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Encyclopedia > What Not To Wear
What Not to Wear
Format Makeover reality television show
Presented by Lisa Butcher (current)
Mica Paris (current)
Trinny Woodall (previous)
Susannah Constantine (previous)
Country of origin Flag of the United Kingdom United Kingdom
No. of series 7
Production
Running time 60 minutes
Broadcast
Original channel BBC Two (2001-2003) BBC One (2004-2007)
Original run 20012007
External links
IMDb profile

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Contents

History

What Not to Wear originated on BBC Two in 2001, hosted by fashion gurus Trinny Woodall and Susannah Constantine who also co-authored several fashion books based on the show. This article does not cite any references or sources. ...


In 2002 during the show's second series, Jeremy Clarkson and Lesley Joseph appeared in a special episode, where Trinny and Susannah gave them a fashion makeover.[2] After Clarkson appeared on the show, he commented "I'd rather eat my own hair than shop with these two again".[3] During the process of choosing which celebrity to give a makeover, Trinny and Susannah compiled a list of who they thought were the worst dressed celebrities.[4] Also in 2002, Trinny and Susannah won a Royal Television Society Award, for being the best factual presenters.[5] The show was also nominated for the Features Award at the BAFTAS in both 2002 and 2003 but was beaten both times. Jeremy Charles Robert Clarkson (born 11 April 1960) is an English broadcaster and writer who specialises in motoring. ... Lesley Joseph (born 14 January 1946) is a British stage and television actress. ... The Royal Television Society is a British-based society for the discussion, analysis and preservation of television in all its forms, past, present and future. ... The British Academy Television Awards, also known as the BAFTAs — or, to differentiate them from the BAFTA Film Awards, the BAFTA Television Awards — are the most prestigious awards given in the British television industry, analogous to the Emmy Awards in the United States. ...


Trinny and Susannah did a spin-off show in 2003; What Not to Wear on the Red Carpet which featured comedienne Jo Brand and news presenter Sophie Raworth having a special makeovers to attend a BAFTA Award ceremony.[6] By the end of series three, viewing figures had reached a respectable 2.8 million on BBC Two.[7] Jo Brand (born Josephine Grace Brand 3 May 1957, Hastings, East Sussex) is an English comedienne. ... Sophie Raworth (pronounced ) (born 15 May 1968) in Redhill, and also known as Sophie Winter is a newsreader on BBC Television in the UK. In April 2006, she became the main presenter of the BBC One OClock News, after the retirement of Anna Ford. ...


Following a ratings success, What Not to Wear was promoted to BBC One in 2004 to air its fourth series.[8] The format was changed slightly, where a 30 minute show with one makeover was replaced by a 60 minute show featuring two makeovers.[7] The series that aired for the first time on BBC One began on September 29, 2004, and had success with viewing figures which peaked at 5.26 million during the episode aired on October 20, 2004.[9] For a Christmas special aired on December 22, 2004, Trisha Goddard was madeover by Trinny and Susannah,[10][11] where the episode generated 7.42 million viewers.[12] Other What Not to Wear specials saw them giving David Baddiel[13] and Ingrid Tarrant makeovers. Tarrant howver, did not wear what Trinny and Susannah had selected, and changed her dress in the back of the taxi whilst driving to the award ceremony.[14] The fifth series began on October 19, 2005, where viewing figures still remained strong. On November 16 and 23, 2005 ratings reached 4.91 million[15] and the series averaged with 4.8 million viewers.[16] BBC One is the primary television channel of the BBC, and the first in the United Kingdom. ... is the 272nd day of the year (273rd in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 2004 (MMIV) was a leap year starting on Thursday of the Gregorian calendar. ... is the 293rd day of the year (294th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 2004 (MMIV) was a leap year starting on Thursday of the Gregorian calendar. ... is the 356th day of the year (357th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 2004 (MMIV) was a leap year starting on Thursday of the Gregorian calendar. ... Trisha Goddard (born 23 December 1957) is an English television presenter well known for morning talk show Trisha Goddard which is aired on five. ... Baddiel (left) with Frank Skinner on the sofa in an episode of Baddiel and Skinner Unplanned David Paul Baddiel (born May 28, 1964, Troy, New York, USA) is an English comedian, novelist and television presenter. ... Ingrid Tarrant (born 1954 in Elstree, England) is a British television presenter and former wife of Chris Tarrant. ... is the 292nd day of the year (293rd in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 2005 (MMV) was a common year starting on Saturday (link displays full calendar) of the Gregorian calendar. ... is the 320th day of the year (321st in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... (Redirected from 23 November) November 23 is the 327th day of the year (328th in leap years) in the Gregorian Calendar, with 38 days remaining. ... Year 2005 (MMV) was a common year starting on Saturday (link displays full calendar) of the Gregorian calendar. ...


