SILVERCHAIR Frontman Gets Engaged

January 6, 2003

SILVERCHAIR frontman Daniel Johns has gotten engaged to Australian singer/actress Natalie Imbruglia. A wedding date has yet to be set.

The couple have issued the following statement through SILVERCHAIR's Australian record label, Virgin:

"In response to recent media speculation, Natalie Imbruglia and Daniel Johns have confirmed that they are indeed engaged. The couple made the decision shortly before Christmas and they are both extremely happy, as are their family and friends.

"Daniel and Natalie have spent the holiday season together at home in Australia relaxing and celebrating. They have no immediate plans to marry.

"Neither they, nor their representatives, will be making any further comment about this personal and private matter."

Talk of the engagement started after Daniel was seen shopping for a ring last week in a Newcastle jewelry store.

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