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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 archives, now in it's 10th and final season.

In this clip from a 2011 episode of Bridezillas, we meet Porsha—someone who takes wedding day grooming extremely seriously. How seriously? Once her bridal party is dressed and ready, Porsha pulls out a bag of dollar store razors and a cup of water and asks her friends and relatives to raise their hands over their heads and, well, jiggle. Some are less than cooperative—and the scene degenerates into a semi-violent Bridezillas version of the charm school scene in A League of Their Own : "Hut! Hut! Hut! Hut! Girdle! Shave! Shave! Girdle! Chin!"
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