'Bachelorette' Ali Fedotowsky Cancels Her Mexico Wedding Due to Zika Virus

These wedding bells have stopped chiming — for now at least!

'Bachelorette' star Ali Fedotowsky revealed in a new interview with The Knot that she's canceled her wedding plans in Mexico due to Zika virus risks, Us Weekly reports.

"Originally, we planned the whole wedding in Mexico," Fedotowsky said. "We were super excited. We found the most amazing location and villa that would allow our entire family to stay with us. Then, all the news broke about the Zika virus and we had to cancel."

"It was such a huge disappointment," she continued. "Even though we won't be pregnant when we get married, we just didn't think it was fair to ask our guests to travel to a location with active Zika virus transmissions...Most of our friends are in 'baby mode,' and that just wasn't a fair ask."

This is the second time the couple has postponed the wedding, Fedotowsky said. The two had originally planned to get married in California in January, but pushed back after they found out they were having a baby.


They haven't settled on a new location or date, but the reality star said she just wants "to celebrate our love with all the people that matter most to us."

She also said you can count her out of getting married on live television! "It seems too stressful to me," she said. Us, too!