Once Prince William and Kate Middleton exchange vows, will the newlyweds' residence need a facelift? If so, "Extreme Makeover: Home Edition" designer Michael Moloney told ET at the Reality Rocks Expo that he has a few ideas for the regal abode.
"I would kill to see what their house is gonna look like. And then I could get in and fix it," he said enthusiastically. "Let's face it. Unless they get a killer decorator in there, it's gonna be a little dicey." For the wedding reception, Michael envisions the décor to be "traditional, but with a modern edge."
Of course the bridal gown will garner even more attention than the centerpieces and color scheme. "The Bachelor"'s Vienna Girardi pictures Kate wearing "something very elegant and I see her wearing a very silky and long gown or she might go with something that Princess Diana wore."
As "Bachelor Pad" couple Tenley Molzahn and Kiptyn Locke watch Prince Harry and Kate walk down the aisle, Tenley will be taking a walk down memory lane of "The Bachelorette" Trista and Ryan's wedding. "I think of their wedding as a royal wedding and I remember watching it in college and calling my dad and saying, 'I hope you're watching because this is the kind of wedding [I want],'" Tenley fantasized.
Tenley hopes to create an authentic British atmosphere as she ogles over the nuptials. "Want to watch it and have some tea with me and some crumpets?," she asked Kiptyn.
With a still-empty mailbox, "Modern Family"'s Ariel Winter is bummed that she's "probably not invited." Reality stars such as "American Idol"'s Paige Miles and "The Real Housewives of Orange County"'s Alexis and Jim Bellino promise to have their DVRs set to record the landmark event, airing live on April 29.