From the makers of The Bachelor, a reality show in which single people compete to get married, comes a new show about the extremely sweet and goofy act of proposing to another person—a show called The Proposal.
TV’s obsession with the great celebrity news stories of the 1990s continues, as though the universe were sitting in an attic somewhere, rifling through tattered old copies of People. The latest development: TLC is making a two-hour documentary about JFK Jr.’s 1996 wedding to Carolyn Bessette.
Once again, it’s time for the annual forecast of how damn broke you’re gonna be after attending the latest crop of your friends’ weddings. And I’m so sorry to report that yet again—just like every year—it’s not looking good.
Andrea Teague, a 45-year old woman and Captain Jack Sparrow impersonator, gave up on the realm of living men, and married a fucking ghost in a small, private ceremony on a boat off the coast of Ireland.
For years, I have been starved for news—any news—related to the short-lived and somewhat under-the-radar 2009 Bravo reality show NYC Prep, which followed a group of awkward, painfully privileged uptown kids pretending to care about cleft palates for their college applications. Today, my friends, we have been given…
As a companion to its staple series Say Yes to the Dress, TLC is premiering another wedding show that combines our love of dramatic ceremonies and stylish transformations.
You’ll not hear me argue in favor of banning weddings any time soon. I love bistro lights and I love salmon entrées. I love the Hora and bags of nuts I can take home. I love to celebrate it when my friends and family make big, serious commitments, and I love to party in a field under a tent. House red or house white,…
Omarosa Manigoult, the other former Apprentice star who works in the White House, seems to be having an (almost) equally hard time behaving like a non-reality show character. Politico reports that back in April, Manigoult—who is the Director of Communications for the Office of the Public Liaison, which is apparently …
Every few months, it seems, there’s another story about the growing “sologamy” movement. A woman (usually) who is fed up with waiting for The One decides to commit via all the trappings usually reserved for coupled people. She marries herself.
What would it take for me to get married inside a Planet Fitness? I think that even if all that was left on Earth was me, another person, wedding stuff, and a Planet Fitness, I would just play with the wedding stuff outside. There’s simply no amount of pizza on the first Monday of every month that could convince me…
While it can feel rare to read about an actually charming couple in the New York Times’ “Vows” column these days this week’s addition is a particularly sweet one. And I swear it won’t make you want to barf!
Newly married couple Andrew and Neely Moldovan were so pissed at a wedding photographer Andrea Polito over a $125 fee that they decided to ruin her career, launching an online campaign against her business. On Friday, a jury decided they owed her $1 million for defamation.
TLC’s Four Brides is making its long-awaited (by me) return to television, but with a brilliant and exceedingly rude twist.
I would have been fine going through life without ever seeing a neon pink penis-shaped straw.
Bridezillas, the addictive reality franchise that presents brides as stereotypically insane perfectionists, is returning to remind you of a sad yet simple time in your life when you sat and watched marathons of the show all day long.