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May 06, 2010

Calling all jilted brides and grooms: your betrothed may have bailed, but reality TV wants you!

Mug-shot_runaway-bride1 There may be few things worse than being left at the altar--just ask Kiefer Sutherland or the former fiance of the so-called Runaway Bride who staged her kidnapping just to avoid taking that big, scary matrimonial march. But we may have found something that could be worse: a reality show about it all. Yep, Beach Pictures and Pink Sneakers Productions (responsible for such TV gems as Hogan Knows Best, Brooke Knows Best and, best of all in the worst possible way, Miami Social) are casting for their newest reality masterpiece, Left At the Altar, and are on the hunt for brides and grooms who set the big date but chickened out at least a month before the wedding. From losing your bride to losing your pride, it could be considered cathartic for the jilted and the scorned to tell their stories on national TV. Or not. Those who dare to find out are asked to send a picture and their story to [email protected]. One word of advice: make sure you sign a pre-nup.

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This is a very unfortunate event and situation. Anyway, I think Left At the Altar will be an exciting show.

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