by Mike Vulpo | Wed., Nov. 23, 2016 5:30 AM
Intimidated of crowds, parking lots and shopping malls this Black Friday weekend? There's a TV that could help you out.
While millions of shoppers prepare to travel around town searching for a great deal, some are staying home and getting their shopping done through the small screen.
What could we possibly mean? Oh yes, we're talking about QVC.
The home shopping channel features everything from electronics and bedding to beauty products and fashion. And as it turns out, some familiar faces in Hollywood take their product lines to the network.
In honor of one of the biggest shopping weekends of the year, we're taking a look at the most famous stars who sell their products regularly on QVC. Happy shopping...from home!
The fashion designer and Project Runway All Stars judge has found huge success thanks to his fashion line that includes accessories, shoes, jewelry and much more.
The Dancing With the Stars favorite brings her fashion line cee bee to the shopping channel. Described as a line of performance-fitted, fashionable activewear, the items are ideal for women on the go. And from what we've seen online, the leggings are top-rated.
She doesn't call herself the Queen of QVC for nothing! The Shark Tank star never fails to impress shoppers with her clever and unique items. Whether she's showcasing her own products such as the spinning jewelry cabinet and closet hanger or her greatest investments like Scrub Daddy and ScreenMend, she has something for everyone.
When not filming her popular daytime talk-show, the comedian can be seen on QVC live from Burbank showing off her home ítems. From Christmas trees for the house to luxurious throws for your pet, Ellen shares her love of home and the holidays with her festive collection.
Feeling hungry? The Food Network star wants anyone at home to make their favorite recipes with her bakeware, cookware and other kitchen tools. And even if you're not in the market for new items, it sure is fun to watch her whip up plenty of tasty food.
She may experience her fair share of drama on Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. But for this Bravo star, she's also incredibly talented at designing clothes that women can't get enough of. Her fashion line is a regular fixture in clothing shows on QVC.
The Fashion Police co-host serves as C. Wonder's creative director and on-air guest for QVC. According to the shopping channel, the brand can be described as "sophisticated preppy, and chic with a fun bohemian twist and is inspired by the exploration of global travel and how those treasures become part of your life."
The late comedian's sense of style continues to live on through her Joan Rivers Classics Collection featured prominently on QVC. Whether it's her fan-favorite watches, beauty products or accessories, Joan Rangers across the country can still be inspired by Joan's love for fashion.
Courtesy of QVC
The What Not to Wear star brings his sense of style to viewers through his Kelly by Clinton Kelly line. From blazers and jackets to dresses and skirts, these items are something every woman would like to wear.
Drew Scott and Jonathan Scott—better known as the Property Brothers—bring their home expertise to shoppers thanks to their Scott Living line. Featuring bedding, outdoor lights, furniture and more, these talented guys can help turn any house into a home.
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