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Co hosts Stacy and Clinton

TLC's show that transforms bad dressers to fashion gurus

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  • Aug 25, 2009
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such a good show, and love the emotional transformations too. stacy is genious.
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review by . April 17, 2010
I absolutely adore What Not to Wear! First of all, its everything that I WISH I could say to fashion no-no's walking down the street. Secondly, it teaches those frumpsters how to take their bad decision and transform them into a personal style that helps put a little beauty back in America.       Lets face it, America has a bad rep for being frumpy, obese, and rude. What Not to Wear is tackling the first two of those problems! By taking the frumpy out of people's wardrobes, …
review by . December 13, 2008
The great thing about TLC is that like most cable networks, they love the marathon format. That is how I was first introduced to this somewhat snarky, albeit fabulous show.    Stacy London and Clinton Kelly begin each episode by springing on some unsuspecting victim and proceed to tell them in front of all their "friends" and loved ones, how awful they look. Sounds delightful doesn't it? But in this day and age we should be used to the draw of the reality show. We love to watch …
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TLC's Stacey London and Clinton Kelly co-host this show where friends and families nominate their loved ones to have a closet makeover.  The victim is given a free $5,000 Bank of America check card IF they are willing to hand over all of their current clothing to Stacy and Clinton to critque and eventually throw away.  Their fashion lessons, shopping help, new hair and new makeup helps in transforming a fashion stay to a new fashion guru that dresses appropriately for their age.
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Premiere Date: January 18, 2003
Description: TLC show tranforming needy fashion victims into fashion gurus by replacing their closet with a free $5,000 Bank of America check card

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