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The Cover Girls

by | 8th, January 2004

‘THE good thing about being in Westlife is that you get to hang around with a cracking bunch of lads.

A negative of the happy couple on their big day

That’s what it says on the tin from whence Sligo’s biggest act in eons came.

The other thing that’s just dandy about being a Westlifer is that you get to meet lots of bridesmaids. Why? Well, every few months one of the boys gets hitched.

This week it’s the turn of Shane Filan to say ”I do” as he steps down the aisle with his sweetheart, Gillian Walsh.

The bride wore white for the big day and, as is the fashion among Westlifers, so did the groom – although he did wear a pair of black shoes.

We like to bring you these little details because they are the things that differentiate one Westlife wedding from the next.

As is the way at such dos, Ronan Keating danced attendance in a frock coat.

Also there was the band’s manager, Louis Walsh. And, as usual, there were white horses and plenty of white teeth and puckered white flesh.

And, as with all things Westlife, there was another version of the same thing later coming along, only with a different drum beat and Shane in a pair of shoes that matched the rest of his outfit.

It’s a wedding Westlife style – it’s a cover wedding.’



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