09:02 AM EDT 07/19/2016
Originally posted 07/18/2016 07:10PM
Mean Girls and Looking star Daniel Franzese is engaged!
Franzese, known best for his role as Damian in the 2004 movie, recently proposed to his partner Joseph Bradley Phillips, his rep confirms to PEOPLE exclusively.
The actor, 38, popped the question at a Starbucks in North Hollywood where the couple – who have been together for more than a year – met for the first time.
When they arrived at the coffee chain, Franzese slipped the ring to one of the baristas, whom he had spoken to the day before about the proposal plan.
And as the barista called out the pair's coffee orders, she referred to them as "Mr. & Mr. Franzese" – and handed Phillips a different order, saying it was a new drink he should try.
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When Jonathan Bennett hits the Dancing with the Stars stage Monday night, there will be two important supporters missing in the audience – his parents.
"I’m doing every performance for both my parents because I know how much they would love to see me on this," the Mean Girls heartthrob told his hometown newspaper The Blade of being inspired to join the season 19 cast of the ABC reality competition after losing his mother in 2012 and his father in April.
"I just lost my father to brain cancer not but three months ago and this was his favorite show on television," said Bennett. "And when he was sick in hospice, the only show he wanted to watch was Dancing with the Stars because he said this show made him feel good."
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