Engaged Celebs That Should Get Married on TV Like Nick Lachey and Vanessa Minnillo

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Kim K loves her new man, but is she happy?

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Kim K loves her new man, but is she happy?

Former "Newlyweds" reality show star Nick Lachey has decided to marry Vanessa Minnillo on TV, even though his first televised wedding didn't turn out so well. However, he believes his TLC ceremony will be different since the cameras will quit rolling once it's all over (hopefully he's right). But Nick and Vanessa aren't the only engaged reality show stars that might televise their wedding. Here's a look at a few other celebs that may want to consider having their weddings paid for by having them filmed for TV:

Kim Kardashian and Kris Humphries

Obviously it would make sense to televise one of the most talked-about weddings in reality TV history, especially since Kim will want to outdo her sister Khloe. However, she has said that she hasn't decided if her ceremony will be televised yet (this coming from a sex tape star who allowed her butt being X-rayed to be taped for "Keeping Up with the Kardashians").

Kat Von D and Jesse James

Despite rumors that this disgusting doomed duo had called it quits, they're still planning on walking down the aisle. And since Sandra's philandering ex and the tatted-up tart have both starred on reality shows, don't be surprised if their white trash wedding ends up being televised. After all, Jesse did talk about having sex with Sandra on Howard Stern's radio show and pen a tell-all book about his relationship with her just to make a quick buck. Kat will be the fourth wife of the "American Outlaw," so good luck with making that last.

Kristin Cavallari and Jay Cutler

This conniving star of MTV reality shows "Laguna Beach" and "The Hills" really needs to have her wedding to Chicago Bears quarterback Cutler televised, because it's almost impossible to imagine her walking down the aisle. Plus it would be interesting to see if Kristin invites Brody Jenner, Lauren Conrad, Audrina Patridge, and some of her other former reality star frenemies to the wedding. And who knows? Afterwards maybe she could land her own E! show through her connections -- Brody is the son of "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" star Bruce Jenner; "E! News" host Giuliana Rancic hooked Kristin up with cutie Cutler; and being a reality show star marrying a sports star is reason enough for her to land her own new series (but it would sure be weird seeing her playing the role of a wife).

Paul McDonald and Nikki Reed

Of course it would be amazing to see this "American Idol" star (and Bradley Cooper lookalike) walk down the aisle with his gorgeous girlfriend of four short months, since wedding attendees would likely include the likes of Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart, and other "Twilight" stars (not to mention the "American Idol" judges). However, McDonald is one of the reality show stars here least likely to have his wedding televised since he's actually marrying a bona fide movie star who doesn't need the money.

Jessica Simpson and Eric Johnson

Of course now that we know that Lachey will have his wedding televised, it's hard not to hope that his ex and her former NFL player fiance will do the same for comparison purposes. Plus if the pop star waits for Nick and Vanessa to walk down the aisle, she could use the millions she's made off of her clothing and beauty lines to make sure her wedding tops theirs. Jess will also be returning to reality TV as a mentor on the new NBC competition "Fashion Star," so the network would probably love to televise her wedding and tie it in with the show somehow.

So place your bets now on which reality show stars will have their walks down the aisle televised, and stay tuned to see which of them land new reality shows after their nuptials.

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