David Tutera lives in a dream — the world of dream weddings, that is. The gay wedding planner extraordinaire is back with a new season of his rags-to-riches reality show, My Fair Wedding: Unveiled, which premiers at 9 pm September 8 on WE.
The Advocate caught up with Tutera to hear what’s new in the revamped series, find out if we’ll see any LGBT couples this season, and wax poetic about marriage equality. Tutera has a personal — and professional — stake in the fight for marriage equality, as a man who married his husband in Vermont nine years ago and who makes his living producing gorgeous weddings for couples around the country.
What is going to be different about this season on My Fair Wedding: Unveiled?
It’s really different. It’s a less buttoned-up version of me. Every wedding still comes off with a beautiful finish, but the journey has a lot of bumps in the road. We decided to call the show Unveiled because we really are lifting the curtain and showing you inside my world.
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