Alyssa Milano will host 'Project Runway All Stars' Season 3
The star of ABC's "Mistresses" (which premieres Monday night) will join returning judges Isaac Mizrahi and Georgina Chapman on "All Stars," according to The Hollywood Reporter. Milano replaces Season 2 host Carolyn Murphy, who in turn took over for Angela Lindvall.
The returning "Project Runway" designers for the next "All Stars" edition haven't been announced yet. It could happen soon, though, as production is scheduled to begin later this month in New York for a fall premiere. It won't interfere with "Mistresses," which finished production months ago.
Milano has never appeared on "Project Runway" before, but she does have some experience in the fashion world: She heads up a line called Touch by Alyssa Milano that sells sports-logo clothes for women.