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So Clinton Kelly and Stacy London Aren't Besties Anymore — But We Still Love 'What Not to Wear'

Remember the 360° mirror from your childhood? Ah, who could forget! Stacy London and Clinton Kelly were the dynamic duo from the hit makeover show What Not to Wear. The TLC series grabbed footage of participants' bad outfits without their knowledge, rummaged through their closets unapologetically — even forced them to step into a 360° mirror to highlight just how poor their style choices were. (All while flinging out the most hilarious and creative insults possible.) Those were the days! (Photo Credit: TLC) Stacy and Clint were backed up by a team of experts — Carmindy, who used her expertise and experience in the beauty industry to teach clients how to do their own makeup and Nick Arrojo, the unflappable hair stylist. Together, the foursome made over the unfashionable and the not-so-put-together. But sadly, after 10 years of Wntw, the run came to an end in 2013. Since then, lots has changed for the cast. In fact,
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You Can Now Binge 20 of Your Favorite Reality Shows on Amazon Prime, From ‘What Not to Wear’ to ‘Toddlers and Tiaras’

  • The Wrap
Reality TV fans, you’re in luck. Starting Friday, March 2, 20 reality shows are available to stream with an Amazon Prime account, including seasons 1-8 of TLC’s “Toddlers in Tiaras” and the final season of “What Not to Wear.” If you love food-related content, stream “Hell’s Kitchen” and “Kitchen Nightmares.” Or if animals are more your bag, check out “River Monsters” or “Whale Wars.” There are plenty of titles for you mystery-solvers, too, with Seasons 1-4 of “Beyond Belief: Fact or Fiction,” 12 seasons of “Unsolved Mysteries” and 20 seasons of “Forensic Files.” Also Read: Here's Everything Coming to and Leaving Netflix...
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Clinton Kelly Tries to Clear Up Feud With What Not to Wear's Stacy London: "I've Got No Beef"

Clinton Kelly Tries to Clear Up Feud With What Not to Wear's Stacy London:
What's really going on between Stacy London and Clinton Kelly? That's the question fans have been asking after the former What Not to Wear co-stars found themselves in an awkward situation on Twitter. In case you missed the big news, Clinton discovered yesterday afternoon that Stacy had blocked him from Twitter without any warning. So what's the tea between this dynamic duo? "It seems juicy but it really wasn't that juicy," Clinton explained on Thursday's all-new episode of The Chew. "The tea is there ain't no tea. I literally don't know whether she blocked me yesterday or a year ago or a month ago or by accident. Well, she could've unblocked me which she...
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Update: Clinton Kelly Spills on Finding Out Stacy London Blocked Him on Twitter: 'I've Got No Beef With Stacy at All'

Update: Clinton Kelly Spills on Finding Out Stacy London Blocked Him on Twitter: 'I've Got No Beef With Stacy at All'
Talk about a faux pas!

On Wednesday, The Chew co-host Clinton Kelly revealed that his former What Not to Wear co-host Stacy London had blocked him on Twitter, rendering him unable to see her musings (including a recent one about a top she once wore on the show). Kelly posted a screenshot of the screen informing him that he was “blocked from following @stacylondon and viewing @stacylondon’s tweets,” with the caption “Alllll righty then.”

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His Twitter followers were quick to respond.
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Clinton Kelly Says His Former ‘What Not To Wear’ Co-Host Stacy London Blocked Him On Twitter

  • ET Canada
It appears there’s a fashion feud! On Wednesday, Clinton Kelly shared with his social media followers that his former “What Not to Wear” co-host, Stacy London, had blocked him on Twitter. “Alllll righty then,” he captioned a screen grab showing that he was blocked by the TV personality. More: Marilyn Manson Opens Up About His […]
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Clinton Kelly Says His Former 'What Not to Wear' Co-Host Stacy London Blocked Him on Twitter

Clinton Kelly Says His Former 'What Not to Wear' Co-Host Stacy London Blocked Him on Twitter
It appears there's a fashion feud!

On Wednesday, Clinton Kelly shared with his social media followers that his former What Not to Wear co-host, Stacy London, had blocked him on Twitter.

