ACM New Female Vocalist of the Year Lauren Alaina is celebrating what turned into a very successful ACM Awards week, and she has the full support of her longtime boyfriend, Alex Hopkins.

One day after Sunday's (April 15) awards show, Hopkins posted a loving, public message to Alaina, gushing about how proud he is of her and her accomplishments, saying: "Last night was a dream."

"I could not be more proud of this girl right here. It’s a beautiful thing watching her work so hard for her dream and be able to get so incredibly recognized for it," he adds. "Lauren, I love you more than I can put into words. I’m so unbelievably proud of you."

Alaina reciprocated on her official Instagram on Tuesday (April 17), admitting that she too is in disbelief and that she loves Hopkins, also:

Alaina continues to be recognized for not only her own music and talents, but also her collaboration with her childhood friend Kane Brown on the song "What Ifs" — and the nominations keep coming. On Tuesday, she received the amazing news that her duet with Brown is for a 2018 Billboard Music Award for Top Country Song.

"This week was already the best week ever, but it just keeps getting more and more phenomenal," Alaina says on social media. "How can it be that I won New Female Vocalist of the Year for the ACMs, had a nomination for Vocal Event at the ACMs, sang on the freaking ACM Awards, and WE FOUND OUT THIS MORNING WE HAVE A BILLBOARD NOMINATION TOGETHER?!"

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