via press release:
TLC’S “RANDY TO THE RESCUE” RETURNS FRIDAY, MAY 31 AT 9PM ET/PT
Oklahoma City Thunder Cheerleader Kelsey Williams featured in new season
TLC hits the road again with a new season of RANDY TO THE RESCUE premiering Friday, May 31 at 9pm ET/PT. Season one premiere episodes averaged 1.4M P2+ viewers.
In each episode of RANDY TO THE RESCUE, bridal guru Randy Fenoli makes brides’ fantasies come true as he goes off the runway and behind the wheel of a big rig – to bring his favorite gowns, his unsurpassed dress knowledge, and his signature “head-to-hem” styling approach to brides around the country. As Randy visits different cities, he creates the ultimate trunk shows and dishes out his top tips on bridal style, do’s and don’ts, and the hottest trends for the season. From dresses and accessories to makeup and hair, he offers a complete blueprint from head-to-hem for lucky brides-to-be so they can replicate the exact look on their big day.
Season two features Oklahoma City Thunder Cheerleader Kelsey Williams, who has recently been in the news due to criticism over her weight. Randy tries to help Kelsey find a wedding dress that will work for her carnival themed reception, while incorporating her favorite “color” leopard. Other brides this season include a bridal magazine publisher who proves to be quite a challenge for Randy as she’s tough, picky, and has seen everything in the industry, a hippy bride who would rather walk down the aisle nude than wear a wedding dress, and a bride who takes her father’s opinion very seriously, with an emotional appointment that reflects how close they are after she almost loses him to an illness.
Inside each space created by The Wedding Guys, Randy has a team of consultants from local bridal salons in each city, working various fitting stations, to help each bride find the perfect dress.
In season one, Randy visited Dallas, San Diego, Las Vegas, New Orleans,
RANDY TO THE RESCUE is produced by Half Yard Productions for TLC.
TLC is a global brand that celebrates extraordinary people and relatable life moments through innovative nonfiction programming. A top 10 cable network in key female demos, TLC has built successful consumer brands around series including, and has transformed Fridays into “BrideDay” with a lineup of wedding-themed programming anchored by the franchise. In 2012, TLC had 28 series averaging 1 million P2+ viewers or more, including four series that averaged 2 million P2+ viewers or more: Here Comes Honey Boo Boo, Breaking Amish, Long Island Medium, and .
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