Kacey Musgraves goes Instagram official with new guy Dr. Gerald Onuoha… nine months after Ruston Kelly split
Kacey Musgraves has a new cowboy in her life.
The country darling, 32, looked smitten as she shared a sweet selfie with Dr. Gerald Onuoha from a sunny locale on Monday.
The Slow Burn crooner glowed while cozying up to the Alabama native, appearing like she’d more than moved on from ex-husband Ruston Kelly, who she split from last summer.
New adventure: Kacey Musgraves went Instagram official with rumored boyfriend Dr. Gerald Onuoha on Monday
Kacey and Dr. G cuddled close in the selfie, where Musgraves rocked a fuzzy brown top with her straight, shiny, brunette locks cascading over her shoulder.
Onuoha – who practices internal medicine at HCA Healthcare in Nashville according to LinkedIn and describes himself as a ‘healer,’ ‘astronomer’ and ‘activist’ on his Instagram – looked handsome in a camo jacket and a backwards baseball hat.
Another shot showed the Rainbow songstress solo, sipping on a green juice as pouting at the camera
It looked like Kacey was wearing the same outfit she was spotted in during a Sunday bike ride with Kourtney Kardashian and Atiana De La Hoya in Venice Beach, California.
Sun-kissed: Musgraves rocked a fuzzy brown top with her straight, shiny, brunette locks cascading over her shoulder in the couples snap and a follow-up where she was solo
Cruise or lose: It looked like Kacey was wearing the same outfit she was spotted in during a Sunday bike ride with Kourtney Kardashian and Atiana De La Hoya in Venice Beach, California
She looked happy during her time with the Music City medical professional, who is Kacey’s first romantic interest since her split from Ruston Kelly.
Musgraves and fellow country star Kelly announced the end of their two-year marriage in July of 2020.
The former couple shared a joint statement at the time, telling fans: ‘With heavy but hopeful hearts we wanted to put our own thoughts into the air about what’s happening.’
‘These kinds of announcements are always met with scrutiny and speculation and we want to stop that before it even starts.’