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From the depths of the earth...
-..to the crests of the mountains...
..these crusading grooms must rise to the challenge.
-..and just three weeks...
-I love that girl, I love her.
..to plan a wedding worthy of their betrothed.
Oh, my God, what's he done?
He just took my dress!
These fair maidens are bound by contract to be legally wedded...
-I hate it.
-..but have no say in their big day.
Is it all just going to all be last-minute and just rubbish?
Where'd he get green from?
Can these hapless heroes marshal their armies...
-Just leave it, she'll drive.
-Do as your future mother-in-law tells you.
..and conquer all before them?
Get out of my park!
Or will they be...
I'm not doing it.
Tonight, BMX bandit Lee wants an extreme sports spectacle wedding...
Going to be doing that over your bride-to-be.
She's going to love it.
..while Ami just wants to be a pampered princess on her big day.
I look like the princess, what were they called, that got married?
-Kate and William?
-Can this man...
You're not going to get everything you want.
-..give this woman...
-No bikes, it's going to be about me.
..the wedding of her dreams?
Oh, God. I don't like it.
Or will his idea hit the skids?
33-year-old Lee first met his 23-year-old bride-to-be Ami
on a night out in their hometown of Torquay.
But he didn't exactly leave a lasting impression.
I don't remember him at all.
He tried to say hi, apparently, but I just walked off.
Lee didn't give up and eventually Ami gave in.
But their first date was almost their last,
and it was Lee's getup that let him down.
He had his cap on backwards.
Honestly, the whole day I thought he was just trying to act young.
# Is it cos I'm cool? #
I was like, "You going to take it off? It's not funny any more."
You still to this day are intrigued.
-You don't know how I managed to charm you.
-Yeah, I really don't.
He is not my type.
Well, they do say opposites attract,
and this couple couldn't be more different.
-I think I am the happy one.
-Yeah, I was going to say.
It's like Yin and Yang.
He is really, like, doesn't smile much, very black.
I do smile!
You do, but he likes to play this cool, like...
I don't play it, that is just how I am.
Yeah, that's just you, isn't it?
And you don't really get that excited about anything.
Whereas I am really like "Woohoo! Let's do something!"
She is just the sweetest, loveliest little thing.
She's always so happy, smiley and chirpy.
She is gorgeous to look at and to be round as well.
He irritates me daily but for some reason I love him.
And Ami is extremely easy to irritate,
especially when things don't go her way.
I would probably describe Ami as Daddy's little princess.
A little bit spoilt.
She likes her own way
and when she doesn't get her own way she folds her arms, stomps her feet.
I mean, she gets what she wants a lot of the time, but...
It just takes a bit longer than I want.
But if you just grind him enough, he does give in.
But there is one thing that no amount of grinding will make
Princess Ami's grungy groom give up.
# And all the girls say I'm pretty fly for a white guy. #
I wouldn't really say Lee has got much of a style, just black.
Black jeans, black top, black leather jacket and a black hat -
-I have just never been a particular fan of colour.
Or pattern, or anything nice.
Despite their differences, Ami and Lee are made for each other.
And now, two years on,
they live together with their baby daughter Oniia and dog Venom.
But there is a spanner in the works of this romance -
Lee has been having a love affair for the last 20 years...
..with his BMX.
It is a little bit like break-dance on a bike,
lots of spins and twists.
I consider it like an art form,
if you like, where you can express yourself any way you choose.
Lee is a confessional BMX rider with a world record to his name.
Impressed? Ami isn't.
I hate that bike.
# I hate you so much right now... #
Lee loves it and I hate it.
I have never been a fan of bikes before I met Lee.
You didn't really understand what anyone would do on a bike past 12.
No, I don't know why you would...
When you are a little kid you race round the block, but then what?
What is just riding around in a circle when you could be with me?
Right now I know it is sat in that car park waiting for you.
You are really jealous.
I know you can't wait to get to it, you love it.
You love that bike more than me.
Whilst Lee has a thing for his bike...
..Ami has her own infatuation -
making sure she gets the ultimate fairytale wedding.
I have always, since I was really little, had an obsession with being
a princess, finding Prince Charming, fairytale happy ever after.
That is just the dream, really.
My ideal day would be a nice big castle, grand ballroom, live band
with maybe a harp and some doves, the horse-drawn carriage.
I would really like it if you could strap a unicorn horn on the front.
I would like to go outside and then it to say
"Lee and Ami married" in the sky in fireworks.
I don't know if fireworks can even write names of things,
but I'd like that.
Ami's dream of being the centre of attention in a fairytale
romantic wedding with a castle, fireworks and horses
dressed as unicorns is all in the hands of a 33-year-old BMX nut.
I think Lee is using this to show me how much he cares
and that for one day he can think about me rather than his bike.
Oniia, come and be a princess and eat some strawberry.
He has got to do it right, hasn't he?
If he makes a mockery of me then what's the point?
He is going to do it, he is. Let's give him some faith.
He is going to do it.
So, Ami has faith that her big kid can grow up
and prove he loves her more than his bike.
But will Lee be able to pull off anything special enough
to please his very picky princess?
I kind of want to show Ami that I can make a special day for her,
I can pull everything together and make it really magical
-Magical and memorable.
Could be Ami's fairytale dream.
