Velvet to air E!’s complete coverage of William and Kate’s Royal Wedding


Velvet (SkyCable Channel 53) will bring an exclusive and live telecast of E!’s complete coverage of the royal wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton.


PRESS STATEMENT FROM VELVET:

"Velvet (SkyCable Channel 53) the most glamorous female entertainment channel on cable gives you exclusive front-row seats to the wedding of the century. Be at the center of it all with E!’s Royal Wedding Coverage on April 29 to 30.

"Velvet proudly offers over 7 exciting hours of in-depth coverage before, during and after the most-awaited union of Prince William and Kate Middleton.

"Live from London, E! celebrity news personality Giuliana Rancic and UK television personality Dermot O’Leary give up-to-the minute details and exclusive scoops during the comprehensive Live From the Royal Wedding 5-hour coverage on Apr. 29 beginning at 4 p.m. Royal expert Angela Rippon, fashion analysts Louise Roe and Robbie Laughlin, and E!’s Catt Sadler join the exciting discussion.

"TV and radio personality Ryan Seacrest recaps the entire day—from the arrivals to the famous guests to the scoops on what’s up ahead for the Royal couple—in Will and Kate: Road To The Altar, a one-hour post-event special on April 30 at 8 p.m.

"No one escapes the prying eyes of the Fashion Police. Catch the Fashion Police: Royal Wedding special, where hosts Joan Rivers, Kelly Osbourne, Guiliana Rancic and George Kotsiopoulos dish on Kate’s wedding gown choice and the international style frenzy the Royal Wedding of the century has created.

This special one-hour edition of Fashion Police airs April 30 at 9 p.m., right after Will and Kate: Road to the Altar.

"Encore telecasts of this special coverage will air on April 30 starting 6:30 a.m., May 1 starting 10 a.m., and on May 3 starting 11:30 a.m.

"Velvet (SkyCable Channel 52) is available on SkyCable Platinum, SkyCable Gold, SkyCable Silver and other quality cable operators nationwide."

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