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If You’re A Dowdy Journalist, “What Not To Wear” Wants You

“What Not to Wear” must be tired of making over nurses and housewives, because now they’re on the hunt for a real-life journalista to turn into a fashionista. According to an email sent by the show’s casting director, Stacy and Clinton are looking for a “female Journalist who stands out from the crowd and not in a good way!” So, if you’re a great writer, but you dress like crap, you are perfect for this episode. The catch is you have to be nominated by someone who isn’t you. Keep reading »

Today’s Lady News: Coming Soon, Nights With Diane Sawyer (Instead Of Mornings)

  • Diane Sawyer will be replacing Charlie Gibson as anchor of ABC’s “World News” when Gibson retires at the end of the year. Sawyer, who currently anchors “Good Morning America,” (admittedly, a fluffy morning news show) will be the second woman, after Katie Couric, to anchor a prime-time TV news program by herself. [NY Daily News]
  • The Miss Universe beauty pageant may be fixed! A choreographer for Miss Universe alleged that Donald Trump picks out the six of the 15 finalists so he can personally assure the prettiest ones are included. [Fox News]
  • Teenaged girls in the U.K. are the sub-group most likely to drink too much, a new study has found. Fifty percent of 15-year-old British girls have been drunk, according to a report from the Organization for Economic Cooperation. One in five 13-year-old British girls has been drunk at least twice, which is four times higher than in the U.S. [BBC]—We know that Europe has looser drinking regulations than the U.S. does, but 13 is way too young to be getting wasted.

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