7.21.2009

Cake Boss Bridezilla's Husband

I have to interrupt "Real Wedding (& Engagement Party) Week" for just a tiny bit because I know all of you are dying to see the face of the guy who actually married the Cake Boss Bridezilla!

The uber talented Paul and Krystal of Studio Foto were able to make it look like the crazy cake lady actually has a tiny little Bohemian heart - check out their gorgeous and unique engagement shoot and the amazing wedding details.

I'm still so in love with Buddy's cake creation. . .

77 comments:

  1. Incredible pictures, incredible cake, thankless, superficial bride-- what else to ask for in a wedding.

    Cheers

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  2. Gorgeous photos!! If I hadn't seen the episode with the Bratty Bride I wouldn't have believed it. What an immature ungrateful little t-u-r-d. Today a bride, tomorrow a divorcee. That poor groom's going to have a long row to hoe married to that nutter.

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  3. Wow! Beautiful pictures-I'm surprised she didn't call them ugly and try to ruin them. Poor husband. He must have a low IQ or a psychological defect to marry such a monster. And, Mama must've paid Buddy well to bake/decorate another cake for the brat. Kudos to Buddy and his staff for following through on a project most of us would've ditched.

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    1. Well, then, she's an idiot. so congrats on that, I guess.

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  4. We are actually very private people, but I'm glad you all enjoyed our photographs. Sorry to burst your bubble, but the whole show was staged. They asked my wife to act like a bridezilla (her mother as my witness) in order to raise the ratings. Alison is an amazing person, beautiful inside and out, but she has trouble saying "no". So Fake Boss took advantage of that and dragged her name through the mud for his own gain. The cake she destroyed was a prop. We designed our wedding cake months before, and that is the cake we received. This show has destroyed the good memory of our wedding and the record needs to be set straight. BTW, Alison did not receive a single cent for the "most watched episode". All we got were death threats on the internet.

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    1. Haha I came online looking for Alison to give her a piece of my mind! She cannot be found anywhere now (3 years later) and I'm glad I found this post because I believed the whole thing and I just wanted to tell her what a horrible person I think she is. That was the most bitchy performance I've seen in years. I'm glad I don't know people like her. When I saw her talking I was like "Seriously? You are kidding me right?" Good to know that it's fake because I felt really sorry for the husband. WHAT A BITCH

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    2. It's allright... brain-owners who watched the show saw the "STAGED" banner all over it, and people who didn't, don't worry about them, they don't have the brain cells to plot killing a leg-less cockroach hehe

      Your wedding pictures are beautiful... and please, ask your wife where did she get the shoes, yeah, I know she got them years ago, but they're GORGEOUS!!! ;)

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    3. RIGHT. Of course she staged it. How stupid she would look for behaving the way she did. And no, she wasn't paid either, because that makes her even a bigger twit. And of course you aren't a fool for marrying this spoiled brat ( of, excuse me, actress). Why would someone ruin thir wedding like this? I guess she just really wanted to be on TV, huh? Give me a BREAK!

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    4. I can't believe so many people thought it was real. It was obvious it was staged from the mediocre acting. Duh. Anyway -- people should be ashamed of themselves for believing this and trashing the bride.

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    5. actually, i would like to ask, who are you? you have no prove that you are the groom. all i see here is that your name is a anonymous. if the show is truly staged, why the hell would you go and confess here? i bet you will confess at a public area or something or even just keep quiet. i don't care if the show is staged but what is with you saying this here for? yea you claim to not get a single cent then put it up on the internet and go and ruin cake boss's reputation! and if you know your reputation will be ruined, why did you go and accept it in the first place? you surely have a brain to know that right? acting like that in front of cameras does not spell the work 'GOOD'. i know this is 3 years ago but let me get this straight, give us prove that u are the groom then comment like this. i do not like cake boss but this is ridicules.

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    6. Why would you agree to be in the show as a bridezilla and then complain about it ruining your memory? So if it was real, she's still a spoiled bitch, and if it truly was staged, she's just a dumbass for agreeing with it. Either way she's an idiot...inside and out.

