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12 items from 2011

Glam Slam: Feel Good Fashion

27 October 2011 3:05 PM, PDT | Access Hollywood | See recent Access Hollywood news »

We all know Stacy London for her famous no-nonsense style advice on TLC's "What Not To Wear."

But there's a whole other side to Stacy that we don't always get to see on the show. Style for Hire, a national network of personal stylists she co-founded, has teamed up with the educational "Look Good...Feel Better" workshop program to boost cancer patients' self-esteem and confidence with lessons on managing the appearance-related side effects of cancer treatment.

"Personal style is first and foremost about confidence. I want women to feel that strength as they fight to become cancer survivors," Stacy ...

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- nobody@accesshollywood.com (AccessHollywood.com Editorial Staff)

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Glam Slam: Onstage With Stacy London

19 October 2011 10:31 AM, PDT | Access Hollywood | See recent Access Hollywood news »

I hit the road this weekend with TLC's "What Not To Wear" star Stacy London, who is headlining an award winning nationwide Westfield Style Tour put together by the producers of New York Fashion Week. I had the honor of being invited to join her at the Westfield Topanga mall as a style expert. Whoo hoo, so fun!

Stacy's appearances are "talk show style" complete with stage, DJ, audience, trend fashion shows and guest experts. It's a sweet set up! The other guest expert was Glamour Mag's Jen Weinberg, whom I have met before and is adorable.

Jen ...

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- nobody@accesshollywood.com (AccessHollywood.com Editorial Staff)

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'The Jeremy Kyle Show': British talker stages a U.S. invasion

9 September 2011 12:02 PM, PDT | Pop2it | See recent Pop2it news »

Since Oprah's departure from TV, there's a void in the daytime talk line-up and no shortage of shows rushing to mop up her audience. One contender is British talker Jeremy Kyle.

Kyle is already the U.K.'s top-rated talk show host. He's blunt, courts controversy and doesn't shy away from confrontation. Think of him as a cross between Simon Cowell and Jerry Springer who happens to closely resemble "What Not To Wear's" Clinton Kelly.

And, luckily, he's ready to take on -- and do his best to resolve -- America's relationship woes.

"The Jeremy Kyle Show" debuts stateside on Sept 19. Check local listings. »

- editorial@zap2it.com

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AfterElton Fall 2011 TV Guide: We Watch the New Crap So You Don't Have To!

23 August 2011 7:14 AM, PDT | The Backlot | See recent The Backlot news »

It's surprisingly good.

That's our take on the upcoming fall television season, based on what we've seen and interviews we've done about this season’s new programming. There are at least six shows that look terrific, and at least eight more than have definite potential.

Of course, there are a few stinkers, but that's to be expected.

And sure, there are a few shows that seem like they're aping each other: Once Upon a Time and Grimm both taking on fairy tales, and Pan Am and The Playboy Club both exploring life in the 1960s. But in each case, there is one show that is clearly better than the other.

Thankfully, there are only a few remakes – namely, Charlie's Angels and Prime Suspect.

And while the supernatural has long been fodder for TV, this falls continues the very welcome trend of fantasy becoming more sophisticated, with programming like A Gifted Man »

- Brent Hartinger

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ABC sets 'All My Children' finale, premiere date for replacement 'The Chew'

30 June 2011 11:48 AM, PDT | Zap2It - From Inside the Box | See recent Zap2It - From Inside the Box news »

"All My Children" will end its 41-year run on ABC on Friday, Sept. 23 -- and debut its replacement three days later.

The network announced its plans to end long-running soaps "AMC" and "One Life to Live" earlier this year but didn't offer specific finale dates at the time. "One Life to Live" is scheduled to end in February 2012.

ABC also says that "AMC" will end "in a manner that respects the show's legacy and honors its history" and that "final episodes will celebrate the stories of the families that fans have grown to know and love over the years." Our partner site Daytime Confidential is reporting that the series may get a two-hour finale.

"All My Children" will be replaced in ABC's daytime lineup by "The Chew," a lifestyle/talk show dedicated to "celebrating and exploring life through food." Chefs Mario Batali, Michael Symon and Carla Hall ("Top Chef"), "What Not to Wear »

- editorial@zap2it.com

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Cool Videos: Rob Zombie directs a Woolite commercial

17 June 2011 3:26 AM, PDT | JoBlo.com | See recent JoBlo news »

Rob Zombie, the lead singer of White Zombie and director of House Of 1000 Corpses and the Halloween remakes, is probably not the first guy you think of when you think of Woolite, the laundry detergent for your gentle clothes. Most recently the brand had Stacy London, co-host of "What Not to Wear," as the star of their TV ads so...Rob Zombie? Yes, Rob Zombie. What's perhaps most interesting is that Woolite didn't seem to ask Zombie to tone it down at all. It's got all his usual »

- Mike Sampson

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ABC “Evolves” Daytime With Launch Of Two New Shows – The Chew, And The Revolution

14 April 2011 1:50 PM, PDT | AreYouScreening.com | See recent AreYouScreening news »

ABC is switching things up, and two new shows are take a shot at taking over daytime television. The Chew and The Revolution will be coming your way soon. Read all about the shows and the revamp it causes below.

