One bride said "Yes" to the dress on the TV show "Say Yes to The Dress", but her only problem was that she didn't want the world to see the episode before her wedding.
Alexandra Godino, who’s set to say “I do” to pro hockey player Jeff May in front of 300 guests on May 14, said she agreed to appear on Say Yes to the Dress on the condition that the show air after her wedding date. And then she found out her episode was slated to air in March.
"I hired a lawyer because, how many times have they done this to brides? This is a show about weddings, how they’re completely unsympathetic is mind blowing," Alexandra told the New York Post.
Manhattan Judge Nancy Bannon was not sympathetic. From the Post: She “ruled that while she understands the tradition of a bride not being seen in her gown, Godino signed away her rights in a contract. ‘Things could be worse than being on a television show with a beautiful dress on,’ Judge Bannon said.