Will Crystal Bowersox's Boyfriend Propose?

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Crystal put her man on the spot last week, so will he publicly "man up?"

Move over, Raymond. Everybody loves Crystal Bowersox—the current American Idol frontrunner and only contestant worth tuning in for this lackluster season. But the love this single mother is most concerned about is that of her boyfriend, the recipient of her musical message last week that "he'll man up one of these days." So, who is this mystery guy that Crystal is itching to marry? How Do I Talk About Marriage With My Man?

Well, it's worth noting that her current boyfriend is not the father of her son. According to RadarOnline's sources, the daddy is a man named Tony, with whom Crystal had a great relationship. Unfortunately, Tony "had to move back to Bosnia because he had another child with a woman in Romania who couldn’t afford to take care of the kid anymore, so he moved back to support his child." Wow, that's more nighttime soap opera than talent contest.

Apparently, Crystal likes the name Tony, because that's also the name of her current beau, and the man to whom she dedicated Shania Twain's "No One Needs To Know," a song that clearly paints the picture of a woman ready to walk down the aisle. Crystal had no problem telling America that she was singing to her man, while Tony was seen in the audience smiling and laughing. 10 Songs That Reveal Men's Hearts

No news yet on whether Tony intends to give Crystal "the white dress, the guests, the cake, the car, the whold darn thing," but he certainly seems to be a supportive—and good humored—boyfriend. For now, he's happy to pimp Crystal from the audience with his tee-shirt that reads, "Did you know that America prefers Crystal Bowersox for their Idol one BAJILLION times more than other contestants?" Honestly, that statistic doesn't even sound made up. 

Scoop via RadarOnline.com. Photo via Axelle/Bauer-Griffin.

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