Danny O'Donoghue on The Voice experience: "I had 200 marriage proposals in two days"
The Script's Danny O'Donoghue has opened up about how his life has changed since taking part as a vocal coach on new talent show The Voice.
In a new interview with The Sun's Fabulous magazine, the Irish heartthrob explained that he has noticed more women are paying attention to him and he receives an impressive amount of messages from admirers on social networking sites:
"After the show went out I had 200 marriage proposals in two days. Crazy stuff. And I get a lot of girls tweeting the same message over and over asking me to follow them, which is a bit like someone constantly ringing your doorbell."
“I’m loving it though. I see it as a bit of fun unless it starts getting stalkerish. My mother checks my Twitter, and I wouldn’t like her to see what people have said they’d like to do to me.”
He continued by admitting that his ideal girl would be unafraid of the great outdoors and "up for a challenge":
"I look for confidence in a partner. I like girls who are up for a challenge. Someone to go walking and hill climbing with and who doesn’t mind trawling through the s*** across fields. Someone who likes to get their hands dirty.”
Referring to his experience of fame so far, O'Donoghue added: "I never wanted to be famous for being famous. I wanted to be known for my music."
"But we’ve been looking for a project that would help get our personalities across for quite a while and this was the best way forward. Now’s the time to go balls to the wall.”
Read the full interview in this Sunday's issue of Fabulous (April 15) and you can watch him answer fan questions here:
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