Just when you thought you've oohed and aahed over every gorgeous detail from Adrienne Bailon and Israel Houghton's wedding, here's something you didn't get to see — the wedding night! Bailon just dished all of the scandalous details on her and her new hubby's post-wedding bliss — on live TV, no less! — during her talkshow, The Real. Here are all the juicy details!
Bailon and her Grammy-winning hubs headed to Paris, France to tie the knot on November 11. (Because what could be more romantic than the Eiffel Tower as a wedding venue, right?) The couple said "I do" at the ultra-luxe Hotel Plaza Athénéel in front of about 70 wedding guests including Bailon's The Real co-hosts Loni Love, Jeannie Mai, and Tamera Mowry. And earlier this week, Bailon spilled the tea to her girls — and their audience — on the stuff we didn't get to see in the newlyweds' wedding video.
Bailon and Houghton had actually vowed to remain celibate until they tied the knot, making their wedding night all the more momentous for the pair.
"You don't understand, we've waited for this moment," Houghton began, making a special appearance on his new wife's talkshow. "So I opened the door and I had to kick Shane out, because he was following us around with the camera," he hilariously explained, referring to The Real's cameraman. "Like, 'You gotta go. Thank you for following us this far, but your time is up. Feel free to go to bed.'" Could you blame them, really? They've waited a long time to get busy!
But there was an extra special surprise waiting for Bailon's new hubs when they got to the bridal suite — and it's a good thing their cameraman wasn't there to catch it!
"When I opened the door, I walked in and I saw these gigantic portraits all over the suite of this beautiful woman, um... not wearing much at all!" It turns out that his bride had a boudoir photo shoot ahead of the big day and surprised Houghton with the sultry photographs on their wedding night — with the help of her fellow co-hosts, of course!
"What I love best is you didn't know anything about them, but they all did," Bailon told her husband. "They approved them, they picked which ones had my best angle." What are friends for, right?