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'Project Runway' 2015 Gets Premiere Date, New 'Junior' Spinoff

On "Project Runway," one day you're in, and the next day ... you're in three other shows! Lifetime will premiere "Project Runway" Season 14 on Thursday, August 6, with Heidi Klum, Tim Gunn, Nina Garcia and Zac Posen all returning.

Lifetime also renewed "Project Runway All Stars" for Season 5, to premiere sometime in 2016, with Alyssa Milano, Isaac Mizrahi, Georgina Chapman and Zanna Roberts Rassi returning.

On top of that, Lifetime just announced a new spinoff called "Project Runway Junior," which will premiere this fall, co-hosted by Tim Gunn and supermodel Hannah Davis. It'll follow young designers, ages 14-17, with PR Season 4 winner Christian Siriano as one of the judges, along with fashion editor Aya Kanai. It sounds a lot like "Project Runway: Threads," which aired last year with Christian Siriano as a judge.

"Project Runway" has also produced spinoffs like "Project Accessory" and "Under the Gunn," which -- surprisingly -- did not feature enough Tim Gunn.
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Christian Siriano and Brad Walsh Still Together, But 'Holding Off on a Wedding'

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Christian Siriano and Brad Walsh Still Together, But 'Holding Off on a Wedding'
It may not be over for Christian Siriano and his fiancé, Brad Walsh. The designer and recording artist Walsh are still together, despite a published report about them ending their engagement. "Nothing really happening at this point. Still living together, just holding off on a wedding for a little while," Siriano, 29, tells People exclusively. The season 4 Project Runway winner, who also hosts the Runway kids' spinoff series Project Runway: Threads, announced his engagement to Walsh in July 2013, with a Tweet revealing a picture of their gold Saint Laurent engagement bracelets. Together for nearly eight years, the two share a home
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YouTube Stars Who Went Mainstream in 2014

YouTube Stars Who Went Mainstream in 2014
There is no question that YouTube celebrities have become legitimate entertainers in 2014. This year, more than any in the past, these personalities penetrated the mainstream of the pop culture landscape. From films to award shows and everything in between, these Internet stars were practically everywhere proving that the millions of subscribers they have online want to see them on more than just their cellphones.

As we say goodbye to 2014, we want to toast some of the biggest YouTubers who went mainstream.

1. Todrick Hall: When it comes to parodies, Hall is person to watch. He skewered everything from Mean Girls (“Mean Gurlz”) to Chicago’s “Cell Block Tango” (“Cell Block Django” starring Mariah Carey and Beyonce lookalikes). In 2014, Hall took things further thanks to his new manager, Scooter Braun, who happens to be the guy behind Justin Bieber’s success. In addition to dancing in an elaborate opening number for the Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards that he
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Project Runway: Threads Episode 7 Recap: Cover Look

This week on Project Runway: Threads, Vanessa introduced three new contestants to their prize package totaling $25,000 and a chance to launch their career in designing. Host Vanessa Williams shoe and clothing designing expert, is joined each week by Christian Siriano the youngest designer to win Project Runway, YouTube fashion guru Ingrid Nilsen and special guest Gina Kelly, fashion director for Seventeen Magazine. With the prize package including $10,000 for any Joann fabric and craft store, a scholarship for a summer program offered by Fidm, a Brother home set of sewing and embroidering machines and having one of their designs … Continue reading →

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Project Runway: Threads Episode 6 Recap: Monster Mashup

This week on Project Runway: Threads, Vanessa introduced three new contestants to their prize package totaling $25,000 and a chance to launch their career in designing. Host Vanessa Williams, shoe and clothing designing expert, is joined each week by Christian Siriano, the youngest designer to win Project Runway, YouTube fashion guru Ingrid Nilsen and special guest Jasmine Snow, senior fashion editor for Seventeen magazine. With the prize package including $10,000 for any Jo-Ann fabric and craft store, a scholarship for a summer program offered by Fidm, a Brother home set of sewing and embroidering machines and having one of their … Continue reading →

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