TLC’s ‘What Not To Wear’ ending after 10 seasons

By Daniel S Levine,

TLC said Wednesday that its long-running series What Not To Wear with Clinton Kelly and Stacey London is ending after its tenth season.

The show was the longest-running program for the network. In each episode, London and Kelly gave a person a wardrobe makeover and surprised the subject’s relatives with the new look.

“I'm proud of the work we've done and the lives we've changed,” Kelly told People. “And I'm relieved I don't have to point out that dark-wash jeans look dressier than light-wash jeans every day of my freakin' life.”

According to Entertainment Weekly, during the show’s ten seasons, Kelly and London oversaw 325 makeovers. It was co-produced by BBC Worldwide.

“After 10 incredible seasons, we felt that it was the right time to end the series,” TLC general manager Amy Winter said in a statement. “Stacy and Clinton have also become two of the most sought after fashion experts and TV personalities in the industry. We’re so proud to have had the two of them along with Carmindy and Ted as the glam squad behind this fan-favorite show, and the final episodes will definitely be a celebration of this monumental run.”

“I'm excited about our final episodes. ... We are getting to do things we've never had the opportunity to do before, and there are many surprises in store,” London told People. “I do love that we are going out with a bang.”

What Not To Wear’s final season starts in July.



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