Jordin Sparks feels ''very, very blessed'' to have found love again.
She said: ''He makes me smile every single day. He's a good guy. I'm very, very blessed.''
Jordin first found fame after winning 'American Idol' in 2007 and she is hoping to get the chance to return to the show this year for its final season.
Speaking to 'Extra', she said: This is the last season. It's sad, you know. I'm hoping they'll bring back all the winners.''
The 25-year-old star has been working hard on her new album 'Right Here Right Now', which was all inspired by her personal feelings.
She said: ''I'm coming into my own as a woman, artistically. I had to experience love and pain, doubt and fear and all of that stuff, and I feel I was able to put it all in a record.''
Jordin recently admitted she can already imagine getting married to Sage - whose real name is Dominic Wynn Woods - in the future.
She said: ''It's very early, but I'm not the type of person who stays in a relationship if I can't see it going further than a casual relationship.
''I could see marriage, but we haven't really planned anything. He does call me his wife, though.''
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