Christina Aguilera may be getting what a girl wants. The Grammy-winning singer is engaged to her boyfriend of two years, music executive Jordan Bratman, Aguilera's representative, Meghan Prophet, told The Associated Press on Saturday night.
Bratman, 26, proposed to the 23-year-old pop diva on Friday night while the two were vacationing at an undisclosed location, Prophet said.
"No wedding plans have been set yet," she said.
Bratman presented Aguilera with a diamond ring designed by jeweler Stephen Webster, she said.
The engagement initially was confirmed to the magazines People and US Weekly.
Aguilera, whose hits include "What a Girl Wants" and "Genie in a Bottle," won a Grammy as best new artist in 2000, another in 2002 for best pop collaboration with vocals for her cover of "Lady Marmalade" with Lil' Kim, Maya and Pink, and a third award last year for female pop vocal performance on "Beautiful."