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A good-looking showbiz couple is planning to get married soon. The future groom (FG) is a former model who has proven his versatility in both comedy and drama. After a few years, FG has proven that loyalty and patience can earn him a niche in his network.
The future bride (FB) started in a small role in one of the best teleseryes of the same network. Her network took care of her as FB had that x-factor, she was given her own solo projects in teleseryes that became hits. Eventually, FB ventured into movies successfully. Her movies with her perennial leading man are always box-office draws.
As the years passed, both FG and FB have been hounded by rumors questioning their preference despite being linked to good-looking women and men, respectively. Thus, eyebrows were raised when news broke out that FG and FB were already an item.
In interviews, both have expressed that they want to spend their lives with each other - thus the pressure of marriage began. FG and FB are old enough and financially stable to get married. However, some sources say that the camps of FG and FB are allegedly trying to sell the rights of their wedding coverage to their network to defray expenses and earn some extra, too. However, to this day, the network executives have yet to reply.
Nowadays, celebrity weddings are following a trend of commercialism and ex-deals, thus affecting the sanctity of such milestone.
If and when FG and FB do get married, will the public be treated to a highly-sponsored and tv commercial-ladened show? Will the network treat this wedding as another commodity to be sold to sponsors? Ironically, unlike other celebrities who have gotten married, FG and FB do not have as many endorsements, which might explain why the network is biding its time in its decision. Since, FG and FB are network talents, it would be unthinkable if another station covers their wedding.
There's a lot of bad isms floating around this world, but one of the worst is commercialism. - George Seaton
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