Reality Matrimony-dom: Bad Girls Club Star Natalie “Crimson Chin” Nunn Marries NFL Baller

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Guess you can turn a bad girl to a bride. Via Radaronline:

Natalie Nunn went from ‘Bad Girl‘ to beautiful bride when she tied the knot in a romantic ceremony and RadarOnline.com has an exclusive at look at the nuptials.

The reality TV star said ‘I Do’ to her fiance Jacob Payne in an outdoor ceremony on Saturday.

The newlyweds were color co-ordinated with Natalie wearing a stunning white dress and long veil and Jacob in a white tuxedo jacket and black pants.

Her bridesmaids – in bright red gowns – were by her side.

However just days before her big day Natalie spoke exclusively to RadarOnline.com and complained about their diva behavior.

“My bridesmaids are all divas who think it’s their wedding day,” she said. “This is supposed to be my day and my bridesmaids, who are all celebrities, think it’s all about them!”

During her bachelorette party at nightclub Tru Hollywood the girls got so out of hand Natalie stormed out and left them there, she told us.

“It’s been insane, I know I can be a drama queen but there are no words to describe the constant fighting with our families and the bridesmaids, at this point I wouldn’t care if Jacob and I were alone at the altar!”

While her family was in attendance, any drama will no doubt have been captured for an upcoming episode of The Bad Girl’s Club.

The entire wedding will be televised for an episode of We’s Bridezilla, so you know the drama and chin checking will be crazy. Natalie Nunn is hitched, you know what they say #HoesBeWinning


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