Will he get married, won't he get married? Will he get married, won't he get married? After months of indecision Pawn Stars super star, Rick Harrison and his fiancee, Deanna Burditt, have finally decided that July 21 will be their wedding date.
People.com reports that the bride-to-be is having her 47 year-old groom-to-be do all the wedding planning.
The big event will be held at the Ritz Carlton in Southern Calfornia's Laguna Beach instead of in Las Vegas where fans might assume they would be tying the knot.
"It will be a lot of friends and family," Harrison said. "It started off with about 40 people and it's well over 100 people now. You know how those things go." Yep, those things can get out of hand, Rick.
History Channel, where Harrison's popular reality show airs, will also be a part of the big day. Danny Koker, from the network's "Counting Cars" show will become an ordained minister and marry the couple. And being trusted to bear the ring will be none other than Rick's costar, Chumlee. It will be so cute to see Chum walking down the aisle holding a little pillow with a ring on it. Aww.
Most men have no idea how complicated it can be to plan a wedding. "I just had no idea there was so much involved. I just thought you got a cake, had a party, buy a keg. But we're getting it done." Harrison remarked. Maybe every woman should have their fiancee do the planning. Wait a second, did Rick say "buy a keg?" Ladies, maybe it's better for you to do all the work.
What fans really need to know is how involved Harrison's son, Corey, will be on the big day. Maybe he'll best man? And everyone's favorite curmudgeon, Rick's dad, also known as the Old Man, most certainly will be a part of it too. And the most important question of all is will the History network be airing a "very special episode" of the program so faithful fans can see the wedding?
The "Pawn Stars" viewing family wishes the new couple many long years together.