Jonathan Bennett, the actor who rose to fame by playing Aaron Samuels in the film “Mean Girls” – starring Lindsay Lohan – announced this November 30 that he is engaged to his partner, presenter Jaymes Vaughan.
Through his representative, the interpreter made this news known to the E! News. In fact, it was Vaughan who proposed to whoever played the school idol on “Mean Girls,” with a romantic song he composed for the occasion, according to People magazine.
” I love how I can be myself without apologizing and I love that he loves me unconditionally for it,” Bennett said about his boyfriend Vaughan – host of the show “Celebrity Page” – in an interview with the aforementioned medium.
The proposal was planned by the television host while Bennett was filming ” The Christmas House, ” the plot of which stands out as the first Hallmark-produced film featuring a same-sex partner.
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HOW DID BENNETT REACT TO THE PROPOSAL?
“Every part of the song was personal to Jonathan. Every letter, even the structure of the melody, was designed the way I knew it would be sung to me, ”Vaughan said. Faced with the emotional moment of the proposal, Bennett reacted with tears of emotion.
“It’s hard for me to remember the rest because I think my body just decided to pass out and cry ugly. All he was doing was crying ugly. But I just remember feeling at home. I knew it from the moment I saw him with the poster they were proposing to me, “he said.
Upon seeing his boyfriend get down on his knees, the 39-year-old interpreter said that “he was so excited that I started screaming hysterically.” “ I screamed yes, immediately. It was actually: ‘Yes, of course! ‘”.
As recalled, Bennett and Vaughan announced their romantic relationship in 2017, the year in which the former confessed his homosexuality and confirmed the end of his single status through a publication on social networks.