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Don't Tell The Bride started here in the UK,
but now it's gone round the world and everybody's at it.
Across the globe, fans like me just can't get enough,
to the point where dozens of countries
now have their very own version of the show.
From frosty relations in Scandinavia...
..to Mediterranean meltdowns...
..and dodgy decisions Down Under.
Is there a theme or something going on?
Yeah, it's a gangster theme.
It doesn't matter where you are in the world...
I'm not going, if this is my invitation.
..when the groom takes charge of a wedding...
Do you really expect us to wear this?
..sparks are always going to fly.
This programme contains some strong language.
Yes, it's official!
Don't Tell The Bride has spread like a cult
and tonight, we're taking you on a whistle-stop tour
to see the chaos that ensues when grooms from around the world
get to plan the big day.
It's both entertainingly different and reassuringly the same,
so sit back, relax, and get ready
for some international tears and tantrums
and, of course, some happy endings
as Don't Tell The Bride goes global.
We can't recreate this moment EVER
and I don't want him to completely eff it up.
When it comes to weddings, the most important thing for any bride,
no matter where she is in the world,
is to look absolutely sensational on her big day.
So when the groom is picking the dress,
you better hope he's got a good sense of style.
Our first port of call is Sydney, Australia,
where bride-to-be Steph is trusting high-school sweetheart Jake
to choose a dress for the biggest day of her life.
She knows the kind of frock she wants
but, boy, does Jake have his hands full.
Come on out.
-It's not very forgiving.
-I think Jake will like it.
I think Jake will like it too.
Um, I'm not sure if that's the one.
You don't want the grandparents to be like, "Oh!"
Oh! I hadn't even thought of that! They'd get a show.
-Dinner and a show.
Luckily, Jake has a secret weapon...
Steph's rather a bit more busty.
Is there any chance that we could...perhaps...
do some in-filling?
That looks a bit better.
It looks a bit more like it.
She does have really nice melons.
-Even with the enhancements, it's quite sort of slimming.
And dress number two?
Ooh, that's nice.
The melons wouldn't fit.
-I really like the back.
The problem is that...
I think with that, you're going to get the top boob, up here.
You know, it's like pressed up.
Yeah, I don't know, though. I...
That is gorgeous.
Would she choose this?
I think she would.
You should see what she does with a kumquat(!)
Across to the Mediterranean and in Greece,
groom Spiros has a different kind of problem with his bride Asfasia.
Her wobbly bits may not squeeze into her dress at all.
So, he's setting her an Olympian task.
# When boy meets girl... #
And over in Italy,
feisty Ramona is thinking, "Shutuppa your face,"
when she learns that hubby-to-be Thomas
will be in charge of their wedding.
If Thomas messes up, you just know she's just going to erupt,
like Mount Etna in heels.
So, not the sort of lady to take risks with, then.
What? No veil?
Well, there's a first for everything.
The day before the wedding,
will it be bella or bastardo for Ramona?
And in Denmark, what chance does Ronnie have
when his bride Carina controls everything in their relationship?
The only thing that he gets to control is the TV remote.
Before they separate, Carina gives Ronnie a few tips on her dress
to make absolutely sure he doesn't screw up.
But now he's in charge, will he listen?
And so, having been told by the bride herself
almost exactly what dress she wants,
Ronnie ignores her and designs one himself.
It's a brave move.
Ronnie's clearly a great Dane.
Sadly, he's not a great designer.
Turns out he has no creative talent whatsoever.
And he's completely forgotten what his controlling bride wanted.
Time to call in a professional.
So, come Judgement Day,
what will Carina make of the dress Ronnie lovingly crafted
for the most important day of her life?
Hmm. Well, that went well.
Back to the drawing board.
Now, if there's one thing
that loads of grooms love on Don't Tell The Bride,
it's a themed wedding, and they're a very risky business.
It's like putting all your eggs in one basket
and then putting that basket in front of a steamroller.
One of the riskiest themes ever was when sci-fi geek Charles
took his bride Lauren where no bride has gone before.
Sci-fi, primo. Yeah!
Welcome to Lauren and Charles's wedding.
Come on, robots!
Across the globe in Australia,
groom Jake is determined to give his bride Steph
a dream themed wedding.
Only problem is, that's Steph's nightmare.
And he better not do a themed wedding.
Seriously, could you imagine that? Seriously?
