* Good news for viewers who’ve enjoyed watching the romance between Kandi Burruss and Todd Tucker on The Real Housewives of Atlanta: They’re now engaged! A rep has confirmed to PEOPLE.com that Burruss plans to marry Tucker, a line producer she met while filming the reality show in 2011. Tucker began appearing on-camera this season, as RHOA showed the couple moving in together and joining the couples’ trip to Anguilla. Fans got another hint at how serious their romance was getting on a recent episode when Burruss — a Grammy Award-winning songwriter and entrepreneur — asked castmate Porsha Williams about prenuptial agreements.

* Teena Marie‘s final album, Beautiful, is out today but her daughter, Alia Rose, says it wasn’t easy getting things to this point. “The album was actually finished right before Christmas—she was getting ready to go get a deal, and she didn’t make it there. I started moving the day after the funeral,” said Rose. But seeing her mother’s final project come to light is a bit emotional. “It’s my mom, and all I want is her approval and her validation, and by doing the project that’s been helping me in the sense that I’m doing the right thing.” Marie died on December 26, 2010.

*NBA superstar Chris Paul hosted his fifth annual Chris Paul PBA All-Stars Invitational in Los Angeles recently. The 27-year-old athlete uses proceeds from his PBA All-Stars Invitational to benefit his CP3 Foundation. The LA Clippers star point guard and five-time NBA All-Star is an accomplished bowler as well. Celebrities and PBA Tour stars joined Paul at Lucky Strike LA Live to compete in doubles elimination competition. Among those who participated were comedian Kevin Hart, actors Jesse Williams and Quinton Aaron. Sports stars Blake Griffin, LaMarr Woodley, Terrell Owens and Jalen Rose also participated. So did PBA stars Norm Duke, Chris Barnes, Missy Parkin and more. You can watch the Chris Paul PBA All-Stars Invitational on Feb. 3—which is Super Bowl Sunday—on ESPN. The special will air at 4pm ET.