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Caleb Hyles Is Getting Married - And His Message To His Future Wife Is Amazing

2nd January 2016 | Advice / Opinion

Caleb Hyles Is Getting Married - And His Message To His Future Wife Is Amazing

Caleb Hyles started on W!ZARD Radio Station in 2014 as one of the first artists on 'Show:Me', the radio show which showcases artists that we love and gives them a monthly radio show.

From 'Show:Me' he went on to becoming a correspondent, presenting our live coverage from Rock In Rio USA in Las Vegas in Summer 2015 before, shortly after, he was given his own slot which he presents every Saturday from 3.00pm (GMT).

We've known Caleb for nearly 2 years now, and it's been amazing. When we found out that he was getting married to the love of his life, Kara, we were overjoyed with emotions - but we had no idea that he had the world's most adorable and heartfelt message reserved for Kara, to be read exclusively on-air.

Future husbands, listen and learn!

Listen below to Caleb Hyles "Confessions" - where he tells his wife-to-be how he really feels.

Broadcasted worldwide, only on W!ZARD Radio Station.

Caleb Hyles' Message To My Future Wife

Caleb Hyles reads a special message for his wife-to-be Kara, live on-air.

Advice Unplugged: My Best Friend Is Now Best Friends With My Ex!

23rd December 2015 | Advice / Opinion

Advice Unplugged: My Best Friend Is Now Best Friends With My Ex!

My Best Friend Is Now Best Friends With My Ex!

Hi Thomas! I'm an 18 year old boy who lives in London. A girl who I used to think was my best friend (we were best friends since I met her in Year 7 over six years ago). Anyway, she's now become best friends with my ex-girlfriend (we were going out for 3 years and only broke up around 6 months ago). I introduced them to eachother when we were dating but they never really hit it off. All of a sudden, they're best friends. I used to confide in my best friend about the appalling things my girlfriend was doing during our break up, such as not paying me back and generally being a horrible person.

Now the two of them are getting even closer and go to parties together and my friend has ecome very defensive of her. I feel pushed to the side, hurt and betrayed. Should I keep her as my best friend?


Dear Anonymous Sideline,Thank you for your send in. This is not a very easy situation remedy as there is a lot going on here. I am sure that you are feeling many different things right now, confusion, hurt, betrayal and most of all the uneasy feeling of not knowing what is being said about you (if anything at all). Let us look at this situation logically for a moment. You have over six years of history with your best friend. You may have introduced your best friend to your ex-girlfriend, but that is only a natural step in the progression of a relationship. Before you make any decisions as to keeping or letting go of your best friend, I would suggest making a time for the two of you to…

Advice Unplugged: I Don't Want To Button My Polo

23rd December 2015 | Advice / Opinion

Advice Unplugged: I Don't Want To Button My Polo

I Don't Want To Button My Polo

Where I live, most schools have polo shirts as part of their uniform. Last year, everyone used to wear them unbuttoned and doing up all of the buttons would have been seen as ‘nerdy’. I returned to school and now everybody is doing up all of the buttons – even the top button! I think it looks ridiculous, but I feel like I can’t fit in unless I do my top button up? I know it’s a tiny issue compared to all of your other messages – but could you help?

Dear Anonymous Style,

Fashion is a fickle friend. One day prints are in and the next day they are out, however in a few years time they make another debut in the fashion world, much like the button "epidemic" as I like to call it.

Fashion and style is unique to everyone and polo shirts are no exception. I do have to agree with you that I do not like the buttons on a polo shirt to be done all the way to the top, regardless if it is part of a uniform or not. Most uniforms I have ever worn were shirts with a collar and a ties. Considering the relaxed approach to uniforms now, if I were to do such a thing as buttoning up all of the buttons to the top, I would need to add a bow-tie to complete the look I was going for.

Considering I do not like bow-ties (unless I am wearing a dinner jacket), I feel that polo shirts area relaxed, casual, yet preppy approach to relaxed fashion - therefore I feel that the top button should never be buttoned. This issue is one of self comfort not a…