I just finished watching one of my favorite shows, “Bridezillas” on the WE network. I have watched wedding-style reality shows for several years, all the while wondering what, exactly, my fascination is with them.
My own wedding was nothing like what you would see on tv: we got married at a courthouse all by ourselves. You would think that I like wedding shows because deep down I feel as if I missed out on something. Nope, I don’t think so. I don’t recall, as a little girl, having grandiose dreams of a big princess wedding. Although we got married young and have some regrets about not having our families there, I don’t regret anything else about the wedding.
Would I have been a Bridezilla? Absolutely not. Although I am a high-end Control Freak and absolutely own up to getting majorly stressed in the time leading up to any major event (sometimes the minor ones, too) that I am planning, I tend to snip only a little bit at those around me–more like I’m slightly PMS-ing–and keep much of my anxiety bubbling right below the surface. You might think, as a Control Freak, that I would enjoy watching these shows so I could critique what these ladies are doing wrong in their wedding planning process. Nope.
Occasionally I wonder if these shows are actually what they seem to be. I mean, do these women somehow KNOW that they are going to be a Bridezilla and then contact the show to try to get on, or do they play it up for the cameras? Hard to say, I guess.
I guess what it boils down to is that although I hate drama in my own life, it’s really fun to watch a woman turn into a cartoon character and cause a tornado to happen all around her about the littlest things. Okay, some aren’t so little. Here are a couple of my favorite clips. Buckle your seatbelt!
When I was grabbing the clips off Youtube, I found this one. I think when you watch it you’ll get why I love it (starts at :42), and quite possibly the reason I love this show in general!
By the way, I saw this on the official website. Any takers?
Bridezillas is searching for brides!
Are you planning a wedding in the next six months?
Are your wedding preparations getting out of control?
Are you doing everything in your power to make sure your wedding day is perfect? Are you swamped with a massive To Do list for your big day? Do you think you have what it takes to be on America’s top-rated wedding show?!
All participants will be generously compensated.
Our staff will also edit together your own personal wedding video, eliminating the high costs of a videographer!
Interested? Please call our casting office at (213) 417-4437 of email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include a photo of you and your fiance.