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Good Charlotte Serenade Couple In Sydney

Written by Alex Langlands on March 1, 2012

A few weeks ago, Heineken teamed up with the famous Madden brothers from America’s Good Charlotte to give a unique Valentines Day experience to one lucky girl. The project was; find a man and get Good Charlotte to serenade his girlfriend on his behalf for Valentines Day. The result (seen below) was something truly special. Taking place in Sydney’s Golden Sheaf the viral video has already clocked up thousands of views.

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