McCaul Loved up Love is in the air as former Eurovision singer Donna McCaul ties the knot with her LA girlfriend
EUROVISION singer Donna McCaul has finally found Love and has tied the knot to her longtime girlfriend Shanna Bartholomew in LA.
Donna, 36, who represented Ireland at the annual song contest in 2005, has been living in Los Angeles for almost ten years.
She is still in the music business where she fronts popular pop and rock group Weekend Celebrity.
Due to Covid the music business has been put on hiatus in LA, but over the weekend Donna had some happier news for her followers.
She took to her Facebook page on Saturday where she posted a picture of the couple’s hands, displaying their wedding rings.
Two glasses of champagne were also in the picture as well as an envelope containing their marriage certificate, with a sticker saying “Happily Ever After” on it.
Shanna has since changed her profile name to “Shanna McCaul”, taking Donna’s surname after the nuptuals.
The singer followed that post on Sunday with a picture of the happily couple dining out Giuseppe's Pizzeria in Montrose, LA.
According to Donna’s Facebook page the couple got engaged last September and decided to get hitched just three months later.
Donna has been working steadily as a musician in America and even had a brief stint on the American version of the Voice.
She will always be remembered in Ireland as one half of the McCaul's, the brother and sister act, from Westmeath, who graced our screens on the third series of the Irish talent show before representing Ireland at the Eurovision Song Contest in Kiev in 2005.
Singing Love - penned by Karl Broderick - the pair never made it past the semi-finals.
In the end, it was Greece with the song "My Number One" performed by Helena Paparizou who won the competition.
Donna has a new look, with a died pink bob and regularly headlines LA Live which is a huge venue that hosts thousands of punters.
She has also performed at the Playboy Mansion as well as a number of high-profile private and commercial functions.