Jack Tweed speaks about his love for Jade Goody - courtesy of Jade, Thursday at 9pm on LIVING
Jade Goody's fiance Jack Tweed has revealed how he is feeling ahead of his wedding to the reality TV star, who has terminal cancer.
During a series of documentaries for Living, Tweed said: "It's weird, but it's like a film, I'm happy, but then I'm sad, obviously."
A Living spokeswoman said the star's health had been the channel's "number one concern" during filming.
Goody is also seen undergoing chemotherapy on tonight's programme.
Tweed asked Goody, who was recently told she had months to live, to marry him at the weekend.
Jade Goody planned her wedding from her hospital bed
The couple plan to tie the knot on Sunday at a country house hotel in Hertfordshire.
"I've not even thought of a speech or anything," Tweed said.
"I've got things to say, like how proud I am of her and what she's achieved and everything, and obviously how beautiful she looks."
He admitted he hoped Goody would be well enough for the ceremony.
"Even if I have to drag her down there, she'll be down that aisle," he said.
"Even in that hospital bed, I'll wheel the hospital bed down there."
Producer of the show Kate Jackson, will be a bridesmaid at Sunday's ceremony.
"We wrote a list of all the things she wanted to do and on the top of that list was she wanted to get married to Jack."
She also revealed how Goody had reacted when being told the news that the cancer was terminal.
"It was like she couldn't breathe, she was trying to catch her breath and she just couldn't, she couldn't understand it.
"And then it kind of started to sink in and she was doing what you'd expect anyone to do, which was scream and howl and say this is all wrong, I can't believe it."
Although the cameras have not been following Goody for the last few days, footage of the star has been included in the episode.
Jade Goody prepares for her prison visit - courtesy of Jade, Thursday 9pm, LIVING
Goody talks about her hair loss and how revealing it in a magazine had not been for money, but was a "way of dealing with it".
"It's done, everyone's seen it. It's easier sometimes for me to deal with bigger things in the public eye," she said.
Pictures of the wedding will feature exclusively in the next edition of OK! magazine, for a fee of £700,000.
Jade is shown on Living at 2100 GMT and repeated on Sunday at 2000 GMT.