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Go-Go’s Frontwoman Jane Wiedlin Announces Engagement to Boyfriend Terence Lundy


she posted, She said yes! And by that I mean, I said yes! Go-Go’s co-founder with photographs of the happy couple and the accompanying ring on Thursday

It seems that Jane Wiedlin of the Go-Go’s is head over heels for her new fiancé.

The female co-founder of the popular band, guitarist and vocalist has announced that she’s getting married. She announced the engagement to her significant other, founder and CEO of addiction recovery company Pobal, through social media on Thursday.

“She said yes! And I said yes! #Engaged #Happy,” tweeted the musician, 64, at the end of a tweet attached to two photos: one of the couple and one of Wiedlin wearing her engagement ring, which appears to be a square diamond surrounded by other smaller stones.

Additionally, Wiedlin posted a photo of herself and Lundy smiling at a restaurant to Instagram with the caption, “Me and my fiancé @my_brain_on_paint”

Though Wiedlin and Lundy have not been publicly spotted together since 2018, they were reportedly first spotted at the Go-Go’s jukebox Broadway musical Head Over Heels’ opening night party.

They’ve frequently appeared on each other’s Instagram pages, both in photos and comments. Wiedlin’s profile says they went to Hawaii earlier this year.

On his LinkedIn page, he is described as a Pobal founder, and its website outlines the program as an online recovery program which provides various courses for individuals with addictive tendencies.

our recovery programs are based on the principles of personal growth and healing,” says Lundy on the Pobal website. “I’m proud to help others on their journey with our new treatment tools and support.”

Throughout her decades-long career, Wiedlin has been romantically linked to The Bags and The Gun Club musician Terry Graham, the Specials rocker Terry Hall (who co-wrote “Our Lips Are Sealed”), Go-Go’s bandmate Gina Schock (according to the band’s 2020 documentary) and Sparks vocalist Russell Mael.

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