Priyanka Chopra Reveals the Strangest Wedding Gift She Received - Watch Video

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Priyanka Chopra is on a spree of making revelations for the past few weeks. From talking about sexting her husband, Nick Jonas, to revealing who cried the more at their wedding, she is going to town. She is currently promoting her upcoming YouTube special, If I Could Tell You Just One Thing, and for the same, she was on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen. At one point the conversation between the guests and the host shifted to bad wedding gifts. Priyanka had some tea to spill. The actress revealed that while she and her husband, Nick Jonas, did receive some amazing gifts, there were many presents that were downright strange or 'basic'.

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Andy asked her about the strangest gift that she received on her wedding. Priyanka gave it a thought and said, "Weird cushion covers. Who buys cushion covers? Strange a chess board,"

Though Priyanka did explain why guests must have not had time to buy better gifts. "We didn't have time to do a registry," she said, adding, "We just had a month and a half. By the time we planned the wedding, it was done,"

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Watch Priyanka Chopra talk about basic wedding gifts in the video below:

Priyanka had earlier revealed in the same interview what her brothers-in-law got her. "Kevin got us hundreds of bottles of wine, and Joe got us an amazing fridge which looks like a car to put it all in," she revealed. Well, that is a cool enough gift to make up for all of the strange ones, we say. Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas Are All Smiles As They Spend Some Time In Miami Together - See Pics Inside.

Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas got married on December 15 in Jodhpur, India. The two only dated for a few months before tying the knot. They had two wedding ceremonies - one by Hindu rituals and another by Christian rituals.