Flesh pink may not be the most flattering shade for everyone - but for once, Trinny and Susannah didn't care. The style gurus who made their names telling us how best to cover up our lumps and bumps stripped off with others at the weekend to celebrate the British body in all its shapes and sizes. They asked volunteers to lie on the ground on the Sussex Downs and form living sculptures of a man and a woman in an "en masse celebration". She and Susannah Constantine are best known for giving men and women fashion advice and a makeover on the programme What Not To Wear. Heart of the action: The pair, circle, kneel together in the middle of the naked bodies forming a 'living sculpture' of a man and a woman.
Trinny and Susannah strip
Trinny and Susannah strip for new TV show
WITH a smear of toothpaste on her cheek and dressed in a crop top and leggings, Trinny Woodall is performing squats in her bathroom. Just this week, the former What Not To Wear host made two public boobs — one literally, when she inadvertently flashed a breast during one of her social media videos. The other was a bizarre section on her regular ITV1 This Morning slot in which she talked about spitting on the studio floor to get rid of phlegm. Her video blog, and accompanying Instagram feed — which has , followers — feature Trinny in her bathroom in various states of dress, delivering frenzied musings on fashion and beauty. But friends insist her over-excited ravings are fuelled by nothing more sinister than her natural quirkiness. And she is deeply hurt by suggestions she is anything but sober. Their new show failed to match the viewing figures of hit series What Not To Wear and they were ditched two series in.
After years of telling people what not to wear, the fashion advisers Trinny Woodall and Susannah Constantine have gone a step further. The TV presenters joined hundreds of other people in a giant naked living sculpture as part of their new show The Great British Body. And we wanted to create a living, breathing, sculpture of that shape. Get The International Pack for free for your first 30 days for unlimited Smartphone and Tablet access.
Having spent 14 combined years on television helping the great British public and viewers around the world gain confidence through clothes, Trinny Woodall and Susannah Constantine What Not To Wear now get to grips with the raw material, investigating the changing British body and travelling the country to find where body shapes change from the norm. Their aim is to persuade everybody, no matter what their shape or size, to celebrate their bodies, completely naked. Over the course of the series they tour the nation in a bid to persuade men and women of all ages and sizes to strip off and share their body stories. The must-see TV event culminates in an extraordinary stunt, where hundreds of volunteers — including Trinny and Susannah themselves — get naked to create an unforgettable living image sculpture of the average British body. For more information, visit the official Great British Body website here.