I am going to plan a wedding that is centred around her...
..but also my love of BMX and action sports.
So, Lee plans to bring together the two loves of his life -
his bride and the bike his bride hates.
Still, there is a method to Lee's wedding idea madness...somewhere.
I am doing this for her, you know?
This day is her day and I am obviously mixing
loads of elements from my world, but it is still about her.
She will still be centre of attention.
She is still going to have an amazing day with a focus on her.
All about her? Action sports? Are you sure?
I am hoping she will still walk up the aisle. We will see.
It is time for the couple to say goodbye.
-It's not going to happen, is it?
-Right, OK, I'm nearly there.
-I got you this.
-Aww! Oh, sweetheart.
I love you.
They will have no contact until their wedding day in three weeks' time.
I am going to plan you an amazing wedding, my love.
Love you, sweetheart.
Lee is moving back in with his parents while Ami
and Oniia are staying at home.
Now it has all kind of hit home.
Before you are at this stage it is all kind of ideas, and now it is
kind of dawning that I have got a mammoth task ahead of me.
Back home, bridesmaid Ashley has come round to keep Ami company.
But the bride is worried bike-loving Lee could leave her saddled
with an awful wedding.
What is the worst venue that he could pick?
A skate park or something.
Car park, skate park, field. Anywhere outdoors.
I am not going outdoors, I'm not.
If it has something to do with bikes there is going to be
some element of outside.
It is not going to be bikes.
There will be no bikes, no black - it is going to be about me.
Do you think he knows you well enough to get everything
Yeah, I think he would be an idiot if he doesn't get it right
because he knows what I want for my wedding day.
-But it is whether he actually...
-Pretty much, yeah.
I'm going to go with he is going to get it right because at the end
of the day he has got to live with me, so if he doesn't get it right...
So, getting the wedding right is an actual matter of life or death.
Lee is going to need all the help he can get.
Cue best man and fellow extreme sports lover Tom, AKA Hooper.
-How is it going, mate? Come on in.
-We have got a busy day ahead of us.
So, what are you even thinking about, then?
What is the big grand plans for the wedding?
In a nutshell,
I want to throw her in the mix of loads of extreme action sports.
Basically a big show/wedding extravaganza
all rolled into one, so one crazy medley.
Obviously Ami is going to be centre of attention,
right in the middle of it all.
I want to do something at the first dance as well, where me
and Ami start off with a slow dance type thing and then that cuts.
You pass me my bike, it will kick into some sick track
and then basically I'm thinking I do a few tricks
and then come back to Ami.
We have got to make sure that the venue is really spectacular.
I want her to be met with all this carnage,
but at the same time she is approaching this beautiful venue.
-It balances out.
-Yeah, it does.
The grief you will get once you are married...
-It is your wedding, bud. It's your wedding.
Yeah, or your funeral.
So, the boys want an epic sport show where Ami will have cars,
motorbikes and BMXs flying around her head.
They also need a venue impressive enough to distract her
from the cars, motorbikes and BMXs flying around her head.
If we were to tell Ami about it now she would say,
"No, I'm not doing it." She does like things done her way.
I am just trying to think positive right now
and hopefully it does go our way.
Right, question one -
how do you throw a bride right into the centre of a spectacular,
adrenaline-fuelled wedding and not kill her in the process?
Simple - you get help from the best in the business.
The boys have come to meet Jamie Squibb,
one of the country's top freestyle motocross riders, to try
to persuade him to do a spectacular jump over Ami on her wedding day.
I don't know if you know but I am actually getting married.
-I did hear on the grapevine.
-It is an extreme sports-themed wedding.
So effectively we're going to set up a gauntlet of extreme things
for my missus to go through obviously in her nice dress.
I would love for you to just do a massive...
Look, some trick or something over the lot.
I will flip the lot of them.
-She's a big fan of extreme sports?
-Hates it, absolutely hates it.
-Hates bikes and everything.
-Oh, I'm in! If she hates it, I'm in.
This is going to be a good day.
That was easy!
Now for a taste of what Ami can expect
on the most romantic day of her life.
-They are going to be doing that over your bride-to-be.
-I know, man.
It is going to be mental. She is going to love it.
It will be the icing on the cake, having him
flip over the whole set-up. On the day it will be amazing,
so I am absolutely stoked he is on board with it.
While Lee plans some cunning stunts,
Ami just wants a stunning country castle for her fairytale wedding.
So she has brought bridesmaids Danielle and Ashley
to see Powderham Castle - perfect for any princess.
It has got multiple turrets and stained-glass windows!
I could have, like, my knights with their little knife things
up in the air as I'm walking down.
I would actually be a princess.
I want him to jump up now and be like,
"Ta-da! This is where you are getting married."
This would be perfect.
You could have, like, drinks out here as well.
Yeah, if it was sunny everyone could have drinks.
Obviously get photos outside of the castle,
but otherwise I would want it indoors.
I wouldn't really want it outside, I would want it in there.
In the castle.
Could Ami's fairytale dreams be about to come true?
Because 100 miles away,
Lee is actually at the castle -
Pendennis Castle in Cornwall.
-What are you thinking?
It's tight, very tight.
And who could fail to be dazzled by this stunning,
romantic backdrop straight out of a fairytale?
