Bachelorette Ali: TV Wedding Is "Definitely a Possibility"

Entertainment Aug. 5, 2010 AT 3:24PM
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The Bachelorette's Ali Fedotowksy and her fiance Roberto Martinez haven't ruled out having a televised wedding, they admitted Thursday on Live! with Regis and Kelly.

"We've talked about it a little bit," Fedotowsky revealed of walking down the aisle for a TV special. "Definitely a possibility."

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 The 25-year-old former Facebook exec explained, "[It's] not because we want to be on TV again."

She argued that a TV wedding could "be practical for our marriage, our life, our relationship. Weddings are expensive and [Roberto] has a huge family. When I met his mom, she said 700 people will be at it!"

Quipped Kelly Ripa: "Let ABC pay for it!"

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"We figure we are in love," Fedotowsky reasoned. "We can invest that [wedding fund] money and invest our whole lives."

Jason Mesnick and Molly Malaney were the most recent couple from the franchise to get hitched on the small screen; the pair, who met on The Bachelor's 13th season, tied the knot earlier this year, in a lavish oceanfront ceremony that aired in March.

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During their Live! appearance, Fedotowsky and her man also dished on runner-up Chris Lambton, who she sent home before their final date. "I am glad I sort of went through the motions -- but at the end with Chris, I had to let him go," Fedotowsky said. "I just had to be with Roberto...I think he'll be okay."

Martinez disagreed: "I don't think so. He took it really bad."

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