Shortest Celebrity Marriages
March 28, 2012 by staff
Shortest Celebrity Marriages, The former Miss USA married Mario Lopez in 2004, only to have their marriage annulled just two weeks later over his alleged infidelities. That experience landed her on list of shortest celebrity marriages ever and affected her relationship with other men, including her current husband Alejandro “Alex” Monteverde.
As part of her and Alison Sweeney’s new reality show “Hollywood Girls Night” (premiering this Sunday at 9pm on TV Guide Network), Ali confides with celebrity girlfriends Kyle Richards, Tracey Gold and Sheryl Underwood just how deeply affected she was by her first marriage.
Toofab recently caught up with Ali to talk about the dinner party-centered show, her celebrity friends and motherhood.
toofab: What do viewers have to look forward to in your new show?
Ali: We bring in different gals every single week and have some really great conversations, sometimes shocking. My main concern was, “were these conversations going to be candid even though there are cameras around?” Because we shoot at our homes, I think our personalities are really relaxed; we’re just normal girls and we speak openly. I think it’s made everyone really comfortable and the conversations have gotten stronger. At the end of the day, this is what you want. You want the viewer to feel like they’re a part of the dinner party. We have skits where we talk to experts or different themes, so it’s really fun.
toofab: What are some of the different themed parties you’ve have?
Ali: We’ve had a passion party, a Hollywood Glamor party, this week we are doing unforgettable — the kinds of things we feel that makes a woman unforgettable. We’re going to do a poker night and we’ll do a pajama party where everyone takes off their makeup.
toofab: You have a lot of celeb gal pals. Who is your celeb BFF?
Ali: I would say Alison and I are really good friends and Kyle Richards from the “Real Housewives” is another dear friend of mine as well. This was the main reason we did this, because we would see a lot of our friends or people we are friendly with at events and parties, but we would never really make time to get together to really develop that friendship. And because everyone is so busy with work, and this is one of those things that you really have to make time for, we’ve really created some pretty special friendships.
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