Nene Leakes, the cast member on "The Real Housewives of Atlanta," who recently remarried her ex-husband Gregg Leakes, has documented the event for her spinoff reality television show and revealed that fans will witness drama among her bridesmaids.
Leakes, the 45-year-old Hollywood actress, was married on June 22, but fans of the reality television star will be able to witness the nuptials next fall in her upcoming show, "I Dream of NeNe." However, Leakes insists that fans will witness a lot more than her saying "I do."
The reality television star revealed that some of her bridesmaids brought drama to the festivities.
"I Dream Of Nene coming early fall on Bravo," Leakes tweeted recently. "I learned a lot abt my bridesmaids while planning my wedding & it wasn't all good! Tune n (SIC)."
Earlier this year, Leakes revealed who her bridesmaids would be on Twitter.
"I love my bridesmaids @CynthiaBailey10 @iheartMarlo @dianagowins @iamjennifer @StylesbyPat @thablondebomb @LauraMGovan @LEXISIS1," Leakes tweeted.
While model Cynthia Bailey serves as Leakes' co-star on "The Real Housewives of Atlanta," Marlo Hampton is a former star of the show in Season Four. Other reality television stars also had duties as bridesmaids, like "Basketball Wives" stars Jennifer Williams and Laura Govan.
Despite possible issues with her bridesmaids, Leakes has been vocal about her emotional wedding.
The nuptials took place in Atlanta, Ga at the InterContinental Hotel in a $1.8 million event. Leakes said her ceremony was much better than the first time she married Gregg.
"Both of us want this, so it will definitely work this time. I know exactly what I'm getting myself into," Leakes told Life & Style magazine recently. "It was more romantic this time than the first, Gregg and I are real adults, so it was better."
Leakes walked down the aisle with her two sons, Brentt Leakes and Bryson Bryant. The moment was a special one for the reality television star.
"That was so emotional for me," Leakes told Life & Style. "And Gregg telling me I was beautiful - that was really special. I had a lot of teary moments."