Stacy London and Clinton Kelly are giving their friendship another shot.
The former “What Not to Wear” co-hosts opened up about their “emotional” reconciliation following their 10-year feud during Thursday’s episode of “Today with Hoda & Jenna.”
“I sobbed my eyes out,” London recalled. “I told Clinton everything that made me sad, everything that hurt me, every way I thought I hurt him. All the petty grudges. All the stupid crap.”
Kelly revealed he was the one to reach out to London toward the end of the pandemic in hopes of making amends.
“After seeing the same clickbait story over and over and over on Instagram about how much we hated each other, I was like, ‘I can’t take this anymore,’” he explained.
“Because we don’t really hate each other. We love each other, as a matter of fact.”
“We had a really emotional conversation,” Kelly, 54, added. “And we just talked through it all.”
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The duo — who hosted the TLC show from 2003 to 2013 — had been publicly feuding ever since Kelly blasted London, 54, in his 2017 book, “I Hate Everyone, Except You.”
At the time, the author openly wrote about his former co-host, admitting they spent “too much time” together against their “own free will,” per Today.
“For the first five years we worked together, I either adored her or despised her, and never anything in between,” he wrote.
“There’s a part of me that will love Stacy forever, and a part of me that would be just fine if I never saw her again for the rest of my life,” the “Chew” alum added.
“We had great chemistry, for sure. But just like when you combine baking soda and vinegar, after the fun part fizzles out, you’re left with a puddle of nothing in particular.”
Months after the book was released, London blocked Kelly on social media.
He later compared the social media diss to “getting a little slap in the face” during an episode of “The Chew.”
“I really don’t know whether she blocked me,” he said, adding that it might have been an accident.
In January 2018, London indirectly addressed their dispute with her Instagram followers.
“Last night, I was thinking about forgiveness,” she wrote. “It occurred to me that taking action like blocking people in order to feel some sense of control over other’s actions is a waste of my time.”
“I can’t stop people from the way they behave,” she continued. “I can’t stop them from being angry with me, hurtful to me, or indifferent to me.”
Now, the fashion duo are eager to make up for lost time with their upcoming 10-city live tour, “The Stacy & Clinton Show.”
During the tour — which will take place from Oct. 5 to Oct. 18 — the co-hosts plan on dishing on their feud and sharing “behind-the-scenes stories of ‘What Not to Wear.’”
The style experts have also teased potentially returning to TV in the future.