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Twitter users go wild for Netflix’s new romantic reality show Say I Do

Netflix premiered a new reality show called Say I Do on July 1st, and viewers are already flocking – and are excited about it on Twitter, describing it as Queer Eye, but for weddings.

In the first season of the show, which debuted on Wednesday with eight episodes, a trio of talented gays help plan spectacular weddings for deserving couples who – for amazing reasons – have not had the wedding of their dreams.

The combination of romance, weddings and personal dramas seems to have been a recipe for the success of the new series, which is already trending on the streaming platform.

New on TV: Netflix previewed a new reality show called Say I Do on July 1st

They do! In the show's first season, which debuted on Wednesday with eight episodes, deserving couples receive incredible weddings

They do! In the show’s first season, which debuted on Wednesday with eight episodes, deserving couples receive incredible weddings

Exciting: weddings are a surprise for a member of the couple

Exciting: weddings are a surprise for a member of the couple

Spotlight: in the premiere, Marcus and Tiffany make up for their wedding, which was a disaster the first time

Spotlight: in the premiere, Marcus and Tiffany make up for their wedding, which was a disaster the first time

Each episode of the show highlights a different couple who, before filming, had not had the desired wedding for a variety of reasons.

Join three strange men who come in to save the day: the Thai designer Nguyen, the chef Gabriele Bertaccini and the interior designer Jeremiah Brent.

The trio helps half of each couple to plan a wedding and together they surprise the other half with the beautiful wedding.

Fans are calling the show to be a teardrop, with many calling the first episode specifically for letting them sob.

In the premiere, Marcus and Tiffany make up for their wedding, which was a disaster the first time.

I love it: fans are calling the show to be a tearful, with many calling the first episode specifically for letting them sob

I love it: fans are calling the show to be a tearful, with many calling the first episode specifically for letting them sob

“Okay, I ran into” Say I Do: Surprise Weddings “on Netflix and I was immediately SOBBING on the first omfg episode,” wrote a Twitter user. ‘This poor woman !! What they are doing to her is so moving. “

“I’m not even halfway through the first episode of Say I Do on Netflix and I’ve already cried 3 times,” tweeted another.

“The Say I Do show on Netflix is ​​the best show I’ve ever seen, a third wrote, while a fourth said:” If you think Queer Eye was an emotional tear, wait until you see Say I Do on Netflix. ‘

“I wouldn’t recommend watching Say I Do on Netflix unless you’re trying to try all your feelings,” warned one more.

“I wouldn’t recommend watching Say I Do on Netflix unless you’re trying to try all your feelings,” warned one

In addition to the emotional moments, fans love the three magic producers who put together the fantastic weddings.

Nguyen – the Tan France of the series – designs the wedding dresses. Born in South Vietnam, he learned to sew as a boy before immigrating to the United States with his family in 1993.

According to Oprah Magazine, he continued to attend FIDM and worked for BCBG Max Azria.

He also has some celebrity fans, having designed for Jennifer Lopez, Cindy Crawford, Katy Perry, Kristen Bell, Leona Lewis, Laverne Cox, Kate Beckinsale, Samira Wiley and LaLa Anthony, and had previously been in the Bravo fashion competition series, Launch My Line.

Nguyen is also engaged, but is waiting to have his wedding until his parents agree to marry a man.

The boys: fans love the three wizards who put together the fantastic weddings

The boys: fans love the three wizards who put together the fantastic weddings

Famous: the Thai designer Nguyen, the chef Gabriele Bertaccini and the interior designer Jeremiah Brent are the stars

Famous: the Thai designer Nguyen, the chef Gabriele Bertaccini and the interior designer Jeremiah Brent are the stars

In the meantime, Gabriele Bertaccini was born in Florence, Italy, and now lives in Los Angeles, where he founded the catering company Il Tocco Food.

He also founded the Culinary Mischief series of underground restaurants and is a spinning instructor at Flywheel.

As for comparisons with his Queer Eye counterpart, Antoni Porowski, he said: ‘Antoni is such a lover. We have a lot in common: the passion for food and what food represents. It brings people together. It’s the glue. ‘

Finally, Jeremiah Brent previously appeared on The Rachel Zoe Show, on the TLC Nate and Jeremiah By Design series and on The Oprah Winfrey Show.

He is married to the interior architect Nate Berkus, with whom he has two children.

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