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The rumors are true: TLC’s “What Not to Wear” is headed to Washington, and producers are looking for your nominations

“What Not to Wear” hosts Clinton Kelly and Stacy London. Photo courtesy TLC.
Though we didn’t quite believe the initial whisperings, it looks like someone has finally knocked some sense into the production executives at TLC. The network’s beloved makeover series, What Not to Wear, has officially landed in Washington—at last, a reality show this town can use—and producers are looking for your nominations. The program, beloved for hosts Stacy London and Clinton Kelly’s sassy, tough-love commentary and inspiring style transformations, offers selected participants an all-expenses-paid trip to New York City, a well-chaperoned $5,000 shopping spree, and complete hair and makeup restyling. All you have to do is agree to an on-camera closet overhaul. Know a marvelous gal whose sartorial ignorance is seriously hindering her ability to move forward in life? The show isn’t currently accepting self-nominations, or, for that matter, male nominations, but we bet that woman will (eventually) be resoundingly grateful for you sending her info along.

Submissions are due Wednesday, September 22.  For complete nomination rules, click here

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