Whoa! Where did the editors at Yahoo! Celebrity get the idea that this is correct?!
There seems to be a general impression with Yahoo! staffers that the correct indefinite article before a word starting with a vowel is an, not a. Sometimes it is. But not always, as illustrated on the home page of Yahoo! Celebrity:
It doesn’t matter what letter the word begins with; it matters what letter it sounds like it begins with. So, it’s an unusual rule, but a useful one.
Selena Gomez loves friend chicken. At least that’s what this Yahoo! Celebrity writer tells us:
If you think readers don’t notice typos, think again. Here are a few comments from readers of the article:
I don’t feel good about this adverb on Yahoo! Celebrity. Perhaps you feel slightly different:
Someone who feels differently probably doesn’t use his hands to feel; perhaps that person uses antennae. That would make anyone feel differently. But if a person doesn’t share Mr. Travolta’s feelings, that person feels different.