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When Amish-country bride Emily doesn't feel like a princess in her ill-fitting gown, she calls in a team of drag queen wedding experts; her new friends transform her into the queen she's always had hiding inside.

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aired 14 days ago
With only 3 weeks until her wedding, Emily faces a wedding dress disaster and a complete lack of self-confidence; a team of Drag Queen wedding experts rescues her dress, helps her overcome her fear of being boring, and changes her life forever.

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