"Alllll righty then," he captioned a screen grab showing that he was blocked by the TV personality.

More: Marilyn Manson Opens Up About His Unexpected Feud With Justin Bieber and How He Got Revenge

Kelly's followers were shocked by the tweet and immediately started commenting on the message. The Chew co-host then responded to a few of the reactions and insisted that this isn't new news.

"Don’t go spreading out-of-context bulls**t," he wrote back to one commenter. "The tea is old, and I never spill tea unless I’m shook, which I’m not."

When another follower pointed out that Kelly doesn't follow London on Twitter either, he replied: "Stfu someone tagged us in the same tweet. I don't need attention
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What Not to Wear's Stacy London Blocked Clinton Kelly on Twitter and His Reaction Is Priceless

What Not to Wear's Stacy London Blocked Clinton Kelly on Twitter and His Reaction Is Priceless
Feud alert? It looks like former What Not to Wear co-hosts Clinton Kelly and Stacy London aren't on the best terms, considering she's blocked him on Twitter. On Wednesday, The Chew co-host shared a screenshot which showed that London had blocked him on the social media platform. "Alllll righty then," Kelly wrote along with the picture. In response to Kelly's tweet, one Twitter user replied, "Why would you care! You don't even follow her!! #stopthedrama #youstartedthis." Kelly then shared how he ended up realizing he was blocked, explaining he and London had been tagged in the same tweet. Kelly wrote in another tweet that he doesn't "need...
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9 Celebrities Who Have Psoriasis — From Kim Kardashian West to LeAnn Rimes

9 Celebrities Who Have Psoriasis — From Kim Kardashian West to LeAnn Rimes
“Sometimes I just feel like it’s my big flaw and everyone knows about it, so why cover it?” said Kim Kardashian West of her psoriasis diagnosis.

Back in 2008, LeAnn Rimes told Health, “ been an ongoing battle my whole life.”

And What Not to Wear stylist Stacy London said she felt like a “monster” when she suffered from severe psoriasis symptoms as a child.

Clearly, when it comes to the skin condition (which is actually an autoimmune disease), stars really are just like us. That is, even the glammest of red carpet-goers experience the confusion and discomfort that often accompanies
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Im Global Television announces key hires

  • ScreenDaily
Company ramps up unscripted and alternative division

Im Global Television’s president of unscripted & alternative, Phil Gurin, has revealed the hiring of Jennifer Colbert as vice president of development, Tim Rosenman as director of development and Casey Kelly as manager of development.

Colbert previously served as an executive producer and showrunner for networks including A&E, Lifetime and Vh-1, as well as with production companies including Studio Lambert/All3 Media, 44 Blue Productions and Fishbowl Worldwide Media. Colbert has worked on reality shows like Talk Soup and Girls Next Door.

Rosenman joins Im Global TV having previously served as a development executive for Done and Done Productions and Lionsgate. He has worked on such shows as The City and The X Factor and was a consulting producer on American Idol for their season 14 finale and a new format for their 15th and final season.

Kelly worked under Gurin as manager of development for The Gurin Company, where she was
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Mission Control Media Names Brent Burnette VP of Development

Mission Control Media has hired producer and development executive Brent Burnette as the new vice president of development, Variety has learned.

In his new role at Mission Control Media, the production company behind unscripted series like “Hollywood Game Night” and “Face Off,” Burnette will be tasked with creating and developing original formats in addition to forging new creative and talent partnerships, with a focus on comedy and digital. He will report to McM’s senior vice president of development Nicholas Oakley-Tilley as well as co-presidents Michael Agbabian and Dwight D. Smith.

“Brent brings a rich background as both a veteran developer and a skilled executor that complements our existing team incredibly well,” Smith said. “We are thrilled to have him join us at Mission Control and look forward to creating great content together.”

“I am so excited for the opportunity to work with the Mission Control team and am looking forward to helping them expand their
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Oscars 2017: Lin-Manuel Miranda Helps His Mom Pick Out Her Oscars Gown (and It’s Adorable!)

