Welcome to my fan site!

Posted on September 13th, 2010 in About Me | 1,085 comments »

Hi Guys…

Finally I have my very first, fully fabulous, fan site!! Yay!!

Thanks for stopping by and I hope you enjoy your time here.

I decided to create this site so you guys could learn more about me, hear what I have to say about everything from fashion to food and also so I can let you know personally what I am getting up to (wink). I will also be uploading pictures of my life as well as video footage from back stage at glam’ events and behind the scenes in TV land.

Also, each month I will send out a newsletter packed full of exciting news and gossip. So sign up NOW!

Remember – It’s not what you know, it’s what you’re wearing when you know it!

Much Love,

Aunty G.


1,085 Comments on “ Welcome to my fan site! ”

  • Megan on September 14th, 2010 at 7:06 pm

    Hello!!! i really LOVE what you do, you inspire me!! i would really like to meet you, is there anyway i can?? xx megan (:

  • Samantha Melton on September 14th, 2010 at 9:26 pm

    hey Gok, love ur fan site, i check it on a daily basis mainly to find out when ur doing ur book signing tour. and i also follow on twiiter you are amazing keep up the good work!!!! <3

  • Lindsey Martin on September 15th, 2010 at 10:26 am

    Hi Gok finally you have your own websitelol well done I think you are fantastic and love watchig all your shows you are one top bloke I love the way you make women feel special and look amazing on your shows I think everyone should have a Gok Wan in there lives love you Gok xx

  • Penny Kennedy on September 15th, 2010 at 10:28 am

    YAY about time too.
    Can’t wait to see my first GOK-MAIL arrive – feel free to use that if you like- Sod Hotmail, get Gokmail :-)

    I’ve just retweeted your link to all my followers, and about to email the world.

    Good luck on your new venture
    Mucho big hugs
    Penny xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

  • Jacinta Dalton on September 15th, 2010 at 10:29 am

    Congratulations on your new website…another link to the fabulous world of Gok! I look forward to your tweets every day…and as for the recent ones on de-cluttering- fantastic…Just have to do it now.

    Thank you for standing up for all the curvy women in the world! Mwah!
    Jacinta Galway, Ireland x x

  • Shelley on September 15th, 2010 at 10:30 am

    The site is looking faaaaaaaaabulous sweetie
    Can’t wait to see more
    Are we gonna see pics of you in your mankini in LA? hehee

    Love n Hugs

  • Kerri on September 15th, 2010 at 10:32 am

    Good luck with the site Gok, I love it!!!!!!! You are fab and I love you!! There are so many of us ladies that are not happy with our bodies and you do a great job of improving confidence. We need more Gok’s!! Love ya gorgeous!! MWAH xx

  • Megan Meyers on September 15th, 2010 at 10:36 am

    Love the new site. Will be checking back often! xx

  • Lei Lei on September 15th, 2010 at 10:38 am

    GOK.. just wanted to say!
    met you monday at Legally blondee!!
    thanks for the photo!!
    friends are veryyyyyyyyy Jealous!!!

    love ya
    lei x

  • Lauren on September 15th, 2010 at 10:38 am

    Hi Gok! When will you be doing a book signing? I want to come and meet youuu!!!!!!!! Let us know! :) xxxx

    [Hi Lauren – all my book signing dates will be published in Events here: http://www.gokwan.com/forthcoming-events/ x]

  • mo bennie on September 15th, 2010 at 10:41 am

    You are magnifico….God Gok….I so need to be Gokkkkddd….50 something disaster going on!!!

  • Emma stephenson on September 15th, 2010 at 10:42 am

    Woohoo gok <3 ya site, and u haha x

  • Levi on September 15th, 2010 at 11:00 am

    1. I LOVE YOU! <3

    2. When you do your book signings…do they have to be bought from the store that day or can we preorder your book via your website (which links to amazon) and bring that along?

  • SKy on September 15th, 2010 at 11:44 am

    Love your website, love you! Thanks for making us ladies (and gents) feel amazing about ourselves xxx

  • Deve on September 15th, 2010 at 12:46 pm

    You are an angel to all women! – xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

  • Amanda on September 15th, 2010 at 1:23 pm

    Hey Gok! Lovin’ the website and can’t wait to get the first newsletter into my inbox (finally it will have some class!). Really looking forward being able to keep up to date with you and reading your new book! Would love you see you over in Belfast, just for the chance to say Hi in person!

    Lots of Love
    Amanda xx

  • Callie on September 15th, 2010 at 1:32 pm

    Hey Gok lovin this new site,I also follow u on twitter.
    I think ur amazing and think that everyone should have a Gok in their life.
    Im a new mummy and has never really known what to wear and not to wear but thanks to your shows books and website im going to look and feel fab at an up coming weddings.

    So a big thanks
    Love ya
    Callie xxx

  • Sarah on September 15th, 2010 at 1:35 pm

    Awesome new web site Gok, I love what you do.

  • Jen on September 15th, 2010 at 2:02 pm

    Gok! you are a true inspiration to many women :)
    love this site and of course twitter. one day i would love to meet you :)
    Jen xx

  • kelly on September 15th, 2010 at 2:53 pm

    Hi Gok,
    I love your fansite and have been checking it daily for information on your book signings as i would love to come along and meet you. I have just checked them now and am so gutted that i won’t be able to make it to a signing near me as the date of the signing is actually the date i am due to give birth to my second child!! But also would like to say that there are so many of us ladies that are not happy with our bodies and you do a great job of improving confidence and i think you are absolutely fantastic
    xxx Kelly :)

  • Sarah bennett on September 15th, 2010 at 2:54 pm

    Gok is God

  • rachel richardson on September 15th, 2010 at 3:29 pm

    Hello my gorgeous friend,I still live the naked dream,thankyou x
    Owe you soooo much….but hey….look at your site…..INT IT NICE?!!!! xxx
    mmmmmwwwwwwaaaahhhhh xxxxx

  • Jacqui on September 15th, 2010 at 4:06 pm

    Eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee! You’re coming to Bluewater, can’t wait!

  • Sarah Clelland on September 15th, 2010 at 4:27 pm

    Oh Gok love you so so much and i am your biggest fan darling xx
    cannot wait for your book signing to see you again love you so much !!!!!!!

