'Bridezillas' to feature extreme bride in Twin Cities wedding

The WE cable network reality show "Bridezillas" is about to feature an extreme bride preparing for her nuptials in the Minnesota. Three installments will be dedicated to Jeanine and Thomas Hill of Florida, who decided to get married in the Twin Cities because that's where Thomas Hill's family is from. The first episode airs Sunday.
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The WE cable network reality show "Bridezillas" is about to feature an extreme bride preparing for her nuptials in the Minnesota. Three installments will be dedicated to Jeanine and Thomas Hill of Florida, who decided to get married in the Twin Cities because that's where Thomas Hill's family is from. The first episode airs Sunday.

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