The Wedding Bashers' new format 'gives back' with two fresh judges

The Wedding Bashers' new format 'gives back' with two fresh judges

- Two judges leave the show, a celebrity chef and a former Miss SA to be replaced by another celebrity chef and former Miss SA

- The show is set to launch its second season and will start with four special episodes where they give desperate couples the wedding of their dreams

- The inspiration for the new format came from winners in season one who wanted to help friends get married who were reeling from personal tragedy

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The second season of The Wedding Wedding Bashers welcomes Bernelee Daniell, former Miss South Africa, and Cola Nene a celebrity chef have been welcomed onto the show as two judges leave the show.

Former judges, also a chef and a former Miss SA, Siba Mtongana and Cindy Nell have left the popular reality show due to clashing schedules. learned that the two new judges will join wedding planner Zavion Kotze and Vuzu star Denise Zimba according to

Season two will differ from the first season which simply analysed components of couple's weddings. This season will also allow for big-budget weddings for "couples in need."

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The season will start off with four special episodes where the judges will work together to help give four couples a free wedding magical wedding.

Once the four specials have aired the show will return to its usual format where the judges will rate peoples weddings in 17 fun-filled episodes.

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Gavin Wratten, an executive producer, got the idea for the new format from winners in season one who said that they would be giving some of their prize money to couples who wanted to get married but couldn't due to recent personal tragedies in their lives.

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