Tonight was Star's last night as host of HGTV's House Hunters. She wore a light blue house dress very much a 50's 60's style. Again not very flattering to her figure. Funny how being on the View for 9 yrs and she still does not move well in front of the camera. Oh, right she sat for 9 yrs on the View. Still after her performance I can appreciate the regular host much more. It's not easy trying to appear casual.
This time in NYC the buyer is looking for property in Manhattan in Greenwich Village and Chelsea. The happening places, so of course it is expensive.
1. was a mini loft 440 sq ft at $475,000
2. was a modern condo 480 sq ft at $520,000 it was move in ready, had a conceirge and 20,000 sq ft gym as part of the building
3. was the biggest at 700 sq ft but needed a major renovation which is why the price was only $600,000
I do wish that the show would show more of the other part of NYC as Tues, Wed, Thur and Fri concentrated mainly in the Manhattan area.
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With those prices, I am glad I don't live in NYC.
Don't these shows have people who help those in front of cameras dress? You'd think someone would tell her that she didn't look good.
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Maybe Star lost her stylist when she left (cough, cough) the View?
As a trial lawyer, which I think she was, she should be able to walk and talk at the same time while addressing the judge and jury. But maybe it's been too long
I remember Elizabeth saying something to that effect, PWS, about waiting for her hubby to fall asleep. Now she's back into babies......it's probably a ruse to get the media off of the fact that the show sucks right now.
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It was mentioned on an AI thread that Kellie Pickler was on The View. Anyone watch, and if so what was said? I haven't seen the show in over a week.
I'm sorry I missed that. She is very funny, I think. I really enjoy her silly wit.
She had a cute haircut, and she really reminded me of Dolly Parton. She definitely had a good time.
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I saw on the news that she has signed with Sony records and will do a Country album. I'm buying that one.