    <33333 love you !xxxxxxxxxxxx

  • Katie. (: on September 15th, 2010 at 5:31 pm

    GOK! (: i ADORE you.
    but come closer for a book signing?!
    Leeds? (: i reeeeeeeeally NEED to meet you !!!
    PLEASEEEE :)) xxxxxx

  • AimeeX on September 15th, 2010 at 5:46 pm

    Hi Gok
    i’m Aimee, and I am a HUGEEEE fan
    like the most devoted fan you will EVER MEET
    and i love you and htink that your aswesome and great and groovy and welllll
    myi nspiration for life and everyhtign and fashion and eveyrhing
    your fansite is amazingly incredible and SOOO cant wait to be a part of it
    i love you so much

  • Martina on September 15th, 2010 at 6:15 pm

    Fabulousness in abundance Gok. Thrilled to see the website up an running, and may I add, about time too, love. xxx

  • rosie from ireland on September 15th, 2010 at 6:56 pm

    ho gok
    i hope you do some book sighing here in newry , northern ireland
    in waterstones
    cant wait to read u book
    love rosie

  • Jo Bown on September 15th, 2010 at 7:10 pm

    Hi Gok, really love the site, fantastic idea. Have just seen you are coming to norwich on 14 October for one of your book signings, cant wait. Follow you always on twitter, love your comments, always make me smile. You are a real inspiration to us women, you do a fantastic job, well done you! See you soon in norwich, hope you like it, lots of love xxxxx

  • Mandy Potter on September 15th, 2010 at 8:05 pm

    Love your new Fan site. Looking forward to meeting you at Jarrolds in Norwich on the 14th October, perhaps I could give you a quick flash so you can tell me what my body shape is lol !!! Tried to get seats for the evening when you are at Delia Smith’s Restaurant but unfortunately it’s sold out, so sad!!! maybe next time eh…You are a GENIUS and I look forward to receiving your newsletter each month Take care XxX

  • Debbie O'Connor on September 15th, 2010 at 8:41 pm

    Hi Gok

    I am a teacher in a secondary school in Cumbria. A group of my pupils from Year 9 have been doing some research on young peoples perceptions of ‘ the ideal body ‘ their findings are both scary and interesting. They are working with groups of 11 year old boys and girls and most of them believe that all girls need to grow up to look like Cheryl Cole. They are now developing workshops that they are going to run to challenge perceptions of body image.
    These Year 9s have organised this themselves and they have come to me off their own back for some support with the development of resources. I am very proud of these ‘girls on a mission’ and they have been inspired by you and the programmes you have presented.
    It would be great if you could contact them because I believe they deserve a ‘pat on the back’ from their hero!!!!

  • Rachael on September 15th, 2010 at 8:44 pm

    Hi Gok..love your fan site; I think you are such an inspiration xxx..please keep up the good work, I’m especially interested in BodyImage being included in the schools curriculum. Is there anything I could do to get invovled? Would love to meet you one day! Let us know if you’re ever in Kent?! love Rachael xxx

  • Bee on September 15th, 2010 at 10:32 pm

    Hi Gok and congrats on the fab fan site. You are an inspiration to us all – I know if I look good now as my husband says I’ve been Goked. You make us all feel so good.

    Be happy and keep smiling.

  • Andrea on September 15th, 2010 at 11:34 pm

    Hello lovely Gok, do you have an agent whom I could contact for a fashion/business plan where I desperately need your support and expertise? Much love x

  • Deborah Beetlestone on September 15th, 2010 at 11:48 pm

    Loving the idea of your fan site and looking forward to learning all about you and your ‘adventures’.

  • Zoe Taylor on September 16th, 2010 at 3:51 am

    You’re just blinkin awesome!! Coming to Aberdeen on your book tour at all? Or anywhere in Scotland? Hope so!! I want a Gok-hug!! Xxx

  • Zoe on September 16th, 2010 at 8:40 am

    Hi Aunty G, congratulations on the new website! I watch all your shows you really are an inspiration. I’d love to have the confidence you display and encourage in others. I’ve recently started to lose some weight actually, I’m at 18.5lbs in 8 weeks, but still have a long way to go and if I’m honest I have never felt so awful about myself. I know that your open about your weight loss, and I was just wondering if there was any advise you had. Its seems to be taking my confidence with it, as well as my boobs lol! Mucho love, Zoe xx

  • jane thomson on September 16th, 2010 at 8:56 pm

    Type your comment hereHi Gok love your fan site! I work for Wilkinsons in Hinckley Near your Hometown! and a group of us Wilko Workers are trying to make a Naked Calander for Charity! we would love you to help us with some advice! xxxxx

  • tracey on September 17th, 2010 at 2:38 pm

    you are truly amazing at what you do and the way you can make so many people look and feel good. Like yourself, i too had a bad past and due to that and losing two sons i have been on anti-depressants for ten years, my weight has ballooned and i have little or no confidence. I don’t trust many people at all Gok, but i could trust you, and i am desperate for you’re help and support.
    please reply

  • Louise on September 17th, 2010 at 9:36 pm

    Your amazing! i would love to do something of the line of fashion hopefully see you at the clothes show! xxx

  • amy shield on September 18th, 2010 at 10:45 am

    hiaa aunty gok x
    ive seen you a couple of times filming how to look good naked and i went to glam in the city to see you x
    i love you ur my idol :) x
    LOVE YOU x

  • Enter your name here L.A on September 18th, 2010 at 10:46 am

    Will you be doing any book signings in Glasgow? We were at Glam in the City in Glasgow. Can’t wait to read this! xxx

  • Erin Reilly on September 18th, 2010 at 2:16 pm

    Heyy Aunty Gee! I abs love your show and think you are an inspiration to all women (and men tbh). Am really looking forward to your new book and wondering if you would do a signing in glasgow so i can see you xxxxxx Much Love and kisses xxxxx

  • Sylvia from Australia on September 19th, 2010 at 7:47 am

    Hey Gok! Thanks for being so wonderful and inspirational to us all! I watch your shows all the way from Melbourne, Australia and will be in the UK during October. Hopefully I’ll get the chance to see you at one of your book signing venues – fingers crossed! Thanks also for a great website and fabulous info you share with us all. Keeping my fingers crossed for my once-in-a-life-time chance to maybe see and meet you personally during October. Take care, Sylvia

  • Adelina on September 20th, 2010 at 7:03 pm

    hey Aunty G i really want to thank you for everything you do for us…love you:*:*

  • Theresa O'Connor on September 20th, 2010 at 10:44 pm

    Hello to my favourite Aunty, aunty Gok, the site is fab and I am so looking forward to your autobiography. You are an absolute inspiration to me because I have always struggeled with my weight and never been clothes orintated because as a child it wasn’t a priority and lived on hand-me-downs. I think you are amazing how you have turned your life around and share your knowledge with such a passion with us all.
    Thank you Aunty Gok
    Love always Theresa aka theresaoco xXx

  • Colleen Foyn on September 21st, 2010 at 6:35 am

    You are an inspiration to women all over the world :) In a world where media prides skinny over fat & we are made to feel repulsed by anything over an acceptable size, I find that you are a beacon of light, allowing us to find confidence in our curves again & realise that perhaps this sick obsession with all things skinny is just that …. a sick obsession. I still have days when I don’t like my body & wonder if anyone else will, but I need only to watch an episode of How to look good naked & I start to see beyond that. Thank you for making a difference in my life.