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    7. I'm catching Cake Boss on Netflix, I like it a lot. I have no doubt it was staged, I just felt the need to add that they did't do it for the sake of ratings, at least this wasn't the ONLY reason. It's for the sake of having valuable content to air. As a journalist, I know how much a tv crew and producers can cost, and they wouldn't sit around the bakery waiting for something tv-worthy to happen so they could catch it on tape. So that's what probably happens: Buddy and the producers sit down and imagine things that can easily happen within a bakery. Things that maybe even happened before in real life to Buddy, since they have that bakery for a long time. And then they stage it. I personally don't feel betrayed, cause I know it's tv, but I do know most of that drama really can happen, like a bridezilla coming and thrashing her cake, or a batch of cream spoiling in the oven room, or a guy coming and ordering a cake for friday, but realizing he needs it for wednesday. Anyway, it's "reality" with the help from the producers and people should know better than believing everything in the show happened the way it showed. Having said that, I do think they should, if not pay Alison, at least make the cake for free. And I think they should have changed her name on the show for privacy. I wish all the best for the couple, I won't pass any judgment on her, she participated because she wanted, and that's it. To the couple, I'd say: forget the haters and cherish your beautiful ceremony, it was rich and precious so you should always remember it in a good way. Cheers!

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    8. If it was not staged then am really sorry for her husband (if they didn't divorce already). If it is real then Aliosn is stupid for accepting to act like a bridezila.

      Budddy said about the incident:

      «I got a lot of feedback on the episode with Alison, the bride who decorated her own cake. I know it looked awful, and I was hurt. I won't lie.

      She thought because the cameras were on, and she knew the icing was there, she could do it and it'd be funny. But it wasn't. I was hurt. I was angry. And I didn't know what to do when it's on film, and she ruins our work.

      She's a really good girl. I wish people knew that. It was a one-time thing, and she really thought it would be funny. She just has a different sense of humor, I guess. She apologized over and over. She sent me a two-page email right after that. We made up. Really. I know she didn't mean to come off like a bridezilla. I'd never, ever make my brides feel uncomfortable because of the cameras. I'd never want them to look bad on the show. It's just she apologized to me, and the rest of America doesn't know, she thought it was a joke.»

      http://blogs.discovery.com/tlc-cake-boss/2009/10/families-feuds-and-fabulous-fan.html

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  5. It is crazy what shows will do for ratings... I love the show; but when I watched it I did find it hard to believe that they would even allow people in the kitchen. There were some interesting almost unbelievable moments from the episode and now I know why!
    The wedding pictures are beautiful! You two look very happy together and I am sure you will have a wonderful life together!

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  6. what I dont' understand is why someone will agree to a show.. it is not important if it is true or not you did the show... and that is bad enough....

    why did you agree to do it???

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  7. Amazing pictures. Just saw the episode with Bridezilla. You are amazing photographers to be able to hide the bitchiness from the bride. Prayers for the husband.

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  8. I find it hard to believe this was done as a favor or part of a plot. I doubt a genuinely good person would act in such a way. Not only was I thinking how played out the "bridezilla" attitude is but I was also thinking Who the hell complains about something they are not paying for? So, as I read the anonymous response I am now asking Who in the hell does such favors on a day so sacred???

    It was a beautiful cake.

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  9. The episode was staged as are all of Cake Bosses shows and the cake was a fake prop! It was probabaly made out of styrofoam.

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  10. I'm sorry the show used your fabulous day as a ploy for ratings. That first cake was so ugly I knew it was a fake! Ugh! I couldn't believe that was real, and I'm relieved to know I was right. Your photos are absolutely amazing and I can tell by her tree-climbing that she is a good sport and not at all the person the show depicted (is anyone, really?). Congratulations to you both. Tell Alison her shoes were H-O-T! Love em!

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  11. "Staged?"... listen carefully to her comments just barely in earshot when Buddy delivers the cake... something like "Okay, I said it was nice, now I'm not going to even get up or f'ing acknowledge him".

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  12. Clearly one of the sickest women on Earth. I'm as angry at the parents as I am at her. I would love to see her out on the street. She is clear "white trash"

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  13. Really? I saw bitchiness in every single one of those photos - for example, there is a photo where he has his arms wrapped around her and her arms are hanging limply at her sides, shoulders slunched forwards. My first thought was whether or not it was an arranged marriage. I feel really sorry for the guy. The pictures, however, are amazing!!!

