Omarosa Manigault has found the man she'd like to spend the rest of her life with.

The 42-year-old former The Apprentice star got engaged over the weekend and is proudly showing off her diamond ring, TMZ reported.

Pastor John Allen Newman reportedly proposed to Manigault on Sunday in front of his congregation at The Sanctuary at Calvary Church in Jacksonville, FL. A churchgoer apparently witnessed the proposal.

Omarosa, who is also an assistant pastor at Weller Street Baptist Church in Los Angeles, met Newman while teaching at Howard University in the Executive Education Program and in the Executive MBA Program at its business school.

Manigault and Newman dated for less than one year prior to getting engaged, according to TMZ.

She was previously married to Aaron Stallworth, but they separated in 2005 and later divorced. Manigault went on to date actor Michael Clarke Duncan, but he passed away in September 2012.

Manigault was a contestant on the very first season of Donald Trump's The Apprentice in 2004. With her reputation as a villain, Manigault returned to compete on Season 1 of The Celebrity Apprentice and eventually signed on for the franchise's first-ever All-Stars edition of the show.

Manigault has also appeared on more than 20 other reality shows -- including VH1's fifth season of The Surreal Life and NBC's Fear Factor.

Manigault, a political commentator on CNN, was recently named the director of African-American outreach for Trump's presidential campaign.