In April 2006, it was announced that Lisa Butcher and Mica Paris would take over as presenters of the BBC show, after Trinny and Susannah signed a contract with ITV to host their new show Trinny & Susannah Undress.[17] The new series hosted by Lisa and Mica managed to reach viewing figures of 4.26 million on October 19, 2006[18] and the first show of the series attracted 4.2 million viewers.[16] The seventh series, which consists of eight episodes and is hosted again by Lisa and Mica, is currently airing on BBC One as of August 30, 2007.[19][20] The first episode debuted with 3.1 million viewers, about 1 million less than the first episode of the last series.[21] Lisa Butcher (born 1972 in London), is an English fashion model and TV presenter. ... Mica Paris (born Michelle Wallen on April 27, 1969 in London, England) is an English singer. ... Independent Television (generally known as ITV, but also as ITV Network) is a public service network of British commercial television broadcasters, set up under the Independent Television Authority (ITA) to provide competition to the BBC. ITV is the oldest commercial television network in the UK. Since 1990 and the Broadcasting... Trinny & Susannah Undress is a British makeover reality television programme on ITV1 starring fashion advisors Trinny Woodall and Susannah Constantine. ... is the 292nd day of the year (293rd in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 2006 (MMVI) was a common year starting on Sunday of the Gregorian calendar. ... is the 242nd day of the year (243rd in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 2007 (MMVII) is the current year, a common year starting on Monday of the Gregorian calendar and the AD/CE era in the. ...


The UK version of What Not To Wear has been broadcast around the world on BBC Entertainment, and in countries such as the United States on BBC America. It is also repeated on UKTV Style in the United Kingdom. Trinny and Susannah have also been frequent guest fashion and makeover experts on The Oprah Winfrey Show in America.[22][23] An American version (What Not To Wear (US Version)) airs on TLC and is hosted by Stacy London and Clinton Kelly. BBC Entertainment is the name of a BBC-branded general entertainment channel operated by the Corporations commercial arm, BBC Worldwide. ... BBC America is an American television network, owned and operated by BBC Worldwide, which was launched on March 29, 1998, available on both cable and satellite. ... UKTV Style (previously UK Style) is a television channel broadcasting in the United Kingdom, as part of the UKTV network of channels, and launched on 1 November 1997. ... The Oprah Winfrey Show (also known as Oprah) is an American nationally syndicated talk show, hosted and produced by Oprah Winfrey and is the highest-rated talk show in American television history. ... What Not To Wear is an American show that has doughnuts involed after the show that people chug!!!! reality television The show which is based on a British version of the show. ... TLC Network is a cable TV network in the US that carries a variety of informational and reality-based programming. ... Stacy London (born May 25, 1969 in New York City, New York) is an American fashion consultant and media personality, known best for her role as a co-host on the makeover reality program What Not to Wear, which broadcasts on TLC in the United States and Canada. ... Clinton Kelly (born February 22, 1969) is an American fashion consultant and media personality, known best for his warm humor and stylistic flair as co-host on the makeover reality program What Not to Wear with Stacy London. ...


International broadcasting

The British version of What Not to Wear has been broadcast around the world, with non English speaking countries viewing the series in subtitles. The show is broadcast in: In printed material In printed material, a subtitle is an explanatory or alternate title. ...


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Presenters

Current

Lisa Butcher (born 1972 in London), is an English fashion model and TV presenter. ... Mica Paris (born Michelle Wallen on April 27, 1969 in London, England) is an English singer. ...

Previous

Trinny Woodall (born Sarah-Jane Woodall[2] 1964 in London), is an award-winning English fashion guru, fashion and style advisor, television personality, presenter and author. ... Susannah Constantine, along with Trinny Woodall, is a host of the BBC style series What Not To Wear. ...

