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As The Real Housewives of Dallas fans well know, LeeAnne Locken married Rich Emberlin at a spectacular affair that took place back in April. The bride wore a $25,000 gown that swathed her arms and neck in the finest French lace. An emerald tiara held her cathedral-length veil in place. And at the reception, the champagne flowed — as did the acrobatic acts. (Relive it all with this clip.) But, did the food stand up to the rest of the Texas-sized splendor? Reports vary on that.
At Part 1 of the Season 4 reunion, LeeAnne addressed claims that there wasn't much food at her reception, save for a charcuterie board or two. (Or, as a viewer described it, "a platter of sweaty meat and cheese and a bunch of crackers.") But in the clip above, the newlywed insists: "I hired a caterer. There was paid catering there." Kary Brittingham wasn't buying it. "Really? What was the food?" the jewelry designer asked.
When prompted by Andy Cohen, Some of the other Dallas ladies chimed in with their food memories from the big night. "I saw Sprinkles cupcakes," Kameron Westcott allowed, while Stephanie Hollman confirmed: "I saw a little bit of, like, meat and cheese." But alas, Kary seemed to sum it up for the group when she said: "We were all hungry."
LeeAnne explained herself. "I never thought ... going to a wedding was about the food! I thought I provided enough." She added: "It was my wedding, and I didn't think about needing a big meal. I didn't want to do a hot buffet. I wanted dancing!"
When Andy confirmed that her reception started at 8 p.m., which he deemed "dinnertime," he admitted: "If I was invited to a wedding [I'd want dinner.] I'd be pissed."
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