January 19, 2010
Four Weddings – Ding Dong! Round Two!.
Coming Soon – Exclusively on LIVING, March 2010, 13 x 1 Hour Shows
The ultimate battle of the brides is back on when Four Weddings returns for round two! One of TV’s most talked about shows of 2009 returns with more battling brides than ever before. Each episode sees four brides-to-be put their special day under scrutiny, inviting three rival brides to critique their nuptials, all in a bid to win every newly wed’s dream prize – a luxury honeymoon.
But can they stage the perfect day, or will a nuptial nightmare commence? Four Weddings’ second series launches on LIVING for 13 weeks from March 2010.
From the beautiful to the bizarre, series two throws up a colourful mix of both conventional and quirky ceremonies, as each bride goes all out to be crowned the number one newlywed. Surreal ceremonies to look out for include a haunting Halloween theme, a Star Wars obsessive, a garrison service for a returning service man, and, in episode one, a naturist couple revealing more than just their love for each other…
Competition for star wedding supremacy is also fierce as eight famous faces go head-to-head in two special celebrity episodes; with each star determined to lay on a wedding to remember, will it be tasteful or tacky as the designer dresses, mammoth marquees and all important celebrity turn out goes under assessment. The celebrities will feature in episode two and the series finale.
Episode One sees four brides vying for victory, but no one’s expecting a radical naturist wedding to be on the billing. Ivy Pink is definitely not a blushing bride when she heads into matrimony with only a bouquet covering her modesty. We’re also introduced to Tracy King, whose lavish fairytale ceremony with horse-drawn carriage is in stark contrast to Sarah Herbert’s credit-crunch wedding as she and her redundancy hit husband cut costs. And lastly Louise Stenchion, who has never been one for tradition, is bringing her love of rugby to her big day, replacing champagne with bottles of beer!
Cameras will be tracking our eager to impress brides as each and every element goes under the spotlight; in order to stage a winning, the couples will have to score highly on the dress, the venue, the catering and the overall presentation. Prepare for catty comments and spiteful sniping when one by one the brides submit their scores, and cue false smiles and daggers drawn when the final verdict is revealed at the end of the show.
Four cut-throat wives to be and one dream prize, Four Weddings series two promises a feast of bitchy brides, two-faced compliments and back-stabbing galore. Starting this March, LIVING invites you to say ‘I Do’ to the wedding show of the season.
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