Well, these two, because all they are really interested in
is the state of the car park.
I am not being funny but if you turned up and this was
the ground you had to work with, would you be happy with that?
Well, yeah, I would find it difficult to ride on.
Motorbikes would find it really tough going round Ami.
It is all about the car park for these lads.
Do you actually want a 600cc superbike drifting around your
bride-to-be on uneven ground that could throw them out of balance?
No, definitely not. OK, pros are obviously there is a castle.
It's a nice place to get married.
Finally! Yes, there is a castle. Perfect for a princess.
But it isn't workable in the sense of what we want to try and create.
Unfortunately, the car park isn't so perfect for Lee's stunt extravaganza.
We need to really start bumping up the search
and find a location ASAP.
The search goes on.
Whilst the boys have ruled out this fairytale venue...
..Ami is even more convinced that only a castle will do.
-Oh, my God. It's amazing.
-Oh, my God.
It is like a fairytale, isn't it?
It's like a massive ballroom that you... Yeah, it's a castle.
You can't get any more fairytale. There's deer outside.
I could go out and pretend I'm talking to them,
and swan around the trees in my big poufy dress.
This is what you dream of as a little girl.
While Ami literally fawns over her wedding location...
# Cos I'm just a teenage dirtbag... #
..the boys desperately need a venue fit for their
adrenaline sports spectacular that will still give Ami a wedding fit
for a fairytale princess,
so they've come to Pentillie,
a 17th-century castle set amongst acres of stunning greenery,
which has that one absolute essential for any great wedding.
This is lovely, smooth tarmac but it goes into this...
-It gets a bit rough, doesn't it?
It's a bit more difficult to work with.
Probably the quarter pipe where your car is.
Yeah, run the jump box directly in front of the musketeer.
The mountain bike rider can jump off the jump box
with Ami laid down here in front of the whole crowd.
Mm. Maybe. I'm not sure.
It's not as big as the four-metre tower. It's only like...
Yeah, but it's still a lady in a pretty wedding dress
having a mountain biker pretty much jump on her head.
Ooh, every girl's dream. But the castle bit is spectacular, right?
Do you like the building, do you?
Yeah. Yeah, I think the building is nice.
I still think it's an awkward area though.
It's not what we imagined when we looked at the pictures.
No, I thought we'd have a lot more space
and we'd have a lot more options to work with.
It's a lovely location for a wedding.
Bog-standard wedding - sorted. Extreme sports wedding...
-Yeah, pretty much.
Once again, it might be fit for Lee's princess,
but without enough room for his jumps,
it's not fit enough for his extreme sports extravaganza.
Lee is struggling to squeeze both his bike and his bride into his plans
but Ami is having no problem
imagining her perfect church ceremony.
Do you want to walk me down the aisle?
So, I'd want flowers all the way along here,
and then I'd want candles and glass vases at the end of each...
whatever they're called.
And I'd like a choir singing as well. That would be really nice.
-Yeah! With their nice little outfits on.
-Very, very traditional then.
And not a BMX ramp or stunt rider in sight.
It's anything she's ever wanted, really.
There's nothing more she could wish for other than...
..possibly Lee being here right now.
She is a princess. She's always been a princess.
I think he definitely needs to come up with something good
to reiterate how much of a princess she is.
I just want to be the princess for a day.
I just want to feel magical.
One true love, happy ever after,
Princess and Prince Charming in their castle.
I mean, he should know me well enough that this is the dream,
and he can't really stray too far from it...I don't think.
But Ami's Prince Charming can't find anywhere for his wedding,
so instead the boys are ramping things up on more familiar ground.
Now Lee's after a top BMX rider to also flip over his bride
moments before she hopefully says, "I do."
The section of the wedding where we have Ami on the jump box
obviously in her wedding dress,
we're going to try and persuade Chris to backflip over her head.
Chris, come here a minute, mate!
-I have got a big favour to ask of you.
Well, I'm getting married in three weeks.
Well, actually less than three weeks now.
One of the features of the ceremony is going to be to get her
on the jump box, and then hopefully I'm going to get you
and a few other riders to backflip over her head.
-Are you up for it?
-Yeah, sounds wicked.
Fancy doing a couple of moves just to show us
what we're in store for on the day?
Yeah, let's do it.
Cleared me easy. He was miles away.
-Ideal. You cleared me by plenty, didn't you?
-Yeah. I think so.
I imagine she'll scream. But hopefully she'll stay still.
That's all right, then.
Let's definitely hope she stays still,
otherwise the only fairytale this wedding will resemble
is a permanently sleeping beauty.
Back home, Ami's friends are worried about what bike-mad Lee
might have planned.
-We're going to be riding bikes.
-He won't do that.
-Yes, he would.
-Yes, he would.
-Do you think there won't be a bike?
-There'll be a bike.
-There'll definitely be a bike.
-There's not going to be a bike.
-Yes, there will.
-He won't do that!
-He won't. I would know.
-He's not going to do a mundane wedding.
-Yes, he is.
-No, he won't. There'll be a bike there.
-There will be a divorce.
Well, there will only be a divorce if there's actually a wedding.
Lee has no clue where it will take place, and so far,
all he's been able to book is a couple of stunt riders
to scare the pants off his bride.
His ambitious plan to combine extreme sports
and Ami's fairytale wedding is beginning to worry the groom.