Content overview

Every episode features an "ambush" style confrontation and makeover of a woman, and sometimes a man who has been nominated by their friends as particularly unfashionable. The subject has their current fashion sense evaluated. The presenters take particular regard to the participant's body-shape and self-image (with the help of a 360 degree mirror cabinet) and determine what will work best for them. The participant is then given £2000 (about $1000 less than the American version) to go shopping for a new wardrobe, which is supposed to be in accordance with the advice they have been given. Although they are free to spend how they wish, they are spied upon and counselled on the ways of fashion by the show's two hosts.


Trinny and Susannah were often known for their tactile behaviour with the participants and for frequently referring to breasts as "tits".[3] They were also renowned for their direct comments on the show, where Trinny's comments have reduced some participants to tears, and Susannah once spontaneously pulled a female candidate's underwear down during filming as her knicker line was visible.[24] For other uses, see Breast (disambiguation). ...


Episode format

The participant is nominated by their friends and relatives for being particularly unfashionable. The show then secretly follows and videotapes the nominated participant for two weeks. At the end of the two weeks, the fashion experts review the secret footage and prepare to surprise the participant. During the surprise visit, the participant is offered a £2000 cheque to buy a whole new wardrobe.[25] But they must hand over their entire existing wardrobe and be prepared for some harsh criticism and to receive fashion advice from two experts.[25] Example of a Canadian cheque. ...


On the first day of the participant's visit to the studios, there is a review of the secret footage along with the participant. On the videotape, there are normally comments from family members and friends about the participant's style and appearance. The experts then go through their entire wardrobe, which has been brought with the participant. They critique the items where most of the clothing gets discarded or even cut up with scissors. The participant is asked to put on an outfit, that they like and think most suits their figure, and then must face the 360 degree mirror.[26] The experts comment honestly on why the outfit does not suit them, often being brutally honest.[25] The experts give suggestions throughout the day and then present two different outfits to the participant to help illustrate the rules that they will need to follow as they shop for better clothing. Bottom view of VHS videotape cassette with magnetic tape exposed Videotape is a means of recording images and sound onto magnetic tape as opposed to movie film. ... A mirror, reflecting a vase. ...


The participant is then given two days to shop for suitable clothing at a suitable and selected location. On the first day, they are left to their own devices, to test how much they have learnt about which clothes are suitable and comply with the rules. On the second day, the experts ambush the nominee and comment on whether the previous day's purchases complied with the correct guide lines as to which clothes to buy. The second day, the fashion gurus sit in a café and watch live video footage of the participant shopping and comment on whether the participant is following the rules given. If the participant is struggling, they rush to the scene to help. The experts then accompany the participant around the shops, providing advice and assistance, often being critical. Coffeehouse in Damascus A coffeehouse, coffee shop, or café shares some of the characteristics of a bar, and some of the characteristics of a restaurant. ...


After all the shopping, hair stylists and makeup artists work on the nominee's hair and makeup respectively. After the makeover, the participant reveals themselves to the experts and are brought to a full-length mirror to see their transformed state. The participant models three outfits for the experts, often showing confidence and poise. The participant departs and soon after, reveals themselves with their transformed appearance to their friends and family. Some time after the participant's makeover, the fashion gurus would pay them a surprise visit, in order to establish whether they have adhered to the rules for their clothing. Cosmetics or makeup are substances to enhance the beauty of the human body, apart from simple cleaning. ...


In later series, the format changed. It saw the hosts receiving hundreds of videos from certain groups of people that have nominated themselves for a makeover, instead of other people nominating them. There were select groups such as women facing the menopause or those who have lost partners. They would then have to watch and then choose five people from these videos, as to who they thought were in need of the help the most. The five selected candidates were then invited to the studios where they would be interviewed on why they thought they needed a makeover à la What Not to Wear. Then two candidates were selected and offered a What Not to Wear makeover. The series also saw the hosts spending a day as the two participants, where they would drive their cars, work in their jobs and live in their homes. There, they would make the participant's husbands a meal, meet their other close family and venture into the participants wardrobe to dispose of any unsuitable clothing. The rest of the episode would sustain the format seen in previous series.[27] Menopause is the physiological cessation of menstrual cycles associated with advancing age in women. ... This article does not cite any references or sources. ...


Publications

Woodall and Constantine book.
Woodall and Constantine book.

