Alanis Morissette is engaged to the bravest man in the world.

The angry young rock confessor, who has famously trashed ex-loves in hit songs so raw censors are kept standing by, has accepted the ring of actor Ryan Reynolds, her publicist confirmed to E! Tuesday.

The wedding will be the first for both. No date has been set.

Morissette, who turned 30 on June 1, and Reynolds, 27, began dating in 2002. They share homes in Los Angeles and Vancouver, hometown to Reynolds, a Canadian like his intended.

"I knew early on that he was someone I could spend the rest of my life with," Morissette gushes in Us Weekly's June 28 issue. "I just feel like we're family and we're on this journey of evolving together."

The Grammy-winning singer-songwriter goes on to describe Reynolds, who, according to Us, gifted her with a 2.5 carat emerald-cut platinum ring, as "courageous."

No kidding.

Morissette, a big-haired, bubblegum-crooning Canadian Debbie Gibson in her teen years, broke through on the international scene in 1995 with the mega-selling Jagged Little Pill, featuring the I've-been-dumped-and-now-I-hate-you anthem, "You Oughta Know." Sample lyric: "Are you thinking of me when you [bleep] her."

While Morissette chilled out in India prior to releasing 1998's Supposed Former Infatuation Junkie, she remained a pistol.

"I'm fed up with guys who are trying to tell me how I should feel, how a woman should feel," she told E! Online around the time of the album's release. "What do they know about it?"

On her third CD, 2002's Under Rug Swept, she detailed the "21 Things I Want in a Lover." Among her preferences: Opposition to the death penalty, a self-deprecating sense of humor and a big, you know, intellectual capacity.

By So Called Chaos, released in May, Morissette had taken to penning Valentines for Reynolds. Sample love-struck, if incomprehensible lyric from "Knees of My Bees": "You are a sage who is fueled by compassion/Comes to nooks and crannies/Is bound for all stars."

"[That] was one of the first songs I wrote because I was in a very infatuated mode," Morissette recently told VH1. "It was hard for me not to write about my boyfriend Ryan...I think I'll be giddy about him forever."

Or so Mr. Reynolds should hope.

Even in her pre-wedded bliss, Morissette has proved she has a memory as long as the ex-boyfriend-obsessed Lili Taylor in Say Anything.

"Fourteen years/30 minutes/15 seconds/I've held this grudge," Morissette sings in the So Called Chaos tune, "This Grudge." "Eleven songs/Four full journals/Thoughts of punishment/I've expended."

At least Reynolds is no stranger to tough tasks.

From 1998-2001, he starred in an ABC sitcom with a really stupid name, Two Guys, a Girl and a Pizza Place (later shortened to the Cinemax After Dark-sounding Two Guys and a Girl). In 2002, he starred in a really stupid party movie, National Lampoon's Van Wilder.

Soldiering on, he has a costarring role in the latest Blade sequel, Blade: Trinity, due out in December.

Reynolds previously was linked to Rachael Leigh Cook, about whom he is not known to have written any songs.

Morissette's former paramours include Dave Coulier, the guy who did funny voices on Full House, about whom she reputedly penned "You Oughta Know."

Can't say Reynolds hasn't been warned.

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