I think we've made it really quite difficult with the concept
and the idea I've got to fuse all the entertainment with everything.
With the timeframe, with the budget constraints,
and our specific requirements...
Yeah, they just make it quite difficult.
While Lee tries to figure out his spin on a wedding,
Ami knows exactly the sort of wheels she wants on her big day.
-Oh, look at this!
She's come on a horse and carriage ride with her dad, Colin,
who knows just how much a fairytale wedding means to his princess.
-Look at the carriage!
-I know. It's got velvet and white wheels.
This is proper dream carriage.
'Ever since she was knee-high, she's always had these dreams.'
She used to do drawings of dresses and horses.
We actually bought her a fairyland castle
and it had the horse-drawn carriages in front,
and it's her absolute dream.
I've just always, as long as I can remember, wanted this.
You've always been, since you were seven, eight years old,
-in that fairytale land.
-Yeah, it's always been what I've wanted.
You know if this day turns out not what you want,
-I'm going to be absolutely...
..heartbroken, seeing you heartbroken, you know what I mean?
-On the biggest day of your life.
-I know. Now it's getting closer,
-I am really starting to feel sick about it.
-And see how we go, yeah?
Ever since Ami was growing up, she's got everything she wanted,
every little whim has been catered for.
If the day isn't quite right, there's going to be tears.
Lee, don't disappoint her.
Ami's fairytale carriage has made her realise just how much
her dream wedding means to her.
Now it's hitting me that all these things that I really wanted,
how much I do really, really want them.
It's not just about marrying Lee.
It is about the horse-drawn carriage and the castle and the dress.
Yeah, it's just getting a bit too real now, I think.
Yep, as real as the BMX wheels that'll be zipping around her ears.
That said, time's running out and the boys still don't have a venue.
All they need is somewhere extreme sports-ready,
fairytale wedding-friendly, and available on the same day
as all their stunt riders. Should be simple.
If we leave it any longer, we're going to end up doing it
-in some shoddy little function room with a car park outside.
There is one more potential venue on Lee's wish list,
so Hooper puts in a call to see if it's available.
-Hello. How can I help?
We've been on a venue search all week.
What date are you actually looking at?
Round about the 18th, 19th, the weekend of.
We've got the 17th available.
Well, that could actually work really well, to be honest with you.
They've finally found a spectacular venue with enough space.
But now there's another problem.
I've had a text back from Terry, our stunt car driver.
"Hi, mate. That's the day I have a corporate job in Liverpool."
What a shitter. You're going to have to compromise somewhere, mate. You're not going to get it all.
-You're not going to get everything you want.
Lee now faces a huge dilemma.
Book a venue that's only free when his stunt riders are not,
or push on with his theme,
which would mean he still needs to find somewhere for his wedding.
time to decide what's more important, his bride or his BMX show.
Ideally, I don't want to compromise on the venue at all
but at the same time I want to pull all the acts together.
-We have to make some compromises.
-Yeah, we are but...
Whether that's entertainment or venue, we've got to work out...
I want to try and obviously minimise that as much as possible,
so if we can have a search now for some other possible venues
to see if it is possible to incorporate everything,
because at the moment it's not.
To keep his BMX dream alive, Lee's decided to take a big gamble
and continue the search for a venue that ticks all his boxes.
An oblivious Ami has no idea Lee still has no idea
where he'll stage their wedding, so along with bridesmaid Danielle,
she's turned her attention to the perfect princess dress
she's always dreamed of.
All princesses wear huge, huge, huge dresses
and you're never going to wear it anywhere else,
and it's got to be that one magical day
where you wear this ginormous dress.
The dress is as important as the venue, really.
It's got to be up there with the castle.
If I don't get the castle and the dress, I'm going to be majorly pissed off.
That's just a nightmare.
Hate that. Would never wear that.
No, it's got to go big and flowy,
and that's just hideous, as well - ruffles.
If Ami's struggling to find something she likes,
it could be even tougher for these men in black.
Neither of us have ever been to a bridal shop ever in our entire life.
The guys have put aside their search for a venue
to find the perfect dress.
Obviously the venue hunt has been relentless,
really tiring and extremely difficult,
so if we can get the dress ticked off now, it would be a big relief.
But, like the venue, Lee's after a dress fit for his bride
and suitable for his stunt show, and that means safety first,
so nothing that will get caught up in all the machines
that will be flying past her.
No gems, no flashy... It's just got to be minimalistic.
It's got to be figure-hugging, flattering...
These just come out from here, don't they? They're just going to be big.
Obviously for the show as well,
we can't have anything that's going to be massive.
-Yeah, huge, coming out.
I don't want it to look anything like that.
In other words, nothing like this.
I like how I feel like I can't breathe.
-Would you like to try some cap sleeves?
-Oh, wow. OK.
You can add sleeves. Oh, look!
-I prefer that.
The train is amazing, innit?
That makes it princess, doesn't it?
It's definitely got to be the poufy dress.
We know boobs need to be away,
we definitely need straps and I do want a train.
Ami wants the perfect poufy dress with a huge train.
The boys are thinking more practical than princess,
although this dress does tick one big box.
That one's got quite a long tail.
-That's the word, "train".
OK, at one point she will need to be led up steps,
sit down and cars going round her REALLY close.
