This Famous Vlogger Posted The 'Steps' of His Marriage Proposal to A Fellow YouTuber

And it will make you cry!
by Bernadette Rivera   |  Jul 15, 2020
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If there’s one thing that can brighten up your day in these times, it’s a proposal video.

A Pinoy vlogger named Junnie Boy -- with 2.94M subscribers-- shares his proposal ~journey~ for his girlfriend Vien who is also a Youtuber. Even if you're not a fan, watching it will surely make you cry.

Junnie Boy and Vien started their relationship in 2017 and they now have a two-year-old son named Mavi. Both of them are members of the famous group called Team Payaman. If you haven’t heard of them, Team Payaman is a group of popular Youtube vloggers who live in a house called “Payamansion.”

Last night, Junnie Boy uploaded a 35-minute video on his Youtube channel entitled “The JunnieBoy Proposal” and it already has 3M views as of writing.

He started the vlog with a straight to the point statement. No pranks, no paligoy-ligoy, and definitely no clickbait. 

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"Ito na 'yun. Ito na 'yung tunay na It's time. Kaya sa lahat ng sumusuporta as Team Payaman, sa lahat ng Tribong Giyang, at siyempre sa lahat ng Viensters na sumusuporta kay Vien, gusto ko ipaalam sa inyo, magpo-propose na ako kay Vien."

Known for his humorous and entertaining content, this vlog hits different. It's sort of serious, but it will make you smile the whole time. 

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"Siguro biglaan sa inyo 'to pero matagal ko na rin kasi siyang pinagiisipan. At sa moment na 'to, ito na 'yung gustong gawin ng puso ko. Kaya sana samahan niyo ako sa journey na 'to."

Throughout the vlog, he shares the different *steps* of his proposal. 

For the first step, six days before the proposal, he asked one of the members of Team Payaman to help him know the size of Vien's ring finger. So they pretended someone was going to send them accessories as gifts to get it. Mautak!

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When he finally got her size, he proceeded to step 2, which is four days before the proposal. He went to the mall with his friends to buy a ring.

After he got the perfect ring for Vien, the third step was to ~formally~ ask for their parents' permission. A day before the engagement, Junnie went to his parents' house to tell them the news. His parents celebrated and said they've been waiting for him to tell them that they're going to get married and also for the sake of their apo. After talking to his parents--20 hours before the big day-- he went to Vien's parents to ask for their permission. He also apologized for taking too long to marry Vien because he just finished college. And they said yes! 

The fourth and final step is the proposal. Since we're still in the middle of a pandemic, he decided to propose in the 'Payamansion' where all of their friends are staying. 30 minutes before he says "will you marry me?" Junnie asked for the help of Viy Cortez, a co-vlogger and a member of Team Payaman, to help him ~surprise~ Vien. Viy made up a game called Mix and Match where partners need to impersonate a series of emojis. So clever! But the thing is, all of them know it's a part of the proposal except Vien. So they still play like it's a normal game until the part where they need to do the church emoji and the wedding ring emoji which was the cue for Junnie to propose. Obvs, Vien said yes! Awww! 

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The vlog ends with all of them hugging and congratulating the couple. (And we're in tears!)

Congratulations Vien and Junnie! 

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