LIVE WITH KELLY AND RYAN Announces 'Live's Style Regrets Contest'

Fashion fails happen to the best of us, and Kelly Ripa and Ryan Seacrest are coming to the rescue. On today's LIVE WITH KELLY AND RYAN, the hosts announced "Live's Style Regrets Contest," an exciting makeover opportunity for anyone who's ever had a clothing or hair disaster.

"Live" has partnered with White Cloud® for the ultimate makeover contest: the chance to fix your biggest fashion fail. To apply, viewers should go to the show's website or Facebook page for details and to submit a photo of their most epic style regret, by 6 p.m. EDT on October 3. Five lucky winners will then be chosen to come to New York the week of October 16, where "Live" will help them turn their fashion flub into a fresh new look. For the makeovers, lifestyle expert and "Live" Fashion Guy Lawrence Zarian will give each winner a head-to-toe transformation.

About White Cloud KPLP manufactures White Cloud brand of products including the No.1-rated bath tissue, paper towels, facial tissues and napkins. Experts recently named White Cloud's Green Earth a recycled standout for the high-quality, eco-conscious tissue. KPLP also manufactures many private label products in the U.S. The Away-From-Home division manufactures and distributes high-quality, cost-effective product solutions to a wide range of commercial and public entities. KPLP has approximately 2,500 employees and operates eight FSC® COC-certified (FSC C-104904) production facilities in North America.

About "Live with Kelly and Ryan" "Live with Kelly and Ryan" is distributed in national Syndication by Disney|ABC Home Entertainment and TV Distribution. The show is produced by WABC-TV in New York and executive produced by Michael Gelman, Kelly Ripa and Ryan Seacrest. Visit "Live" on the web (, Facebook and Instagram (@LiveKellyandRyan), and Twitter and SnapChat (@LiveKellyRyan).

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