Originally posted on Busted Coverage  |  Last updated 11/21/11

Remember last week when BC showed you the numbers proving that Kristin Cavallari banging Cutler – AGAIN – was saving the Bears season? Yeah, well, he’s out 6-8 weeks with a broken throwing thumb. Yeah, he needs surgery. OOOPS. Sorry, Bears fan. Kinda jinxed you there didn’t we. But there is good news for Cuts-Cavs fans out there. Jay popped the question – AGAIN. Yes, these lovebirds are back on for that dumb wedding plan. 

Life & Style have the BREAKING details:

Life & Style can exclusively reveal that Jay has proposed for the second time–and Kristin has accepted!

“Kristin is over the moon with happiness,” a source tells Life & Style. “She’s already told her friends that the engagement is back on. They haven’t set a new date yet.”

As Life & Style previously reported, after a whirlwind 10-month romance with The Hills star, 24, Jay, 28, abruptly ended the relationship when Kristin put work before plans with the Chicago Bears quarterback. Kristin, who had been excitedly planning her dream wedding, which was set for summer 2012, was left heartbroken.

We’d ordered the couple a sweet melamine reamer but it was returned to Crate & Barrel. It’s our theory that Cavs’ PR team had this release set for this morning and the broken thumb thing just happened to get in the way. Total buzzkill, Cavs.

The Bears and now screwed and these two can begin their winter a little early. Caleb Hanie will get his shot and has four winnable games on the schedule. Meanwhile, we’ll be over here searching for the couple’s new gift registry. We’ll keep you guys abreast of any breaking details.

[Life & Style Exclusive: Kristin Cavallari Engagement: Back On!]


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