British rocker Danny Jones tied the knot with model Georgia Horsley on Saturday (01Aug14). The McFly guitarist and singer exchanged vows with the former Miss England beauty at a ceremony held in North Yorkshire, England, becoming the third member of the band to wed.
Bandmates Tom Fletcher, Harry Judd and Dougie Poynter were all in attendance, with Poynter's pop star girlfriend Ellie Goulding also a guest.
Other attendees included McBusted members James Bourne and Matt Willis.
Jones and Horsley announced their engagement in July last year (13) when the musician shared a picture of himself and his partner showing off her engagement ring on Twitter.com.
The couple began dating in 2009 following Jones' split from Horsley's Miss England successor Laura Coleman.
British singer Ellie Goulding is dating pop rocker Dougie Poynter. The pair sparked romance rumours last month (Feb14) after the McFly star was spotted arriving at the Lights hitmaker's London home on several occasions.
They remained tight-lipped about the status of their relationship, but now Poynter has admitted they have been dating since last year (13).
Poynter tells Britain's Mail on Sunday newspaper, "We've been seeing each other since last year. Ellie's a great girl, such a lovely person and a breath of fresh air in this industry.
"In the music industry you always bump into the same people, so it's nice when you get to meet other musicians you like and want to spend time with."
Poynter is Goulding's latest celebrity boyfriend, she has previously dated War Horse actor Jeremy Irvine, dubstep star Skrillex, British DJ Greg James and was linked to One Direction's Niall Horan in 2013.
The McFly guitarist dated pop star Frankie Sandford between 2008 and 2010.
Ferdaus Shamim/GettyWith original member Charlie Simpson still refusing to go back to his boyband-with-guitars days now that he's a semi-credible singer-songwriter, Matt Willis and James Bourne, aka the remaining members of mid-'00s UK chart-toppers Busted, have now instead hooked up with the group they undoubtedly paved the way for, McFly, for the latest big pop reunion tour. But which other pop acts could realistically join forces to form in the wake of the newest 'supergroup' McBusted. Here's a look at five potential ideas.Destiny's Child/TLCIt's unlikely that Beyoncé will ever wish to share the limelight with her former Destiny's Child bandmates for more than a few minutes, a la the Super Bowl, ever again. But there's nothing to stop Kelly and Michelle hooking up with T-Boz and Chilli to create the ultimate 90s R&B girlband crossover.Sugababes Versions 1-4The recent reunion of Mutya Keisha Siobhan, the original line-up of the ever-revolving Sugababes, hasn't exactly been a roaring success, while the latest line-up of Jade, Heidi and Amelle has been missing in action ever since 2011. But with a decade of hook-laden hits between them, a show featuring the four various line-ups would undoubtedly reignite both parties' careers.BSBNSYNCBackstreet Boys have already embraced the supergroup concept having toured and recorded with New Kids On The Block. And while Justin Timberlake is too much of a superstar to revisit his teen-pop past for more than a quick MTV VMA medley, the other four members would surely be open to hooking up with their old rivals for a feast of late '90s/early '00s boyband pop.S Club 15The term 'supergroup' might be pushing it here but it would certainly be interesting to see one of the biggest pop groups of the early '00s, S Club 7, team up with the eight members of their mini-me spin-off S Club Juniors – two of which are now in The Saturdays – for a massive S Club Party.Boyzone/WestlifeThey would possibly be the dreariest pop 'supergroup' of all time, but fans of karaoke covers and 'stand up for the key change' ballads would be in pop heaven if Irish boyband Boyzone and their recently-defunct successors Westlife decided to pool their coma-inducing resources together.
British boybands Mcfly and Busted are uniting to create a supergroup for a U.K. tour next year (14). The two acts teased their plans to join forces last week (ends10Nov13) and on Monday (11Nov13), they held a press conference in London to give fans the details.
Busted stars James Bourne and Matt Willis will hit the stage with the four boys from McFly, Tom Fletcher, Harry Judd, Danny Jones and Dougie Poynter, for an arena trek in April and May 2014.
Former Busted rocker Charlie Simpson, whose departure in 2005 led to the band's demise, will not rejoin the group.
The tour will kick off in Glasgow, Scotland on 19 April (14) and end on 9 May (14) in Manchester, England. The new supergroup will be known as McBusted.