Single No More! Cole Swindell Walks ACMs Red Carpet with New Girlfriend Wrestler Barbie Blank

The "Break Up in the End" singer and the WWE star walked the red carpet together on Sunday in Las Vegas

Sorry ladies — Cole Swindell is off the market.

The “Break Up in the End” singer walked the red carpet with professional wrestler Barbie Blank, and a rep for Swindell confirms to PEOPLE that they’re dating. E! was first to confirm the news.

Ahead of the show, Blank shared an inside look at her glam, writing “Final touches for the #acmawards” alongside a boomerang of herself in full makeup with her hair pulled back. Then, Blank shared a selfie with Swindell in the car on the way to the show.

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Barbie Blank (L) and Cole Swindell. Courtesy Barbie Blank

“Here we go! #ACMAWARDS” she wrote alongside the image, in which she showed off her plunging sparkly black dress and Swindell’s Dolce & Gabbana suit, which he paired with a simple black baseball cap.

The WWE star hinted at her relationship with Swindell in February, after the “Love You Too Late” singer expressed his gratitude for the Academy of Country Music and the songwriters who penned “Break Up in the End,” which was nominated for song of the year. (The award ultimately went to Dan + Shay’s hit single, “Tequila.”)

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“I am beyond excited and proud of you babe!!!” Blank wrote in February, followed by a praising hands emoji.

Since then, Blank has hinted at their relationship on Instagram, and even though she hasn’t shared a photo of them as a couple on her main feed, she has tagged many photos with a Nashville location.

“Baby can we get chick fil a pleaseeeeee 🍟” she captioned a photo of herself at a Chick fil A in Music City in March.

Reps for Swindell and Blank did not immediately respond to PEOPLE’s request for comment.

The 54th Academy of Country Music Awards are broadcasting live from Las Vegas on Sunday, April 7 at 8:00 p.m. ET/5:00 p.m. PT on CBS.

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