  • Gail Kops on September 21st, 2010 at 8:41 am

    A huge fan here and I can always count on you for inspiration and for putting a smile on my face. Your ability to make people believe in themselves and love their bodies and their inner spirit is such a gift. Big applause to you and for what you do! muwaaaaa xoxox

  • Natalie on September 21st, 2010 at 10:46 am

    GOK I love you so much! And your programmes, you always make eveb me feel better about myself. Pleeeeeease come to Newcastle or Gateshead Metro Centre for your Book Tour also as I see you aren’t at the mo :(.

    Love you Gokkkk! xox

  • mo bennie on September 22nd, 2010 at 7:56 am

    is looking to snog God….I mean Gok at one of his book signings……”Twitter has just licked my mushroom chow mein” xxx

  • noora pauliina grönroos on September 22nd, 2010 at 1:55 pm

    Thank u for your tv-show! It has really helped me to accept my body as it, I’m still working it but I’m heading to the right way. And I feel more and more confident every time I watch “How to look good naked”!! Thank you Gok and keep up the good work<3

  • katy on September 22nd, 2010 at 10:08 pm

    You are the best!!!! I work in doncaster and i really think you should come to us to do a signing, it would be awesome! and me and my friend are hoping to come see you at meadowhall on october :) Cant wait and keep up the brilliant work xxx

  • Evie Caras from Melbourne Australia on September 23rd, 2010 at 2:00 pm

    Hello Gok,

    You are truly an amazing person who loves to dress women and boost our confidence. I watch your shows here in Melbourne Australia and I would love to be GOK’ed one day.
    You are such a positive person and what you do for a living is simply amazing. Congratulations and continue the great work !
    Loads of love from Down Under(Australia)
    Evie Caras

    ps: even my husband loves watching your show. We are both in our 30’s and enjoy your tv shows. Brave Gok . xx :-)

  • Brooke on September 23rd, 2010 at 8:34 pm

    loving the site!!! so wish i had the confidence to fill out the application form for HTLGN :( need a serious dose of a fairy Gokmother :( you brighten up my wednesday nights! when’s the new series??? love ya! xxx

  • Brooke on September 23rd, 2010 at 8:35 pm

    also…why no book signings in Bonnie Scotland :( xx

  • Susan on September 24th, 2010 at 1:07 am

    God bless you Gok. The world is so much a better place for you being here. Your cheeriness and inspiring work is reaching many corners of the globe. Currently watching your shows every week night in Australia. The world needs a Fairy Gokmother to add some magic into daily life..

  • Cathy Dean on September 24th, 2010 at 5:39 pm

    Excellent news, been wondering why you didn’t have your own site for ages.

  • samantha foster on September 24th, 2010 at 10:23 pm

    Hey Gok,
    you are fantastic and i watch all your programmes to get some help in what i wear. i find it very difficult to find clothes to fit me (not cause im big) but i have a massive chest and a small waist. your shows help incredible
    thanks Gok

  • Kitty Cheater on September 25th, 2010 at 10:28 am

    Hello :)
    i absolutely LOVE! everything you do for people, your an amazing inspiration i love how you show girls and woman that they are beautiful no matter there size, and i definitely agree you have helped my confidence so much so thankyou 😀 keep doing what your doing
    one day i really!! hope to meet you
    love always
    hugs and kisses
    xxxx :)

  • mo bennie on September 25th, 2010 at 1:17 pm

    red leather kitten heel boots are coming to see you tomorrow….strutting my touche to see God Gok

  • susan on September 26th, 2010 at 2:27 am

    Hey Gok. Watch your shows every weeknight here in Brisbane Australia. I just love how you help so many people. You have taught me so much about body shape, to love and accept what you have got and how to make it look absolutely fab. You are an inspiration and the world is a better place forl you being in it.

  • Vicky on September 26th, 2010 at 7:09 pm

    Hey hun,

    I just wanted to say how great I think you are! I will mosy definately be buying your book! Huge congrats to you and the work you do. I’m sure you don’t get a chance to email people back, but I would love some advice on body dismorphia (god knows how to spell it! But I really need some help! I’ve been through some sad and desperate times) You ARE the man who can!

    Keep up the most excellent work Master G! Love youuuu! xxxx

  • gemma garland on September 26th, 2010 at 7:44 pm

    hey gok just to say i loved the fashion week in cabot circus it was the best i have ever seen hope you can come back soon and i could get your autograph because that will make me happy

    thanks for coming to bristol to make my day

    lots of love

    Gemma Garland x

  • Angelica on September 26th, 2010 at 8:25 pm

    From a Mexican Fan….
    Thank you for going against the current of the brain washing they try on us… “fix your nose, get a boob job, clear your skin, get silicone on your lips, lipo…”, etc etc. It´s a heavy wieght that the media has on women. Thank you for pushing the balance the other way, making so many women feel good about their bodies and fighting to value what is “normal”.
    Comming out of a divorce depression, you and your girls are a big inspiration.
    Thank you.
    Love your personality.

    PS. Feel like running to the wardrobe to throw out some clothes and put on a dress

  • Mark on September 27th, 2010 at 1:04 am

    Hi Gok, just a quick(ish) word of thanks to you and your ‘How To Look Good Naked’ show, I was watching one of your episodes about a lady who had varicose veins(thread veins), and you sent her off to the clinic to get them done, my other half has had very painful veins, much worse since she’s lost all but 11 stone in the last year!! so after showing her your prog, I convinced her to see her GP, she duly did and was sent on to the hospital for a consultation, turns out the veins in both legs were knackered, and one other thing, she had a blood clot in her right leg, this is hugely dangerous….the long and tall of it is this, if I hadn’t have watched your brilliant prog, my other half who’s only 33, could’ve dropped dead had the clot moved to her heart/lungs or brain, she had the vein and clot removed from the right leg 3 or so weeks ago, her leg has been sliced and diced, lots of pain and bad bruising, but she’s on the mend now, the left leg vein is to be removed around Xmas time….so from the bottom of my heart…..BIG BIG THANKS AUNTY G!! You are quite literally are a life saver!! I’m seriously in your debt…btw, I did meet you here in Leeds a few years ago, you opened and hosted a fashion show at Clarence Docks, I was the cab driver who’s cab you had to sprawl accross for piccies!! It has been a pleasure. Best regards and wishes to you, Mark V ps feel free to contact me to discuss it further if you so wish, I reckon she needs a Gok makeover!! ;-D

  • Naomi Parr on September 27th, 2010 at 8:29 pm

    Hi Gok,

    I missed your shows in Bristol at the weekend which I am gutted about. You have been inspirational to me and made me see that even though I am a big girl I am also beautiful, and I have some amazing assets.

