Rachael Ray: Tip-Off Fashion Makeover & For What It’s Worth VH1 Review

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Rachael Ray: “Tip-Off” Makeover

On Rachael’s “Tip-Off” show, she’ll bring in four of her friends who are DIY and fashion gurus to battle it out. Who has the best advice for snazzing up your waredrobe: Gretta Monahan or Amy E. Goodman? DIY geniuses John Gidding and Taniya Nayak show you how to spray paint and turn bowls into statement pieces in your home. Then, a guest gets a total makeover from the fashion “tip-off” mavens.

Rachael Ray: Tip-Off Fashion Makeover & For What It's Worth VH1 Review

On March 4, Rachael will have her celebrity makeover and DIY professionals help her viewers get the most out of their closets and homes.

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Rachael Ray: Fashion “Tip-Off”

Break out the scissors and forget your Pinterest DIY directions. Amy E. Goodman and Greta Monahan are showing you how to turn a plain t-shirt into your new favorite blouse. Rachael brought in her best fashion advice for this edition of “tip-off.” Are your favorite heels looking drab? The women show you how to add sparkle and shine to a pair of shoes.

Rachael Ray: DIY “Tip-Off”

Lady and gentleman, start your power tools and may the best DIY-er win! John Gidding and Taniya Nayak have tips, tools and tricks for you to get the most out of your home. Nayak shows us the best way to spray paint and how to jazz up a blah wastebasket. Gidding is working with plastic bowls to create a piece of functional artwork for your home.

Rachael Ray: Music “Tip-Off” & For What It’s Worth

Gary Dell’Abate and Jon Hein are the hosts of VH1’s For What It’s WorthThe show has them looking through old pop culture and music memorabilia to find out what it’s worth. They delve through a giant vinyl collection and weird, old Mr. T dolls. VH1 sends them to places only the most diehard of celebrity culture fans would find fun. Is it weird that a celebrity hair vault, containing samples from Marilyn Monroe, is actually fascinating? I can’t wait to see what everyday Joes bring to The Warehouse, where the hosts put a price tag on their collectables.

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Rachael has them in the studio for a music trivia “tip-off.” If they do well, the audience might just win something!

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