"I keep telling Michael Symon to stop cuffing his pants and wearing his shirts untucked," says Kelly, "because it makes his legs look shorter than they already are."
If Symon seems to get the brunt of Kelly's constructive criticism, it's because the style guru doesn't even want to bother with Mario Batali.
"I would make over Mario, but I don't know if Mario Batali would be Mario Batali without the scrunchy and the Crocs … what am I gonna do with him?"
Kelly stopped by "Daily Shot" to talk about "The Chew" and his current gig as the spokesperson for mangos. (Who knew mangos needed a spokesperson?)
"Someone's got to get the word out," he says. "One cup of mango has just 100 calories and 100 percent of your vitamin C." He then gave a demo on the best way to tell if a mango is ripe, as well as a quick and easy way to slice one up.
To see that, and to hear Clinton explain why "What Not to Wear" is ending after 10 years, watch this episode of "Daily Shot."