Before the bracing torrent of anecdotes and stories issues forth—from an early love of paisley to getting bullied to meeting Cher; from coming out to heady fame to Botox and plastic surgery; all of this delivered lightning-fast and filled with gossipy charm and witty one-liners—Carson Kressley observed some mints and a bottle of still water in front of him.“Life Savers and water!I’ll have fresh breath and be hydrated,” he said brightly.
He is also the motivational host of the TV show How to Look Good Naked.He began as an independent stylist, then worked for Ralph Lauren from 1994 until 2002, working in several areas including menswear and corporate advertising.His leap into television took place in 2003 when he gained great exposure as the "fashion savant" on Queer Eye when the show debuted on the Bravo cable television network.In May 2007, he acted as a judge on reality series Crowned: The Mother of All Pageants where mother and daughter teams compete in a beauty pageant. Kressley appeared as the Master of Ceremonies on Cyndi Lauper's True Colors Tour 2008. He was a host on the ABC series True Beauty, along with Vanessa Minnillo and Beth Stern.In 2011, Kressley began a show on the Oprah Winfrey Network titled Carson Nation.In September 2011, Kressley was a participant on the 13th season of Dancing with the Stars, partnered with professional dancer Anna Trebunskaya.
Kressley proved to be a fan favorite, but was voted off week five of the competition.
He remains active and visible on television as a fashion critic or commentator.
Kressley frequently appears on Good Morning America and for the E!
Carson Lee Kressley (born November 11, 1969) is a television personality, actor and designer.
He was the fashion expert on the American television program Queer Eye, where he was one of the show's "Fab Five".
His family raised ponies and he competed in equine events from an early age, was a member of the U. World Cup Saddle Seat equitation team in 1999 and won a world championship in 2009.