Tonight is the series premiere of Wedding Cake Championship on the Food Network beginning at 9pm ET/PT.
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In tonight’s episode of Wedding Cake Championship, six of America’s top baking pairs will go head to head in an attempt to become wedding cake champions.
Each week, the pairs will be tasked with completing two rounds of challenges. In the end, the three remaining teams will have to battle it out to create the best wedding cake for Tara and her husband Todd Kapostasy.
Judges this season include Kimberly Bailey, Chopped’s Manet Chauchan, and celebrity wedding planner David Tutera.
The show will be hosted by Tara Lipinski and Johnny Weir.
Lipinski, 36, is a figure skater, actress, and sports competitor. She is the 1998 Olympic champion, the 1997 World Champion, and a two-time Champion Series Final Champion for ladies’ singles in figure skating, as well as the 1997 US National Champion. She was just 14 years old when she won her World Figure Skating title, making her the youngest ever to win a title.
Along with ice skating, Lipinski has made a name for herself as an actress, appearing as a guest star on a number of shows like Touched by an Angel, Sabrina The Teenage Witch, Malcolm in the Middle, Veronica’s closet, 7th Heaven, and others. She is currently married to television producer Todd Kapostasy.
Johnny Weir was a bridesman at Lipinski’s wedding. Weir, 33, is a figure skater, fashion designer, and TV commentator. A two-tiem Olympian, Weir took home the bronze medalist at the Olympic Games in 2008. He is also the 2001 World Junior Champion, a three-time US national champion, and a two-time Grand Prix Final bronze medalist.
Weir is also known for his work as an LGBTQ activist.