Like, where everyone dresses up.
Oh, no! Stop talking!
It's not even funny any more. I'm going to cry. It's not funny.
My worst nightmare at a wedding would be something really tacky,
that really kitsch, kind of costume-y...
You know what I was thinking, right?
Being that I love your old cars and flapper dresses and that,
I was thinking 1920s gangster film.
I could not think of a better-fitted theme for my wedding
than to do a gangster wedding.
Tommy guns, pinstripe suits, you know...
The Tommy guns will be there.
-You said Tommy guns, I think you're keen for the Tommy guns.
I'm keen for the Tommy guns! What's gangster without his Tommy gun?
Having to dress the bridesmaids is going to be an issue.
I'm not amazing when it comes to dressing females.
Um... Undressing, legendary!
I've found this website and they do a flapper dress.
They're also dirt cheap.
I'm thinking he's going to get...
There's constantly, all the time,
toys and games around my wedding, instead of something elegant.
-(FAKE GERMAN ACCENT)
-Say hello to my little friend!
Jake's little kid-ness
and his love of everything tacky and playful,
I love about him.
I just hope that it doesn't take over the entire wedding.
I just want that one day to pretend...
to pretend we're classy and elegant people.
Oh, it's in a box. This isn't promising.
Um, you better like them.
These are your dresses.
What the hell...?
What the hell...?
Red, your favourite colour.
This is not funny!
-What a loser.
-I don't know what to do.
-Oh, they stink!
I'm going to cry. It looks like a cabaret.
Like, seriously, is there a theme or something going on?
Yeah, it's a gangster theme.
Oh, my God!
It's probably the worst outfit I could ever think of for a wedding.
It's immature and...
It's just embarrassing!
I feel humiliated and I don't know why Jake would do this.
I'm silently, between us, a bit scared.
-Are you happy?
-Yeah, I love them.
Do you really? Because I think I look like a freak.
That's your opinion. I think you look gorgeous.
-Not as good as your sister, but you look stunning.
-They're too ugly.
-So you think I look better?
-Is that all right?
-It's not about who looks better!
But, as always,
the bride's the last to learn what the big day holds.
And Aussie Steph is about to find out.
God help her.
I think right now she's finding out what the theme is, so...
it will be interesting to see how she takes it,
whether she walks down the aisle or not.
I'm so scared.
Wait, how angry are you?
We'll let you know after you see it.
ALL LAUGH AND SCREAM
Shake it, baby! Shake it!
She doesn't like it!
It's not traditional.
The dresses are clearly cheap.
Youse look so cute!
I almost like it.
-It's not gangster, is it?
He's so tacky!
You've got to give the grooms a break, though.
I mean, planning a wedding is stressful enough,
let alone doing it in three weeks.
I mean, they're bound to forget something, aren't they?
Like, I don't know... inviting the guests?
In fact, why is it on Don't Tell The Bride
that invites are always left till last?
I mean, come on, there's so many options.
You've got phone, you've got text, you've got social media,
you've got paper.
For me, however, I just do simple.
Does anyone want to come to my wedding? You?
I need a groom, really, but I'll take guests. Rich guests.
You've got a quilted jacket on. You look posh.
Do you have a trust fund?
Ex... You're in! Sorted.
Just outside Dublin, Martin has gone even lower-tech than me.
This technique was once practised in villages in the 15th century.
-How's it going, Joe?
Listen, I'm getting married on Wednesday,
I was wondering if you and Betty could come?
-Delighted to come, Martin.
-Cheers, Joe. I'll talk to you then.
Let's hope he gets round to everyone before the honeymoon.
Back in Australia, groom Aaron's lack of enthusiasm
is set to cause big problems for his high-maintenance bride, Mel.
-Here's to silly buggers.
-To planning weddings.
As uninterested as Mel is about sport and stuff that I like,
I'm equally uninterested about planning weddings.
So, there's little hope when it comes to the finer details,
It's not so much an invite that will go out,
this is pretty much the invite.
-It will be Saturday the 23rd.
Second on the guest list, after his mum,
is bridesmaid Amy, who's having a girls' night
with Aaron's wife-to-be, Mel.
Only he doesn't know she's there.
You guys, everyone that's in earshot...
This is your official invite to the wedding.
Is this it?
Shut up, Amy! Is this an invitation for you?
-Is this a
This is the only invitation that we're getting.
