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Not necessarily in our relationship, but in life,” shares Kelly, who juggles the popular makeover series with his other job as the lifestyles expert on ABC’s “The Chew” and is also writing another book.“We’re both in places right now personally in our private lives that are just really peaceful,” continues Kelly, who married Damon Bayles in 2009.
“So we come to work and we have a great time with each other. But at the same time, it’s like – she goes home and I go home and it is what it is.
In that interview, we focused on what you must do in life versus what everyone says you must do.
It’s a really strong concept and it’s so important for artists. We were catching up for a minute and he said he was going to meet his friend, Stacy.
That’s why I like to find women who are making a difference. NO: Antarctica was a pretty amazing place to shoot. Their culture is completely first world and so different from what we know. NO: I’m working on more paintings and murals and focusing on my own art.
I didn’t go there for a specific shoot but my friends got married there and we did some portrait stuff and landscapes. I’m doing a project with Pier 59 Studios for New York Fashion Week.
I’m also developing a brand called Nion Life and the podcast will be rebranded into Nion.
Kelly admitted that he and London are not exactly besties when the camera stops rolling."Stacy and I have worked so closely together for 10 years – ridiculously close – that we’re at a point where...” the 43-year-old says, trailing off for moment. There were some seasons where we just could not look at each other,” he adds before clarifying, “Actually, I feel like that was one season to be perfectly honest.”And now?
“We’re at this point where Stacy and I have evolved so much as people over the past 10 years – we really have learned so much about ourselves in the process of doing ‘What Not to Wear’ – that we have both come to a peace.
I interviewed Erv Braun, the father of Adam Braun, philanthropist and founder of Pencils of Promise, and Scooter Braun, music talent manager and founder of record labels and media companies, School Boy Records and RMBG.
Erv escaped the Holocaust as a kid and moved to New York City.