Tampa's Kathleen Selman a finalist for Macy's Million Dollar Makeover
Macy's Million Dollar Makeover with Clinton Kelly is back, and ONCE AGAIN, we have a finalist from Tampa Bay! In January, thousands of people applied via Macy's Facebook page with a short video or essay talking about their professional goals in either fashion, food or home inventions -- and why they deserve to win $1 million.
Macy's picked Kathleen Selman of Tampa as one of three finalists. She's a mother of five and an Army wife who calls herself a “fierce, busy perfectionist." She invented a line of LED light clutches called "Sweet Athena" that help you see inside your purse in places like dark movie theaters. NEED ONE. She hopes to sell them in Macy's.
Watch Kathleen and the other two finalists go before judges Tommy Hilfiger, Marcus Sameulsson and Martha Stewart and vie to win on a one-hour special airing at 7 p.m. Tuesday on TLC.
Good luck, Kathleen!
Deal Diva Stephanie
Photo: That's Kathleen Selman, via Macy's