Renowned for his comedic brilliance in Mean Girls, Daniel Franzese found himself deeply enamored with his boyfriend, the talented stylist Bradley Philips. After two years of blissful companionship, Franzese mustered the courage to propose an engagement that would forever bind their love. Unexpectedly, the memorable moment unfolded in a Starbucks branch nestled in the heart of Hollywood, California.
Regrettably, despite the significance of the location, the engagement did not withstand the test of time. Perhaps the symbolism associated with proposing in a Starbucks branch unintentionally hinted at a potential sense of overratedness, mirroring the fleeting nature of the establishment’s coffee. However, despite the dissolution of their engagement, Franzese and Philips chose to preserve their connection, opting to remain steadfast friends.
First Gentleman Rashad Burgess & Bishop OC Allen
Bishop OC Allen and First Gentleman Rashad Burgess epitomize a remarkable couple united by a shared passion to cultivate inclusivity and realization of their vision. Together, they shepherd an Atlanta church that embraces and welcomes people from all walks of life. At Vision Church, diversity is celebrated, with open arms extended to individuals of all genders, sexual orientations, preferences, races, and backgrounds.
Allen and Burgess tirelessly champion and embody equality, fostering a community that upholds the values of acceptance and understanding. Their commitment to these principles extends beyond their professional endeavors; as a loving couple, they have joyfully built a marriage filled with happiness and are blessed with two children.
Thom Browne & Andrew Bolton
The story of Thom Browne and Andrew Bolton exemplifies the profound connection that can blossom when two individuals intertwine their passions. Their shared journey serves as a testament to the transformative power of love when minds and souls unite as one.
Thom Browne, a renowned fashion designer, crafted elegant dresses for former First Lady Michelle Obama in 2013, showcasing his exceptional talent. Along the way, Browne formed a partnership with Andrew Bolton, a fellow fashion designer, giving birth to a collaboration that produced even more stunning designs. As their creative endeavors evolved, so did their bond, transcending mere professional responsibilities.
Blue Hamilton & Matt Dallas
If you remember the series Kyle XY, you probably remember the actor who played him - Matt Dallas. He is now happily married to music publishing executive Blue Hamilton. The two announced their engagement in 2013 via Twitter. They tied the knot two years after.
On the same year, the couple adopted Crow – their two-year-old son. Having a child helped Dallas change his priorities. He admitted he used to be selfish, but now, he considers his son on every decision he does. He states that as a couple, they now work together as a team in ways they never used to before.
Scott Gill & John Barrowman
It was 1993 when John Barrowman, a writer, singer, actor, and presenter of Scottish descent, watched a play and fell in love with one of the actors. When Barrowman saw Scott Gil on stage, it was love at first sight. The couple was so smitten with each other, they decided to enter a civil partnership to solidify their union.
That’s was 2006. Seven years later, the two felt the need to tie the knot and so they did. The two have been legally married since. And Barrowman has had a pretty amazing time in his career, especially in the U.K., hosting a range of shows and even starring in his own - "Torchwood."