Bridezillas Cast

Series Description

Bridezillas is a 60 minute reality television series on WE TV about brides gone wild! Ok! We all know that the wedding is all about the bride. We all know that it can be a very stressful experience. So we all try to have a little tolerance for what a bride might be going through but these brides are just plain nuts! Every little detail must be exactly to their specifications and then they still complain! No expense is too great to give them the royal attention that they so deserve! And if they don't get what they want, when they want it ... well, there's hell to pay. Get real ladies! With your demanding personalities you're lucky to find anyone who wants to speak to you, much less marry you!

Bridezillas Cast

Mindy Burbano .... Narrator

Bridezillas Trivia

This is the WE network's highest rated original program. It achieved that distinction in its second season. Before appearing on the WE network, episodes that inspired this series appeared on MetroTV for two seasons and a one hour special compiled from the first season appeared on FOX.

It's pretty obvious but we'll mention anyway that the title, "Bridezillas" is a combining of the words "Bride" and "Godzilla". Godzilla is the huge monster that originated in a 1954 Japanese movie and then became very popular in the U.S. The monster simply does whatever it wants to do and destroys anything that gets in its way.

The first season of Bridezillas concentrated on the typical young, caucasion, rich bride who all happened to be from New York. Starting in the second season middle income brides were added in addition to African-American and older couples from various parts of the U.S.

In the third season a male bride was eventually featured and referred to a a "Gayzilla".

Initially the title of this series was going to be "Manhattan Brides". Soon the producers noticed that the scenes that were getting the best response from those who viewed the footage were the ones where the brides were raising hell with everyone. It was then decided to edit the already shot footage to highlight those scenes and the title was changed to Bridezillas.

One of the brides from the second season, "Julia Swinton-Williamson" claimed that the producers had not explained to her that the footage would highlight her worst moments as a "Bridezilla". She sued them for defamation of character but in 2008 her lawsuit was finally dismissed.

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