Wedding Day Winners is a Saturday night entertainment game show for BBC One, which promises love, laughter and surprises in equal measure, as Lorraine Kelly and Rob Beckett invite us to a wedding day with a big difference…
Recorded at Pinewood Studios over 6 weeks with a live audience, using A Stage, the gardens, the ballroom and restaurant in Heatherden Hall.
Each week two couples and their nearest and dearest go head to head in order to make the best day of their lives even better, as they play to win the honeymoon of a lifetime, and a host of fabulous prizes along the way.
Each episode sees the family and friends of both parties put to the test in the name of love, as they take part in an array of challenges. From hilarious physical games and high-adrenaline stunts to show-stopping performances, the loved ones show just how far they are willing to go in order to win big for their happy couples, and give them a wedding day like no other.
The lovebirds themselves must then face the ultimate challenge, as both couples compete in a larger-than-life physical game – to send the victorious couple on the honeymoon of their dreams.
Finally, the Wedding Day Winners will say “I do” in a fairy-tale ceremony in front of the nation.
With fabulous prizes to be won along the way, the show culminates with a head to head game and one lucky couple winning the honeymoon of their dreams before getting married in a magical ceremony in front of their friends and family, and everyone at home!
With celebrity wedding guests including Jimmy Osmond, Kimberley Walsh, Frankie Bridge, Jaymi Hensley Tom Fletcher and Harry Judd from McFly, Pussycat Doll Ashley Roberts, Fred Sirieix of ‘First Dates’, Kelly Brook, Russell Grant, Anton du Beke, Lemar, Mark Feehily and our resident stunt master, comedian Tom Allen.
Wedding Day Winners was commissioned by Charlotte Moore, Director, BBC Content and Kate Phillips, Controller, Entertainment Commissioning and Jo Wallace, Senior Entertainment Commissioner.
Wedding Day Winners is a Panda Television Production and will be executive produced by Moira Ross, co-execed by Ed Booth and series produced by Holly Murray.