All-new episodes of What Not To Wear return on November 29
Fan-favourite WHAT NOT TO WEAR, produced by BBC Worldwide Productions, returns with back-to-back premiere hour-long episodes at 9PM and 10PM ET/PT on Tuesday, November 29.
The first episode features Jodi, a belly-dancing psych-ward nurse, who doesn't just assist the clinically insane, she dresses like them. Wearing wildly inappropriate clothing in all bright colors, this 51-year-old single mom needs to graduate from the juniors section and desperately needs Stacy and Clinton’s help. Their goal? To give this nurse a little fashion TLC and turn her into a stylish woman who will attract the right man and the respect she deserves. When all is said and done, Stacy and Clinton make Jodi an offer they’ve never made before. Will she take them up on their offer? Following at 10PM, Rebecca has an obsession and it's turtles, turtles, and turtles. She won't go a day without wearing some item of clothing representing her favorite animal. Her friends and family have finally decided that it's time to put an end to her turtle craze and call on Stacy and Clinton to teach this fashion tortoise that slow and steady will not win this fashion race.
Then on Wednesday, December 7 at 10 PM ET/PT, pop culture phenomenon TODDLERS & TIARAS, produced by Authentic Entertainment, is back with brand new episodes.
It all kicks off with a special Christmas themed episode, where the holidays come alive at the Southern Celebrity Glitzmas Pageant in New Jersey. Laila, 3, and her mom have gone all out for this pageant and have perfected her Rockette routine so she can win big. Anna-Maria, 9 thinks her toughest competition, Maya doesn’t stand a chance against her hula-hoops. But scene stealers Riley, 5 and Bob, 6 show everyone their fierce drag queen moves in hopes of winning over the judges. Also featured in these new episodes is pageant favorite MaKenzie , as well as new contender Alana who gives everyone a run for their money with her over-the-top sassy personality. TODDLERS & TIARAS returns with even more zealous parents, attitudes, and epic fits.
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