|1.||Openly gay Clinton Kelly has been married since 2009||Updated 18 days ago|
|2.||Clinton Kelly||Updated 18 days ago|
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Clinton Kelly co-hosted one of the longest running TLC programs, What Not to Wear, from its second season till its tenth season. His stint as the co-host of the famous makeover reality show did not only help him in gaining popularity but also a huge net worth.
What Not to Wear producers approached Clinton while he was working as an editor for Daily News Record. And after three auditions, he was chosen as the new co-host of the show, alongside Stacy London. Before Clinton, the show was co-hosted by Stacy and Wayne Scot Lukas.
Clinton’s proficiency as a fashion consultant aired on television until 18 October 2013 when the last episode of What Not to Wear was telecasted. Nevertheless, the show is not the only source which delivers his ideas and fashion theory as he has written a few fashion guidebooks.
His first book Dress Your Best: The Complete Guide to Finding the Style That's Right for Your Body was released in 2005. The book was co-written with his co-host Stacy London.
In 2008, he released another fashion book titled Freakin' Fabulous: How to Dress, Speak, Behave, Eat, Drink, Entertain, Decorate, and Generally be Better than Everyone Else. As of now, his latest book is Oh No She Didn't, which was written in 2010.
From September 2011, Clinton has been appointed as the moderator on ABC’s food-themed talk show The Chew. The daytime show which has won Clinton a Daytime Emmy Award in 2015, has been one of the major sources of income for him after the end ofWhat Not to Wear.
Apart from television shows and books, Clinton’s clothing line contributes to his income. He owns a clothing line called Kelly by Clinton Kelly which is available at QVC and a stationery line with PAPYRUS.
Openly gay, Clinton Kelly is one of the trusted fashion consultants and is estimated to have accumulated a net worth of $2 million till date, though any credible sources have not verified the value.