It's really close. It's literally inches.
Now we understand why you don't want a train on the dress.
-Yeah. Next one, please.
OK, so that's a "no" to the train, you know,
so the bride doesn't get dragged away in the wheels of a speeding vehicle.
Maybe they do something with a matching helmet.
-I really like that one.
I think that one would work fine for the show as well.
We can tie the bit at the back up, the train up.
The car drivers and the motorbike drivers,
they can spin however tight you want or however wide you want,
-so we'll be able to work something.
So, if you pulled it right around you,
made it as tight as you can, so pull that loop... That's it.
There we go. It brings it in quite tight, doesn't it?
-For the show.
While the boys are thinking Health and Safety,
in Torquay, Ami's fairytale dress dreams have all come true.
That is really, really nice.
I look like the Princess... What were they called that got married?
-Kate and William.
I just didn't think...
When you don't try them on, I was like, "Whatever he gets me,
"I'll deal with it." I'm not going to deal with it. This is so pretty.
But finding the perfect dress has left Ami even more worried
about her big day.
I really, really want that dress
and nothing else feels as special as that one,
so I don't know how this is going to pan out very well.
This could just be the worst day of my life, rather than the best.
That does look really beautiful.
I think now that fits the bill absolutely perfectly.
Lee's gone for the practical option,
a tight-fitting slimline dress with a veil, a snip at £1,350.
-But it's a long way off the dress of Ami's dreams.
-Lovely. Thank you.
That particular style of dress really helped with the show
because it's streamlined.
It can be pulled in close to her for when we're doing the stunts
so it ticks all the boxes. I just hope she loves it.
The boys may have the dress sorted, but with less than two weeks to go,
they still have nowhere for Ami to actually wear it.
We need to get a venue sorted big time.
Put the money down, secure it...
Start hammering the rest of the tasks, innit.
Cake, flowers, catering, alcohol.
Alcohol... Hopefully, at the end of it,
Ami will be able to see the effort you put in.
The boys are on a last-minute mission to find the perfect venue.
They're heading to Bicton College,
the only place around that's free on the same day as Lee's stunt riders.
The question is, will it have both the space
and the stunning backdrop Lee needs?
This driveway would work perfectly, wouldn't it? No speed bumps.
Turns out the beautiful Georgian building
could well be in keeping with Ami's fairytale vision.
But once again, the boys have one main priority. Yup, the car park.
I think there's plenty of room to run everything.
Once these cars are out the way there is a nice, decent...
We can pretty much bring on every single element that we want.
Freestyle motocross, BMX, mountain bike, superbike, stunt car,
cars burning round, motorbikes burning round.
It's perfect for Lee's show, but what about his bride?
After the show is finished you want her to turn around and go, "Wow."
-Exactly. I've put her through so much...
Yeah, that's the word I was going to use.
But look at the setting. It's amazing.
-Can you picture your wedding here?
This place has enough space for Lee's show.
It's free on the right date
and hopefully looks good enough for Ami to forgive him.
Now, Lee just needs to seal the deal.
I think if we came up with a figure of about 2,000, would that be OK?
-That would be amazing.
-That would be brilliant.
-Thank you ever so much.
-Really appreciate it.
So, for £2,000, they get the use of all the tarmac they could want
for their stunt show ceremony.
Oh, and some function rooms inside for the reception.
It's a week to go till the wedding and time for Ami's hen do.
The girls have been dropped off in the centre of Exeter with just
some directions to a restaurant.
Where are we going?
Oh, this is ridiculous now! I'm starving!
I feel like we've been walking hours!
With five hungry hens to feed, let's hope it's worth the walk.
-Urban Burger? It's Urban Burger!
Why here? Why not somewhere in town?
-I don't know. It's a bit weird...
-Maybe we should go in and see.
But Lee hasn't just sent them to a burger bar.
The groom who loves extreme sports has arranged some extreme eating.
-You've no idea what's going on, do you?
-OK. Well, I got a phone call from Lee, isn't it?
And he said, "Would it be possible
"if you could sort out some Women v Food?"
It's like the challenge stuff.
You've got seven burgers, seven bits of bacon and two portions of chips.
-Oh, my God.
ALL: Oh, my God!
Do the challenge in 20 minutes and you eat it for free.
-There's a little bit of bad news, I'm afraid.
-He's not paid for it?
-He hasn't paid for it.
-OK. How much is the Man v Food thing?
-Oh, my God!
I've bought a tight dress for tonight. It's, like, skin-tight.
-I won't get it over my belly if I'm bloated.
-Oh, my God.
I can't believe he's done that.
-I'm not paying 30 quid...
-I'm not eating it.
I'm not doing it.
He said bring going-out clothes, he didn't say bring eating clothes.
I'm not going to go out with a bloated belly.
Lee's beefy hen do has left the girls with a bad taste in their mouths.
Why would he send us out after eating seven blinkin' burgers?
I'd be going out looking like a Buddha belly.
I'm just on a bit of a downer now.
And with the hen not going down well,
Ami is beginning to lose faith in her man.
It's been two weeks and he's been going on and on and on.
I just kind of feel, like, is ever going to happen?
I haven't got an invite.
Today hasn't really seemed like much of a hen do.
I've just given up, really, now.
