After the original Cutting Edge film, a five-part series and two specials, is there anything more to be said on the subject of Big Fat Gypsy Weddings?
Happily, yes there is. Because thanks to the traveller girls’ unrelenting quest for one-upmanship, the dresses just keep getting more outlandish.
And so do the wedding cakes – but don’t try to eat them.
The theme of tonight’s opener is beauty, and one enterprising chap called Ronnie is staging the very first all-gypsy beauty contest.
It’s amazing that nobody has thought of this before, but the results are probably not what you’d expect.
Elsewhere, it’s the familiar roll call of little girls dressed like showgirls for their first Holy Communion.
“God wants to see you looking good,” explains one about the importance of keeping up appearances at all times.
Unfortunately, the message about the dangers of sunbeds hasn’t quite got through to these girls yet.
“At the end of the day, if I get cancer, I get cancer,” shrugs Sammi-Jo. “At least I’ll still look good.”
It’s not just the girls, either. We also meet a 13-year-old boy called Gussie who claims to have more than 100 girlfriends – and uses the programme to actively campaign for more.
But if it’s the big fat gypsy wedding dresses you’ve come for, you won’t be disappointed.
Dressmaker Thelma Madine, who makes the magic happen, has her own book out on March 1 and her latest outlandish request comes from bride-to-be Delores.
She’s determined to come up with a dress that nobody has ever done before. You’ve probably seen her on the promo trails for the show.
“I’m a pineapple and she’s a palm tree,” her sister says.
But these are just their frocks for the night-before-the-wedding party.