For those who can't make it to London to see Prince William and Kate Middleton exchange vows, there's a satellite celebration in New York
Can't make it to London on April 29 for the nuptials between Prince William and Kate Middleton? TLC has you covered — provided you can at least make it to New York.
The cable outlet announced on Wednesday that it will host a viewing party in the Father Duffy area of Times Square for the knot-tying ceremony, featuring a pre-show of the wedding and live broadcast of the the wedding on two digital billboards.
The soiree, which will be presided over by "Say Yes to the Dress" personality Randy Fenoli, will also feature a performance by Colbie Caillat, who'll belt out a rendition of her new single called — what else? — "I Do."
Meanwhile, across the pond, Clinton Kelly of "What Not to Wear" and "Say Yes to the Dress" star Monte Durham will broadcast live from London.
Naturally, TLC isn't limiting its royal wedding coverage to the above; the Time Squares bash is but one part of 89 hours of total coverage that the network is devoting to the event.