She is now worried about the wedding.
She is now starting to think,
"Oh, my God, what is actually going to happen?
"Is there going to be things happening at my wedding that I'm not going to like?"
So Ami and her friends head off to try and make the most of a bad do.
# You got to fight for your right
# To paaaaaartay! #
At least Lee is making the most of his stag do.
# Your pops caught you smoking and he said, no way!
# That hypocrite smokes two packs a day. #
One night and then we've got to get straight back on it
because we have so much more to do.
It's been horrible not seeing Ami. I miss her to pieces.
I've just got to wait till the big day and hopefully she'll be amazed. Won't she?
# Now your mom threw away your best porno mag
# Bust it!
# Paaaaaaaartay! #
After the hen do disaster, Lee has some serious making up to do.
it's time to let his beloved in on the date of her big day.
And what better way to invite his bike-hating bride to her
bike-themed wedding than with a bike?
So I want to have it delivered by Nick, who is going to deliver
it on his bike, holding Venom on a lead as well.
Venom is going to be in his nice little suit with this little bow on as well.
We're going to attach it all to Venom.
Well, maybe Venom will take the STING out of the invite being
delivered by bike.
-How are you feeling now? It's only half a week left, isn't there?
-And you've not got an invite yet.
-No, I know.
I'm starting to get really nervous now.
If anyone mentions the wedding I've literally got
this lump in my chest and butterflies now.
It's Venom with Nick.
-I've got a present from Will.
-Thank you! Do I get to keep Venom?
Hello, mister! Hello! Look at you!
-Are you excited?
-It's my invite!
It's next Saturday. This is really, really cute.
So the invite and the dog have the bride smiling again.
She didn't even seem to notice the whole bike thing.
-Oh, it's a love heart!
-I know. It's cute, isn't it?
But I noticed he was on his bike.
-I don't get it. Why...
-You think that's a clue?
I'm, like, I've got this really nice card...on a bike.
I don't think he would put, like, something I don't like in it,
ie, the bike, but then Nick has just turned up on a bike,
so that has really concerned me.
The whole time I've been, like, he wouldn't dare.
He knows it would upset me. Why would he do that?
And this has clearly shown that he cares, because it's so nice.
But then why was Nick on a bike?
It's the final few days before the wedding,
and with his budget almost blown, Lee splashes the last of his cash
on those final wedding essentials - black suits for the boys...
Oh, mate, that's the one right there. Nice fit, isn't it?
..colourful flowers for the girls...
I'd love the idea of having sort of black roses.
..black bike wheels for table decorations...
and some fancy footwear for Lee. Guess what colour?
All-black, preferably, but we don't mind white trim on the sole.
Finally, he makes one colourful concession for his bride.
-What's the colour you're going for?
Trainers, to complete her wedding outfit.
Thank you so much. Really appreciate it. That's excellent.
It's the day before the wedding and the moment has come for Ami,
along with mum Tina and bridesmaid Danielle,
to finally see the dress she'll get married in.
I'm really, really scared. I'm just shaking. I didn't sleep last night.
Um, yeah, I'm really scared because I don't know
what it's going to look like, I don't know if it's going to fit.
What if I don't like it?
And I'm getting married tomorrow on top of that. So, um...
Ami had her heart set on a huge princess-style dress to go with
her childhood dream of a fairytale wedding.
Lee chose a tight-fitting dress, ideal for an extreme sports show.
I don't like it.
I really don't like it. I don't know what this is.
Why is there an extra sheet over the top?
All I can see is that's going to make me look like a whale,
so I don't know why he would ever think I would like that.
And it doesn't look like it pouffes out. I wanted a big pouffy dress.
-I just don't like it. I don't know what he was thinking.
Sorry, Ames, I've got to be honest, I don't like it.
I don't like that.
-It's the thing on the top, isn't it?
-I don't get that bit.
-I don't like it.
I don't like the spaghetti straps, I want proper straps.
-And it's too big.
-Oh. What's the back like?
-I don't know.
I just don't get it. I don't know what the hell he's... I don't know!
As soon as I put the other dresses on I felt like a princess.
You ain't seen yourself yet. Have a look.
(Oh, it's her face...)
I like the underneath bit, I just don't like that bit.
-Has he given me any accessories?
-You have an accessory.
-I'll get it for you.
Just a veil.
I like the veil. The veil is nice.
You know, if you had the straps, it would feel completely different.
Yeah, it will change it again.
Yeah, I definitely want some proper straps.
I won't change to a whole new dress
but I need to make alterations to it.
Lee's choice hasn't exactly wowed his bride-to-be,
so the girl who's used to getting her own way sets to work
getting her own way,
with the addition of a tiara, straps and a petticoat.
Has it made it pouffier? It has, hasn't it?
I think it has.
I don't think he's going to mind because I'm still wearing
the dress. All I'm changing is the way it fits and the straps.
And a petticoat. And a headband.
-Well, it looks nice now.
-Yeah, it looks beautiful.
-Yeah, I like it now.
Ami is finally happy.
I love it now!
But turning the dress into something closer to her dream
doesn't come cheap.
So, the total amount for the tiara, the straps
-and the petticoat will be 360.
I think he can stretch to that. That's not much.
I'm refusing to wear it unless he gets these extras.
