So long, tasteful jeans, fitted blazers and daring pops of color! After 10 seasons of wardrobe switcheroos, the fashion gurus of "What Not to Wear," Stacy London and Clinton Kelly, are hanging up their stylish hats.
On Wednesday, TLC announced that the long-running reality series will come to an end.
“After 10 incredible seasons, we felt that it was the right time to end the series,” Amy Winter, executive vice president and general manager of TLC, said in a statement from the network.
Winter went on to say that the remaining episodes will be a "celebration of this monumental run."
The news comes as a surprise to fans of the show, but the fact that it lasted as long as it did was the real shock, as far as Kelly's concerned.
“When I got the job, I told everyone I knew that we’d probably do ten episodes, get canceled and I’d go crawling back to my old job in magazine publishing," he said in the TLC statement. "So, I’m more surprised than anyone that we’ve lasted this long."
As for London, she's just looking toward the future.
"It feels like the end of an era," she said, adding, "I look forward to my next chapter."
"What Not to Wear" airs Thursdays at 10 p.m. on TLC. Starting in July, the show will move back to its old spot on Friday nights for the final episodes.
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