Chumlee from the hit TV show Pawn Stars threw a fun engagement party at the Detroit Ballroom inside the D Las Vegas this weekend.
The 36-year-old Nevada resident - whose real name is Austin Lee Russell - looked thrilled at the event as he posed next to his stunning bride-to-be Olivia Rademann, best known for her bikini Instagram photos.
Also there were Pawn Stars regulars Rick and Corey Harrison as well as D Las Vegas co-owner?Derek Stevens and his wife, Nicole; BMX star TJ Lavin; rapper Mikey P and Kailah Casillas of MTV’s Real World: Go Big Or Go Home; DCasino Director Richard Wilk; and magician Murray Sawchuck with his girlfriend Dani Elizabeth.?
The couple will have their formal wedding in Hawaii in May.
Chumlee wore a red shirt under a black jacket with a long necklace and earrings.
The History Channel standout added a black hat with a feather in the ribbon.?
His pretty gal had on what looked to be a Versace outfit with her highlighted hair pulled back.
The were seen kissing by a three-tier white cake that had white flowers on the sides and top.
?In February of 2018 Chumlee underwent the gastric sleeve surgery.
He then lost 100lbs - he went from over 300lbs to over 200lbs - and said he felt like a new man.
And his romance with Rademann has certainly taken off. In August he threw an engagement party at the?Andiamo Italian Steakhouse in Las Vegas.
She showed off her diamond ring and the two looked very in love.
?'It’s beautiful. I already feel like I’m married,' Chumlee told the Las Vegas Review Journal.?
'We were friends for a year or two before we were ever a couple, and got together right around the beginning of 2016.'
They became engaged at the Royal Hawaiian Waikiki in May 2018. He gave her a diamond ring which was just over one carat.
Rademann is a student at UNLV.?
Chumlee is operating his own business, Chumlee’s Candy at Pawn Plaza. It's located just next to Gold & Silver Pawn which features on the show Pawn Stars.?
'Maybe we can open a chain of these shops side-by-side,' Chumlee said. 'We can have candy and eyelash businesses all over the place.'