A case of wedding jitters caused Jennifer Wilbanks to disappear four days before her wedding, which was to be a "lavish" affair attended by approximately 600 guests.
What does JW stand for?
JW stands for Jennifer Wilbanks ("runaway bride")
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Samples in periodicals archive:
com, told the Politico that two other dolls - the Sarah Palin doll and the Jennifer Wilbanks runaway bride doll - have crashed the site in the past.
Byline: By IAN MARKHAM-SMITH RUNAWAY bride Jennifer Wilbanks is suing her former fiance.
Jennifer Wilbanks sparked a huge police operation in the US after vanishing days before her wedding.
NEW YORK -- INSIDE TV, the new weekly magazine for television fans, picks the Top 5 "Runaway Brides" of television, who, like Jennifer Wilbanks, the Duluth, Georgia woman who fled to New Mexico and faked her abduction in order to avoid walking down the aisle, wore running shoes under their wedding gowns: RACHEL on "Friends" Rachel Green (Jennifer Aniston) was about to get married in the middle of Central Park to her boring fiance Barry (whom she compared to Mr.
When the now-famous runaway bride Jennifer Wilbanks turned up alive in Georgia instead of in the predicted culvert, the townspeople seemed outraged: The public displays of mourning had already begun, and there was a community rehearsing for her funeral.
Don't think: The title's awfully generic - why don't they use the old ``inspired by a true story'' gambit and rename it ``The Jennifer Wilbanks Story,'' making it the fastest torn-from-the-headlines TV movie in history?
Jennifer Wilbanks may not know a good thing when she sees it, but WE do