-Am I getting Punk'd?
-I'm not even getting an invitation...
So we have to ask everybody through Amy.
I'm not going if this is my invitation.
Try again, Aaron!
What's wrong with him?
Hang up on him!
-DIALLING TONE BEEPS
Meanwhile, back in the land of romance and Romeo and Juliet,
remember our feisty Italian bride Ramona?
She really didn't like that hat, did she?
Well, at this point, her and her bridesmaids
are speculating about when her big day will be.
# I want to get away
# I wanna fly away
# Yeah, yeah, yeah... #
Still, Ramona's bound to be won over by Thomas's romantic invitation.
Honestly, there's no pleasing some people!
Just outside Milan, another Italian groom, Andrea,
is plotting a very public invitation
for his football-loving fiancee, Giada.
He's arranged for her to go to the match at their local stadium,
then plans to call the club with a very special request.
Like so many grooms on Don't Tell The Bride,
Andrea is desperate to make his romantic plan go perfectly.
Back of the net!
Giada is not the only bride
to get engaged without a proper proposal.
In Sweden, one bride actually gets all the way to the altar
before her man gets down on one knee.
He may have made up for the romance since, but groom Rickard
once jokingly proposed to Sophie on the sofa.
And now, on their wedding day, he's determined to do it properly.
And that was the shortest ever time between proposal
and marriage on Don't Tell The Bride.
Or anywhere else probably.
There's something about a Don't Tell The Bride wedding
that brings out the emotion in people and by emotion
I mean full-on tears and tantrums.
Who could forget young Luke's meltdown in the UK series
as he planned his Ibiza wedding to Alex?
I wanted to get the fucking opportunity to plan the wedding.
And I can't even do it.
And around the world, they're just as bad.
These are our top international meltdown moments.
In Dublin's fair city,
the separation rules of Don't Tell The Bride
are about to kick in for groom Martin
and his bride Debbie.
Most of the time we've spent apart, I'd say it's about two nights,
that was hard, but this is going to be very hard.
She's quite soft at heart.
She tries to be tough, but she's not really.
It's only hitting me now, what's happening
and I didn't think I'd be like this, but...
I don't know, I'm probably showing my feelings now.
And this is how I feel about Martin.
Look forward three weeks and he'll be all mine.
Time to say goodbye and with that,
Debbie turns into the squeakiest bride ever on Don't Tell The Bride.
Debbie likes to think that she can take anything,
but then, when it does happen, it's crumble time.
Three weeks. Three weeks. Leaving my home.
The place I love. I can't believe it, three weeks.
Yeah, it'll turn her into a dog whistle.
The groom's more relaxed, though. Fairly common, that.
Unless you're Yakov from Denmark.
When it comes to mushy reception speeches,
he really brings home the bacon.
As far as we know, Yakov's still trying to deliver that speech,
the place is flooded.
And now across to Sydney, Australia, for Shannon,
the weepiest bride in the world.
I want to spend time with him and hold his hand and give him a cuddle.
You don't realise how much you love someone
until you can't have them there all the time.
And it's not long before you realise that this bride breaks down
at just about anything.
-It's so perfect.
-Oh, don't cry!
I miss him that much and it doesn't matter
how many people hug me or tell me it's going to be OK,
until I get the hug from him,
it's not going to be OK.
And when groom Jay flies in Shannon's oldest friend Olivia
as a surprise, it could only lead to one thing.
I made it!
Everything's going to be great.
-I'm so happy! I can't stop crying!
This Sheila could irrigate the Outback!
But there's competition from Greek bride Anastasia
who cries at the drop of a hat... or the wearing of a tiara.
If you think SHE'S over the top, wait till you meet her groom, Yorgos
who's been reduced to a gibbering wreck,
and that's just by the Don't Tell The Bride rules.
For goodness' sake, man up - you've got a wedding to plan!
Oh, thank you. I might just take one for my friend.
I've actually got another friend... who's by the...toilets.
The challenges on Don't Tell The Bride are the same the world over
and often choosing the venue is the biggest pressure faced by any groom.
Now, we all know that brides dream of the fairytale
and the elegant while the grooms can all too often get carried away
with the weird and the wacky and the downright wrong.
No, too cold.
Looks like a prison.
Too likely to get eaten.
Too many dead things.
Is that a coalmine?
No, don't like the zoo.
And military transport planes? Oh, come on!