    You are fantastic for our self esteem and I can’t wait to read your book. You are truly the most fabulous thing.

    Much love

    Naomi xxx

  • jeniffer corpuz on September 27th, 2010 at 8:46 pm

    hello gok!!!! thank you so much for making me realize that i am beautiful thick or thin hahahaha….love you and still enjoy watching your show….wish i can meet you someday

  • Carla on September 27th, 2010 at 9:24 pm

    Dear Gok
    I wish/want you to come to Amsterdam the Netherlands.
    We need (nay I need) someone to tell me how to dress, my wardrobe is all black, every day!
    Love what you’re doing. Stay fab. And you go with your bad self!
    Love from Amsterdam -x-

  • Emma Jane on September 27th, 2010 at 9:26 pm

    I LOVE YOU!! (‘: me and my mum used to watch you every time you were one :D, your a real inspiration, thank you

  • Jess on September 27th, 2010 at 9:33 pm

    Hello:) sorry but this has to be a bad note! On saturday you did a couple of shows in bristol. they were all really good, and i got to ask a question! i was so excited, and ive been your biggest fan for ages, so me and mates were desperate to get your autograph!! i asked you to sign my phone! stupid really, but you still promised! didnt happen though? all a bit gutted to be honest, especially when security came 15 minutes after the show to move us along. we were all desperate to see you!

  • Anthea on September 27th, 2010 at 9:36 pm

    Hi Gok! Me and my two young daughters went to see you at cabbot circus ‘ultimate fashion weekender’ , was sooo excited to hear u were in town, and WOW! u were amazing, went to 2 of your fashion shows, i luved the goody bags sooo much, i bought 4 of them, lol! I think u r truly amazing, and wish that more people were like u, u just make people like me, feel good about themselves, whatever their size, thanku GOK!, hope u r in Bristol again soon XXXX

  • Dora Guerrero on September 27th, 2010 at 9:47 pm

    Hello Gorgeous!!! I send you a big Hugs from México, i your big fan, good luck on your site!! :) and dont forget us on México!! :)

  • Savannah Harris on September 27th, 2010 at 10:48 pm

    I met you on Saturday! And I’m now a little obsessed with you! Hahaha! Signing up to this site right now! :)

  • nicola on September 27th, 2010 at 10:50 pm

    Hii gorgeous, I have just realised your book signing at my nearest waterstones on 21st oct and I can’t get the time off work :( :( I’m sooo gutted. I really wanted to meet you. You truly are such a fabulous role model and an amazing inspiration. I love your story and how strong you are. A lot has happened to me this year and I have become such a negative person, I could really do with your help. Please email me. hugs and loves xxxxx

  • Teddyliscious on September 28th, 2010 at 12:45 pm

    Hi Aunty G! ur absolutely fab! Love u and love your style… Much love from TANZANIA!!!

  • Zoe Jane. on September 28th, 2010 at 8:55 pm

    Do u know how excited I am 2 c this page….. Woo hoo! I bloody love it as much as I love u Gok!
    Addicted 2 my Blackberry I’m even worse now BYE BYE Facebook helloooooooo Gok I’ve even got u on my bookmark!
    I’m defo @ Bluewater 4 ur siging can’t wait plz keep us posted on times!
    Keep up the good work & stay fabulous :)
    love & cuddles Zoe xxxxxx

  • Donna Pickard on September 28th, 2010 at 9:35 pm

    This is great, I love watching your programmes. I look forward to your newsletter. I need all the help I can get. Keep up the great work.

  • Beck Dare on September 29th, 2010 at 11:45 am

    You are AMAZING, I live in Australia and I wish I had someone like you to inspire me!
    I watch every program that I can on you and wow you make me feel good about myself, I’m a bigger woman and through what you do i know i can be a sexy larger woman.
    Thank you so so much
    Beck much love to you

  • Jess Hawkins on September 29th, 2010 at 4:59 pm

    What happened to the Leicester book signing date? It’s disappeared from the list :( does this mean you’re not coming anymore?!

    I hope not because I was really looking forward to meeting you again.
    Oct 12 ’09, BEST DAY EVER!!!!!!!!!

    SNOGS xxxxx

  • Kathleen on September 29th, 2010 at 7:59 pm

    Hello My Gokalicious One.

    I have been singing all day then realised I was singing the tune to *I wanna be Bobby’s girl* but making it into *I wanna be a goki girl, I wanna be a Goki girl, thats the kind of girl I wanna be.. and if I was a goki girl, if I was a goki girl you would see the confidence in me* I also did the *im a goki girl in a goki world. hey hey looking at me glowwww*

    Anyhow I hope to be at the book signing in Norwich, be so good to actually meet you and maybe get the SNOG.

    Skips off practicing the code to get a SNOG

  • ruth on September 29th, 2010 at 9:26 pm

    Hi Gok, you probably never read these but i was a big fan of how to look good naked, and you always seem to say if you havent got curves your not a ‘real’ women. There are some women taht cant not gain weight ( like me who is a 8/10) and it is just as offensive to call someone skinny as it is to call someone fat. No one would ever go up to someone and call them fat, but its ok for people to call others skinny. I would really like to see more slimmer girls on your shows, everyone has body hang ups. If i get you to read this then that would be fab, but i hope you know that when you screw your nose up at women that arent over a 14 or whatever, that its really upsetting. ruth

  • Lauran on September 29th, 2010 at 10:00 pm

    Hello :) I absolutely love you! you are really amazing at what you do and even just watching the show I feel better and know what to wear for my body shape. I actually love you! You are my inspiration!!! xx

  • Tara Lawson on September 29th, 2010 at 10:16 pm

    OH MY DAYS… I’m so unbelievably excited about you coming to Belfast :):) You should deffo come here more often… I will outside from 6am… CANNOT WAIT… you are Stunning!!!!!!! xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx Much love Tara xxxxx

  • chelsea mitchell on September 30th, 2010 at 8:50 am

    im sorry to sound like everyone else,but i have a challenge that i think youd love.im a burlesque dancer and instructor,but for army wives living in germany.there husbands are away for months at a time,they never get told there sexy or beautifull,they just become a army wag and mother.not a woman,not themselves.im a ex army medic,and had no idea how these women lived untill i moved to germany with my partner…he wnt marry a stripper,lol.They have started calling me aunty gok as i help them with confidence and feeling sexy with the dancing,but this is on a huge scale.theres women practically giving up there own identity to support the men that support our country…and no one even knows about them.I understand your busy,and know you have to read billions of emails,but i know how much you love a challenge.speaking of which….the catwalk?a help for heroes charity event,including the wives putting on a burlesque show?i like a challenge to.lol.really hope your interested,thankyou xxx

  • Kristina on October 1st, 2010 at 12:23 am

    Hello Gok,

    thank you brightening up so many women’s lives with your panache, warmth and wit. Your lovely personality shines through everything you do and I have gained confidence and hope just by watching you go on a journey of discovery and self-acceptance alongside your “clients” on TV.

