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The premise of Bridalplasty is absurd. Some might say superficial. But it makes for great reality television.
In it, we watch as 12 soon-to-be brides battle it out to get some pre-wedding plastic surgery and a celebrity-style makeover.
Here are all the places you can catch it in the UK.
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You can watch all 10 episodes of Bridalplasty here. All you have to do is pay the monthly hayu subscription of £4.99 a month.
There is a way to watch it without paying too. Simply sign up for a free trial and remember to cancel the subscription before hayu starts charging you.
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When you buy a hayu pass for £4.99 a month, you’ll get all 10 episodes of this nip and tuck bridal show. Or you can do a seven-day free trial if you want to sample it without paying.
Unfortunately, no. Don’t fret though! You can watch Bridalplasty on hayu and NOW.
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