Ian and Hayley were certainly the wettest bride and groom
pairing on Don't Tell The Bride UK
after he splashed out on his spectacularly different venue.
-I don't believe it.
-He's got to be joking.
She wanted a church wedding. This is not a church.
# Bum-bum-bum, bum-bum-bum
# Come with me, my love
# To the sea
# The sea of love
# I want to tell you how much I love you. #
I think I'd rather have the prison.
And abroad, the grooms can really push their luck.
Just like bargain-obsessed Philip from Ireland
when he checks out a local hotel for his wedding reception.
The really good thing about this room, Philip,
is that the bar is in the room.
Another really good feature is the smoking area's just outside the door here.
The ladies' and gents' toilets are located outside the door
so you're very compacted from when you come into the room.
-Everything's staying together.
-Absolutely, everything stays together.
As with most brides on the series,
Philip's fiancee Mandy just wants a bit of class on her wedding day.
Definitely not a new venue or a sit-down dinner in a hotel.
It just wouldn't be me, it wouldn't be what my heart would like.
But before romance or indeed class, as with many a groom,
there's really only one thing that matters to Philip - price.
The idea of a bargain will appeal to Philip, he's always been since we've been together
so if somebody comes in and says "We'll give you that for 20 quid,"
Philip will think all his birthdays. He will see,
"There's more money left over for the stag."
-We do include a DJ from 10:30 until 1:30.
It's another thing that you don't have to pay extra for.
It's part of the package.
It'll be like a donkey with a carrot and Philip will be gone.
Shame there's no carrot leading Philip to Mandy's dream venue.
Look at the bed. My God.
This is the bridal suite.
Again, it's very high up, you've lovely views all across.
It's absolutely gorgeous. Oh, look at the view.
You can see Mr Darcy galloping by on his horse while you brush your hair.
That is amazing. It's like another world.
We can blindfold her on the way in and lead her in to the reception
and then she might not notice too much!
-It's a hotel, Philip.
-Yes, it's a hotel.
-I don't like hotels.
-But you'll like this one.
Philip, I'd say your plans are in ruins.
And in Sweden, so are Johan's plans for his marriage to Lotta.
No, I mean they LITERALLY are in ruins.
No, she won't - she'll be expecting windows and a roof!
It might be time to get building, mate.
Which is exactly what romantic groom Ricard did across Stockholm
when he decided not to bother finding a venue
and just build one instead - in the garden.
Of course, it came in flatpack. Well, it is Swedish.
After tying the knot at a local church, it was time to show Sophie
that there really is no place like home.
But what does she think about having her wedding reception
in her backyard?
Well, that went down well.
So on their wedding night maybe Ricard will get to show
Sophie his second hasty correction, so to speak. Ahem.
Some guys might survive trying to please one woman,
but what chance have they got against an entire gang of them?
Yep, they're called bridesMAIDS but nowhere in the world
do they serve the groom so in Australia one bloke is fighting back
with a very cunning plan.
Out with the girls in Sydney, ultra-casual groom Jay has
got a plan to make his bridesmaid shop go just the way he wants.
The strategy is to actually throw in all these terrible dresses they'll hate.
Yes! Then after they've tried a few, after they hate us,
-then bam, this one, then they'll love it.
-I like it.
He's an evil genius but will the girls cotton on to his little game?
-What do you think?
-Not very bridal.
-They'll be bridal.
-Not liking the colour.
-Not liking the length.
-So you don't like them?
-They look really good.
-We look like Barbie dolls.
-Look like a fairy.
-Let's have a tea party.
It's really ridiculous.
Do you really expect us to wear this? I look stupid.
I had a dress like this when I was five.
-We love it.
-We like this.
-You love it a lot better?
-I love it.
All right, if that's what you want, we'll go those ones.
-You did a good job.
When it comes to stag and hens it seems that we all speak
some kind of ancient dialect of bonkers.
Yep, that really is a man dressed as a condom
eating sushi off a naked lady. Standard.
And with grooms celebrating their last night of singledom,
more often than not on Don't Tell The Bride,
it seems that the stags have a better night than the hens.
Hmm, funny, that(!)
In Italy, just outside of Milan, groom Alessandro is getting
a treat that's really going to put a smile on his face.
