Tuesday, December 7, 2010

Getting Married in Reality: Television Stars Tie the Knot

It seems to have been a while since we have heard from former Bachelorette and soon to be bride, Ali Fedotowsky and fiancé, Roberto Martinez, whom she became engaged to after they were featured on the ABC reality show. And her recent interview with Us Weekly seems to explain why.

“I've been looking at a lot of wedding things and I'm always like, 'That looks tacky,'" she told the magazine, and even confessed that she had thought about eloping.

Another Bachelor couple Jason and Molly Mesnick recently renewed their vows during the city's Rock and Roll Half Marathon in Las Vegas, giving Fedotowsky the idea before she quickly changed her mind, she told Us, as “it would probably upset a few people”.

Despite planning reservations though, Fedotowsky is still hoping to exchange wedding rings in 2011, and is keeping things in perspective.

"I definitely need to have comfortable shoes," she told the magazine. "That's the most important."

And there’s another former reality star that thinks the big day should be all about the bride, Nick Lachey recently talked to People magazine about his plans to exchange weeding rings with his longtime girlfriend Vanessa Minnillo.

"Any guy will tell you that it's probably more about the bride than the groom,” He told the magazine. “It's just about celebrating your love for each other."

Much like his ex-wife, Jessica Simpson who has been in the news constantly since announcing her engagement just days after Lachey’s, he claims to not have made it to the planning stage yet.

Instead, the couple plans to head to Cincinnati, Lachey’s hometown, to spend some time with his family, most especially his brother Drew’s family.

“It's great being an uncle," Lachey told People. "Vanessa and I try to spoil them every chance we get."

Being an uncle is great training, he said while he joked about fatherhood being imminent at almost 40, and while they haven’t planned the big day yet, Lachey is just happy to be engaged to Minnillo.

“She’s a great girl," he told the magazine. "She's incredibly intelligent, incredibly personable. She's independent, yet supportive. I'm extremely happy that she's mine."

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