Oscars 2017: Lin-Manuel Miranda Helps His Mom Pick Out Her Oscars Gown (and It’s Adorable!)
Lin-Manuel Miranda, the man you know and love for creating the musical sensation Hamilton, just scored his first Academy Awards nomination for Best Original Song for Moana‘s “How Far I’ll Go,” making him only one award away from an Egot. And the only person more excited than Miranda to attend the show Sunday night (and trust us, he’s excited), is his mom, Dr. Luz Towns-Miranda.

Watch the People & EW Red Carpet Live Oscars pre-show on Feb. 26 at 5 p.m. Et/2 p.m. Pt on the People/Entertainment Weekly Network (Pen). Go to People.com/Pen, or download
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Stacy London Says an ‘Opium Den’ Was the Inspiration Behind This Dining Room Design

Stacy London Says an ‘Opium Den’ Was the Inspiration Behind This Dining Room Design
Stacy London chose a very interesting interior design style for her latest project.

“The inspiration started off being an opium den because, you know, why not?” she tells People of the aesthetic she chose when designing a room for Marie Callender’s pop-up, “The Dining Room.” The space in New York City’s Soho neighborhood can be rented for holiday gatherings December 9–18 with all proceeds going to Habitat for Humanity.

Although this table is full of “lush, deep velvet,” mixed with “rich colors and metallic accents,” at London’s own home she likes to keep things a little more relaxed.
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The Chew EPs Talk Best Moments (Carla as Rockette! Clinton as Posh Spice!) From First 5 Seasons

The Chew EPs Talk Best Moments (Carla as Rockette! Clinton as Posh Spice!) From First 5 Seasons
Like huevos rancheros dumped into a Vitamix in The Chew‘s “Can You Blend It?” segment, the food-centric ABC talk show should never have been a success. And yet, like the tasty tortilla soup that results from that experiment, it somehow is.

The hour-long cook-and-chat-fest debuted in 2011. Its not-entirely-novel concept: a group of culinary minded co-hosts, including Food Network personalities Mario Batali and Michael Symon, Top Chef finalist Carla Hall and The Dorm Room Diet author Daphne Oz, gather to share recipes and gab with fellow co-host Clinton Kelly (What Not to Wear).

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Women Must Demand to Reshape the Media’s Take on the Ideal Femme

Women Must Demand to Reshape the Media’s Take on the Ideal Femme
Growing up, Sophia Loren was called the little toothpick, “stuzzicadenti,” starving as she was in her native Naples during wartime. And, then, she blossomed. She became a beauty: wasp-waisted, full-bosomed, hippy. Despite “a nose too long, and lips too wide” (according to Loren herself at a recent tribute in Schenectady, N.Y.), that body and the way she used it propelled her to international stardom. Watching Loren mambo in 1955’s “Scandal in Sorrento” (tagline: “So much Woman! So much Spectacle! So much Excitement!”), it’s clear that she’s no longer the toothpick. Instead, she’s a colossus whose body is a vessel of power for a future Oscar winner who knew how to deploy it — and didn’t underestimate its effect on the men around her.

Contemporary Hollywood would fumble with all that gorgeous flesh. That body is too powerful, too full: female but invulnerable. Perhaps only Sofia Vergara,
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MTV Hires Conde Nast Entertainment’s Michael Klein as Original Content Evp

MTV has brought aboard Conde Nast Entertainment’s Michael Klein to be executive vice president, Original Content. Klein (pictured above), will oversee all original programming, development and creative across MTV and its related brands. His prior credits include “Vanity Fair Confidential” for ID; “Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations” and “Man v. Food” for Travel Channel; and “What Not to Wear” and “Miami Ink” for TLC. Most recently executive vice president of Programming and Content Strategy at Conde Nast’s Digital Channels, Klein will now report directly to Sean Atkins, President of MTV. Also Read: Conde Nast Expands Digital Team With
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Former History, MTV Execs Julian P. Hobbs, Elli Hakami Launch Talos

U.S. television producers Julian P. Hobbs, who most recently headed up scripted development and production at History, and Elli Hakami, who was formerly MTV’s exec VP of current series and programming, have launched New York-based Talos Films.

