At first I thought the essence of the show was making snarky remarks about people’s outfits, but as it turns out, WNTW is about taking stock of who you are and communicating that non-verbally to the rest of the world.That’s incredibly empowering.” What Not To Wear is an adaptation of the British show of the same name, which ran for seven seasons on the BBC. "What Not to Wear has had an exceptional run over the past 10 years.
As Radar reported, Kelly, 47, told all about his tumultuous relationship with London in his new book, I Hate Everyone, Except You.
"I either adored her or despised her, and never anything in between,” he admitted.
“Some of the contributors were very difficult and negative and that meant the week could be hard,” he said.
“So you’re stuck all week with this person who was carrying around this negative energy. I don’t miss that.”He also appreciates the space from London.
Over the course of its run, London and Kelly have conducted more than 325 makeovers, with the final season featuring dramatic transformations, bigger ambushes, guest appearances and bigger shopping sprees. ) It feels like the end of an era, and I look forward to my next chapter.
PHOTOS: The Faces of Pilot Season 2013 "This show changed me and the trajectory of my life,” London said. I will always cherish the time I spent on WNTW and be eternally grateful to TLC for a great co-host, amazing crew and an awesome program." “Hosting WNTW has been a life-changing experience,” Kelly said.“After ‘What Not to Wear’ ended, I really needed a break from makeovers,” Kelly tells The Post.“In talking to my single friends, I realized that the online dating world is crazy and women really needed help.Fans of the long-running hit makeover show What Not to Wear were shocked when Clinton Kelly admitted in his new memoir that he “loathed” his co-host, Stacy London.But former viewers seemed to have missed the signs!As Radar previously reported, he slams scandal-ridden guest Paula Deen in his new book for calling him a "turd" on air!