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Naked, Nude, Bare Who Can Say "What NOT To Wear..."

By Claudia Strasbaugh

"I can," insists beautiful Stacey London with physical attributes of a Playboy Centerfold who co-hosts TVs "What Not To Wear" beside Clinton Kelley. What's most important to Stacey is for everybody to know you have a great shot at being her next fixer upper.


For those who missed four earlier seasons of the Friday night fun, you deserve to hear, it is indeed 'fun' and you can be part of it. So much fun. While getting on the show isn't a piece of cake but very doable. Normal people are who they look for. Stacey says, "Everybody has a pretty good shot at being made into a star."

There are 'reality' shows I personally wouldn't want to be part of, not if the Producer came to my door. "Lost", and "Survivor" come to mind. But a show where they toss your old clothes, foist a five-grand debit card on you then send you out to shop for new duds... Oh yeah!

Stacey advises, "Get an application on the show website." Show's Website

"There you can also find out when we're coming to a town near you. Get your story in digital pic form, we like video but if you're dowdy enough, who knows."


I don't know. Willing to venture a guess? My guess is potential contestants not look so dirty that show judges suspect that in in real life you probably stink.

If they come near my town I'm borrowing clothes from the guys at the car wash - stuff that WNTW will treasure.

"We're not looking for a star - we're looking to create a star," insists Ms. London.

They want to repair more than your poor sense of style although they will start there. Stacey also shapes your shoulders, wrap your waist, boost your boobs, tuck your tummy and thin your thighs. There is no body issue this pro cannot over come with enough thought.


Stacey doesn't hold a contestant's hand every minute. Both she and Clinton advise, teach, trade, try on, learn that wayward hum-drum dresser then let each person go shop, while the show's stars watch new garment choices from afar via video camera, along with the audience.

All dressed up and some place to go? The show has a hair stylist to give you whoo new do, to die for.

Little frightens the dynamic duo of London & Kelley so don't hesitate to sign on as their next Fashion Victim. It also doesn't hurt to catch an eye full of how they snazz up others. Watching average working moms morph from ashes-version of Cinderella to the Glass Slipper Goddess is a true joy. If you appreciate watching other people filled with happy surprise you'll enjoy it. Okay, I do, there is enough gloom, doom, car wrecks, disaster, danger, killing, murdered children ... I like a happy ending.

Serious cases are seriously welcomed by WNTW - they've turned around the lives of people who truly needed it. Over worked frazzled moms, cancer survivors, and men, 'com'on down, they'll fix you up too. Everybody's got an opportunity to become a show contestant.


Meantime "What To Wear" in your private life? Stacey tells Oprah it's good to have flesh colored undergarments beneath white summer clothing. There's more, we'll save it for the next news flash released by the show. Till then, you now know how to best share you're not so bare.

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