TLC has announced the thirteenth season of Say Yes to the Dress will premiere Friday, March 6 at 10PM ET/PT.
Comedian and E!'s Fashion Police host Kathy Griffin will make an appearance on the show's debut episode. Her former assistant Tiffany will be led to believe Kathy is going to miss her dress-fitting appointment, but then Kathy surprises her and behaves just as she would on Fashion Police.
During the premiere, viewers will also witness the red carpet event for Broadway's "Honeymoon in Vegas." Randy and designer Pnina Tornai will join star Brynn O'Malley in a search for a dance-friendly gown for the show. Tony Danza and his team will also lend their assistance, but when no dress seems right, Pnina agrees to design a custom gown for opening night.
The thirteenth season of Say Yes to the Dress will feature more celebrity guest appearances from Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino's sister Melissa Sorrentino and her family, Kevin Jonas' wife Danielle and her friend Elizabeth Tamburelli, fashion host Caitlyn Becker, Law & Order: SVU star Tamara Tunie and her engaged daughter, and acrobat and daredevil Nik Wallenda and his wife Erendira.
Melissa's mother may pick out a beautiful ball gown, while Erendira is looking for a perfect vow renewal dress.
"Will Nik pick a dress that is too revealing for his wife?" according to the network.
Numerous other brides will also be looking for an ideal dress for their big day, including top-paying VIP clientele. Brides will visit Kleinfeld from across the country with different themes in mind, and issues will rise when trying to find a "classy porn star" look or determining whether to buy a dress well over budget.
Viewers will also be able to participate in March MadDRESS throughout the season, as 16 gowns will go head to head and only one dress will be presented on the "championship aisle." Voting begins March 13 on the Say Yes to the Dress Facebook page. Live results will air during every Friday night episode.
Say Yes to the Dress is produced by Half Yard Productions and designed to satisfy each bride for one of the most important days of her life.