Mamma Mia! Looks like there won't be any white wedding dress in the cards for bride-to-be Amanda Seyfried.
The actress behind the aforementioned musical flick (where, yes, Seyfried donned a white wedding dress for her on-screen walk down the aisle), just spilled the tea on her upcoming wedding to fiancé Thomas Sadoski — where she won't be wearing the traditional frothy white frock, thank you very much. And no, this probably doesn't mean what you think it means...
Seyfried and Sadoski became nearly-weds back in September of 2016, announcing their engagement through Seyfried's rep and the new sparkly bit of bling on the actress' finger. After meeting while working on the off-broadway play The Way We Get By in 2015, the duo took their romance from the stage to the streets. They later reunited on set for the upcoming film The Last Word, but by then, their off-screen romance was the one earning rave reviews from fans. And now with the co-stars officially heading down the aisle IRL — with a baby on the way, we might add! — Seyfried is finally talking wedding plans. And they sound anything but traditional.
One thing's for sure: According to Vogue Australia, Seyfried is no bridezilla.
"I don't want to be the center of attention," the Mean Girls actress told the glossy in their February 2017 issue, according to Us Weekly. "I get to go to premieres and get dressed up all the time. I went to the Met Gala last year in a wedding gown designed by Riccardo Tisci; I've played a bride a billion times."
Three times if we remember correctly! Seyfried donned a classic 19th-century wedding gown in Les Misérables, a feminine white wedding dress with laser-cut floral appliqués in 2013's The Big Wedding, and frolicked in a boho frock for her beachy on-screen nuptials in Mamma Mia! — where Meryl Streep played the mother of the bride, BTW! #Dreams.
"I got married so many times in my life — on screen!" she explained. "I don't want a white dress! I've worn so many of them. You know what I mean? The fact is, that kind of stuff is less about the ceremony and more about the commitment."
But despite the lack of wedding wear, this bride couldn't sound more happy about her IRL walk down the aisle. "I've never been excited by anything more in my life. And ready," said Seyfried.
You do you, girl! However, a Netflix binge of her on-screen weddings and a lingering glance of Seyfried in that Riccardo Tisci wedding dress might be in order though to satisfy our nuptial needs... Don't judge.