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First, she became one of America’s favorite TV personalities when she showed us that no hair salon is past saving, but soon Tabatha Coffey figured out the could use her incredible entrepreneurial skills, no-nonsense approach, and savvy business expertise to saves businesses across all industries. With the season debut of her hot show “Tabatha Takes Over” on Bravo tonight, we are once again shown what make Tabatha Coffey so widely credited for her ability to help struggling businesses and transform people’s lives. In addition to Tabatha Coffey’s job saving troubled businesses as star of Bravo’s hit series “Tabatha Takes Over,” she is also busy being an author and entrepreneur.

“Tabatha has expanded her television presence to include a recurring guest co-hosting role on the CBS daytime series “The Talk.” In 2011 and 2012 Coffey shined on the red carpet as Award Show Correspondent for TV Guide Channel at the Academy Awards and appeared as an expert on Fashion Wrap to critique red carpet looks for the Grammy Awards and the Academy Awards. She is also regularly featured as an editorial stylist and contributing writer for fashion and beauty publications including People StyleWatch and PopSugar and she is a regular guest on Sirius’ Larry Flick radio show.

As a sought after public speaker, Coffey has spoken at national beauty industry shows and major business and non-profit events around the world. She has presented at awards shows, including numerous GLAAD Media Awards and Human Rights Commission events. Coffey’s recent accolades include being voted “Most Addictive Reality Star” by fans at the LOGO Network’s Fourth Annual NewNowNext Awards.

Coffey’s memoir, It’s Not Really About the Hair: The Honest Truth About Life, Love, and the Business of Beauty (2011; Harper Collins/ItBooks) is in its fourth printing. The book consistently sold out at venues across the country during Coffey’s national book tour in cities including Los Angeles, Miami, New Orleans, Philadelphia, Austin, Atlanta, New York City, Chicago, Toronto, Minneapolis, Boston and Columbus.

While she has made her mark on reality and daytime television, the red carpet and the best-selling author list, Coffey’s “roots” began in the hair industry. From the beginning of her career when she was 14-years- old, to training with Vidal Sassoon in London, to her television debut on Bravo’s “Shear Genius” (2007), Coffey has devoted her professional life to achieving excellence in hair design and education.”

Here “The King Of Kamelot” sits down #InTheLab with one of Television’s most popular personalities right before the season debut of “Tabatha Takes Over” this Thursday April 4th at 10pm to talk about the exciting new turnarounds to expect this season, how she has been able to translate expertise in the hair business to fixing troubled businesses in the real world, her upcoming speaking schedule and why she is so passionate about inspiring people, how she uses social media to engage her fans and stay current, and soo much more!  Also make sure to catch her on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen right after the season premiere!