Iconic Shows "All My Children" and "One Life to Live" Will Broadcast Their Final Episodes in September 2011 and January 2012, Respectively; Series Will Sunset in a Manner That Honors Viewers and the Shows' Creative Legacies

Guided by extensive research into what today's daytime viewers want and the changing viewing patterns of the audience, ABC is evolving the face of daytime television with the launch of two new shows, "The Chew," which will premiere in September 2011, and "The Revolution" (working title), which will premiere in January 2012. These new shows expand ABC Daytime's focus to include more programming that is informative and authentic and centers on transformation, food and lifestyle -- cornerstones »

- Marc Eastman

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ABC Daytime Shakeup: Network Cancels Both 'All My Children' & 'One Life To Live,' Replaces Them With Lifestyle Series

14 April 2011 11:23 AM, PDT | Deadline TV | See recent Deadline TV news »

Related Frons Speaks: ABC Daytime Chief Explains Why 'AMC' & 'Oltl' Were Axed; Says 'Gh' Is "Safe For Time Being" Updated: Goodbye Erica Kane. It is a sad day for soap fans, who are losing two more long-running daytime dramas. After relentless speculation over the past couple of months that ABC will cancel at least one of its three daytime soaps, the network today announced it will pull the plug on both All My Children and One Life To Live. All My Children will end its 41-year run in September, One Life to Live will bow out in January after 43 years. They will be replaced by two new unscripted shows, The Chew and The Revolution, respectively. The move leaves General Hospital as the only soap in ABC's daytime lineup. Produced by Gordon Elliot (Paula Deen’s Home Cooking), The Chew is a live show about anything and everything related to the world of food and beyond. »


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What Not to Wear Renewed for Season 9

11 April 2011 8:41 PM, PDT | TVovermind.com | See recent TVovermind.com news »

Ahead of its season finale tomorrow, What Not to Wear has been renewed by TLC. While it may not have the tabloid-y buzz of other shows on the channel (Sister Wives, Kate Plus 8, 19 Kids and Counting), the makeover show has been a steady performer, even while being moved from its longtime Friday night timeslot.

What Not to Wear features stylists Stacy London and Clinton Kelly breaking down a woman's wardrobe, figuring out the root of their style[...] »

- Shilo Adams

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Royal Wedding update: Tlc viewing party to be held in Times Square, Colbie Callait will perform 'I Do'

6 April 2011 12:24 PM, PDT | Pop2it | See recent Pop2it news »

This Royal wedding business is just making everyone crazy. Even on American soil.

Tlc was quick to jump into the Royal Wedding hoopla early, announcing a full week of programming centered around the April nuptials, as well as plans to broadcast the ceremony live. As if that wasn't enough, Tlc now has announced a full on New York City blowout to honor the big day.

The network will take over Times Square on April 29, with "Say Yes to the Dress'" Monte Durham hosting the live wedding broadcast as well as a pre-show. Colbie Callait will perform her latest single, "I Do," with everything being broadcast on two large digital billboards, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

"What Not to Wear's" Clinton Kelly and "Say Yes to the Dress'" Randy  Fenoli will broadcast live from London.

Would you ring in the Royal wedding in Times Square? Or would you rather sit »

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Facts of Life Star Mindy Cohn Still Exemplifies What Not to Wear

3 February 2011 7:45 AM, PST | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

When actress Mindy Cohn appeared on the season 8 premiere of Tlc's hit makeover series What Not to Wear last October, she was told she wore clothes that were too big and too shapeless. Cohn admitted that in one aspect she was similar to her Facts of Life character Natalie - when dressing up, "Anything that takes more than 20 minutes? No can do," she said. It seems old habits die hard. Even after host Stacy London warned her on the show, "Mindy, the paparazzi is going to photograph you," Cohn, 44, was snapped in a blowsy top, wide scarf and harem pants »

- Cynthia Wang

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Tlc’s Clinton Kelly Hates Being On Same Channel As Sarah Palin

4 January 2011 10:28 AM, PST | Mediaite - TV | See recent Mediaite - TV news »

The host of Tlc's What Not to Wear does not plan any "synergy" with fellow Tlc star Sarah Palin. Clinton Kelly was on Hln's Joy Behar Show on New Year's Eve, and the host made things pretty clear: he does not like being on the same network as the former Alaska governor. He thinks she's a hypocrite who's Tlc show, Sarah Palin's Alaska is nothing but an "eight hour infomercial." So that pretty much kills any chance of a crossover episode where Kelly dissects Palin's wardrobe at her home in Wasilla: »

- Mark Joyella

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