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How Tim Gunn Has Kept Project Runway From Having A True Villain In Season 12

Season 12 of Project Runway has been full of petty infights, emotional breakdowns, and a few seriously threatening outbursts. None of this is unusual for Project Runway, or reality competitions in general, but the number of instances of duress have been pretty incredible, with freakouts occurring every couple of episodes. Typically, when this happens it means a villain can be found within the cast, but not this year. In Season 12, we have people who talk the talk and then meekly turn tail and apologize.

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Alyssa Milano Signs On To Host Project Runway: All Stars In Season 3

Lifetime has gotten through two action-filled seasons of Project Runway: All Stars with different hosts at the helm. Last season, fans were treated to the very wooden Carolyn Murphy as the host, and it’s no surprise the network would want to sign on a new famous face for Season 3. That’s right, Project Runway: All Stars will be returning for a third installation at the network, and this time, actress Alyssa Milano will be joining the series.

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Before Kendra: 5 Other Reality TV Quitters That Made A Splash

Kendra Wilkinson made a splash this week when she opted not to take the plunge during the most recent episode of the celebrity diving series Splash. Her fear of heights prevented her from following through with the 23 foot drop head first into the water and she was subsequently eliminated from the competition. Whether or not Wilkinson's decision to quit the competition goes down in reality TV history as one of the most memorable early-exits a contestant has made remains to be seen.

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Michael Kors Won't Be A Judge On Season 11 Of Project Runway

A group of all-new Project Runway contestants will send their first outfits down the catwalk on January 24, but when they do, their hemlines and taste levels won’t be judged by Michael Kors. The beloved mainstay had to bow out of the season as a result of his crazy schedule running his fashion line. Luckily, his replacement, while far less experienced in the ways of reality competition shows, is also a fashion mega-star.

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Project Runway All Stars Season 2 Should Have Happened In 5 Years

Project Runway All Stars proved devoted fans would flock to their televisions to watch great designers from different seasons compete against one another. It proved some fans actually prefer the interesting dynamic of the all stars type of season. Unfortunately, executives decided to flip off the future in favor of immediate gratification by going into production on another All Stars season, immediately.

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Project Runway Season 10 Crowns A Winner

Season 10 of Project Runway was a doozy. Early frontrunners like Vin and Sonjia never seemed to pan out to their full potential, and shyer designers like Melissa and Fabio only seemed to blossom as the season moved forward. The four designers who showed their collections at Fashion Week for the chance to win all put in a good performance, but ultimately, only one winner came out on top.

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Project Runway Enlists Jennifer Hudson To Judge Season 10 Finale

Project Runway fans still have a few weeks before we get to the big fashion week finale. Anyone who keeps a good timeline in their heads or at least follows the fashion world regularly will already know fashion week is in the midst of happening, and actress and singer Jennifer Hudson has nabbed that oh-so-special finale judging spot.

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Project Runway Goes A Little Crazy With Marketing Efforts

If you’ve been to an AMC movie theater lately, you’ve probably caught one of the Season 10 Project Runway commercials, that is, if you are not the type to show up late to a screenings. Those marketing efforts alone seem above and beyond that of an average season of the show, but as it turns out movie theaters are only the tip of the iceberg when it comes to marketing Season 10.

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Watch Tim Gunn Run In Leno's Interview With Heidi Klum

Project Runway is having a striking Season 9. No paper challenges have come up, but there has been pet store themed challenges and group work out the wazoo. Last week, judge and host Heidi Klum forced the competitors to run for a team leader position. She then asked the competing teams to create daywear to wear along with her New Balance line of shoes.

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Watch Tim Gunn Bash Jersey Shore Before Project Runway Premieres

Tim Gunn, fashion guru and careful talker, was on George Lopez recently to promote Season 9 of Project Runway, which premieres Thursday at 9 p.m. That and to crack jokes about wearing suits in 110 degree weather to The Smurfs premiere, in which he appears. Lopez and Gunn seem pretty chummy, but the interview amps up when the topic turns to fashion.

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TV Recap: Project Runway - Finale Part II

Tim comes back to check on the designers and, Oh. My. God. After Kenley starts blah blahing about how she doesn’t agree with him or the judges, Tim Gunn actually rolls his eyes! Of course, he did it after he turned and walked away from her, but still. Tim Gunn rolling his eyes at you is akin to Mother Teresa slapping your face and calling you a whore. It’s heavy stuff.

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Video Clips From Project Runway Finale And Top Design

It’s all about to come to an end for this season of Project Runway on Wednesday night and if you’re looking forward to part 2 of the big finale episode, we’ve got a couple of preview clips that you might enjoy. And if you’re planning to catch the next new episode of Top Design, we’ve got videos from Wednesday night episode as well.

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TV Recap: Project Runway - Finale Part 1

Korto takes Tim home to meet her husband, adorable daughter and her drumming partner (not a euphemism). I don’t know who he is, but I hope he lives there. I like the idea of Korto waking up in the middle of the night, turning on the living room light, saying “let's go” to her drumming partner and jamming at 3 am.

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TV Recap: Project Runway - Nature Calls

Tuning in for another Project Runway recap from Kona? Sorry. She’s off curing cancer and winning beauty pageants at the same time; so, you’re stuck with me. Yeah, life’s hard out there for a pimp

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TV Recap: Project Runway - Rock n' Runway

Tim gathers everyone in the design room to tell them what this week’s challenge is: to design looks for each other. I kind of love this idea, just because everyone hates everyone else so much. I wonder if the outfit someone makes for Kenley is going to be full of pins “accidentally” left throughout. I know it would if I were the one making it.

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TV Recap: Project Runway - What's Your Sign?

Can I say I love the fact that Blayne and Stella are partners? Whatever they come up with is going to be absolutely ridiculous. It involves leathuh straps! I’m not so excited about Kenley, who makes me want to bash my head up against the wall. Her design is a hideous mix of florals and zebra print, and she’s not taking Tim’s advice. Listen to Tim!

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TV Recap: Project Runway - Double O Fashion

I’m pretty sure Jodie Sweetin wore Kenley’s dress on Full House. Tim doesn’t seem to be disturbed by this either. I do not know what’s going on tonight. Up is down, left is right. I’m scared. Somebody hold me.

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TV Recap: Project Runway - Fashion That Drives You

I’m seriously getting ready to vomit when we hear the challenge: to create an outfit out of recycled car parts. Okay, I’ll admit: I’m intrigued. After all, there’s the potential for a “freak” “accident” involving blowtorches and Blayne, so that’s something that I’ll always be on board for.

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TV Recap: Project Runway - Good Queen Fun

Stella doesn’t seem to have used leathuh at all, although she did put in some grommets. She has an interesting gothy dress with red plaid that looks like something that a misunderstood high school girl with a Singer, a tube of black lipstick and a Joy Division CD would sew for herself to attend prom “ironically.”

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TV Recap: Project Runway - Welcome To The Jungle

Okay, so the Bermuda shorts: They’re kind of hideous. First of all, they make the model look hippy, which is never good when you’re dealing with someone whose hip measurements are in the negative numbers. Second of all, the shorts look like Action Slacks, which is never good if you’re not a middle-aged man shopping at Sears in 1986.

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