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  14. Good luck with that Bride...maybe cakeboss can make the divorce cake? She did say she wanted a black one.......I feel sorry for her husband

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  15. Cool. Just saw the Cake Boss show and thought the bride was what everyone was saying she was. That's cool that it was staged, and I'm sorry you guys (bride and groom) had to take all of the backlash. At least you know you're a good actress! Congrats on everything! Pictures look great, and you guys make a cute couple.

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  16. It's funny...even after looking at these pix I can't help but still see a bitch!

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  17. I buy that it was staged. If I'd agreed to make a total a-- of myself and the guy who convinced me to do it(or whose producers did) I might not want to talk to him either. Or, the producers may have told her, no matter what anyone says, don't acknowledge him. When I saw the episode, I thought, "That woman is crazy--C-R-A-Z-Y! She's not making any sense!" The notion that the whole thing was staged...now that makes sense.

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  18. Just one more thing...I've seen the Cake Boss's cakes and, when he finished her "first" cake, I was completely unimpressed. While it was a lovely cake and I was very impressed with the Calla Lillies, it was not a TV-Show-Ooo-Ahh-Worthy cake. I actually thought, "He's proud of himself for THAT? I just saw him make an amazing Apple Orchard Cake and a Wild Birthday Cake for his sister and he's impressed with this relatively blah cake? That just didn't seem genuine to me. That being a staged cake seems like a much more viable explaination.

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  19. If you agreed to stage that, please don't complain about the backlash. If it was not staged... God bless the man who married that nutcase.

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  20. C'mon Gang, it was not staged, this is a clear case of a spioled brat realizing too late that her actions were being filmed and what that would mean...a truly awful person regardless of what battle she was obviously embroiled in with her control freak mom...every person still has the option of acting nobly or being a petty jerk, she chose the latter.

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    1. EXACTLY!!!!!!

      Her mother should have smacked her across the mouth.....hold that....her mother should disciplined her as a child.

      She's a poor excuse for a human being and I don't believe for a split second that this was a fake.

      She's a bitch and will have to learn how to explain her mouth and actions if she continues to act like an idiot.

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  21. Woah, just caught this on DVD and immediately jumped on-line, since I knew this would be a hot topic.

    I am willing to believe that it was partially staged, since every episode has at least one manufactured drama (the sister calling a rival baker for her birthday is a personal groaner). However, if she doesn't come across as the most loathesome personal alive, she still looks like one of the stupidest. Why would you act like a total b!tch on camera in front of a national audience? What was the endgame here? Just dumb. I hope Buddy makes the divorce cake.

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  22. Hmmm...even if it was "staged" she knowingly entered into an agreement to act the way she did and she clearly had no problem with it when it was happening. No one forced her, no one was twisting her arm behind the scenes. The husband states that this show ruined their special day, but I think unless they are truly innocent (i.e. they never agreed to stage the scene where she goes a-wall on that cake) they have no one to blame but themselves and shouldn't be asking pity from the general public they sold themselves to in the first place. No one should try to cheapen their incredibly important day by agreeing to do something like that.

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  23. To the husband that claimed that show ruined the special day- nice try. For the show to be staged, they could not have pulled off the storyline without your wife and mother-in-law actively participating in the plot. If this day was so special, then why did they agree to stage a phony scenario? If your wife is such a wonderful person, why would she allow herself to be betrayed like that on a national show? From your comments, it's sounds like you were all expecting money. Sorry, you and your wife get no sympathy from me. I am not buying it and your attempt at damage control is weak. Good luck with your marriage- as I think you are going to need it.

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  24. There is nothing more scripted than an unscripted reality show.

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  25. Sorry, you can script things to an extent.. but you cant fake self-loathing like that... and let's face it, to be that miserable, you have to hate yourself pretty badly.

    As for the person who claims to be her husband... well, perhaps he really does believe it was "staged." I mean, maybe the bridezilla concocted the "staged" story as a way to cover up her awful behavior and he bought it. It doesn't sound like it'd be that hard to fool him.. she somehow got him to marry her.

    And btw, in order for them to air the episode, bridezilla would have had to sign a release. So on the 1/2 percent chance it was staged and against her will, she still signed the agreement.

