Although the planets seem to align for those lucky in love, for President of Meade publications Daniel Meade and shy school teacher Molly the universe seemed determined to defy their happily ever after. Finally together after a resolution of their relationship issues (as Molly was engaged to Daniel’s friend) the couple’s path only led them to an obstacle that even their love could not overcome.
In an episode that tempered heartache with humor, Daniel and Molly decided to face fate as husband and wife, enjoying their “moment in the sun” at an ironically appropriate venue for star-crossed lovers– a planetarium.
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I love the relationship between Daniel and Molly and their wedding was so touching.– Amy J.
Molly’s wedding dress was just gorgeous, and the opera gloves made her look like a star from Hollywood’s golden era.– Ellie
I’m a wedding coordinator, and I really enjoyed watching Betty pull off the perfect theme wedding for her boss/friend!– Isabel
I love Ugly Betty and all the twists and the characters. The wedding was romantic and interesting.– Shazia
It was heartwarming to see playboy Daniel finally find one woman to truly love, even if only for a short time.– Jennifer
The alien-themed wedding was quintessential Betty! This show has a knack for showing the beauty of the offbeat.– Viola
Take a look back at all the “I do” details in the “In the Stars” episode of Ugly Betty:
Eric Mabius— The actor, who landed the role of Daniel Meade after appearances in Resident Evil and Cruel Intentions, walked down the aisle in real life in 2006 with his high school sweetheart, Ivy Sherman.
Sarah Lefleur— The Canadian beauty who portrayed the woman who captured the heart of Mode’s editor-in-chief stepped into the shoes of Marilyn Monroe for the TV movie Jackie, Ethel, Joan; The Women of Camelot. Having made guest appearances on Grey’s Anatomy, The Mentalist and CSI: NY, the actress was once the voice of Sailor Uranus for the English version of the cartoon series Sailor Moon.
America Ferrera— After Catching the public’s attention in Real Women Have Curves, America went on to star in the feel good flick The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants before taking on the role of Betty Suarez. The actress, whose TV alter ego coordinated Daniel and Molly’s wedding ceremony, is currently filming the maritally-minded movie, Family Wedding.
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