“The Bachelorette” will air Ashley Hebert’s wedding tonight on Channel 15 in Tempe, and now fans are being given more inside scoop on the big event. On Saturday, Dec. 15, Gather Celebs and TV Grapevine shared new comments made by Ashley Hebert. The Ticket also shared new comments by the man behind the series. Check out the photos from the event here and here, and check out photos of the couple here. If you missed any of the previously released photos or spoilers for this series, go here.
Ashley is ready for the world to see her marry J.P. Rosenbaum on tonight’s wedding special. Gather Celebs reported on Saturday that she popped onto her Twitter account on Saturday night with the following Tweet:
“Tomorrow, tomorrow, I love ya, tomorrow…you’re only a day awayyyyyyy!!”
She once again took to her Twitter on Sunday morning to say the following:
“Happy Wedding Day @JP_Rosenbaum! Tonight on ABC 9pmE! Hope to see you all then! xoxoox”
As for the event, the couple live currently in New Jersey, but the wedding was held in California. The couple said the following about why they chose the location they did for the event, according to TV Grapevine:
“Some of the options that we had discussed with the production and with, with ourselves, you know, internally. Pasadena was really the most beautiful of every place of everywhere we were considering. The West coast is not exactly convenient for all of us East Coasters but you know, at the end of the day, it just, it just was really far and away the nicest place that we had seen. And so we decided along with some of the powers that be, that this would be the place. There were some people that didn’t get to make it, but I don’t think it had anything to do with the distance. It was more so a factor of, of prior obligations on their part.”
Ashley and J.P. are only the third couple to make it down the aisle from the ABC reality franchise. Mike Fleiss, the man behind the series, spoke about the continued success of the series in a recent interview. The Ticket reported the following about Fleiss’ thoughts about the series’ success:
“Not only are the stakes high when people are at their most vulnerable and emotional, he says, but viewers find it comforting that ‘The Bachelor’ proves it doesn’t matter how attractive or tan or rich you are — everyone needs help finding love. Plus, the central theme — the quest for a soul mate — simply never gets old.”
The next journey for love will be for Sean Lowe. His time on “The Bachelor” will arrive on ABC on Jan. 7. Production on his season has already wrapped. Fans are buzzing about this series on social media. One fan said the following on Twitter recently:
Ashley and JP’s wedding tonight #eeekkk #lovethem #thebachelorette
“The Bachelorette” will air Ashley’s wedding tonight on Channel 15 in Tempe.
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