My Big Fat Gypsy Wedding
The Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) have confirmed that they do intent to investigate a controversial advert for Channel 4′s Documentary Big Fat Gypsy Weddings
The third in the series of Big Fat Gypsy weddings is all about right from birth, life is pretty well mapped out for traveller children.
Girls stop going to school around the age of 11 (it’s shameful to continue, explains one mother), spend the next few years learning to clean and care for children, and then get married around 16 or 17. Boys stop school early, too, but don’t do cleaning (that’s considered “gay” says another mum). Instead they work alongside their dads. Kids as young as seven can handle a digger truck as well as the next man
It’s the second episode of the new 2012 series of Big Fat Gypsy Weddings and there is always something new to encover about the traveler lifestyle. In this weeks episode the most startling scenes come from Doncaster, where Romanies hold high-speed horse-and-trap races on country roads.
It’s illegal, obviously, to career along using both lanes of a public highway, with beer-toting spectators hanging out of cars in front of and behind you, but boy it looks like fun, in a lethal sort of way.
The new 2012 series of My Big Fat Gypsy Weddings started on Tuesday where we saw two girls dress up a palm tree and pineapple and a failed attempt at a Gypsy’s Got Talent.
However reports have been coming in today that ex X Factor contestant Cher Lloyd is in talks with producers at Channel 4 to participate in a Celebrity version of the Entertainment show.
My Big Fat Gypsy Weddings returns this week for a 2012 series and to celebrate its return we thought we’d give you a small preview of tomorrows episode.
In tomorrows epsiode: It’s a dilemma as old as the hills, a question we’ve all faced at one time or antoher. How do you get into a massively elongated limosine when you are dressed as a palm tree, and your sister is a pineapple? In this clip, Dolores and her fruity sibling find themselves caught on the horns of this spiky dilemma, and we find out a little more about what goes on the night before a big fat gypsy wedding
It’s time to go frocking bananas, as the new series of My Big Fat Gypsy Wedding is almost upon us.
Welcome to a world of bridal excess, where the cakes are the size of dresses, the dresses are the size of limos, and the limos are the size of small Central European republics. This is how to get married Gypsy-style, with enough sequins, spangle and stardust to make Liberace blush.
Yes thats right the Gypsy-style weddings are back after a successful christmas special.
This Christmas we see a return of the My Big Fat Gypsy Wedding series for a one off special called My Big Fat Gypsy Christmas which broadcasts next Tuesday on Channel 4.