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Who knows wedding gowns better than Say Yes to the Dress breakout star Randy Fenoli? After all, the guy has spent the majority of his career helping women find the perfect look for their big day. Which is why it’s no surprise that the designer-turned-television personality is creating a brand new collection of wedding gowns, named Randy Fenoli Bridal.
Fenoli, who has starred on Say Yes to the Dress and Randy to the Rescue, as well lent his expertise to shows like Rachael Ray and Good Morning America, tells PeopleStyle that he was in the midst of opening a »
- Jillian Ruffo
Television personality Nate Berkus has signed with Brillstein Entertainment Partners. Berkus, an interior designer and author, was catapulted to fame by his appearance on The Oprah Winfrey Show in 2002. Multiple guest stints on Oprah and Rachael Ray led to Berkus getting his own syndicated show, The Nate Berkus Show, which launched in September 2010 and ran for two seasons. It featured makeovers, culture, design and personal advice. Berkus will make his return to… »
It’s a new year, but don’t expect Oprah Winfrey to join the list of celebrities making New Year’s resolutions.
“I don’t do them anymore,” Winfrey said on The Rachael Ray Show Tuesday. “For goodness sakes, I’m going to be 63! By this time, you gotta get it by now!”
Winfrey said she learned that lesson the hard way.
“For years I would do these kind of resolutions like, ‘God, let me know love.’ I remember writing that in 2004. And then what you get hit with is everything that isn’t love to see if love will show up. »
- Dave Quinn
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