Did you know you that you can do 69 standing up? Well, you can and Darren Hayes demonstrated it with his friend Anthony, on his podcast The He Said He Said Show.
So is this their affirmation that you can do it? Let’s just say they crash and burn, as in Anthony crashed into the wall and suffered a burn on his hip from the Savage Garden singer lifting him up.
So I truly, madly, deeply warn you to keep 69 in bed! It’s a lot safer, and sadly a lot less funny. But then again, it is a lot more fun when done right! If you do it right, you will be singing the animal song!
Recent Allegation A Statement from Darren's solicitor
"Darren is unable to comment to any extent as the incident is presently under investigation by the police, with whom he has cooperated fully. However he is deeply upset at the allegation which he strenuously denies and anyone who knows Darren will recognise that the particular nature of the allegation is totally abhorrent to him and contrary to everything for which he has stood"
I just don't understand how someone is arrested for a verbal not physical racist attack. Especially the man that dreamed up I Knew I Loved You Before I Met You. I hope he is cleared from this stupid charge.
Australian singer Darren Hayes has married his male partner of two years in a civil service in the United Kingdom In a personal message posted on his official website, the former Savage Garden frontman confirmed he had married his British partner Richard Cullen. "I very rarely make comments about my private life," the singer said "On June 19th, 2006, I married my boyfriend of two years, Richard, in a civil partnership ceremony in London. I can honestly say it was the happiest day of my life." Hayes has been based in the UK for a number of years and earlier this month returned to Australia for a one-off concert at the Sydney Opera House, where he was spotted wearing a wedding ring. The British government this year introduced the Civil Partnership Act, allowing same sex couples to marry in the UK. In Australia, however, the federal government has opposed same-sex marriage and quashed ACT legislation allowing homosexuals to create civil unions. "I feel lucky to live in an era where my relationship can be considered legally legitimate and I commend the UK government for embracing this very basic civil liberty," said Hayes.