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Courtney Stodden is ‘not ready to walk down aisle’ again yet

Courtney Stodden is ‘not ready to walk down aisle’ again yet… a year after finalizing divorce from Doug Hutchison after marrying at 16


Courtney Stodden is in no rush to walk down the aisle.

The singer, 27, was thrilled to accept fiancé Chris Sheng’s proposal when he popped the question back in May.

But after having already wed back at just 16-years-old, Courtney told Fox News they’re not ‘ready to walk down an aisle in any near future.’

Taking their time: Courtney Stodden is not ‘ready to walk down [the] aisle in any near future’ despite their engagement to Chris Sheng

Stodden, who is non-binary and uses they/them pronouns, was only a teenager when they married actor Doug Hutchison in 2011.

So the star is happy to wait a bit to make things official with Sheng, an LA-based businessman.

‘When [Chris] proposed to me, I made sure I told him that I’m not ready to walk down an aisle in any near future and he accepted that,’ the singer said.

‘He said “I completely understand, take all the time you need, but I’m never going anywhere.”‘

Still, Courtney said things weren’t ‘slowing down’ by any means.

‘I got a divorce and then I got engaged. My life is not slowing down by any means,’ they laughed.

Love: Court said 'Yes' when Sheng popped the question back in May

Love: Court said ‘Yes’ when Sheng popped the question back in May

Ex: Stodden married actor Doug Hutchison when they were just 16 in 2011 and isn't in a rush for marriage two. They're seen in 2011 above

Ex: Stodden married actor Doug Hutchison when they were just 16 in 2011 and isn’t in a rush for marriage two. They’re seen in 2011 above

In the interview, Stodden also touched on their issues with Chrissy Teigen, whose viscious bullying of the then-teenaged star resurfaced earlier this year.

‘This whole past thing with Chrissy was really difficult to go through because it was almost like she was telling me to kill myself again,’ Stodden said.

‘It just brings me back to that place of being told that I’m not good enough or I’m not worthy of a life. It was in my face all the time.’

Stodden added that Teigen has yet to reach out with a ‘personal apology,’ but said they are now ‘closing this chapter.’ 

No apology: Courtney also revealed that they've yet to receive a personal apology from Chrissy Teigen, who was exposed for viscously bullying the singer as a teenager

No apology: Courtney also revealed that they’ve yet to receive a personal apology from Chrissy Teigen, who was exposed for viscously bullying the singer as a teenager

‘I’m approaching it with forgiveness. I completely have moved on from it,’ Stodden adds. 

‘I’m working toward my own peace. I wish the same for her. I wish her a lot of healing.’

Referring to Teigen’s joke about being in ‘cancel club’, Courtney added: ‘I don’t really believe in cancel culture.’

‘I believe there’s things you do and things you don’t do, and I believe in redemption. I think it’s important and it’s a part of life.’

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