-So, will someone call him?
-Yeah. Make sure you put the pressure on.
Following orders, bridesmaid Danielle makes an emergency call.
-Hello? How you doing? You all right?
-Yeah, all right. How're you?
Not too bad. How are you getting on?
-I hear you're getting Ami's bridal dress.
It's a nice dress. It's lovely.
But what the ladies have done, they just added a few little bits.
It looks gorgeous on her now. It really, really does look amazing.
The only thing is, it's going to cost you a little bit more, that's all.
-How much is it roughly?
-Extra, it's £360.
That's not a little bit extra, that's a lot extra.
It's not that much really,
not for the price of a quiet life.
I mean, happy wife, happy life.
No, but that is a lot...um... at this stage.
That's what the cost is, the extra bits that they've added on,
because obviously they are...
-Can they do me a better deal than that?
-Um, shall I get the lady?
-Any chance he could speak to you?
Lee's down to the last few hundred pounds, but happy wife, happy life.
So, to avoid any strife, he's going to have to get haggling.
The additionals are, tiara, the petticoat and the straps.
The straps are non-negotiable, by the way.
Is there anything you can do me on that at all, please?
If Ami were to borrow the petticoat
and not actually purchase it,
that would take £75 off the total.
So it's now only 285.
Can we cut it down to 250 in any way?
OK, 250, deal. I would shake your hand if you were here.
Yeah, if they make her happy, that's what we've got to do.
Let's go for it. Yep, no worries.
-Thanks so much, Lee. Bye.
I like the line of the happy wife thing. Now you've got it.
I got what I wanted.
-It looks amazing. I'm really happy now.
-I'm happy now.
-That I'm happy.
-I feel like a princess now, yeah.
At first I thought, "There's no way I'm wearing that,"
and now it's better than the dream dress.
I might have a load of surprises to come,
but at least the dress he's not going to get a punch for.
She might be happy with her dress,
but when it comes to tomorrow's wedding it may take more than
a few extras to turn Lee's extreme sports ceremony
into the fairytale of her dreams.
It's the morning of the wedding and the conditions for motorbikes
to somersault over an unsuspecting bride's head could not be better.
But, unfortunately for the groom,
things are not going to plan at the launch site.
Lee, could you grab this? Need you out, mate, seriously.
Slight few problems with the jump box,
because a good friend of mine, who lent it to us,
would usually have set it up and everything, so we're trying to
set it up from memory, so that's a bit of a challenge.
-It's taking a bit longer.
-Which one's that? Is that the other side?
Yeah, that's the other side. That's over here.
Yeah, I am a little bit stressed, because at the end of the day,
it is an extreme sports - things can go wrong.
Best man Hooper may not be feeling confident,
but at least the groom is keeping calm and carrying on.
I wouldn't say I feel nervous.
I'm just focused on getting this all in place.
The groom may be playing it cool in the face of some unexpected
problems, but back at home, things are hotting up.
Ami is ready to reveal herself in the wedding dress Lee chose
and she altered to the other man in her life, her dad.
Don't cry on my veil!
Oh, it's absolutely lovely. How do you feel? Happy?
-I'm happy, really happy for you.
So the dress fits the fairytale wedding Ami has dreamed of
since she was a little girl.
How about the shoes Lee has chosen to help keep her safe
during the stunt show?
And these are the ones he's arranged for you.
I'm not wearing them. I want heels. I look frumpy.
You don't look frumpy.
I'm not wearing them. Get all my heels.
We're going to have to go through every single pair of shoes.
Can someone help me in these? I'll see if they're any better.
-You can't wear them, they're bright blue!
-I've got no other choice.
-It's your something blue.
-He's not given me anything.
Ami, it's like that much off the floor.
Yeah, I know, so what am I meant to do?
There's obviously a specific reason why.
You're not good to see them, the dress has been cut.
Yes, but you don't wear heels.
I'm four foot 11, I'm not going in flat shoes.
If Ami was hoping for something higher, she may be in luck.
Back at the venue, the ramps are finally up
and every inch is carefully calculated for maximum stunt effect.
We want someone sat on the jump box to make sure Ami's head is not
going to be taken off by the BMX.
There's a few factors that can go wrong.
We've got the extreme sports element and obviously after this happens,
she might not even want to marry him.
As the ramps get higher and the tricks get bigger,
Lee's risking it all by putting his bride, who hates extreme sports,
in the middle of a stunt show moments before she says "I do".
It's not going to be her ideal wedding. It never was.
You know, it's my take on a wedding, isn't it?
She appreciates that... You know, that's what this is.
But will she like it? I hope so.
I hope so.
Let's just hope she turns up, because, at the moment,
she's not prepared to leave the house.
At least, not in her special stunt shoes.
-Come on, just change them, cos I don't...
-I want to wear heels, Dad!
I'm four foot 11, they're wearing... My bridesmaids are
wearing heels. They're all going to be taller than me.
Yeah, but your dress is too much off the floor.
-It is too much off the floor.
-I look stumpy.
Everybody is wearing heels, it's a wedding.
So I am going to look like a shrimp.
You've got to do something, Ami, because time is ticking on.
Well, not everyone will be wearing heels.
Quite a few people will be wearing helmets.
After much protesting and even more persuading,
Ami finally leaves the house in her stunt-approved plimsolls.
