As their ratings continue to fall, Jaci Stephen says to Trinny and Susannah Oh, do put 'em away! By Jaci Stephen for MailOnline. Updated: GMT, 26 September
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The presenters wanted hundreds of people to take part in the stunt for their latest television programme, The Great British Body, creating a metre long human sculpture in the great outdoors in celebration of the male and female form. They held a series of roadshows around the country urging willing volunteers to sign up, promising to go naked themselves. But viewers of the final programme will see fewer than people assemble on the Sussex Downs on the allotted day - short of the minimum number needed for designer Kit Line to craft his sculpture. Pixie Geldof is a Tatler cover girl. British authors of 'new Harry Potter' land million-dollar Hollywood film contract. Cheers and Frasier star Kelsey Grammer suffers 'mild' heart attack. The duo, Trinny Woodall and Susannah Constantine, are forced to hit the phones and beg for more volunteers, drafting in friends and appealing on local radio stations in a last-ditch effort to raise the numbers.
The stylist exposed her nipples as she sported a striped white shirt and flowing culottes which were accessorised with a black tie belt. She had clearly chosen to ditch her lingerie with her assets impossible to miss underneath her long top. That wasn't the end of her fashion disaster as she admitted her bandage was "falling out" as she talked through the outfit her daughter was wearing. But Trinny appeared completely unfazed by the embarrassing wardrobe malfunctions as she offered advice on how mothers and daughters can wear similar items of clothing but in different ways.
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