Usher Finally Confirms He's a Married Man: She's a 'Wonderful Woman'

Usher beams when talking to Ellen DeGeneres about his wife, Grace Miguel, whom he married in September.

Usher is officially off the market, and couldn't be happier about it.

The 37-year-old singer recently appeared on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, when he finally confirmed he married his longtime girlfriend, Grace Miguel. In September, a source confirmed to ET that the former Voice coach had secretly tied the knot in Cuba, and that the couple spent their honeymoon in the country as well.

"Thank you," Usher smiled, flashing his wedding ring when DeGeneres congratulated him. "In Cuba, it was really great. We had a great time -- wonderful woman, great family."

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Usher gushed about Grace to Billboard last October, specifically, their love of travel.

"One thing that has come from having a great partner like Grace is being able to cherish the places that I've gone," he said. "We see the monumental sites, go to the museums, eat in the best restaurants. I'm that guy now! In the past I'd do what I have to do and get on the bus to the next city. Life has become a vacation."

"She's someone who has been able to support and understand all of who I am," he added. "Not just as a dancer or as a performer or as a singer, but as a humanitarian and a businessman and as a person."

Usher's September nuptials marks his second marriage. He married stylist Tameka Foster, 44, in 2007, but the two divorced in 2009. They have two sons together -- 8-year-old Usher Raymond V and 6-year-old Naviyd Ely Raymond -- and were involved in a highly publicized three-year custody battle following their split. But last August, Usher surprisingly called getting married at 28 years old his "best" mistake.

"Most people probably think I regret it because I ended up getting divorced, but it helped me learn that sometimes I think I know more than I actually do," he told Oprah Winfrey's O Magazine.

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ET talked to Tameka last May, who admitted that she made "mistakes" in their marriage.

"I undertook a lot in getting into such a public relationship, and I think I nagged him as a result of what I was going through," Tameka said candidly. "I was just always in his ear. I was being such a b**ch."