Magician Shin Lim is Getting Married and His Relationship is Truly Magical

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Magician Shin Lim wowed audiences last year on “America’s Got Talent” with his jaw-dropping card trick, but what’s really stealing the show now is his adorable relationship with his soon-to-be wife Casey Thomas.

Lim and Thomas actually met at his residency at Studio City, a hotel and casino resort in Macau, where Lim and Thomas both performed at the House of Magic show.


Lim detailed in a vlog about how he surprised his girlfriend and dancer on stage with a proposal.

“Exactly one year ago from today, we met right here for the first time,” Lim said while approaching Thomas. He says that the two shared a kiss hours after a meeting, and ever since has had the most amazing time with her.

“I want to spend the rest of my life with you. Seriously, you’re the most incredible girl ever and I love you so much. Casey Thomas, will you marry me?”

Needless to say, this couple is goals.

 

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The two are set to marry next week.

 

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I mean, look at how cute they are!

 

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She was the one who pushed Lim to enter “America’s Got Talent”!

 

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They work together.

 

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Can’t wait to have this guy and all of his magic back in my life 🤗 #19moredays #countingdownthedays #hurryup

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They play together.

 

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They even share a love of “Star Wars” together.

 

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OK seriously stop now, our hearts are melting.

 

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I’m not crying, you are.

 

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Featured Image via Instagram / caseykathleen_ (Left) and shinlimmagic (Right)

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