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"Honey, My Ring is $100,000!"

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Weddings are a joyous occasion—life-affirming, beautiful, and inspiring. Unless they aren't—sometimes they just aren't ? Here now, our most love-to-hate clips from WE tv's Bridezillas, now in it's 10th and final season.

In this clip from a 2012 episode of Bridezillas, we meet Karen. Karen seems to be one of those brides-to-be who charter Porsche limos in order to go to superclubs no one cares about for bachelorette parties no one really wants to go to.

After demanding to skip the club's line, the bouncer gives her, her bachelorette regalia, and her Real Housewives of Jersey Shore accent the once over and tells her to lose the tiaras and cough up a credit card. All hell breaks loose—a tantrum to end all tantrums. But, hey, how else would we learn exactly how much Karen's engagement ring costs? Or how the blushing bride really feels about doormen and other "$9 an hour human being[s]"?
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