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  26. I have to agree with the previous comments. Yes, reality shows are staged however you have to agree to do them. Instead of getting money and recognition you received a negative backlash. It was your choice in the first place to do the episode and I find it odd and hard to believe that you did it for free. If that was the case then you did it for free thinking you would gain from it later on - monetarily or fame wise. But it backfired and all you received was a negative reaction. Regardless if your a good person or not, why would you take a sacred memory like your wedding day and allow yourself to be exploited negatively?
    All of you are adults, it was a careless decision and as I do not by any means condone "death threats" you have to take responsibility for your actions. You can't blame the Cake Boss or the producers for the decision you, your wife and family made.

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  27. Ok, I know there are a ton of comments but I JUST saw this episode and am so mad, Had to find a place to vent - a bit. What a BI*c*!!! I gather the guy was either desperate, stupid or she was knocked up. I would not have brought her a nice cake at all.

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  28. And, Sorry but I don't believe it was a fake. She kind of looked retarded or something to start with.

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  29. I would have to agree. You allowed your name to pulled through the mud and your special day to be made a joke of. I am sure what you wanted was attention and now you got it. Don't pretend this is not what you wanted. I know people who have had cakes made from there and choose to not participate in the show.

    I don't know if it was fake or staged but allowing yourself to either act like a bitch or to be portrayed that way was your choice. Take responsibility, don't piss and moan about a choice you made. You got your 15 mins of fame and in that 15 mins you were seen as an attention seeking bitch.

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  30. So sorry your 15 mins didn't turn out to be as financially profitable as you think. Perhaps if you were as talented as Buddy and able to create something. Being rude and bitchy is not a talent and certainly unoriginal. It is a shame some many others have made money out of it.

    You are receiving negative attention because you wanted it. It is so childish. You allow yourself to be filmed and portrayed that way then really I have no sympathy for either of you. You ruined your own special day, you made a mockery of yourselves not Cake Boss. I personally feel this exactly what you wanted attention good or bad. And you expected that making a fool of yourselves would make you some money.

    I wouldn't try to dig yourself into a deeper hole, claiming you are the innocent victims of a show about....cakes! Next time have more respect for yourself and don't allow yourself to be perceived in a way that puts you in a negative light aka....a spoiled, rude, attention seeking little bitch.

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  31. Look at the pics again, especially the engagement pics. That girl is an ADDICT. It's written all over her face.

    Who knows if the whole thing was staged or not? Maybe her brain is fried.

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  32. 8 minutes for .25 cents ?!?

    She looks like a tramp!

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  33. You viewers are retarded. This show is completely slimy with how they stage each episode.
    And YES they can edit the bride to be viewed as a bridezilla. For every 2 minutes of footage you actually see there can be an hour of stuff they've edited through. To use someone's wedding as hype for drama in his show is gross.
    I'm sure his father would be proud.

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  34. If she knew that they wanted her to play the bad guy she should have never signed up to do that. You guys say it was scripted so read the script before you sign your name. If it wasn't staged than you are a crazy nut of a woman and need to get help. Also you are probably making it up that it was staged to make yourself look better. You made a fool of yourself deal with the consequences. I personally liked buddy's first cake I thought it was classic elegance.

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  35. I seriously doubt they would script for someone to look like that much or a crazy b*tch... especially the part at the end where she refused to even look at the new cake. Don't even try to blame the show.

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  36. even if this show was staged, that girl is still a bitch in real life. i would have punched her in the face, right before she walked down the aisle.

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  37. Either she's a really convincing actor, plus not very bright for accepting this role on Cake Boss, or her husband's just trying to cover up her true personality by claiming the episode was a ploy. One way or another...it's a pretty bad move!

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  38. "And YES they can edit the bride to be viewed as a bridezilla. For every 2 minutes of footage you actually see there can be an hour of stuff they've edited through. To use someone's wedding as hype for drama in his show is gross."

    FOR THE PERSON WHO SAID THAT, I WANTED TO MAKE IT CLEAR THAT THEY CANNOT EDIT OUT BITCHINESS.

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  39. It's a reality T.V. show!! Is she really that stupid to think people wouldn't believe this as her real personality on first impression???

