A Nice Day for a Posh Wedding
“A Nice Day for a Posh Wedding” is the seventh episode of the second season of Ugly Betty. It was originally broadcast on ABC in the United States on November 8, 2007. Victoria Beckham guest-stars as herself in the episode, appearing as Wilhelmina’s maid of honor. It received two nominations for a Primetime Emmy Award and an NAACP Image Award.
About A Nice Day for a Posh Wedding in brief
“A Nice Day for a Posh Wedding” is the seventh episode of the second season of Ugly Betty. It was written by Silvio Horta and Marco Pennette, and directed by James Hayman. The episode was originally broadcast on ABC in the United States on November 8, 2007. Victoria Beckham guest-stars as herself in the episode, appearing as Wilhelmina’s maid of honor. It received two nominations for a Primetime Emmy Award and an NAACP Image Award. It has a runtime of approximately 43 minutes; it was viewed by 10.9 million viewers and number one in its time slot for adults between the ages of 18 and 34. The episode includes Jeff Buckley’s cover of Leonard Cohen’s 1984 song “Hallelujah” along with Becki Newton’s rendition of Kelis’s “Milkshake” During the ceremony, MODE’s receptionist Amanda sings while an organist sings by an organ. During the wedding, Betty leaves the church and returns to the altar and collapses, accompanied by an organist, to try to resuscitate her boss Daniel Meade, who refuses to believe she is transgender. Betty watches these events from a monitor, which is heard during the ending sequence of the episode. The wedding was publicized through a TV Guide cover and a fictional wedding announcement in The New York Times. The scenes about Ignacio Suarez’s United States citizenship ceremony attracted attention from academic scholars.
It was well received by critics who praised Beckham’s cameo andBecki Newton’s cover of Kelis’s 2003 single “Milkshakes” during the wedding. Victoria, however, still attracts media attention, and her dress is replaced with a less appealing garment, but she still draws media attention. Christina McKinney reunites with her husband Stuart after leaving him in Scotland years ago; he reveals he is dying of a rare disease which requires a USD 100,000 operation. Betty moves out of her familial home following an argument with her father Ignacio over her relationship with Henry Grubstick. Betty and Henry move in together, and he encourages her to attend her father’s ceremony. Betty attends Ignacio’s citizenship ceremony; they apologize to each other and Betty reveals how she secured his visa, and she encourages Betty to tell the truth to Daniel and stop the wedding to Bradford Meade. Meanwhile, Bradford and his daughter Alexis celebrate the return of advertisers to the fashion magazine MODE, after a boycott regarding Alexis’s role as its openly transgender co-editor-in-chief. Vanessa Williams’s ex-husband, retired basketball player Rick Fox, makes a cameo appearance, and appears as Wil Helmina’S bodyguard and lover.