    Much love from New Zealand,
    Kristina x

  • Becky Fern on October 1st, 2010 at 12:43 am

    Gok your absolutely amazing and my most favourite person EVER! Me and my mum love you to pieces, we watch you everytime you are on the TV and when my mum was having her chemotherapy you made her feel much better about herself! I nearly fell off my seat when i found your new site! Your an inspiration to everyone! Lots of love x x x x x x

  • Loran on October 1st, 2010 at 3:01 pm

    Hello Gok, Hi Everyone,
    Im planning a suprise vow renewal for my parents in Nov this year and only have 4 Weeks to find the perfect outfit for my lovely mum! Shes only 43 and needs something modern, preferbly cream, but somthing that flatters the tum and bum area!! Shes really into Maxi dresses and wore the Analee dress in purple from coast to my wedding last year. If you have any ideas that would really help please do let me know.

    Thank you very much


  • Bev Chesters on October 1st, 2010 at 7:09 pm

    Hi Auntie Gok! Im soooo excited that you are coming to Milton Keynes on your book tour! It seems a bit of a cliche to say how inspirational and uplifting your message is, but you are a breathe of fresh air in this world of negatives, air-brushing and image bullying.

    All hail Auntie Gok, may you reign supreme!… ive voting GOK next election! XXX


  • Melissa on October 1st, 2010 at 7:51 pm

    Hello Aunty G

    Just wanted to say that I loved your first newsletter, and I can’t wait to get my paws on a copy of your book.

    Lovely to hear from you
    Big hug
    Melissa x

  • Rita@NZ on October 1st, 2010 at 8:45 pm

    Hi Gok, thanks for your recent visit to NZ – and Ponsonby’s SPQR Restaurant:-) My hubby works there behind the bar and I have been nagging him to get me an autograph from you since your first visit last year – and finally he got up the courage and asked you – THANK YOU!! It is now proudly above my desk here at home:-) I meant to drop you something I made in return but on your last day in NZ you did not pop back into the place – so I keep it here for when you return next time. It’s a hand made maori kete (flax bag for lack of other enlish word) and I made specially for you:-) I hope to get it to you eventually as I am a big fan of your shows and hopefully also your book – you are very, very inspirational! Kia Kaha (be strong) – Ka kite ano (see you again soon) – Rita
    PS: if you do not come down again here any time soon – let me know where to send it to in the UK and you shall have it in no time:-))

  • Rose Marie Armour on October 1st, 2010 at 9:13 pm

    Hey there Gok, just got the newsletter and totally excited to see your autobiography is going to be released soon and that your coming to Edinburgh and Glasgow. I hope the dates and times will be confirmed soon and hope to get along for a signing. Recently got married in St Lucia so would love a congratulations snog from ya 😉

  • LINDA MARIA on October 1st, 2010 at 10:45 pm


  • niki caddell on October 2nd, 2010 at 4:10 pm

    hey gorgeous
    your new book (which i cannot wait to get my grubby hands on)
    other than the kindle version, is there going to be another ebook version for the sony reader, i have a sony reader (which i luv) and really want ur book!
    luv ya
    niki xxxx

  • sasha chard on October 2nd, 2010 at 5:16 pm

    omg i love you so much Gok!!! i cant wait till you go to birmingham on the 16th,,, i’ll be there 😀
    you are amazing!! i cant wiat to meet you,,, ive wanted to for ages!!!
    <3 :) xxxx

  • stacey algie on October 2nd, 2010 at 8:58 pm

    hello sweetie i love u so much wish u could come to warrington to do a book signing as i’d love to give auntie gok a massive cuddle it would make my year but i’ll ask my fella to take me to liverpool or manchester. Me and my kids love u and think u are amazing fella how u make woman feel about their bodies is fantasic wish u could make me feel like that about my body. Wish i could meet u as i’ve had a really terrible 19 months every woman should have a gokmother to make them feel fab about themselves

    love u loads and loads keep up the great work xxxxxstaceyxxxxx

  • Marcella on October 3rd, 2010 at 10:20 am

    Love the sight and the newsletter, I love what you do and can’t wait to meet you in person at your Dublin book signing I need a cuddle :)

  • Natalie Hill on October 3rd, 2010 at 2:29 pm

    Hi Gok! Seen you in Bristol at the fashion weekender.
    I loved seeing you! Honestly think you are amazing.
    PLEASE do a book signing for Bristol??
    I’d definitely be there!
    Nataliee (: xxx

  • Shelly Measures on October 4th, 2010 at 12:41 pm

    Hi Gok, the closest book singings to me that I can get to, are about 2 hrs away by train, but if possible I will be there..

    Big cuddles, so looking forward to meeting you xxx

  • Elaine Byrne. on October 4th, 2010 at 1:38 pm

    Hi Aunty Gok,
    My name is Elaine Byrne and I am living in Dublin, Ireland. I love your show and watch it whenever I can and record it when I cant. I was just wondering will you ever be travellin to Ireland and would you consider doing a How to look good naked show here in Ireland???

  • Karen on October 4th, 2010 at 2:16 pm

    You make me smile! Will you be coming to Australian at any stage soon? :)

  • Kitty Cheater on October 5th, 2010 at 11:38 am

    please follow me on twitter
    I would be so happy 😀

  • Nicola on October 5th, 2010 at 11:52 am

    i love your site! and YOU! can’t get through the day without looking at your lovely little tweets! and everytime i see a snackajack packet with your face on it i smile! such a huge fan<3 much love xxxx

  • Katie on October 5th, 2010 at 3:04 pm

    Your ‘Too Fat Too Young’ special just aired over here in Australia – and it put me in mind of a project in the USA I’ve been keeping an eye on. Have you heard of the ‘It Gets Better’ project? If you can find the time, go and check it out on YouTube.