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  40. Hahah, next thing you know...she'll probably be all pissed because she didn't recieve the child she wanted. I don't think she'll be able to send it back for another when that happens...

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  41. Soooo what's the moral here? Don't agree to do the damn show! If you want to use a great baker, use a great baker but they were approached to be filmed and they agreed to it. Unless you're an idiot, you should know that they can and will use even a comment that was made in jest against you. I'm willing to bet the bride just wanted to show off her awesome wedding or whatever. Private people? Yeah right, that's why they agreed to be a part of an episode for reality tv. I have no sympathy. Sorry.

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  42. I think people care way too much about some silly show. Whether she is actually a bitch or not, its a SHOW. While I love the show, and hate to think they would intentionally try and take advantage of someone...we all should keep in mind that it is A SHOW. No matter if its spun as a "reality" show, anyone with common sense should be able to see that its still tv. You don't go sending death threats to soap opera stars because their character is a b@#$% (and if you do, take yourself to the nearest crazy clinic). Watch the show, call her whatever you want (because FYI thats what was agreed to--NOT real world contact), but seriously, leave it at that. No matter how this girl is, its really none of your business and no one should target her personally for it. Bottom line, whoever she is, YOU don't have anything to do with her! She didn't hurt anyone, because if it was actually true, you can bet he got paid for both cakes, and if it wasn't, then it was his idea! If either the bride or her husband is still reading this, although I would hope you could put this behind you, if you are still reading this garbage...I'd like to extend my apologies on behalf of all the people who think they had a right to contact you personally and not just leave it watching the show. Seriously, if any of you think you have a right to contact people personally who are on television, for WHATEVER reason, you are delusional and either need a life, or need some therapy!

    ps-whoever made the comment about her "looking" b*(#&y in the pictures, again...its a photo shoot, half the time you are posed. Its more than likely her arm looks awkward because the pose may have been awkward, not because she is unfeeling.

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  43. Just aired in Australia. The reason it caused such a negative reaction from people is because we saw Allison's pure ugliness. It was so raw and real and it hit a nerve in all of us. We were horrified and disgusted at this sideshow monster. We should just pity her and her husband and move on with our happy lives because we don't have as someone commented,the "self loathing" to be such a narcissistic person. Clearly, money can't buy you happiness.

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  44. We all just wanted her give Buddy a heartfelt thankyou. That's all. Would it have been so hard? She's so evil!

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  45. To the husband, Alan Sky isn't it? Buddy wrote in his blog 10/14/2009 to defend her
    "She's a really good girl. I wish people knew that. It was a one-time thing, and she really thought it would be funny. She just has a different sense of humor, I guess. She apologized over and over. She sent me a two-page email right after that. We made up."
    Why would Alison apologise so profusely if it was staged? If she told you it was a prop and staged then she started off your marriage with a big fat lie. We all know her mother would say and do anything for her little brat.

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    1. right on the money. now it's the husband's turn for excusing Bridezilla's behavior. after being foolish enough to marry her.

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  46. She may have signed the release form at their first consultation meeting, long before she went bridezilla on Buddy. So it was probably not staged and the husband is just trying to save face. I hope the mother had to pay for two cakes.

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  47. glad you all have no life whatsoever that you believe this to be 'reality' tv. unreal.

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  48. I just caught this(had never seen the show before) and as I was oogling at the beautiful cakes wow, Bridezilla comes up. What an awful, nasty behavior. I was so outraged I wanted to scream and slap her! I am still so outraged I needed to come online and find somewhere to vent! ARGHHHH - thanks, I feel so much better now.

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  49. It was staged like the moon landing was stage.

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  50. Even if you can screen edit...it would sure be difficult to put together a brat like that on TV.

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  51. I can't convince myself that the episode was staged. If it is, who the hell would ruin their own wedding and show to the whole world what kind of b**** you are, especially on a reality show!

    Simple, you should use common sense and when you agree to it in the first place, don't complain on the consequences later. I feel sorry for both of you.

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  52. I was watching the cakeboss marathon today and did a picture search of his stuff and the bridezilla thing came up as a tag, so being the curious gal I am, I looked. Then found this link to the bridal photos and have to say that those who looked at the pictures and still said it wasn't staged, they're rather dim (almost as dim as me commenting so long after it aired!) b/c the cake colors match the flowers theme of the wedding perfectly. It was an obvious staged thing, but who cares, it was entertaining and the man makes amazing cakes!! I'm sure she loved the real cake.

