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David Tutera is expanding from planning weddings to parties of all kinds for celebrities. The fetes, which often coincide with momentous points in the lives of the famous, are jaw-dropping bashes that befit Hollywood. "Jersey Shore's" JWoww, rapper Lil' Kim and musical siblings Brandy and Ray J -- who needs a last name when you're famous? -- are among the stars who use Tutera's expansive knowledge, although their sometimes-outrageous demands don't make it easy for him to do things the way he wants. The soirees include a baby shower, anniversary party and, of course, a dream wedding.

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Rapper/actor Ice-T and wife Coco ask David to plan their baby shower in New York City; David entrusts Montre to plan the entertainment and to figure out what to do with Coco's twin pet bulldogs.
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Comic and actress Niecy Nash hires David to throw a fashion-inspired Sweet Sixteen bash for her daughter Dia; mom threatens to steal the spotlight.
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Actress Vivica A. Fox wants to host a party to celebrate her birthday, show off her new home and launch her lingerie line; the event becomes even more complicated for David when Vivica decides to host the big event in her small house.
aired 94 days ago
Reality TV personalities Heidi and Spencer Pratt ask David to plan a graduation celebration for Spencer; David struggles to transform this notorious bad boy's outrageous ideas into a stylish party.
aired 101 days ago
Dancers tWitch and Allison hire David to throw their baby shower; tWitch freaks out about impending fatherhood; Ryan clashes with David's team.
aired 108 days ago
Actress Zendaya ("K.C. Undercover") asks David to throw a sophisticated launch party for her new shoe collection; things take a turn for the worse when David clashes with her diva business partner, and Ryan struggles to find a venue.
aired 115 days ago
TV personality Buddy Valastro ("Cake Boss") wants to throw a surprise party for his wife, Lisa; Buddy warns Team Tutera not to blow the secret, then Ryan destroys Lisa's cake, incurring everyone's wrath.
aired 179 days ago
David plans an event for actor Gary Busey, giving Tori Spelling the lead; tensions flare as Tori's actions shock everyone; David's team members struggle to throw a flawless 50th birthday party for their boss.
aired 180 days ago
Tori Spelling and Team Tutera throw David the ultimate 50th birthday bash.
aired 181 days ago
A wedding for Basketball Wives reality star Sundy Carter with help from Tori.
aired 182 days ago
A party based on the theme of trust for Oprah life coach and inspirational speaker Iyanla Vanzant is created.
aired 183 days ago
Daymond John enlists David to plan a multi-media book launch party with a rags-to-riches theme; a cocky new event planner clashes with Slomique.
aired 184 days ago
Tori Spelling's son's third birthday party is planned with help from David and she is his party-planning apprentice.
aired 185 days ago
David throws a last-minute baby shower for Benzino and Althea from Love & Hip Hop for their friends and fans.
aired 288 days ago
David plans a wedding for comedian Kim Coles; last minute drama over the bridesmaids' dresses; Slomique worries she's getting replaced.
aired 289 days ago
Star Reza Farahan challenges David to a spectacular, over-the-top birthday party fit for a Persian prince.
aired 486 days ago
The wedding of Big Ang's son is planned by team Tutera.
airs in 4 days
David Tutera undertakes some of the biggest celebrations of the year for Hollywood's biggest divas.
airs in 12 days
A fundraiser to benefit families with autism for Holly Robinson Peete.
airs in 11 days
China Anne McClain's sweet 16th birthday party.
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David plans a holiday fundraiser for Omarosa.

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