    It’s the brainchild of a man who wanted to give high-school students at risk of suicide something to hold on to, a hope that, as crap as life at school is, and no matter how madly they get bullied, life does get better. He’s trying to get gay and lesbian people from all over to film a short snippet to help these teens visualise what their life as an adult would be like, because apparently they do find it really hard to see past the immediate hell they’re in.

    I really think that if you filmed a little something for it and posted it up on their YouTube channel, it would be beyond awesome. You are such a role model, a good, positive role model, and I think you embody the message this project is trying to get across.

    Much love and hugs!

  • Tammy And Shazzii on October 6th, 2010 at 10:16 am

    We Love You Aunty G You Are An Insperation To Us

  • Tammy on October 6th, 2010 at 11:42 pm

    I think your an amazing person your truly and insperation to us all! I love what you do and how confident you are! Gok Wan I Love Yaa Hunn

  • Clare Newman on October 7th, 2010 at 12:26 pm

    Love you Gok, but when will you ever come further south than London? I’d love to meet you for a book signing but I can’t make it to London from the Isle of Wight….now Southampton would be much better *wink*

    Would give anything to give you a huge hug and say thanks for inspiring me to be more comfortable with who I am and how I want to look!! xx

  • Lyn on October 7th, 2010 at 12:41 pm

    Hiya Gok.

    First and foremost : Well done on all you achievements so far. Good luck for you in everything you aim for.

    Onwards & Upwards.

    I have a self loathing complex which has a knock on effect with confidence.

    In your opinion, Is hypnotherapy an avenue to try that could work?

    Kind Regards, Take Care & Stay Safe

  • MARIA on October 8th, 2010 at 4:15 am

    My son Jordan was born in Leicester GOK in 1991.He also has metabolic syndrome and has been lap banded.This has meant a 22 kgs weight loss thus far .He has terrible body issues and like yourself studied drama and is a gifted Bassoonist in his first year at uni.

    I am an addict of your show but was wondering my son also struggles to love himself naked and clothed.I feel for him , it s very hard to buy nice clothes ACTUALLY MUCH HARDER FOR YOUNG MEN. Could you maybe do something on MEN ??? Many thanks Maria

  • elizabeth on October 8th, 2010 at 1:54 pm

    why no signings in the north east???XX

  • Emma on October 8th, 2010 at 4:12 pm

    Gok im so happy that you have got a fan site, I think your amazing. I would like to thank you so much for all the help you have given me! X You truly are brilliant, in real life, on shows, EVERYWHERE! :) hope to see you at the clothes show like last year! love you Aunty Gok! xxx

  • kandii roeyal on October 8th, 2010 at 5:41 pm

    1) your my no.1 watched presentor as i’ve never missed an episode of how to look gd naked.
    2) as a girl who skinnier than the averarge girl and having a high matablism put me down but with my friend we raised £100.000 for lacimia because of listening to u gave me the confidence to stand in front of a croud move the 260 and tell them to help my cause thanks x

  • fashion-mommy on October 8th, 2010 at 11:26 pm

    Hi Gok,
    Think i might be your biggest fan. You have inspired me to give fashion writing a go, especially on issues like curves (and bangers). I f you get even the tiniest chance in your busy schedule would you have a look at my blog – http://www.fashion-mommy.com
    I’d like to think you’d find my personal story inspiring – I’d love to be a gokette.
    Much love to a real star. emmma

  • Vanja van Lingen on October 10th, 2010 at 7:20 pm

    Hello Gok,

    Love your show! In how to look good naked you made a faboulus dress out of an old jacked (from an men’s suit, for Lydia)I realy fell in love with it.
    Do you have an pattern of it? Ore can I buy this dress somewhere?
    Good luck

    From Holland

  • liz on October 11th, 2010 at 9:32 am

    Is there any chance you could do something around Fairtrade/ethical clothing? the theme for Fairtrade Fortnight next year(Feb/March) is ‘Show Off Your Label’ and it would be great if you could take up the cause – there’ll be Clothes Shows all up and down the country. There’s lots of fabulous stuff out there and more and more companies selling Fairtrade cotton items. And we’d love to have you visit us if you like?! Liz x x x

  • Hannah on October 11th, 2010 at 7:06 pm

    Hi gok you are a insparation to me from everything you have done in the past like loosing 10 stone and from bieng bullied in school i havent missed a SINGLE episode of how to look good naked and goks fashion fix you are my faveroute man of all time . im still waiting for my reply from my fan mail lol xx

  • justine on October 12th, 2010 at 10:56 am

    Dear Gok,
    Just watched how to look good naked with a difference and you were styling Di who was blind. By the end I was in tears and just wanted to write and let you know why ( I usually wouldnt do this kind of thing ! ). Di looked beautiful and more importantly felt beautiful. I am a 35 year old mother of 2 and recently suffered a bit of a breakdown. Years of trying to be the perfect mother, wife, employee and friend had taken its toll (along with the fact that I hated ny body and the way I looked ),my body simply said “no more”. One session with my psycologist, she said to me “If you could do anything in the world, what would you do ?, wihtout hesitation I said “I would be like Gok !” I couldnt think of any other job that can provide such fulfillment and joy than giving someone the gift of being able to love themselves. It has an amazing trickle effect when a person is happy and feels good about themselves. I have since enrolled in a styling course that starts next June and plan to help normal women like me and plan to do volunteer work with women who are unemployed and need a great outfit so they feels confident in interviews. Anyway I just wanted to know that thanks to you I now feel like I have a life purpose and am looking forward to this challenge, I hear so many people saying “I would love to have a styling session, but at a cost of $500 plus, it is just inaccessible for most people, I am hoping to do this at a fraction of the price and am extremely fortunate that I can do it not for the money but for the love of helping people. Sorry to ramble on but just wanted to let you know how you have enriched my life.

  • Isla Wong on October 12th, 2010 at 11:33 am

    Love your enthusiasm for reinventing your dull clothes into fabulous outfits using only a little bit of imagination and haberdashery magic.

    Question, would you like to get dressed in a kimono! Me and my friends need willing male volunteers!

  • Claire Neill on October 12th, 2010 at 2:57 pm

    “cause Your Amazing just the way you are”!!! you deserve an award of the highest kind. I watch your shows ALWAYS and the most touching was the show you made for women with physical challenges . I thought my flaws were worth whinging about. You made those women look and feel unbelievable the way they ought to feel!. I love you more now. If you ever come to Australia Please look me up. I would love a minute in your presence! love you lots GOK! Claire Neill xoxoxox

  • Stefania on October 12th, 2010 at 7:18 pm

    Thank you for your positive energy!! It’s wonderful to make people happy!!
    A fan from Greece :*

  • Bianca on October 13th, 2010 at 4:24 am

    Hi Gok,
    love your show and what you do for people. You are beautiful person with a generous sole. Come to Australia some time.xx Bianca

  • Karen Newman on October 13th, 2010 at 9:48 am

    Hey Aunty G, have just booked my tickets for Clothes Show on 3 December.

