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Carlos Correa and his fiancee discussed his epic World Series proposal on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live'

Twitter: @JimmyKimmelLive

To say the last five days for the Astros have been "eventful" would be a gross understatement. Since beating the Dodgers in Game 7 of the World Series on Wednesday, they've made the rounds on various late-night programs and done what you'd expect fresh off the franchise's first World Series title -- from ""The Tonight Show" to "Saturday Night Live", Disney World to weddings in Tuscany -- they've been everywhere, and rightly so. 

The victory lap continued on Monday night, when shortstop Carlos Correa and his now-fiancée, Daniella, turned up on "Jimmy Kimmel Live." There, talked about -- what else -- that dreamlike engagement Correa made his reality just minutes after the final out of Game 7 while being interviewed by Ken Rosenthal. 

The happy couple also posed with Kimmel for a great group shot:

Needless to say, Correa enjoyed his visit:

Shoutout to him for living his best life at the age of just 23.

Correa's Kimmel turn on Monday came hours after Alex Bregman made his own rounds in NYC -- first, talking about #HoustonStrong and the chances of a repeat on "Good Morning America" -- and then visiting Jake and Jordan from the Cespedes Family BBQ for more talking later in the day. 

Have a week, Astros.