‘I Didn’t Know What To Do, I Started Hyperventilating’: Meagan Good Gives The Scoop On DeVon’s Proposal
Megan Good and DeVon Franklin are arguably one of Black Hollywood’s cutest newlywed couples right now. While details surrounding their decision to remain celibate until marriage was a highly publicized tidbit, many still remained curious as to how DeVon actually popped the question. By the way she described it to Wendy Williams, his proposal seemed very traditional.
“When he went to go get the box, I didn’t realize what he was doing. When he brought the box out, I was like, ‘What is that?’ Then he started talking, and I was hearing what he was saying… I didn’t know what to do. I started hyperventilating,” she gushed to Wendy Williams.
Meagan, who seems totally in love and over the moon that she finally found her life-partner answered “absolutely”. The couple dated for ten months and have been married for seven. Meagan has gone on account several times stating that her marriage to DeVon is literally an answered prayer.
“I was crying about so much at the time that God told me exactly what it was going to be and he told me that the next relationship that I got into was going to be “the” relationship. God told me specifically what the criteria was with the man I was going to marry and he told me to not settle. So I would meet guys who are Christians or loved the Lord, but they weren’t trying with all their heart to walk with him. And I wouldn’t feel in myself that that was the guy, so even if I liked him or was attracted to him I would say, OK I’m not going to settle,” she told Global Grind back in April.
She also revealed that she and DeVon actually met on the set of another film six years before filming Jumping The Broom.
“We met 6 years before on a christian film and he called me into his office and told me if I needed anything to definitely let him know. Then we met again when he exec. produced Jumping The Broom. And here we are,” she told Wendy.
It’s difficult not to be happy for the lovebirds.
Jazmine Denise is a news writer for Madame Noire. Follow her on Twitter @jazminedenise