Say Yes to the Dress featured a polygamous couple—a throuple—for the first time and Kleinfeld bridal salon consultant Debbie Asprea can’t quite believe it.
Omarosa Manigault, White House aide and reality show villain, was scheduled to appear on Monday night’s episode of The Daily Show to promote her upcoming Say Yes to the Dress appearance. That sounds like a joke, but doesn’t everything these days if you don’t consider its apocalyptic implications?
The new season of TLC’s Say Yes to the Dress features the one and only Omarosa Manigault, Trump’s official black representative who now has a job in the White House, as well as singer Elle King, an Instagram star nicknamed “Girl with No Job” and the show’s first throuple. Looks like a hoot.
A woman who tried to stop TLC’s Say Yes to the Dress from airing her episode before her wedding day won’t get the happy ending she wants.
Martha Stewart, queen of events, appears in tonight’s season 14 premiere of Say Yes to the Dress, offering subtle critique of wedding gowns in the most Martha Stewart way possible.
TLC’s famed wedding show Say Yes to the Dress featured its first transgender bride in an episode that airs tonight.
Tulsa Shock's Glory Johnson is engaged to Phoenix Mercury's Brittney Griner—an engagement between two rival players is a WNBA first—and tonight the two will subject themselves to Say Yes to the Dress: Atlanta.
Excluding a brief moment last winter when I watched all of season one of Say Yes to the Dress: Bridesmaids edition in order to know what on earth my friends picked to be bridesmaids were talking about when they complained about plus ones and the cost of getting their hair done and terrible wedding favors, I'm not a…
At the New Republic, the inimitable Rebecca Traister notes that the recent, embarrassing GOP "Say Yes to the Dress" political ads are "one of the first instances in which conservatives have in any way embraced the idea that women now treat government as a stand-in for husbands."
Guess what? Eighty years ago, a groom’s tuxedo cost almost as much as a bride’s gown and couples were still shelling out nearly half of their combined income to show their love. America, fuck yeah.