Additionally, he was certain London would have said the same.
Stacy London is 'Fashionably Late' on new show "We loved each other and despised each other, and if she were writing a book, I expect she would say exactly what she thought about me too.
Someone in his mentions speculated they had beef, written about in his book “I Hate Everyone, Except You,” and he responded, “Don’t go spreading out-of-context bullshit. In an interview, Clinton explained his relationship with his co-host of the makeover show, which ended in 2013. It was funny in the beginning when we completed each other’s sentences,” he told My Statesman earlier this year about his book.
You obviously didn’t read the book.” “I don’t need attention.
She moved into television by co-hosting What Not to Wear with Clinton Kelly, and doing fashion reporting for Access Hollywood, The Early Show, and the Today Show.
From 2009–2010, she was a celebrity spokesperson for Pantene, Woolite, Dr. She co-owns Style for Hire and is the creative director of Westfield Style.
And, it seems the social media snub REALLY came out of nowhere for Kelly, as he is vehement that he has ZERO beef with London.
After graduating from Vassar College, London started her career as a fashion editor at Vogue and transitioned into being a stylist for celebrities and designers.
Clinton's husband Damon Bayles is a Clinical Psychologist in New York.
He trains people about maintaining balance in their life, reduction of depression, anxiety, and conflict in personal relationships.
Kelly was quick to dispel any drama that may stem from his tweet, assuring fans that there was no new "tea" to spill. So enter Clinton Kelly from 'What Not to Wear' to dress her right Kelly has been open about his strained relationship with London, revealing to the Austin American Statesman that the pair were thick as thieves for years, but needed space after a decade of working together.
"We spend so much time together for 10 years…It was funny in the beginning when we completed each other's sentences," he said around the release of his book "I Hate Everyone, Except You." "But it got to be like, 'OK, we need a break from each other.'" Speaking with the Connecticut Post after the fact, Kelly clarified that he wasn't trying to stir the pot with his previous statements.