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  53. She was completely rude to her mother and didn't give Buddy any direction as to how she wanted her cake to look. What did she expect. She was incredibly disrespectful! I'm not even a huge fan of Buddy on Cake Boss, but she should be appreciative to her mother instead of talking about how her mother controlled her life and was turning her wedding into a funeral for her in front of the baker and on national television! If she's so unhappy she shouldn't get married.

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  54. I am happy that you came to the defense of your wife pal, but I doubt she would do the same for you in a similar situation.

    I wish you a long and happy life.

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  55. I didn't like what she did :( especially when she told buddy if she can throw the whole cake in her mom's face if it didn't turn out well. (it was during the interview)

    It was disrespectful, I wouldn't act like that towards my mom in national t.v.

    They look rich... If it's really staged then agreeing on it makes her look she needed publicity.

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  56. Bullsh*t. If it was staged, then husband AND wife are both f*cked up people. Not just the bitchy wife. The only thing they explained with this post is that they're even more messed up than everyone thought. No sympathy is deserved for such dumb*sses.

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  57. No, we're not dumb enough to give you sympathies for outing yourself as greedy and stupid instead of pompous.

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  58. Wow, you peoPle must be stupid. The husband is right - the show is a complete fake. I have two friends who played the "engaged couple" on the van accident episode and hey we're married 8 years when that show aired. They played a part for Buddy the faker to add more drama. This show and this network are a fake.

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  59. i watched this earlier tonight and this is all I could think about.... http://www.ifc.com/portlandia/videos/portlandia-cool-wedding

    Just go get married in the desert already. And give someone more deserving your overpriced wedding, you cliched twat.

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  60. yeah.... this: http://www.ifc.com/portlandia/videos/portlandia-cool-wedding

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  61. ugh, parents. they're always trying to ruin things with all their love and money. I just want to get married in the desert with a black funeral cake, b/c this is the funeral of my freedom, don't you get it?! And stay out my room, I wish I was dead! (stomps upstairs & slams bedroom door)

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    1. HAHAHA!!!


      Give this twit about 30 years. She'll be totally alone, crying herself to sleep every night and miserable.

      Karma will get ahold of her.

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  62. Staged or not... This is what BUDDY said on his own blog about the incident:

    I got a lot of feedback on the episode with Alison, the bride who decorated her own cake. I know it looked awful, and I was hurt. I won't lie.

    She thought because the cameras were on, and she knew the icing was there, she could do it and it'd be funny. But it wasn't. I was hurt. I was angry. And I didn't know what to do when it's on film, and she ruins our work.

    She's a really good girl. I wish people knew that. It was a one-time thing, and she really thought it would be funny. She just has a different sense of humor, I guess. She apologized over and over. She sent me a two-page email right after that. We made up. Really. I know she didn't mean to come off like a bridezilla. I'd never, ever make my brides feel uncomfortable because of the cameras. I'd never want them to look bad on the show. It's just she apologized to me, and the rest of America doesn't know, she thought it was a joke.

    http://blogs.discovery.com/tlc-cake-boss/2009/10/families-feuds-and-fabulous-fan.html

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    1. It doesn't matter if SHE thought it would be funny. This goes to show her lack of judgement and immaturity.

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  63. If it was staged, and was actually "acting" during the defacing with frosting scene (which were all conveniently behind the cake for drama to unfold), by the day of her wedding she may have been feeling deceived and annoyed by volunteering to be a part of the TV show and embarrassed for partaking in such a ridiculous act. It would make sense that when Buddy did show up with the new cake that she was resentful and done with participating in the drama and escapade the TV show was pushing for, and thus the short comment along the lines of "i said thank you, now leave." I initially bought into the drama, but am disgusted on several levels after further considering how reality was portrayed, and how unfair and disrespectful it was for the show's producers to even consider displaying such disgusting behavior on their TV show. The right thing to do would have been to not have aired this woman's wedding, and to allow her to save face for her own wedding.

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  64. i dont believe it was staged. I have a fiend whos related to someone working on the set. they said it was real.

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