The new company, which has the backing of distributor Sky Vision and independent producer October Films, will produce a diverse range of content suitable for a global audience from event documentaries and docu-dramas, to character-driven unscripted series, formatted shows and scripted projects.

At History, Hobbs oversaw “The Bible,” “Vikings” and the upcoming “Roots.” As a VP and Ep at History, Hobbs developed and oversaw numerous hits including “Pawn Stars,” “Storage Wars,” “Counting Cars,” “Ice Road Truckers,” “America: The Story of Us,” and the Emmy Award-winning “Gettysburg.” Hobbs also headed up History’s feature documentary unit, executive producing films including Werner Herzog’s “Cave of Forgotten Dreams” and Errol Morris’ “The Unknown Known.
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Love at First Swipe's Devyn Simone Weighs in on Online Dating, Including the Shockingly Basic Thing Most People Get Wrong

Love at First Swipe's Devyn Simone Weighs in on Online Dating, Including the Shockingly Basic Thing Most People Get Wrong
Devyn Simone has plenty of tips for helping women find love through the magic of the right online dating profile. The Real World: Brooklyn alum has teamed up with former What Not To Wear host Clinton Kelly for the TLC dating and makeover show Love at First Swipe, and in an exclusive clip from Friday's episode, the duo helps a mother and aspiring musician who may be showing off her posterior a little too much in her profile. "I can't believe you're posting that online," says Kelly, 46, in the clip. "There is no doubt that in the world of music,
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Rachel Zoe, ‘Project Runway Junior’ Lead the Fashion TV Charge

Rachel Zoe, ‘Project Runway Junior’ Lead the Fashion TV Charge
“America’s Next Top Model” is soon going off the air after 22 cycles, but the fashion television genre will be in style for seasons to come.

Tyra Banks’ modeling competition debuted on UPN 12 years ago, launching the high demand for high-fashion unscripted TV, before moving to the CW, where it will finish up its final runway walk in late 2015 — the same quarter Banks launched her new syndicated daytime talker “FabLife,” a lifestyle show that covers the mainstream fashion conversation on a daily basis.

The year after “Top Model’s” 2003 premiere, Bravo introduced viewers to “Project Runway.” Now on Lifetime, the show is in its 14th season, and has spawned five spinoffs. Ratings for the Heidi Klum-hosted designer competition are up 10%, and the show has been Emmy-nominated for best reality series every year since it’s been eligible. With nearly 60 nominations and a major win for the supermodel as best host,
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Reformed Bully Stacy London: 'I Became a Real Mean Girl'

Reformed Bully Stacy London: 'I Became a Real Mean Girl'
Stacy London is no stranger to bullying.

The former What Not to Wear host, 46, opened up about her childhood struggles with psoriasis – and subsequent teasing – in an August episode of Love, Lust or Run.

On Wednesday, the style expert revealed to People that being victimized actually turned her into a bully.

"I had to wrestle not just with being bullied but then with turning into a bully," London said at the Pencils of Promise Gala Wednesday night in New York City, where she supported the non-profit that provides access to education in the developing world.

"I became like a real mean girl,
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The Doctor Is In!

Hotsy Totsy Burlesque Tribute: Doctor Who The Slipper Room, NYC Upcoming Events: October 8th, November 12th, December 10th, 2015

Despite Doctor Who's history of using its Time Lord protagonist's companions to double as viewer eye candy, it still seems difficult to think that anyone would have guessed that over fifty years after its 1963 debut, an entire burlesque production would pay tribute to a children’s sci-fi show. However, Hotsy Totsy Burlesque's Tribute: Doctor Who, presented by Cherry Pitz and Joe the Shark (dressed for the night as Peter Davison’s Fifth Doctor) does seem perfectly of a piece with the era of internet fan-fiction and character "shipping," and the new BBC series (beginning from its 2005 revival) has, to greater and lesser degrees, acknowledged and even encouraged the interest of its fandom in its characters’ sexualities.

Burlesque, like fandoms, embraces enjoyment, not only that of the audience but also of the performers; also like many fandoms,
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