Live With Kelly: Making a Dream Wedding and He Said/She Said

Live With Kelly: The Making of a Dream Wedding

On “Live With Kelly” August 10, we re-visited the “Live” Hawaiian Dream Wedding with Kelly Ripa and co-host Mark Consuelos. At Disney’s Aulani Resort & Spa in Hawaii, Eileen Bellew and Kevin Houston shared their incredible story of a second chance at love, and prepared for their incredible televised wedding in Paradise.

Kelly and Mark re-capped the journey that brought Eileen and Kevin to Hawaii during the segment “The Making of a Dream Wedding.” Clips were shown of Eileen and Kevin being chosen as the Dream Wedding couple via Skype, and their very first in-person appearance on “Live.”

Making A Dream Wedding: Live With Kelly

Eileen and Kevin prepared for their Hawaiian Dream Wedding on "Live With Kelly."

We also saw the couple choosing their wedding clothes, learning some dance steps with Derek Hough, arriving in Hawaii, attending their rehearsal dinner luau, and getting their wedding license. It’s been a long journey for Eileen and Kevin, but finally, they’re ready to say “I Do!”

Mark & Kelly: He Said/She Said with Eileen and Kevin

Eileen and Kevin joined Kelly and Mark for a game of “He Said/She Said,” in which Kelly and Mark separated the couple and asked them a series of questions about each other.

We found out that Eileen believes Kevin finds her eyes most attractive, while Kevin thinks it’s his self-confidence that first drew Eileen to him. If Kevin were a food, Eileen said he would be an everything bagel. Kevin said that Eileen is chocolate, because no one can ever get enough of chocolate.

Finally, Eileen and Kevin were asked, how did you know that you had found everlasting love? Kevin said that from the moment he met Eileen, he could not take his eyes off of her, and he wanted to be with her all the time. Eileen put it more simply: she loves him!

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