Trinny Woodall
Cannes Film Festival
(Movies & TV)
Lesley Joseph
(Movies & TV)
Meg Ryan
(Movies & TV)
Jeremy Clarkson
Jo Brand
(Movies & TV)
Trisha Goddard
(Movies & TV)

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Susannah Constantine

Knowledge Identifier: +Susannah_Constantine


Susannah Constantine

English fashion journalist, advisor, television presenter, author and designer add

Category: Fashion

Born in 1962.

Countries: United Kingdom (67%), United States (17%), France (8%)

Main connections: Trinny Woodall, Cannes Film Festival, Lesley Joseph

Linked to: Shop Direct Group, Queen's Gate School, St Mary's School, Wantage, Westfield Group




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Susannah Constantine was born in 1962 add something


Constantine became a fixture in 1980s British gossip columns and newspapers as the result of her relationship with Princess Margaret's son, David,_Viscount_Linley (David_Armstrong-Jones,_Viscount_Linley) which lasted for eight years add something


She was privately educated as a child and went on to date British royalty, David,_Viscount_Linley (David_Armstrong-Jones,_Viscount_Linley), during the 1980s add something


In 1994, she first met Trinny Woodall at a party hosted by David,_Viscount_Linley (David_Armstrong-Jones,_Viscount_Linley) add something


She met Trinny Woodall in 1994 who both proceeded to write a weekly fashion column, "Ready to Wear" add something


Trinny Woodall - Woodall and Susannah Constantine first collaborated in 1994 on "Ready to Wear", a weekly style guide for "The Daily Telegraph" which ran for seven years


Constantine made her television debut when &Granada_Sky_Broadcasting (ITV_Digital_Channels_Ltd) signed her and Woodall to present a daytime shopping show called "Ready to Wear", and they soon released their first fashion advice book, "Ready 2 Dress" in 2000 add something


They founded, a dot-com fashion advice business, and wrote their first fashion advice book in 2000, "Ready 2 Dress", both of which failed add something


Constantine began co-hosting "What Not to Wear" with Trinny Woodall in 2001, which required using her fashion advice and expertise in order to reform participants' appearances and fashion style add something


From there they were commissioned to BBC Two to host the style series, "What Not to Wear", from 2001 to 2005 add something


Adding to its success, the show was nominated for the Features Award at the BAFTAS in both 2002 and 2003 add something


During her time co-hosting "What Not to Wear" for five series, she and Woodall gained recognition for their work on the show, winning a Royal Television Society Award in 2002 for being the best factual presenters add something


For charity, in 2002 during the BBC's "Children in Need" programme, both Constantine and Woodall performed their own version of Madonna's hit single "Vogue" with a group of celebrity backing singers add something


In 2002, Constantine advised Jeremy Clarkson on a celebrity version of "What Not to Wear" add something


In 2002, while on a visit to the Cannes Film Festival, Constantine and Woodall were the victims of gem thieves add something


Their most successful book to date, "What Not to Wear", was published in 2002 which displayed striking chapters such as "Big Tits", "No Tits" and "Big Bum" with fashion advice for each category add something


Lesley Joseph - In 2002, Joseph appeared on a special edition of "What Not to Wear", where she was given a makeover by Trinny Woodall and Susannah Constantine


Trinny Woodall - Woodall and Susannah Constantine became the targets of gem thieves during a visit to the Cannes film festival in 2002


Carol Vorderman was involved in a feud with Constantine and Woodall in 2003 add something


In 2003, when Constantine and Woodall were interviewed for the first time on "Parkinson", actress Meg Ryan had a controversial interview with Michael Parkinson, which resulted in negative publicity for Ryan add something


Other success with the book includes winning a British Book Award in 2003 for the TV & Film Book of the Year add something


They became the faces of Nescafé in 2003 in which they were featured in television advertisements promoting the brand of coffee add something


Constantine appeared on "Children in Need" in 2004, which included a special segment in which she gave the fictional "EastEnders" characters Little Mo and Mo Harris a makeover in the style of "What Not to Wear", commenting on them with her usual "no nonsense" approach add something


Following its ratings success, "What Not to Wear" was promoted from BBC Two to BBC One in 2004, and secured even larger audiences add something


Sophie Raworth - In 2004 Raworth appeared on the BBC fashion show "What Not to Wear", in which she was given a makeover by style advisors Trinny Woodall and Susannah Constantine


Jo Brand - In 2004, Brand appeared in a special episode of "What Not to Wear", where fashion gurus Trinny Woodall and Susannah Constantine gave her a makeover


Trisha Goddard - For a "What Not to Wear" Christmas special aired on 22 December 2004, Goddard was given a fashion makeover by Trinny Woodall and Susannah Constantine


In 2005, Constantine voiced a robot version of herself in the science fiction series, "Doctor Who" add something


To coincide with Constantine's move from the BBC to ITV1 in 2006, she co-launched an underwear range with Woodall called "Trinny and Susannah Magic Pants" add something


Constantine and Woodall have designed their own clothing range for Littlewoods which made its debut in 2007, followed by the release of their latest fashion advice book, "The Body Shape Bible" add something


Constantine and Woodall have dressed over 5,000 women as of 2007 add something


" was transmitted in June 2007, and it maintained the format of series one which saw Constantine and Woodall advising couples who were finding problems within their marriage add something


The pair's latest book, "The Body Shape Bible", was published on 18 September 2007 add something


On 20 September 2007, Constantine and Woodall launched their own exclusive Littlewoods women's clothing range which consists of trousers, coats and tops which like their underwear range, are designed to make certain areas appear slimmer add something


Broadcasting was scheduled for 7 November 2007 and the programme is newly entitled "Trinny & Susannah Undress The Nation" add something


On 5 November and 28 December 2007 Constantine and Woodall appeared on "Good Morning America" and performed makeovers on three women for the show and gave style advice according to the women's shapes add something


They reported on the fashion at the 80th Academy Awards especially for the show in 2008 add something


Episode 1, part 1 aired Monday 21 June 2010 with daily updates, Mon-Thurs until 16 July, at ://www add something


In August 2014, Constantine was one of 200 public figures who were signatories to a letter to "The Guardian" opposing Scottish independence in the run-up to September's referendum on that issue add something


In 2015 Constantine flew to Australia to compete in the 2015 series of I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here add something


She became the first to be eliminated after having the fewest votes on 27 November 2015 add something


On 21 August 2018, it was announced that Constantine would be a contestant on the sixteenth series of "Strictly Come Dancing" add something