What Not to Wear: Season 10 Coming January 3rd

TLC is ready to premiere the 10th season of What Not to Wear, the cable channel’s longest-running TV series. It begins on Thursday, January 3rd, at 10pm.

Here’s the press release:


TLC’s longest running primetime series premieres on new night with 80s pop star Tiffany

(New York, NY) – On Thursday, January 3rd at 10pm, TLC’s longest running primetime series What Not to Wear (produced by BBC Worldwide Productions) enters its 10th season and makes its debut on a new night. The season premiere features 80s pop star Tiffany, who set trends with her hit songs and signature jean jackets. Longing for a change, Tiffany has nominated herself to find a new, modern style with the help of Stacy and Clinton – a first in What Not to Wear history.

Stacy and Clinton tackle more celebrity makeovers throughout the season, including Nicole Eggert, Tina Yothers, and Shannon Elizabeth. Other contributors in need of drastic wardrobe overhauls include Simona – an overachieving scientist who needs to ditch her comfortable duds, Tristen – a New Yorker but self-proclaimed Jersey girl whose skimpy outfits are getting in the way of her finding a quality man and a promising career, and Casey – a transsexual who has been living as a woman for the past nine years, but has yet to find the wardrobe that reflects the confident, happy woman that she has become.

In each episode of What Not to Wear, TLC resident fashion experts Stacy London and Clinton Kelly face an assortment of fashionably challenged contributors, providing them with invaluable fashion advice and life-changing transformations, inside and out.

What Not to Wear is produced by BBC Worldwide Productions for TLC.

What do you think? Are you looking forward to watching the new season?

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  1. Tena Hough says

    I am not enjoying the celebrity makeovers. I would like them to go back to the way they did the show several years ago. I may stop watching if this continues.

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