Haley Talks To TVGrapevine
Today WeTV will premiere the tenth and final season of Bridezillas. To celebrate, TVGrapevine talked to Haley, a bride who will be featured in the season premiere.
Tell us about yourself.
I come from a very small town of Winslow Arizona. I went to ASU and graduated in 2012. I'm a fun loving, carefree 23 year old who's enjoying being married and plans on going back to school next school year to get my masters.
What made you decide to go on Bridezillas?
I applied as a joke to see what would happen. I had been having a lot of issue with my in laws in regards to the who/what/where/when/why's of the wedding. The tension was exponentially higher when his sister's due date was the week of the wedding. I was actually very surprised when I got a call back.
What was the most memorable part of being on the show?
I don't know if I'd say any of it was memorable. It was a long and time consuming process. I'm a timely person and when people make me late I get so angry and that's all it did was make me late. If I had to pick anything it would be hanging out with the camera crew. Even though they got most of my bridezilla wrath, they were all very professional and very fun to work with.
Do you have any regrets about anything that occurred?
The fight that happened at our joint bachelorette/bachelor party is probably the only thing I really regret and it literally had nothing to do with me. It was annoying, unnecessary and embarrassing. I feel that through childish instigation, things got out of hand way too fast.
What is the most important lesson you learned about yourself from being on Bridezillas?
I'm not meant for reality TV, but In all truth.. I think I learned that I'm not a bridezilla. I'm a normal bride who was put in the path of a storm and had to adapt to my situation to make sure I got through it with my sanity.
What would people be surprised to know about you?\
I’m a people pleaser. I want people to be happy with the decisions I’ve made. I feel bad when someone feels excluded or alienated. I know how that feels and it sucks and it’s my goal to make sure no one feels like that when around me.
Any last words for America?
Your wedding is not the end all/be all. Focus on the happiness of being able to spend the rest of your life with someone you love and not on an event that will be over in 6 hours. Being a bridezilla for a week is not worth ruining friendships or relationships that you’ve had for years.