NEW YORK, March 30, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- The season finale of BET's LET'S STAY TOGETHER vows to leave viewers speechless. Finding their way to the altar has been tricky for Charles (Bert Belasco) and Stacy (Nadine Ellis). The high-spirited couple has overcome family drama, pre-marital counseling, procrastination and wedding planning anxieties -- but in the end, love conquered all...or does it? Tune in on Tuesday,April 5, 2011 at 10:30 PM* to find out.
When we last saw the pair, cold feet turned to frost bite as Stacy and Charles called it quits. Luckily their couple cohorts Tasha (Joyful Drake) and Jamal (RonReaco Lee) were on the case. Stacy and Charles were soon reunited when Stacy took matters into her own hands by going down on one knee and asking Charles to marry her.
On next week's season finale, the wedding day is finally here. Everything is going smoothly until a stroll down memory lane leads Charles down a path of uncertainty. It's a moment of truth as Stacy and Charles get ready to walk down the aisle. Will Stacy and Charles finally tie the knot? Tune in for the shocker that will have everyone talking, in the electrifying LET'S STAY TOGETHER season finale on Tuesday,April 5, 2011 at 10:30 p.m.*
LET'S STAY TOGETHER was created by Jacque Edmonds Cofer. Jacque is also the show's executive producer along with Dana Owens (Queen Latifah) and Shakim Compere. LET'S STAY TOGETHER is BET Studios Original Production.
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