Yukia Walker and Yuneisia Harris have made the most of filling a void in options for full-figure brides with their Columbia boutique. Now the sisters are the stars of TLC's new reality show "Curvy Brides," which premieres tonight.
The duo opened Curvaceous Couture bridal salon in Columbia after Walker (pictured) struggled to find a dress for her own wedding.
Since launching their boutique in 2008, the sisters have amassed a roster of designers such as Enzoani, Allure Couture, Pronovias, Madison James and Maggie Sottero. Now, they are poised to be the next household name in the reality television universe.
Last summer a pilot episode of the reality TV show aired in August, with a focus on "curvy brides [who] experience their dream of finding the perfect wedding dress."
According to Washingtonian, the duo filmed a dozen more 30-minute shows in October after a positive reception to the pilot.
The show follows the two sisters everywhere, from life in their Maryland boutique to their personal...Read more
It's Day 28 at Merica, and it looks like Dan and Sierra are now working together, which is a far cry from when he made her cry a couple of weeks ago. They scoff at the fact that Mike and Shirin have tried to tell them they are at the bottom of their alliance (they totally are).
Shirin and Dan talk about Will's treatment of her last week. She says that because of the verbal abuse she's experienced before, a man yelling at her is a trigger for her. Will went above and beyond the confines of the game, and his behavior is unacceptable.
Dan almost had me, thinking he was being supportive, until he started talking about her behind her back and calling her a drama queen and equating her actions with Will's. Now I get it: Shirin is annoying and likes to make everything about her. But I watched the episode, and I heard the things that Will said to her (editing monkeys notwithstanding) and Will behaved horribly.
Reward Challenge time! It's a team challenge, two teams of four. They need to transport...Read more
After four seasons, ABC has cancelled "Revenge," Variety has confirmed.
The drama, which stars Emily VanCamp and Madeleine Stowe will not be returning for a fifth season, with the May 10 fourth season finale, serving as the series' final episode.
The news comes just weeks after Stowe's character Victoria Grayson was killed off the series, and the actress confirmed she would not be back for another round, if "Revenge" were to be renewed.
Earlier in Season 4, Josh Bowman, another series regular from the show's start in 2011, was also killed off, leaving only VanCamp, Gabriel Mann and Nick Wechsler, as the original cast members on the show. Throughout the series, regulars Henry Czerny, Connor Paolo and Barry Sloane were also axed, while actress Christa B. Allen has been void for the latter half of this season -- however, she will return for the final two episodes of the series.
Showrunner and exec producer Sunil Nayar confirmed the cancellation to Entertainment Weekly. "We can officially...Read more
Hulu is giving its viewers nothing to watch, in a big way.
The online network has landed exclusive subscription on-demand rights to "Seinfeld." All nine seasons of the hit sitcom said to be "about nothing" will be streaming on Hulu starting in June, the network announced Wednesday at a presentation for advertisers.
The episodes, currently airing on TV in a slightly trimmed form, will be restored to their original NBC running time for Hulu, said series star Jerry Seinfeld, on hand to deliver the news.
Seinfeld suggested that his show, produced from 1990-1998, wouldn't work in today's digital world. He wondered aloud what reason Kramer would ever have to bang on Jerry's apartment door, which was how so much of the comedy began.
"He would text me instead," Seinfeld said.
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Cram a decade’s worth of dance performances into an hour? Sure!
Even though that’s not logistically possible, “Dancing with the Stars” did its level best to shoehorn as many former contestants and pros as possible into Tuesday’s “10th Anniversary Special.”
But while advance hype promised nearly 50 – or at least upwards of 45 – dancers would hit the floor in the “biggest opening number” in the show’s history, there were more like a couple dozen, which was a little disappointing. Counting should be a strong suit around those parts, no? One, two, three, step, step, step, right? Oh, never mind “DWTS,” I can’t stay mad at you.
Diehard fans were no doubt tuning in anyway, especially since ABC had been fanning the flames for this event with the promise of a “bromance dance” featuring a bunch of NFL players, tons of celebrities and highlights/lowlights from 20 seasons of the reality competition.
Wanted to see Steve Wozniak do the worm again? Heads up for that mercifully short clip. How about Marie...Read more