ❤️❤️❤️🎉" The carousel of photos showed off a few of the same photos from her new fiancé's post, as well as a picture of the couple with a few members of their family.

This isn't the first time Mintz-Plasse has shown off Bowman on his feed. Over their relationship, he has posted photos of the couple on vacation, at red carpet events, and at friends' weddings. In a birthday post back in 2018, the Neighbors actor called Bowman "literally the kindest person I've ever met." He added, "Thanks for taking care of me, and making my house a home. Please don't go on tour again because I'm a mess when you're gone, but that's besides the point. Love you a s'much."

While the creative couple haven't shared a wedding date just yet, we have a feeling that plenty of their friends from both the music industry and Hollywood will make their way to watch the two say "I do."

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