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Do we need ‘Nick and Vanessa’s Dream Wedding’?

By Elisabeth Edvardsen on June 22nd, 2011 0 comments yet. Be the First

Photo: AP Photo/Dan Steinberg

Once a reality TV star, always a reality TV star.

Nick Lachey – famous for once being in one of those boybands, marrying Jessica Simpson, starring in a TV show about their awesome married life, then becoming ex Mrs Simpson – is getting married to Vanessa Minnillo and has revealed the wedding will be televised.

Nick and Vanessa will now feature in ‘Nick and Vanessa’s Dream Wedding’ on TLC a few weeks after the nuptials.

The official statement reads: “We’re lucky to have such passionate and loving fans, and we thought partnering with TLC on this special would be the best way to share the exciting journey we’re on with all the people that support us and our relationship.”

Basically this attention hungry couple is going to give people a chance to have an exclusive look into their wedding planning: Vanessa finding the dress, their joint wedding showers, the wedding, and married life afterwards. So it’s not for the extra attention now that Nick is moving further down the A-Z of celebrity names and they might need the extra cash the programme producers no-doubt are paying them…

Please can someone pass me a bucket as I think I’m going to be sick.

I love seeing photos of beautiful people in the gorgeous dresses and so on, but I so wish some of these so-called celebs would come to their senses and treat their wedding day as it should be: THEIR special day, and not the world’s (or however many will bother to watch the show) and share it with those they care about and love.

Reality TV shows is a guilty pleasure for many of us but do we need to follow them on their wedding day? Is it good entertainment and wonderful for the fans or is this just a slap in the face of what is a beautiful experience for two people in love?




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