So Matt has already planned Dougie’s birthday party apparently:P I really love their bromance, they are so cute!
Watch the interview HERE
The cheeky pop star is planning to spice up the singer’s 27th this weekend and all he really wanted was a magician – of course he did
McBusted’s Dougie Poynter might end up with more than he bargained for his birthday this year.
The hunky bassist, who is dating pop star Ellie Goulding, turns 27 this Sunday and band mate Matt Willis is planning to book a STRIPPER for an memorable celebration night.
Oh Lord, we don’t know what Ellie will think about all of this.
Asked what he had planned, Dougie said: “Maybe a bouncy castle, or a magician?” But it seems Matt has other ideas.
The star told Mirror Celeb: “I’ve got a brilliant idea for Dougie’s birthday. I’m not allowed to go to strip clubs, but that doesn’t mean you can’t have strippers somewhere else. A strip pub, maybe?”
Asked if he’s allowed to watch strippers now he’s married to TV beauty Emma Willis, he replied: “I don’t know, I don’t know, let’s just not talk about it, I didn’t say that!” Oh dear.
Matt is certainly the cheekiest member of McBusted. But we’re sure Emma will see the funny side, though. Hopefully.
Dougie also joked about getting married and admitted he’s always thought about what dress HE would wear.
He said he was planning to choose a gorgeous Vera Wang gown for his big day, telling us: “You don’t wear the dress, the dress wears you.” Umm, okay then Doug.
Dougie and bandmate James are the last two members of the band to get hitched and it seems Dougie might be the first to tie the knot because his band mates can “never imagine” James getting married.
James, who has been dating singer Portia Conn since the beginning of this year, said: “I’m holding out! I’m hanging on to part one!” Poor Portia.
Meanwhile, the band have a whole lot going on at the moment with their first single Air Guitar released this week, along with their DVD Tourplay and McBusted Live at the 02.
The supergroup, made up of members of McBusted and McFly, will also release their album in coming months and say they want to keep going for as long as possible.
Matt said: “What is so brilliant about McBusted is that for the last couple of years I’ve felt like I should be growing up a little bit, like, ‘Come on man, you’ve gotta get your stuff together now’.
“But suddenly, I’m in a band where that is so not the rule. I can do whatever I want and it’s just fun. I want to keep doing that. Never grow up!”