Brides Burst Into Tears in 'Say Yes to the Dress: America' Finale

“I can’t walk down the aisle like this!”

Nothing conjures up tears quite like weddings.

In an exclusive clip from Saturday’s season finale of “Say Yes to the Dress: America,” a roomful of 50 blushing brides descends into hysterics hours before saying the big “I do.”

The brides are crying because their hair and makeup aren’t exactly as they pictured in their wildest childhood dreams. Though, to be fair, there are dozens and dozens of brides and only so many hair and makeup artists.

In the clip, which you can watch above, designer Hayley Paige takes matters into her own hands. She comforts New York bride LoAles Cruz, who now deeply regrets cutting her hair short before her wedding day because it doesn’t fit into a bun.

“I’m like, freaking out right now,” Cruz says. “I can’t walk down the aisle like this.”

Paige assures her, “Don’t worry, I will not let you go down that aisle unless you feel perfect and exactly like yourself.”

This special season of “Say Yes to the Dress,” which premiered in January, “follows one bride from every state, plus Washington D.C. and Puerto Rico, as they say yes to their dream gowns at Kleinfeld before getting married by bridal designer Randy Fenoli in an extraordinary group wedding,” according to TLC.

The group wedding takes place at the Loeb Boathouse in New York’s Central Park. Tune into the two-hour finale to see how it all comes together before they say their vows.

The two-hour season finale of “Say Yes to the Dres America” airs on Saturday, March 14 at 8 p.m. ET/PT on TLC.

13 Cursed Movies for Friday the 13th, From 'Poltergeist' to 'The Crow' (Photos)

  • Happy Friday the 13th. Making movies proves that Murphy’s Law is a real and horrifying thing. These 13 films were struck by chaos, misfortune — and in some cases even death, during their production. Some became massive blunders while others became cult favorites famous for their notorious development. 

  • “Waterworld”

    “Waterworld” was under stormy weather from the beginning. A hurricane destroyed one of the film’s multi-million-dollar sets and nearly killed Kevin Costner, according to Yahoo. In an interview with A.V. Club, Joss Whedon called rewriting the script “seven weeks of hell.” Still, this film’s curse is tame compared to those of the rest on this list.


  • “Apocalypse Now”

    The horror! Francis Ford Coppola was tempting fate when he decided to film “Apocalypse Now” during monsoon season. Big mistake. The monsoon destroyed multiple sets, Martin Sheen suffered a heart attack during filming, and Coppola was so stressed that he suffered a seizure, according to The Independent. “Apocalypse Now” turned out to be a masterpiece anyway, but the documentary “Hearts of Darkness: A Filmmaker’s Apocalypse” about its making is just as engrossing. 


  • “The Exorcist”

    “The Exorcist” is one of the most infamously cursed movies of all time. Nine people died during the shoot, and it is said that a fire destroyed large portions of the set, according to Entertainment Weekly. The story of the film’s production became the subject of an “E! True Hollywood Story” episode.

    Warner Bros.

  • “Fitzcarraldo”

    Dysentery. Injuries. Fights among the crew. Nothing seemed to go right during the filming of “Fitzcarraldo.” The story concerns hauling a boat over a hill, which the crew literally accomplished, but not without the same nightmarish difficulty as is depicted in the film. And in the end, director Werner Herzog looked as mad and overly driven as its hero. Check out the documentary “Burden of Dreams” for more.

    Anchor Bay Films

  • “The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers”

    Bad luck ran amok in Middle Earth during the filming of “The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers.” DVD interviews revealed that multiple actors and stuntmen suffered injuries while shooting the film’s elaborate fight sequences. The worst was Viggo Mortensen, who broke his toe and chipped his tooth while filming.

    New Line Cinema

  • “The Conqueror”

    “The Conqueror” is a whitewashed 1956 film with John Wayne as Genghis Khan. The film was shot at a location downwind from a nuclear testing site, causing dozens of crew members to eventually die of cancer.


  • “The Omen”

    No one was seriously hurt during filming of “The Omen,” but chaos seemed to surround everyone involved. Star Gregory Peck and screenwriter David Seltzer had their flights struck by lightning on way to filming. Director Richard Donner’s hotel was bombed by the IRA. And members of the crew were caught in a car crash.


  • “Twilight Zone: The Movie”

    Vic Morrow and two child actors were killed during filming of “Twilight Zone: The Movie” when a helicopter crashed during a Vietnam flashback scene, leading to major changes in the way movies were made.

    Warner Bros.

  • “Rosemary’s Baby”

    During the filming of “Rosemary’s Baby,” lead actress Mia Farrow received her divorce papers from Frank Sinatra. A few months after, director Roman Polanski lost his wife Sharon Tate when she was murdered by followers of Charles Manson.


  • “Poltergeist”

    Over the course of the original Poltergeist trilogy, several cast members died tragically. In 1982, 22-year-old Dominique Dunne was murdered by her boyfriend shortly after the release of the first film. Six years later, 12-year-old Heather O’Rourke died of septic shock before the third movie was released.


  • The Superman Curse

    Comic book movie fans may know about the “Superman Curse,” which is said to afflict multiple actors involved in Superman films. Christopher Reeve was paralyzed following a horse accident. And Margot Kidder, who played Lois opposite Reeve, suffered from bipolar disorder, according to TCM.

    Warner Bros.

  • “The Crow”

    Brandon Lee, the star of “The Crow,” was killed during filming when a prop gun wasn’t loaded properly, according to the Los Angeles Times. When the gun fired, a piece of shell casing struck his chest and killed him instantly.


  • “Atuk”

    “Atuk” is a movie so cursed that it never got made. It was supposed to be a movie about an Eskimo in New York and had four different men attached to play the lead while in development hell: John Belushi, Sam Kinison, John Candy and Chris Farley. All four died shortly after entering negotiations to be in the film.


Chaos, misfortune and tragedy struck these films

Happy Friday the 13th. Making movies proves that Murphy’s Law is a real and horrifying thing. These 13 films were struck by chaos, misfortune — and in some cases even death, during their production. Some became massive blunders while others became cult favorites famous for their notorious development. 

Source: Read Full Article