Afterwards she tweeted, "Me & the hubby performing Saturday at @sxsw who's going? The duo jokingly responded to the goofy pic, "How did our photos leak? As a bonus they still have those wine glasses, which they said they use all the time even though they have 9/10/11 engraved on them. Nick and Amy first met while studying at Berklee College of Music in Boston, where they formed their band Karmin.
"One fan was so anxious to see an official wedding pic that he Photoshopped their images onto a bride and groom. "Amy and Nick opened up about their engagement in an interview with Huff Post Live in April 2015 and dished that they didn't have a date set."Absolutely not," Nick joked when asked if they had started planning, but admitted they did have one at one point before canceling it."We even got these wine glasses with the date on it. Their musical chemistry would ultimately turn into a romantic relationship.
"People ask us a lot and obviously that is something that comes up, but we haven't talked about it," Nick Noonan told MTV News at the Rolling Stone "Women Who Rock" showcase, where they are competing with Rita Ora to land the cover of the September issue.
"We've talked about it, but we haven't really thought about dates yet." Now, even though the pair, who released the video for their second single, "Hello," on Tuesday, may not be sending out the save-the-dates anytime soon, it doesn't mean they don't already have some pre-wedding jitters.
It's cool." Do you think that Karmin has one of the most anticipated weddings of the year?