Tonight it is down to the last two contestants on Design Star and the gloves have officially come off. Matt and Jennifer will be duking it out to see who will be crowned the ultimate design star and win their own show on HGTV.
Sara Evans is becoming a regular in the reality TV world. Her most famous reality TV appearance was likely her turn as a celebrity dancer on Dancing With The Stars. Last week, she made an appearance on the reality game show Million Dollar Password.
Recently we got to sit down and ask the latest designer to leave the HGTV hit show Design Star some tough questions. We wanted to know how he felt about the show so far and boy did he tell us!
HGTV Design Star is returning for a third season on HGTV, and this time it will take place in Nashville, Tennessee. HGTV Design Star 3 premieres on Sunday, June 8, at 9 PM ET/PT. The series will run through Sunday, August 3.
On the season finale of HGTV Design Star 2, host Clive Pearse
re-introducted the nine previously eliminated finalists. After the
nine eliminated finalists talked about life after the show, the final
two contestants, Todd Davis and Kim Myles, were brought out.
In the second season of HGTV Design Star, there are only two finalists
left standing. The two finalists are artist/landscape architect Todd
Davis, 35, of San Francisco and hairstylist/design enthusiast Kim
Myles, 34, of New York City. Todd and Kim have outlasted nine other designers, architects,
decorators and artists and have survived seven rigorous design makeover
challenges. Todd and Kim are competing to win the prize of becoming
host of a prime time TV series on HGTV and being featured in InStyle
Home magazine. The winner will be unveiled in the season finale on
September 16, at 9 PM ET/PT on HGTV.
HGTV Design Star is down to the last two finalists — landscape
architect Todd Davis, 35, of San Francisco and hairstylist Kim Myles,
34, of New York City. Todd and Kim, who are competing to win their own
series on HGTV and a feature in In Style Home magazine, survived six
rigorous design challenges and bested nine other designers, architects,
decorators and artists during the grueling competition that began with
challenges in Las Vegas.
With its sophomore season attracting more than 19.5 million viewers to
date, HGTV Design Star is already gearing up for its third season. The
show’s producers have announced the launch of a third nationwide search for
professional and novice designers, architects and artists who believe
they have the talent, expertise and on-camera skills to host their own
show on HGTV. The network will accept submissions for the third season
postmarked between Sunday, September 2, 2007 and Wednesday, October 31,
2007. Viewers can get applications, entry rules and additional
information about the search by visiting HGTV.com/DesignStar.
HGTV Design Star, the network’s top-rated series, is back for a high
stakes second season in Las Vegas with 11 new finalists who are ready
to roll the dice for a chance to win the jackpot – a starring role in
his or her own HGTV show. The competing finalists, many of whom run
their own interior design businesses, are self-taught or formally
trained and include a stay-at-home mom, a video game designer, a
celebrity party planner, a landscape architect, a hairstylist and a
former fashion model. The HGTV Design Star season two finalists are
Scott Corridan, Santa Barbara, Calif.; Todd Davis, San Francisco,
Calif.; Josh Foss, St. Paul, Minn.; Josh Johnson, Hendersonville,
Tenn.; Neeraja Lockart, Palm Springs, Calif.; Robb Mariani, Orlando,
Fla.; Lisa Millard, Berwick, Pa.; Kim Myles, New York City; Adriana
Nussbaumer, Rancho Santa Margarita, Calif.; Christina Ray, Atlanta, Ga.
and Will Smith, Charlotte, N.C.
The die is cast, the expert judging panel is back and 11 finalists have
been selected to compete during the second season of the original
interior design competition, HGTV Design Star. It’s anyone’s guess
which finalist will walk away with the coveted prize – his or her own
show on HGTV, but when the reality series hits the strip in Las Vegas,
each one will hope for a kiss from Lady Luck. Hosted by Clive Pearse,
who also hosts the network’s top-rated real estate series Designed To
Sell, HGTV Design Star will begin its nine-week run with the Design
Star Casting Special on Sunday, July 22 at 10 p.m. ET/PT and then air
weekly its regular time slot beginning Sunday, July 29 at 9 p.m. ET/PT
through September 16.