Michael Bublé may have had a false start with Emily Blunt, but this time he followed through.
The Canadian crooner tied the knot with his fianceé of more than a year, Argentinean actress Luisana Loreley Lopilato, in a quiet ceremony that went down today, the singer's rep confirms to E! News.
Here's what we know...
The incredibly good-looking duo, who have been dating since November 2008 after meeting at a party following one of his concerts in her Argentinean hometown, had a simple civil ceremony in downtown Buenos Aires earlier today.
The bride, who is famous in her home country for being a sitcom star, bucked tradition, wearing a violet dress and silver heels for the nuptials instead of a flowing white gown. The Grammy winner himself looked sharp, and was all smiles, in a dapper gray suit.
After exiting the small ceremony, the pair posed for a mob of waiting fans and Lopilato tossed her bouquet of purple orchids into the crowd.
No word yet on if the couple plans on taking some time off for a honeymoon. They're still planning on having another wedding ceremony next month—a big bash to take place at a mansion outside the city for 300 guests.
Bublé proposed to the beauty last November in front of her family in Argentina. The new bride currently stars in a popular South American soap opera and was tapped by Bublé to star in his video for "Haven't Met You Yet."
Bublé was once engaged to singer-actress Debbie Timuss, but the pair split in 2005. He and Blunt dated for two years before calling it quits in 2008.