    Can’t wait to see what you have in store for us.

    Big hugs xxxxx

  • Sheena McMillan on October 13th, 2010 at 7:06 pm

    Hi Gok, I expect you will have thousands of requests, including at least half of them from me!!! I will try again though, as I have yet to have any form of response. :( Anyway, is it at all possible for you to come to Plymouth on your book tour? Katie Price was recently here, and it’s only couple hours from Bristol. Hope to be updated with some good news!!!!

  • Denise on October 13th, 2010 at 8:19 pm

    Please come to Stoke on Trent , its a rather dimal place sometimes and you would truly brighten it up cos you’re gorgeous.

  • Nicola Troy on October 13th, 2010 at 8:57 pm

    Dear Aunty Gok,
    I would like to know how you choose Gokettes?
    I would luurrrvvveee to be one X
    pretty please….. I’d let you squeeze my bangers?
    Waiting foryour reply X
    Nicola X

  • Nicola Troy on October 13th, 2010 at 9:03 pm

    Aunty, could you follow me on twitter too please x “) X

  • Mien on October 14th, 2010 at 6:37 am

    Hi Gok, I love love love ‘How to look good naked with a difference!’ – it is such a great show, there should be more people like you!
    Can you come to Sydney Australia please and do a show here??
    Love you lots!
    mien xoxo

  • Natalie G on October 14th, 2010 at 7:56 am

    Hi :)

    Would love it if you could do something on big boobs! I am a 30 GG bra size and then a 10/12 bottom and I look so top heavy because of this.

    I find shopping so hard to get the right mix of clothes. I think I’m sucessful at times, but clothes to suit my figure I find few and far between.

    I look better from behind as you can see my slimmer shape which isn’t
    distorted by 2 massive things stuck in the middle of my chest which obviously you see from them front. Any help would be welcomed :)

    Thanks N xx

  • Helen on October 14th, 2010 at 12:23 pm

    Katie’s comment on October 5th, 2010 at 3:04 pm regarding Your ‘Too Fat Too Young’ has struck such a chord with me. After completing her final year at primary school where my (now 11 year old) daughter was so persecuted that she wouldn’t go out, we had hoped high school would be a new start for her. Sadly this has not been the case! Comments regarding her size (10/12) and hair colour (Red) are now not just restricted to the school corridors/playground but also can be found on social networking sites. These comments have included “hahaha XXXX thts cuz her hair is un-narutal just like her size as well hahaha” and “everyone will slag you’s cuz you the geeky peeps in our year so get used to being ripped fat XXXX” – I won’t bore you with the whole discussion. Can you or your team advise me on how to help her? She’s trying to avoid meals now and her self esteem is at rock bottom. If I don’t sort this out carefully and soon, I’m afraid she’ll have issues throughout her life……….Thanks for listening.

  • Alan Bennett on October 14th, 2010 at 5:17 pm

    Thanks for a great book signing event in Norwich today!
    Check out the photos here: http://www.alanbennettphotography.co.uk/gokwan


  • Emma on October 14th, 2010 at 7:04 pm

    Gok, i think you are totally amazing with what you do, you inspire so many women, especialy me! And like Megan, i would absolutley love to meet you and wonder if that is anyway possible?? Love and big cuddles!!! xxx

  • Mandy on October 15th, 2010 at 10:47 am

    Hi Gok! I just want to say how brilliant I think you are! xxx I follow on Twitter and you make me smile so much! GOK ROCKS! xxxxx

  • Melissa on October 15th, 2010 at 11:01 am

    Hey. I know this probably won’t get read and I understand you’re busy :)
    I just wanted to say that you have inspired me so much! I love how you can bring back the confdence in people and make them much happier, it’s amazing! I applied for How to look good naked earlier this year but never filled in my application form as I know for a fact I would be in hysterics if I actually met you in real life! I’ve been through a lot in my past and am far from skinny but you have managed to prove to me that it doesn’t matter what size you are, you can always dress fabulously and look and feel gorgeous. I remember the first time I watched your documentary on Tv and I cried my heart out. Your story relates to me and so many other people. I really love the way you stand out and you have given me so much confidence knowing that I don’t have to be a size 6 to look beautiful. I will be at the Edinburgh and Glasgow 2010 booksignings if I can! Much love xxx

  • Katy on October 15th, 2010 at 1:25 pm

    Hi Gok! I just want to say that I love your show and every time I watch it I feel uplifted in a way that I can’t explain! I have very low self esteem and would love you to come to Plymouth to do a book signing! I could also do with some tips on my body – my boobs are too large and I can never find anything which suits my body shape, no clothes help! I don’t know how to dress and going for interviews I feel horrible!

    Love Katy xx

  • Kate Taylor on October 15th, 2010 at 1:36 pm

    Hi Gok. My 4 year old daughter and I are huge fans of you (my daughter has to be your number 1 fan!). She does a great impression of your “it’s all about the confidence” quote! The other night when I put her to bed she asked if she could ever see you when you jump out of the tv (she thinks you live in the tv!). Are you coming to Essex at all in the near future? I told her that I would take her to see you if you’re at a signing. You’re better than Santa in our home! Keep doing what you do – you are fabulous! Love 2 glam Essex Chicks! xx

  • Rachael on October 15th, 2010 at 4:08 pm

    Hi Gok, I hope there will be more shows of How to look good naked with a difference, they are really inspiring. I think its so refreshing to see stereotypes being made redundant! I have had a real issue with body image since being bullied a few years ago about the way I look and these shows have really helped. I hope that more will be done in schools to re-valuate these issues, we are all different, especially as the UK is so multi-cultural nowadays.. things need to change.. the mindset of the young need to change and in order for this to happen the media needs to change as they have been responsible for brainwashing teenagers and adults alike of what the ideal body image should look like???! We should embrace our diversity not end up looking like clones! Please keep sprinkling that angel dust :))…PS. will you be coming to Kent for a book signing? Much Love Rachael xxx

  • Natalia Hernández on October 15th, 2010 at 5:22 pm

    Hola Gok! I´m writing you from México City where you have tons of fans! You seriously should come here!! I really really admire you in so many ways, you seriously are an inspiration for so many people! Keep being yourself.. simply gourgeous! Te quiero mucho..


  • Jade on October 15th, 2010 at 7:34 pm

    Hey Auntie Gok, I Love Your Shows Soooooooo Much And you are AWESOME, I don’t Know How you are single Guys should be crawling at your feet you are BEAUTIFUL….. I know us Ladies are crawling at your feet, also you said something on twitter that you are going to run a competition of your new book how do you sign up for a newsletter ???

