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Clinton Kelly on 'What Not to Wear'

Clinton Kelly on Central Park West in Manhattan.

Clinton Kelly on Central Park West in Manhattan. He recently said goodby to "What Not To Wear." (Oct. 10, 2013) Photo Credit: Linda Rosier

"What Not to Wear" takes a bow after 10 years on air. Here's a look back with Long Island native Clinton Kelly, co-host of the show with Stacy London.

Clinton Kelly on Central Park West in Manhattan.
Photo Credit: Linda Rosier

Clinton Kelly on Central Park West in Manhattan. He recently said goodby to "What Not To Wear." (Oct. 10, 2013)

"What Not to Wear"

(TLC, 2003-2013): Based on the British show of
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(TLC, 2003-2013): Based on the British show of the same name, stylists Stacy London and Clinton Kelly (Wayne Scot Lukas in season 1) guided fashion don'ts into fashion do's with this makeover show.

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"I don't know that I could have made over one more frumpy mom," says Kelly, who hosted the show with Stacy London.

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"American women are really tough on themselves," says Kelly, pictured with one of the makeover candidates.

Clinton Kelly with co-host Stacy London.
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Clinton Kelly with co-host Stacy London.

It's a wrap for Clinton Kelly's TLC makeover
Photo Credit: Linda Rosier

It's a wrap for Clinton Kelly's TLC makeover show, "What Not To Wear," after 10 years on the air.

After 10 years -- and hundreds of makeovers
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After 10 years -- and hundreds of makeovers -- Clinton Kelly says farewell to "What Not To Wear."

Kelly has gone from fashion to food, serving
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Kelly has gone from fashion to food, serving as moderator and panelist on ABC's "The Chew;" with him, from left, Carla Hall, Daphne Oz, Mario Batali Michael Symon.

Clinton Kelly, behind the set at
Photo Credit: Linda Rosier

Clinton Kelly, behind the set at "The Chew," which he is co-hosting. (Oct. 10, 2013)

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