# Darling, you've got to let me know
# Should I stay or should I go? #
# If you say that you are mine
# I'll be here to the end of time
# So you've got to let me know... #
But while he's having sexy times,
the sauciest thing at bride Federica's hen do is the garlic mayo
that came with her mini pizzas.
MUSIC: "Yakety Sax" by Boots Randolph
And despite the small flashing penises all over her head,
she's just not happy.
But in Australia, where they really know how to party,
hens won't be sold short...or will they?
Bride Taryn is about to find out.
-HE BLOWS WHISTLE
-What the hell?!
-How you going?
How you going, girls?
THEY LAUGH AND SQUEAL
-How are you all doing?
And with a vertically-challenged escort on board,
these girls are anyone's.
Good work, little fella!
-Do you want to know how much he spent?
And across town in Sydney, little does Steph know
that she's about to take the art of the hen night
to a whole new level.
I wish I knew what was going on tonight.
I hope he chooses something fun.
All the girls are expecting a big night out,
so hopefully he's sorted something good out.
THEY GIGGLE I don't care what happens,
as long as I get a stripper.
Be careful what you wish for, Steph.
Oh, my God!
Groom Jake is winning brownie points for this night out.
Girls, I have something to say.
So I'm not sure what we're doing or what's going on tonight,
but Jake has told me that we all have to pay 30 each.
-Even you, Steph?!
-What a tight-arse!
25,000, and he couldn't just cover a hen night?!
I bet you his is, like, expensive as!
What makes you think that, Steph?!
CASH REGISTER RINGS
But Steph's about to get
an eye-catching view of her own.
-Pick an easel.
Life drawing, we all know what that involves?
-Penis! THEY GIGGLE
Fill your page.
Draw what you see, guys.
Just look and draw.
I can't believe there's someone naked in front of me!
-Didn't you ask for strippers?
-I asked for strippers,
but this is serious! I'm supposed to be a proper artist right now!
And once the hen and stag nights are over,
you know what's next.
MUSIC: "The Wedding March" by Mendelssohn
The big day arrives.
In front of family and friends
and scarily judgemental new relatives,
everything has to come together.
Everything has to be perfect.
Today, you don't need to tell the bride,
because all will be revealed.
# Shut up and drive, drive... #
For most grooms on the show,
while colour schemes and ribbons are never a priority,
somehow travelling in style always is.
In the UK, grooms on Don't Tell The Bride
often take wedding transport to extremes.
Take Nick, who arranged for Katie Price's ACTUAL carriage
to take his bride, Layla, to the church.
Oh, my God! You won't believe what he's got for me!
THEY SQUEAL Oh, my God!
-This is my church!
-What I wanted!
SHE SCREAMS Oh, my God!
And when Don't Tell The Bride goes global,
they try just as hard to impress.
# Mama told me not to waste my life
# She said, "Spread your wings My little butterfly..." #
Oh, my God! It's totally ruined!
# They can't detain you
# Cos wings are made to fly
# And we don't let nobody bring us down
# No matter what you say it won't hurt me... #
In Sydney, the transport
was just one surprise awaiting over-emotional Shannon.
I feel like a bride now.
But will a posh car help Steph
enjoy her '20s gangster wedding?
I can't believe you got me Jags!
I frigging love Jags so much!
I'm trying not to fall down the stairs!
It's like a hike!
Thank you. The shoes are ridiculous as well!
SHE SQUEALS AND LAUGHS Turn around?
Argh! I just got a cramp in my leg! Hang on!
And she so wanted to be classy on her big day!
Hmm, bet you can't guess where this is!
Milan, Italy's fashion capital,
is about to meet the Midwest farmyard.
Alex and his wife-to-be, Manuela, are die-hard Dukes Of Hazzard fans.
CAR HORN SOUNDS
# Never meaning no harm
# Beats all you never saw
# Been in trouble with the law
# Since the day they was born
# Straightening the curves, yeah... #
She might not be Daisy Duke, but she'll do.
# Yee-haw! #
In Greece, the biggest hazard facing Aspasia is a bout of air sickness.
She may have lost weight, as instructed,
but she's still being air-lifted to her wedding in a helicopter.
But she's not having any of it.
Perhaps a handsome man in uniform can reassure her.
Nice try, Aspasia, but I don't think you're getting out of this one!
Six kilos lighter, a white-dressed angel
hovers above the Acropolis.
And the great news is, now she's overcome her fears,
she is absolutely loving the ride.
