'Vanderpump Rules' Drama! Jax & Brittany At Odds Over On-Air Wedding
Jax Taylor doesn't is gearing up for his summer wedding to Brittany Cartwright, but RadarOnline.com learned exclusively the two are at odds as the Vanderpump Rules star "want the drama" that will come along with having their nuptials filmed.
Although the duo are getting married at the luxe Kentucky Castle, a source close to Taylor said that he is "really, really having second thoughts about having their wedding be filmed for the upcoming season of Vanderpump Rules."
"He just wants it to be intimate and and he does not want the drama that is going to come along with having it filmed and having to do re-shoots and such," a source close to Taylor, 39, added.
But according to the informant, Cartwright, 30, who flaunted her 25-pound weight loss by posing in a bikini recently, "definitely" wants cameras rolling!
Meanwhile, Cartwright was eager to get the ball rolling on their on-air wedding. "Now that Brittany is done losing weight, she has finally found her dress and cannot stop planning and thinking about her dream wedding," the insider told RadarOnline.com exclusively.
"She doesn't really care what Jax wants. The wedding is being filmed if the show gets picked up for season 8, which it most likely will."
As RadarOnline.com previously reported, Cartwright announced her bridal party would consist of cast mates Ariana Madix, Lala Kent, Stassi Schroeder, Katie Maloney-Schwartz, Scheana Shay, and Kristen Doute.
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