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Naya Rivera marriage shocker: 'Glee' star weds three months after Big Sean split

Actress Naya Rivera arrives at the Marie Claire's Fresh Faces Party at Soho House on April 8, 2014 in West Hollywood, California.
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It looks like "Glee" star Naya Rivera is settling down. Rivera completely shocked fans when she announced her new marriage to Ryan Dorsey. The news comes just three months after Naya Rivera very publicly broke up with ex-fiance Big Sean. According to People Magazine on Wednesday, Dorsey and Rivera have been friends for years and found love after the Big Sean break up.

Ryan Dorsey and Naya Rivera met four years ago when Dorsey moved to Los Angeles from West Virginia. The pair struck up a friendship immediately and after the split from Big Sean, Dorsey and Rivera immediately became an item.

According to reports, the couple's short engagement was only 2 and a half months. Considering Naya and Big Sean called off their engagement in April, that means she became engaged again almost immediately. Despite just ending a year-long engagement, Naya didn't seem too affected and moved on to Ryan Dorsey with no issue.

The couple were reportedly married in a small Cancun, Mexico ceremony. Naya and Ryan were surrounded by a small number of friends and family. They exchanged Neil Lane rings while Naya wore a long-sleeved white Monique Lhullier gown and Ryan wore a Dolce & Gabbana suit.

Although not as recognizable as Naya, Kevin Dorsey is also an actor. He has played bit parts in television shows "Southland", "Parks and Recreation" and "Mob City." He also has the upcoming "Blood Father" with Mel Gibson to look forward to. Naya will be finishing up the last season of "Glee" with her role as Santana Lopez.

Naya Rivera's marriage came as a huge surprise to "Glee" fans. It will be interesting to see if Big Sean comments on the wedding or if he stays quiet. What do you think of the wedding news? Leave your thoughts in the comments below.

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