And, as she starts her journey to the venue, the penny has dropped
that she may not be getting the fairytale wedding of her dreams.
I think my fairytale has kind of gone out the window.
I didn't get the horse and cart.
I don't think we're heading towards a castle.
I mean, I do think we're headed toward something nice,
it might just not be what I would have picked.
Look at this driveway!
It's a really nice driveway, but I don't know what to,
cos, yeah, I can't see anything other than a little bit of a pillar.
So I don't know where we're actually going.
Back at the venue, everything is in place...including the groom's cap.
And finally, Lee is ready to greet his bride.
I'm excited. I can't wait to see Ami,
I haven't seen her for three weeks. So, excited, like.
The riders are ready and so are the paramedics.
I'm getting in your car, aren't I?
Ami is about to get her first taste of Lee's extreme wedding.
-Oh, my God.
-Oh, no! Oh, God!
Oh, my God!
I'm going to die!
And Ami's two-wheel nightmare is about to get a whole lot worse.
AMI'S DAD WHOOPS
After three weeks apart and hours of meticulous planning,
Lee can finally prove his love for the woman of his dreams...
Er, are they for me or is that just for show?
..the best way he knows how.
# And they called it puppy love
# Oh, I guess they'll never know... #
Oh, my God.
# How would the young hearts really feel... #
We're going to have to get you up here.
# And they called it puppy love... #
-This is so undignified!
Now, listen, cross your arms on your chest and don't move.
Don't move, Ami!
# Someone help me, help me, please... #
Open your eyes, open your eyes!
Right, guys, this is the scary bit.
One, two, three.
FAMILY AND FRIENDS CHEER
Can we make a big bit of noise for Ami? Come on!
# Feels like fire... #
-Give you, Ami.
-..give you, Ami...
As a symbol of my love and commitment to you.
..as a symbol of my love and commitment to you.
give you, Lee, this ring as an eternal symbol for my love
and commitment to you.
I now pronounce you husband and wife. You may kiss the bride.
FAMILY AND FRIENDS CHEER
# The power of love A force from above
# Cleaning my soul... #
That was horrible!
We want to do a bit of a special photo with everybody now.
What I want everybody to do, including the bride and groom,
we're all going to stand in front of the cars and motorbikes.
I'm not happy. Why are there more bikes?
Come on, guys. Don't be shy.
This all just happened so fast.
One minute I'm in a car and then I'm in some sideways car and then
there was a load of bikes and I don't remember getting married.
And now there's more bikes!
At least your bike's not here, though.
After a ceremony built around Lee's love of bikes
and adrenaline sports, Princess Ami has her first look at his reception.
-That is so cute!
-Look at the cake.
-Oh, my castle!
"And they lived happily ever after." Oh, my God, that's so gorgeous.
-Oh, look, he's got the bike spoke with the flowers on.
-Oh, my God.
He's depicted his other love for you. That shows you...
He's brought his bike in the room,
-but in a way that I know he can't get on it.
I was expecting, like, a black room with black tables,
black plates, black everything.
It is actually really pretty.
How you doing, you all right?
-What do you think of everything, then?
-It's actually all right.
I like that your wheel is there,
it's quite cute that you've put flowers on it.
And then I know that you're not riding it.
That's the wheel that I actually used for many years,
-so it's had countless hours of...
-I know, that's what I mean.
And that's why I'm glad, because that means it's on my table,
not in between your legs.
He's done a fantastic job. Yeah, brilliant. Can't fault the bloke.
Very proud of him, very proud of him.
This is how the last three weeks felt.
This is how it feels now.
And to be honest, I don't think anybody could have done
a better job than what me and Lee have done.
So after a day dedicated to merging together the two loves in his life,
Lee can finally put aside his bike and devote himself to his bride.
I don't like the bike, I never will like the bike,
I don't like any other type of bike. I'm not a bike person!
But I've had a nice wedding and this is lovely.
I love it, it's not a castle but it's beautiful.
It's the next best thing, isn't it, to a castle?
What would I change about the wedding? Nothing.
-I thought it was a sick job.
-I thought the wedding was rad.
-Do you really think that?
I think we pulled out the stops, we tried our absolute hardest.
I know you don't necessarily like extreme sports,
but that's part of me.
I've got to learn to live with the bike, apart from the fact that
you ruined my first dance, but we'll talk about that in the future.
I've married a Musselwhite and the Musselwhite rides a bike.
A few days later, the couple made their marriage legal.
The bike wasn't invited.
Next time, fun-loving Harry plans a day full of Eastern promise...
We need Rosa to be overwhelmed at every stage.
..while Rosa just wants a vintage tea party.
Well, he'd be stupid to not know that I want a '50s dress.
-Can this man...
-What's more realistic than this?
..give this woman the day of her dreams...
So this pink is pretty special, isn't it?
..or will Harry's big Bollywood bash backfire?
If he can't even organise the wedding dress,
then I'm doubting the whole wedding tomorrow.
# I went riding on my bike
# He went riding on his bike
# With spanner, pump, back and front light
# With spanner, pump, back and front light.
# That's all I need to ride in
# That's all he needs to ride in
# A marathon I'm entering
# A marathon he's entering
# I'm raising for a charity
# Sponsors come running to me... #