Alex Blaze

Mark Feehily tweets his engagement

Filed By Alex Blaze | February 03, 2010 10:30 AM | comments

Filed in: Entertainment
Tags: coming out of the closet, Mark Feehily, Twitter, Westlife

I had a crush on Mark Feehily, the best boy band singer ever, that goes all the way back to when I was in college, well before he even came out. And now he's taken:

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Well, I hope he's happy, getting engaged to a person he actually knows instead of a fan he's never met.


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"*Myself* and Kevin are engaged?!!!?"

Good grammar powers that be - you still want him after that?
:-)

i whey ugry ... & azz U kahn C, myself + Yasmin R both A "grammar Nazi" ...

I prefer to think of it as his distinct and charming way of expressing himself. Plus he's from western Ireland, and for all I know that might be how they speak out there (I actually can't understand him most of the time in interviews, his accent's so thick).

Alex, my heart goes out to you and I know exactly how you feel.

Many years ago I resolved to become a Broadway star. To that end I moved to New York City and waited.

And waited.

And waited.

I'm still waiting. Meanwhile, lots of other people have become Broadway stars. Of course, they took acting and singing and dancing lessons... and actually went to auditions.

But I'm still waiting!

I guess that means I'll show up at his wedding/commitment ceremony, shouting "MAAAAAAARC!!! MAAAAAAAAAAAAARC!!!" through the window and trying to run off with him. No, I'm not dramatic, just a procrastinator.

Wonder how I'll explain that to Alberto afterwards.