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What happened to Keasha Rigsby of TLC's 'Say Yes to the Dress'?
It WAS a mystery...but now we know what's going on with Keasha Rigsby!
Keasha Rigsby was one of the more popular consultants on the TLC reality series, Say Yes to the Dress, yet in 2011, viewers didn't see her on the show anymore. What happened to Keasha was a mystery. According to Wikipedia, TLC or the show Say Yes to the Dress never addressed a reason for Keasha's absence, a curious lack of information just made fans wonder even more where Keasha had gone.
Well -- we know where she is now.
The answer is ---
Keasha has moved to the Toronto, Canada area, where she is opening her own bridal shop and it looks like a television series of her own is in the works (but it doesn't appear to be a TLC show, which is why the network stayed mum.) I'm happy that she is doing well and it is good news for her, not bad news.
Calling All Brides --
Casting call for new bridal show!
Keasha Rigsby, formerly of Kleinfeld Bridal, has a new show & will be casting brides between May and August 2012. The name of the program will be Keasha's Perfect Dress and is scheduled to air on the Slice Network in Fall of 2012.
"If you want to be on TV and have Keasha help you find the perfect wedding dress contact Heidi at firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, wedding date, dream dress budget and a description of your wedding dress style." ~ Slice Casting Call.
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Join Keasha Rigsby's Official Fan Club
As of May, 2012, Keasha's fan club on Facebook had 200 members.
- Official Fan Club ~ Keasha Rigsby | Facebook
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Wedding Dresses on Amazon
Would you consider ordering a wedding dress online? Many people are so busy they like this option. Others only feel comfortable being helped in person by a consultant. On the other hand -- these dresses on Amazon are MUCH LOWER PRICED than the wedding dresses in the $2,000-$15,000 range that are shown on Say Yes to the Dress! How do you feel about it?