Trinny and Susannah are the authors of several fashion advice books based on the series. Their books have proceeded to become number one bestsellers in Britain and the United States and have been translated throughout the world.[28] Other success, included when the book What Not to Wear gained Trinny and Susannah a British Book Award in 2003 for "The TV & Film Book of the Year".[29] The book also outsold Jamie Oliver and Nigella Lawson when sale figures reached a total of 670,000 copies.[30] Image File history File links No higher resolution available. ... Image File history File links No higher resolution available. ... The British Book Awards are given annually and promoted by the UK publishing industry trade journal Publishing News. ... James Trevor Oliver MBE (May 27, 1975), better known as Jamie Oliver and nicknamed The Naked Chef, is an English celebrity chef. ... Nigella Lucy Lawson (born January 6, 1960) is an English journalist, cookery writer and television presenter. ...


Books by Trinny and Susannah linked with What Not to Wear include:

  • What Not to Wear (2002)
  • What Not to Wear 2: For Every Occasion (2003)
  • What Not to Wear: The Rules (2004)
  • What Not to Wear: For Every Occasion (2004)

Popular culture

A lethal far-future version of the show appeared in the Doctor Who episode "Bad Wolf". Set in the year 200,100, Trinny and Susannah provided the voices of killer androids Trinn-e and Zu-Zanna who offered makeovers in a more gruesome form.[31] For other uses, see Doctor Who (disambiguation). ... Bad Wolf is an episode in the British science fiction television series Doctor Who, which was first broadcast on June 11, 2005. ...


On the show Big Impression, Alistair McGowan and Ronnie Ancona took to spoofing Trinny and Susannah's presenting techniques on What Not to Wear.[32][33] Trinny and Susannah were also spoofed in a sketch on 2DTV when it showed them giving Santa Claus a makeover, where they substituted his red suit for a casual shirt and trousers.[34] Big Impression is a British comedy sketch show. ... Alistair McGowan (born November 24, 1964) is a British impressionist and actor. ... Ronni Ancona (born 1968) is a Scottish impressionist and actress of Italian/Jewish ancestry who won the Best TV Comedy Actress award at the British Comedy Awards for her work in Big Impression. ... 2DTV is a satirical animated television show broadcast on ITV in the United Kingdom. ... A typical depiction of Santa Claus. ...


Trinny and Susannah appeared on Children in Need in 2004, which saw them giving Eastenders characters Little Mo and Mo Harris a makeover in the style of What Not to Wear.[35] In an episode of the last series of French & Saunders, Trinny and Susannah are mentioned as being "bullies" in a Celebrity Grading Report sketch where Dawn French was the headmaster of a celebrity school where she had to write comments on various celebrities. New BBC Children in Need Pudsey and logo from 2007 BBC Children in Need is an annual British charity appeal organised by the BBC. // Each year since 1980, the BBC has set aside one evening of programming on its flagship television channel, BBC One, to show events aimed at raising... EastEnders is a popular BBC television soap opera, first broadcast in the United Kingdom on BBC1 on 19 February 1985[4] and continuing to date. ... Maureen Mitchell (Little Mo) is a character in the British soap opera EastEnders. ... Maureen Mo Harris (née Porter) is a fictional character in the popular BBC soap opera EastEnders, who has been in the series since 18 September 2000. ... French & Saunders is a British sketch comedy television show written by and starring Dawn French and Jennifer Saunders, and also the name by which the performers are known on the rare occasions when they appear elsewhere as a double act. ... Dawn Roma French[1] (born 11 October 1957) is a BAFTA Award-nominated British comedian and actress best known for starring in her comedy sketch show French & Saunders along with her comedy partner Jennifer Saunders, and for playing the lead role in The Vicar of Dibley as Geraldine Granger. ...


References

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  5. ^ Royal Television Society — rts.org.uk. Retrieved February 14, 2007.
  6. ^ What Not to Wear - Red Carpet Special — bbc.co.uk/lifestyle. Retrieved March 30, 2007.
  7. ^ a b Makeover queens switch to BBC1 — guardian.co.uk. Retrieved August 23, 2007.
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  22. ^ The Oprah Winfrey Show - What Not to Wear this summer — oprah.com. Retrieved February 13, 2007.
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  24. ^ Deceiving appearances — scotsman.com. Retrieved June 1, 2007.
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