You’re Invited to TLC’s Royal Wedding Viewing Party in Times Square

With the royal wedding only a couple of weeks away, TLC, one of the main broadcast channels of the event, has announced their programming schedule – all 89 hours of it.

The channel’s programming blitz will preview its royal wedding programming slate on Friday, April 22 with “Say Yes to the Dress: Princess Brides Special.” TLC will officially kick off its royal wedding programming on Sunday, April 24 at 7 p.m. with the special “Charles and Di: Once Upon A Time.” Throughout the week, TLC will air more original specials, such as “Wild About Prince Harry” and “The Making of the Royal Wedding.” Each special is set to start between 8 and 10 p.m.

The pièce de résistance will occur on Friday, April 29 when TLC broadcasts live from New York City’s Times Square. Featuring Clinton Kelly from “What Not to Wear,” Monte Durham from “Say Yes to the Dress: Atlanta”, and Randy Fenoli from “Say Yes to the Dress: NYC,” the trio will begin broadcasting live at 5 a.m. Kelly and Durham will broadcast from London, while Fenoli hosts a viewing party in Times Square complete with giant digital billboards.

If you live close to NYC or will be in the area on April 29, definitely try to make it to Times Square, especially because the broadcast will also feature a live performance by Colbie Caillat of her perfect wedding song “I Do”.

For more information about TLC’s programming, visit Entertainment Weekly’s website. To learn more about the live viewing party in Times Square, visit The Hollywood Reporter’s website.

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