- Associated Press - Friday, March 25, 2011

NEW YORK (AP) - Wedding reality TV show host David Tutera and a couple have made up after trading lawsuits in New York over the newlyweds’ lavish nuptials in Singapore.

Representatives for Tutera and the couple, Melissa Chin and Steve Choi, said Friday they’ve resolved the case but won’t discuss details. Court records show their lawsuits were dropped this month.

The Boston-based couple says the host of “My Fair Wedding” on the WE TV network didn’t show up for their 2009 event. They said they paid Tutera at least $265,000 and had a breed of orchid designed in his honor. She’s a genetics scientist. He’s a technology executive.

Tutera said the couple owed him at least $9,300. His camp said he was told not to come because the wedding fund was exhausted.

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