The reality star shared a picture of the Blink-182 drummer's extravagant beach proposal, captioned "forever."
The musician had been undergoing chemotherapy for lymphoma since earlier this year.
Earlier this month, the rocker told fans his cancer had “entered enough parts of my body that I’m stage 4."
The singer and bassist said he's been undergoing chemotherapy for three months.
The new couple are making their love public and permanent.
The Blink-182 drummer debuted some new ink on Instagram Friday that seemed to illustrate his desire for permanence with his girlfriend.
Somewhere Scott Disick is watching, waiting and quite possibly commiserating with anyone who’s witnessed an ex move on.
Skiba considers himself "a pagan and a witch."
“We’re lucky enough to be in a career where we don’t necessarily have to grow up," Mark Hoppus said to HuffPost.
Good news, Blink fans!
The book, co-written by Rolling Stone contributing editor Gavin Edwards, hits you like a punch to the gut but there's an overall sense of hope and redemption throughout. It's an intimate look into Barker's life, his craft, his highs, his lows, and his in-betweens.
The Blink-182 drummer's memoir is out later this month.
The guys look waaay different now (if these GTA versions can be believed).