Former “What Not to Wear” co-hosts Stacy London and Clinton Kelly have officially ended their feud — after 10 years.
The pair opened up about their reconciliation throughout a tearful joint interview on “Today with Hoda & Jenna.”
“I sobbed my eyes out. I instructed Clinton every little thing that made me unhappy, every little thing that damage me, each approach I believed I damage him. All the petty grudges. All the silly crap,” London stated throughout Thursday’s look.
Kelly chimed in that they “don’t actually hate one another” — even in any case this time.
“After seeing the identical clickbait story over and over and over on Instagram about how a lot we hated one another, I used to be like, ‘I can’t take this anymore,’” he defined of reaching out. “We love one another, as a matter of truth.”
“We have very sturdy emotions towards one another,” Kelly continued. “So I reached out to Stacy and I used to be like, ‘Can we put this behind us? Let’s speak it out.’ And we had a extremely emotional dialog. It was in the course of the pandemic, type of because the pandemic was ending. And we just talked by means of all of it.”
Their epic blowout started following the discharge of Kelly’s 2017 e book, “I Hate Everyone, Except You,” the place he wrote he “both adored her or despised her” and they spent “an excessive amount of time” collectively towards their “personal free will.”
“There’s part of me that can love Stacy endlessly, and part of me that will be just high quality if I by no means noticed her once more for the remainder of my life,” he defined in his e book.
“We had nice chemistry, for positive. But just like whenever you mix baking soda and vinegar, after the enjoyable half fizzles out, you’re left with a puddle of nothing specifically.”
Naturally, London took offense and subsequently blocked him on social media.
The pair beforehand worked on the TLC show together from 2003 to 2013. Now that they’ve buried the hatchet, they’re set to embark on a 10-city stay tour, titled “The Stacy & Clinton Show,” from Oct. 5 to Oct. 18.