GMA: Extreme Proposals
While the bride usually has the ultimate say in the wedding day, the grooms are now taking more initiative with popping the question. These grooms spent $2,000 to $45,000 on their proposals. They told Good Morning America that it was their chance to show off their love. What would cost more: a Bollywood flash mob in Times Square or rooftop proposal and jetting off to Europe? For these couples, their engagement moment was priceless.
One couple said their Bollywood proposal was their dream. The bride was thrilled when she stood in front of the GMA building in Times Square and was showered with dancers and love. Her fiancé then got down on one knee and popped the question. This proposal, including choreographers and dancers, cost him $2,000.
Another couple shared a special rooftop moment, followed by a ride in a vintage car to a celebrity chef-prepared meal. All this while being filmed by a professional movie crew. Then, the fiancés were whisked off to Europe to celebrate their engagement. In all this proposal, trip and engagement ring cost the groom $45,000.
GMA: Keshia Knight Pulliam Splash
The newest reality television series, Splash, kicked off it’s first contestant this week. Cosby star Keshia Knight Pulliam was sent home after a dive-off. She told Lara Spencer that the dives were challenging, but she was happy with her finished dive. She did exactly what her coaches wanted her to do.
GMA: Derek Lam Kohl’s Fashion Line
From dressing red carpets to outfitting Michelle Obama, Derek Lam is a force in fashion. He knows flattering silhouettes and never skimps on the color. His usually expensive looks are being toned down in price for Design Nation at Kohl’s. The line launches April 5, but GMA had the inside access.
Flirty denim dress, $70: While I think $70 is way too much for a denim dress, it is at least cute to look at. Buttons go down the front and it has a conservative neckline. It would be better priced around $50, but it is designer.
Fitted boatneck dress, $70: This dress really is worth $70. The look is polished for work and still has the flirt and color for a night out. Lam loved the bold graphic of this dress.
Maxi dress, $88: For a nice designer maxi, $88 is not bad. The dress’ print was inspired by graffiti. It looks like a gorgeous waterfall. Lam said the key to a maxi is to pair it with the right heels. Height doesn’t matter.
Tunic, pants, shoes, $102: Again, a little pricey for the look. The tunic is darling and would wear great with shorts, a skirt or pants. The print is eye catching and could translate to a day at the office or a day on the beach. The pants he styled it with were electric blue, nice but a little boring.