Madine, who is a regular in the documentary exploring the culture and lives of the travelling community, promised that Channel 4 had upped the ante with the festive special later this year.
"The one at Christmas is just on another scale. It's unbelievable. It's some travellers in a little village that I didn't know anything about and it's a whole new side to things," she said.
"This little village in Ireland is completely owned by travellers, this whole village, and there will be 13 weddings in a Christmas week. They are not there all year, they just come home for six weeks of the year to have their celebrations, weddings, christenings and things like it. It's just unbelievable. It's totally gobsmacking. It will be good viewing."
Gypsy Weddings is nominated for the 'YouTube Audience Award' BAFTA this year, alongside The Killing, The Only Way Is Essex, Downtown Abbey, Miranda and Sherlock.
Speaking about the show's chances of taking home the award on Sunday night, she said: "You know all that being a lady and clapping the other people that win, I can't do that. If we don't win, I can't hide it.
"The show is not like any of the others where they are all willing and on camera, this was so, so much hard work. They'd do a whole two months of filming with someone and they'd then pull out at the last minute. It was so difficult... It was so hard and I think for these other shows, well, they just act, don't they. This was really, really hard. There were tears and directors crying. They deserve to win, I think."
The Philips British Academy Television Awards will be held in London on Sunday. The ceremony will be broadcast on BBC One from 8pm.
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