Tuesday, September 06, 2016

Adrienne Bailon's Surprise Engagement Not Really a Surprise?


Last month gospel music star Israel Houghton secretly flew fiancé Adrienne Bailon's parents to Paris to witness his surprise wedding proposal [click here if you missed that].

But was it really a surprise..?

Not according to this newly revealed blind item.

From Crazy Days and Nights
Blind Items Revealed
August 13, 2016
This former tweener actress/singer turned talk show host knew her engagement was coming so don’t let her try and fool you. She also told her probably future husband that he shouldn’t bother asking unless it was worth at least six figures.
Adrienne Bailon

9 comments:

iketernr said...

#golddigger

Anonymous said...

#ITWONTLAST

Anonymous said...

Let this be a lessson to those who THINK a man won't Leave...its a lot more common now.

NOT saying its right BUT does happen

Anonymous said...

you cannot be and stay happy at the expense of someone else's . . .

Women are so thirsty, always been that way.
Men always been a sucker for a pretty face, always been that way.

None of these marriages of the 21st century impress me. Everyone is so shallow and thirsty, which is why no one grows old together any more.

Everything is a reality show, everything wants to be a social media star putting all their business.

These celebrities absolutely bore me . .

The King Of The Real said...

who are these people

Anonymous said...

#therealhomewrecker

Anonymous said...

You have to be really desperate to marry a man who had infidelity issue in his last marriage, especially when he was the alleged wrongdoer, and especially when the marriage recently ended, and most especially when he's extremely unattractive.

Anonymous said...

So her parents really approve off tthhis?! Yeah right!

Anonymous said...

this is her second proposal (2 different men) in 9 months, maybe she'll make it to the alter this time, and according to him he had been separated for years, so he didn't leave for her...now if he was messing with her on the low for the last 5 years is another question..

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