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On this episode of The Young and the Restless, Sharon wears a white feather dress. She may have missed her calling as an event planner because no one throws a funeral quite like this rare bird does. Her cheerful invitations by text, her grand entrance in white feathers, and the fact Sharon killed two birds with one stone by scheduling her wedding on the same day (in the same church) prove she's as crazy as a loon. The shocked members of the Newman family undoubtedly think she is a bird brain and this event will likely be her swan's song. When Victor returns to town, he'll clip her wings and she'll be forced to eat crow. As for Sharon's goose? It will be as good as cooked.
On this episode of The Young and the Restless, Chloe wears a one shoulder dress. Looks like she's replaced the chip on her shoulder with draped folds now that Kevin's marriage has been annulled. In fact, Chloe is tickled pink as she gets ready to marry the man of her dreams. With mobster Angelo in attendance and the nuptials being planned at the last minute, it certainly gives a whole new meaning to the phrase "shotgun wedding." Luckily, no one is armed and dangerous except Chloe, who is dressed to kill in her impromptu wedding dress.
On the January 16, 2012 episode of The Young and the Restless, Sharon marries Victor. One can't help but wish the prison ceremony would have instead been a destination wedding held on the edge of a volcano. There is no doubt that viewers are still trying to wrap their heads around this insane marriage; Victor's plans right now are pie in the Skye. Perhaps as he tells Nikki, patience really is a virtue because it is only a matter of time before everything erupts.
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On this episode of The Young and the Restless, Nikki wears a floral printed dress. Wouldn't things in life be much easier if they were always black or white (you know, like her outfit?) For instance, did Nikki really kill Diane? Does Victor deserve to be in jail for a crime he did not commit? Should Nikki continue being unhappily married to Deacon in order to protect her family? While these cryptic questions do not necessarily have clear answers, one thing is true: an elegant cap sleeved little number can get someone through just about anything looking pretty remarkable. If that's not a reason to be rosy, then what is?