Thankfully for Spiros, his plan did not come Acropolis.
THEY SPEAK GREEK
Now let's be honest, for wedding day transport,
most brides want to think royalty, James Bond,
stretch limo, Maserati, Ferrari.
Nowhere on that list are the words Fiat and Panda.
A hop, skip, and a short swim across to Tuscany,
best man David has arrived to get instructions from Tomas,
for his wedding to the beautiful, but marginally terrifying, Ramona.
What?! His mum's run-around?
And like that, poor David heads off to face Goliath - um, Ramona.
After Ramona's wedding hat catastrophe,
Tomas is playing with fire.
Uh-oh, a ride in her mother-in-law's old banger on her big day?
This is like poking a tiger with a stick!
Grooms often like to give their bride a gift on the big day,
but it's not always just a simple trinket.
Wedding-day surprises on Don't Tell The Bride are legendary,
and none more infamous than when John sent Jackie skydiving.
Oh, my God.
I'm petrified of flying.
This is probably the worst possible idea...
..for the morning of the wedding.
I think John's an arsehole.
It's absolutely brilliant. It's my wedding day.
# And I'm a bad boy... #
Can you imagine what's going through her mind right now?
-Her heart is going to be going crazy.
-Oh, my God.
# Breaking her heart
# And I'm free
# Freefalling... #
There they are. Look!
# Freefalling... #
But in Denmark, wedding-day presents really do get bizarre.
Remember Corina, the bride who flipped out when she tried on
the wedding dress that her fella Ronnie had designed for her?
Well, he's about to make up for it by giving her a wedding-day present
like no other.
Because nothing says romance like a trip to the...hospital?
On the big day, Corina receives a letter from her man.
Jeez. What's wrong with a brooch? Or some underwear?
And so to the mushy bit that everyone gets their tissues out for.
The main event.
And through our romp around the wedding world,
we found that the vows,
the "I do"s and the soppy snogs pretty much exist everywhere.
Here's a little look at how diverse, dreamy and daft
those moments can be.
# Hey, baby, I think I wanna marry you
# Is it the look in your eyes
# Or is it this dancing juice?
# Who cares, baby?
# I think I wanna marry you
# Well I know this little chapel on the boulevard
# We can go
# No-one will know
# Oh, come on, girl
# Is it the look in your eyes
# Or is it this dancing juice?
# Who cares, baby?
# I think I wanna marry you. #
But remember the Swedish groom whose plans were in ruins?
Well, his marriage to Lotta turned out to be
what I think is the most romantic international wedding
on Don't Tell The Bride.
Lotta has no idea where she's heading.
MUSIC: "Paradise" by Coldplay
Yes, there's romance in weddings all over the world.
But when it comes to vows, no-one's more original than the Australians,
-and not just because they make up their own words.
Today Taryn and Jason stand before us
to dedicate their lives to each other.
Jason has actually written the vows for both himself and Taryn today.
-Jason, you're my partner.
-My other half and soul mate.
-My other half and soul mate.
-I promise to always make your lunch.
-I was going to say that!
I promise to always make your lunch.
I'm excited to have YOU the head of our household.
Excited to have you the head of our household.
I now have great pleasure in pronouncing you husband and wife.
If you want me to make you a real promise today,
it would have to be something I could choose not to do, so promising
to love, cherish and be faithful are all out of the question, so today
I promise to always give you the chocolate tip of my Cornetto cones.
If you ever doubt just how much I love you,
you just have to remember that I shared my food with you,
and what larger demonstration of love do you want?
-I love you.
-I love you.
I now pronounce you husband and wife.
Jake, you may kiss your beautiful wife.
I would like to introduce you today to your celebrant.
-What's going on?
-It's all right, just trust me.
Oh, my God, I've always wanted to meet the King!
We're in an aquarium with Elvis!
Now, the King loves an audience
but most of all he loves audience participation.
Let me hear you say a big ah-ha.
Marriage in the eyes of the King is a serious commitment.
Jake, repeat after Elvis - I promise I'll never be...
I promise I'll never be...
-..a hound dog...
-..a hound dog...
-..but I'll always be...
-..but I will always be...
..your hunk-a-hunka love.
..your hunk-a-hunka love.
You may now kiss your bride.
That's it for our global romp through Don't Tell The Bride.
I'm off to find a groom. Not too dressy for a first date, is it(?)
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