My Fabulous Gay Wedding

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My Fabulous Gay Wedding
My Fabulous Gay Wedding TV Show Logo.jpg
Also known as First Comes Love
Genre Reality television
Presented by

Scott Thompson

Elvira Kurt
Country of origin Canada
No. of seasons 2
No. of episodes 19
Executive producer(s) David Paperny
Producer(s) Trevor Hodgson
Cinematography Geoff Lackner
Running time 6 x 30 min, 13 x 60 min
Production company(s) Paperny Entertainment
Original network Global, Logo

My Fabulous Gay Wedding is a Canadian reality show hosted by comedian Scott Thompson in the first season and Elvira Kurt in the second. The series airs on the Global Television Network. It is re-broadcast in the U.S. as First Comes Love, on Logo.

In the first season, the show features a same-sex couple that plans to marry; the arrangements for the wedding are prepared, on two weeks' notice, by a team of wedding planners who are both heterosexual and homosexual. As with typical, Western heterosexual weddings, the general idea is to create a unique experience that reflects the personality of the people to be wed, while adding a special gay sensibility. The spirit of the program is one of fun.

In the second season, with new host Elvira Kurt, the stories concentrate more on the couples than the wedding planning process. The team of wedding planners has been reduced to one: Fern Cohen. This season debuted on Logo in February 2007.

Through interviews with the family members, the show also explores the issue of same-sex marriage and its effect on the social fabric.

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