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Jeannie Mai ...  Herself - Host / ... 25 episodes, 2009-2012
Marcellas Reynolds ...  Himself 12 episodes, 2005-2011
Finola Hughes ...  Herself - Hostess 11 episodes, 2005-2008
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A style-impaired guest gets a new wardrobe and makeover. New looks are chosen by a professional stylist and two friends of the guest. The guest sees each collection and has to guess which of the 3 chose it. Then the guest choses one collection to keep, much to the dismay of the other 2 stylists. Written by cfd88

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Style Network

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USA

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16 January 2004 (USA) See more »

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Mude o Meu Look See more »

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Elitist Show Sends All the Wrong Messages
16 October 2005 | by bmmg39See all my reviews

This show runs on adjacent stations and simultaneously with Howard Stern's program, and it's tough to tell which one is more insulting to women. Each episode, they take a young woman (who seems perfectly happy with how she looks) and give her an unwelcome, unwanted makeover, insulting the way she currently looks and actually destroying some of her favorite articles of clothing.

The most common "complaint" about the woman's style is that she doesn't "look like a woman enough," as if to suggest that women should never wear athletic gear, sweatpants, or baggy clothes even when working out. (I guess exercise and sports are just for guys, according to the show.) I'm male, but if four people came into my house, insulted my clothing, and ripped up my sweatshirt in front of me, I'm mostly sure I'd throw them out of a three-story window. The women are made to give up their comfortable clothes and instead put on things they find too revealing or wrong for them, including cleavage shirts, short skirts, and spike heels, all in the name of making her look "more feminine." (I suppose a woman doesn't look like a woman unless dressed as a prostitute.) I personally think the women look better in the college t-shirts and jeans and well-worn sneakers, but the more important point is that THEY liked how they looked better that way, and are made to act like something they're not.

This show needs to be blown up ASAP.


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