A mere pup at age 22, American Idol Season 7′s fourth-place finisher Jason Castro married his longtime sweetheart Mandy Mayhall in a ceremony in their Dallas suburb on Saturday.
Yesterday I married the girl of my dreams… It couldn’t have been more perfect! Now, honeymoooon!!!
I imagine this means Stoner J is no longer a virgin, just like that Jonas kid. It’s just stating the obvious — the only kids who get married in their very, very, very early 20s these days are devout Christians and those who are getting shipped off to Afghanistan (don’t even get me started on that). People need sex, and sometimes marriage is the only way to get sex…if you’re a born-again or Christian fundamentalist.
I still wish Stoner J would just fess up and take on the role of national spokesperson for Christians for Cannabis.
People Magazine also reports that the couple was engaged on Halloween (although if you’re REALLY devout, you don’t celebrate such a Pagan holiday, you celebrate “Harvest Festival” or some such similarly named nonsense in order to give your children candy and allow them to flit about in costumes.
Jason Castro is a married man, according to tweets from guests at his wedding Saturday.
The 22-year-old dreadlocked singer-songwriter, who finished fourth on Season 7 of American Idol, wed girlfriend Mandy Mayhall in his hometown near Dallas.
Earlier this week, the groom-to-be enjoyed a bachelor party complete with bowling, poker and pool, according to his own posts.
The couple confirmed their engagement in November. Castro reportedly proposed on Halloween while the two were dressed as characters from Disney’s Beauty and the Beast.
Fellow Season 8 contestant Brooke White was unable to attend Castro’s nuptials at the last minute:
so I was supposed to be in Dallas for the next few days… but had to stay home cause I’m not feelin’ too swell:(
But I do believe David Archuleta made the trek to the Lone Star State for the festivities.
It’s nice to spend time with family. Spent the morning with my aunt and cousin. Loving the sunny weather in Dallas
I’m sure Castro’s mother had a fine time planning the nuptials. We all know about Beasty…I wonder if she sold any tickets to Castro fans? I do believe their registry was public, so I’m sure there was some serious grifting, ooops, I mean GIFTING.
Well, if I would have received an invite, I would have given the newlyweds something both elegant and useful for their new life together.