Fantasia Barrino is a married woman!
The 31-year-old, who won season 3 of
American Idol, tied the knot with fiancé Kendall Taylor this past weekend aboard a luxury yacht.
Sticking to a red, black and white color scheme, the singer
shared photos from her big day with her 1.2 million Instagram followers, including a sweet shot with her new hubby, which showed a glimpse of her lace, long-sleeved gown.
"This Man.. God made him just for Me and me Just For Him.. This Man.. Covers and prays for me and my children EVERY morning..," Fantasia wrote alongside the pic.
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This is the first marriage for the former reality star, who has two children —
Zion, 13, and Dallas, 3 — from previous relationships. Congrats to the happy couple!
Scroll through the gallery above to see what all 14 of American Idol's past winners are doing now!
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Kelly Clarkson — Season 1, 2002
The 35-year-old has sold more than 45 million albums and won three Grammys since her time on
American Idol. She married manager Brandon Blackstock in 2013, and the duo has two children together.
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Ruben Studdard — Season 2, 2003
The 39-year-old champ has released six albums, with his first going platinum. He's been nominated for one Grammy and appeared on Season 15 of
The Biggest Loser.
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Fantasia Barrino — Season 3, 2004
The 33-year-old singer has since released six albums and won a Grammy Award. She welcomed a son named Dallas in 2011, and married businessman Kendall Taylor in July 2015.
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Carrie Underwood — Season 4, 2005
The 35-year-old has scooped up seven Grammys and sold more than 65 million albums worldwide. She married pro-hockey player Mike Fisher in 2010, and they welcomed their first child, a son named Isaiah, in February 2015.
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Taylor Hicks — Season 5, 2006
The silver-haired 41-year-old and leader of the "Soul Patrol" made his Broadway debut in 2008 with
Grease and headlined a residency in Las Vegas. He currently hosts a television show called State Plate.
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Jordin Sparks — Season 6, 2007
Jordin, 28, released her third studio album,
Right Here Right Now, in August 2015. She's been nominated for one Grammy and in 2017 married Dana Isaiah, and is currently expecting a baby boy.
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David Cook — Season 7, 2008
The 35-year-old has released a total of four albums, including 2015's
Digital Vein. He became an advocate for brain cancer research following the death of his brother in 2009 from the disease.
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Kris Allen — Season 8, 2009
After taking home the win, the 32-year-old released five albums, including 2016's
Letting You In. He and his wife Katy O'Connell have two children.
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Lee DeWyze — Season 9, 2010
The 31-year-old released his last album,
Oil & Water, in February 2016. He married actress Jonna Walsh in 2012.
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Scotty McCreery — Season 10, 2011
The 24-year-old has become a well-respected artist in country music circles, winning two American Country Awards. He's currently attending North Carolina State University. In 2017, he got engaged to his longtime girlfriend Gabi Dugal.
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Phillip Phillips — Season 11, 2012
The victor, 27, had a number of hit singles from his debut album,
The World from the Side of the Moon, including "Home" and "Gone, Gone, Gone." He married girlfriend Hannah Blackwell in October 2015.
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Candice Glover — Season 12, 2013
The 28-year-old is preparing to release her second album independently. She was a performer at the 2014 Dunkin' Donuts Thanksgiving Day Parade in Philadelphia.
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Caleb Johnson — Season 13, 2014
The 26-year-old's debut album,
Testify, came out in August 2014. After parting ways with his record label in late 2015, he's working on releasing his second album independently.
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Nick Fradiani — Season 14, 2015
The 32-year-old released his debut album,
Hurricane, in August 2016, which debuted at No. 1 on Billboard's Heatseekers chart.
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Trent Harmon — Season 15, 2016
The 27-year-old won
Idol's final season in April 2016. After signing with Big Machine Records, he released two singles called "Falling" and "There's a Girl".
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