Style expert Steven Cojocaru to give 'American Idol' finalists a Old Navy fashion makeover
By Reality TV World staff, 03/23/2004
Steven Cojocaru, style correspondent for NBC's Today show and contributing correspondent for the syndicated Entertainment Tonight, will team up with American Idol sponsor Old Navy to give the finalists a new look for an in-show segment to air Tuesday, March 23 (8-10 PM ET/PT) on FOX.
Cojocaru will lend his fashion expertise to the eleven remaining American Idol finalists, dressing them in Old Navy's hottest spring and summer styles.
Cojocaru has been a correspondent for "Entertainment Tonight" since 2003, providing the entertainment news magazine show with celebrity interviews, as well as his unique perspective on the latest fashions worn by stars. He is a weekly contributor to the Today show and has appeared in fashion and red-carpet specials for E! Entertainment Television and VH1's Behind the Music. His book "Red Carpet Diaries: Confessions of a Glamour Boy," released in paperback in January 2004, gives insider gossip about what really goes on behind the scenes of Hollywood's biggest award shows.
Five-time Emmy Award-nominee American Idol was created by Simon Fuller of 19TV and developed by FremantleMedia. Executive producers are Simon Fuller and Nigel Lythgoe for 19TV and Cecile Frot-Coutaz and Ken Warwick for FremantleMedia North America. 19 also manages such leading musical artists as Annie Lennox, Will Young, Kelly Clarkson, Ruben Studdard and Clay Aiken. FremantleMedia North America is one of America's foremost producers of reality-based entertainment programming for television, and has produced the IDOL format in more than 20 countries worldwide.
(Photo credit Fox)
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