    Much Love And Kisses No 1 Gok Fan Jade !!!!!! xxxxxxx <3 <3

  • Natalie on October 15th, 2010 at 7:52 pm

    I just found your website, yipeeeee!!!!! I have been on holiday and just came home to your FANTASTIC book!!!! I live in Leicester, did i miss your book singing? (sniff!!!) I love you for all you do and can’t wait for your future shows. xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

  • lolliejay on October 15th, 2010 at 8:21 pm

    hi gok love your h.t.l.g.n show when is there a new series?
    like the web site…please come to harlow so i can meet you..

  • Rowan on October 15th, 2010 at 8:32 pm

    hey, im a bigbig fan, and i have been told by many friend and family, and even strangers in the street that i look like you 😀 have a look yourself…. 😀 twitter…http://twitter.com/RowanPrince 😀

  • cazdevil on October 15th, 2010 at 11:57 pm

    Love you so much
    when will you be in scotland xxxx

  • Caia on October 16th, 2010 at 12:48 am

    Lots of love from your fans in Dublin Gok!!! xox

  • Amy on October 16th, 2010 at 2:59 am

    Is there any chance of doing how to look good naked without having to be on tv? I want a boost in my body and myself but dont want to go down the route of applying/going for the tv programme as i dont feel confident enough for it.

  • diz on October 16th, 2010 at 8:51 am

    hi gok, where was you when my son got married, it was the worst day of my life would really like some advice, just to say how bad it was im not in any photos they were ashamed of me, i cant help being the size i am its through long time medication for a heart disorder. great site your an insperation to us all.xx

  • Claireabell on October 16th, 2010 at 2:56 pm

    Dear Gok.
    First of all I want to say like, I think your wanderful. I have always tryd to follow your advice but must admit probably dont always get it right. My reason for commenting is I feel I need your help. You have always inspired and help people which is a great quality. Anyway, here comes the violins Gok, I got married november and since then I have had the worst year of my life one thing after another of health problems and losses has hit me hard. I used to be a fun loving confident girl who was always out with friends but now I cant even look in the mirror because im actually scared too. The marjority of my time i spend inside my home or around my mums because I’m too self conscience to ventue out.I constantly cancel time after time on my friends because i just want to hide away. When i do go out i have to put on my Ipod so i can avoid any horrible comments people may say. I dont even look people in the eye. My husband is amazing and has been a rock, even though i think he should leave me because im UGLY and never do anything.I’m not the person I once was. Maybe theres more deserving people that need your help but i feel so helpless and down i thought i’d try see if you have any advice or you know if your around merseyside so i can meet you just for a hug, to see if you fabulous essence rubs off on me.I love my husband very much and i dont want my marriage to continue in the spiral of ugly negativity. Anyway your fab i love you and thank you to you or a memember of your team for taking the tme to read this pathetic plea. Sorry.

  • mo bennie on October 17th, 2010 at 9:13 am

    love to have a bezzie mate like you…..motastically gokalicious

  • Carina on October 17th, 2010 at 9:56 am

    i love you , Gok <3 ! *.*

  • Karen Pipe on October 17th, 2010 at 5:36 pm

    Thankyou for a fantastic evening at Norwich city football club. Went home feeling energised and more confident that although I am 56!!! I dont have to get the twinset and pearls out yet. love your new book Karen xxx

  • lorraine gibson on October 17th, 2010 at 6:31 pm

    Hi will you be coming to nottingham missed u last time i was gutted x x

  • Linda on October 17th, 2010 at 8:09 pm

    Just wondered if anyone knew yet of the details for the book signing in Edinburgh?

  • Enter your name hereSuzanne on October 18th, 2010 at 9:10 am

    saw you at WHsmiths in Birmingham on Saturday, waited 3hours in the cold but it was well worth it you are such a sweetheart!!XXXX

  • Claire Warne on October 18th, 2010 at 9:30 am

    My dear Aunty Gok,

    You are an absolute angel!!! You are so amazing, the way you give confidence to so many men and women in the UK. I hope one day that I get to meet you and give you a huge hug. You have been a huge inspiration to the way I feel about myself, so what I don’t have the perfect figure but if you dress right it makes all the difference! I’ve always been “buxom” since about the age of 9, but the weight is slowly coming off due to doing Weight Watchers. Carry on being the great guy you are, we all need someone like you in our lives, but seeing as you’re one by yourself we’ll have to make do with following you. Lots of love Gok Love Claire x x x x x x

  • kerryann on October 18th, 2010 at 8:46 pm

    heyaa gok !
    im well gutted im not going to be able to see you tomorrow in mk !!!
    i couldd cry lol!
    i look up to you GOK !
    lovee yooou

  • Meredith on October 19th, 2010 at 12:20 am

    Gok, you are absolutely fabulous. My only sadness is that all I see of you on TV are How To Look Good Naked reruns in the US and it is probably one of my favorite hours of tv. This website (and twitter) are amazing that your US fans can see you! You are an inspiration to women everywhere and I think we all want a little more Auntie Gok in our lives. xo

  • Elaine Arnell on October 19th, 2010 at 1:34 pm

    Just watched you on Loose Women. Love you Gok. My daughter and I watch all your shows. You are doing the best job in the world.
    Do you take on private sessions? Is there another route to contact you privatly.
    good luck with the book. I am going to buy it tomorrow.
    Love and hugs Elaine.x

  • jayne hills on October 19th, 2010 at 2:43 pm

    why is it that so many women out there have had or suffered with breast cancer just like myself and after surgery find it very hard to get clothes to suit .I had a left masx two years ago ang now reconstruction but there is nowhere to buy clothes other than overpriced items without much selection. A gap in the market here so gok wan please help us out surely you can design a line in everyday clothes that are suitable for us

  • Gemma on October 19th, 2010 at 10:00 pm


    Just want to say a huge thank you to you! I’ve just had my second baby and started watching Fashion Fix on a Saturday morning. Made me realise that I’ve been in a total style rut for the last 3 years since my 1st child was born – because I couldn’t get into my pre baby jeans I have hidden away in shapeless black linen trousers rather than buy a new pair that fit!

    I bought How to Look Good Naked and went shopping for my capsule wardrobe! I now have 3 pairs of jeans and although they are bigger than I want them to be I look better after baby no 2 than I did in the linen trousers! I’ve also bought a couple of dresses and some killer heels and am having loads of compliments -all of which I tell it is down to you!

    Will continue to follow your fabulousness!

    Love ya, mwah xxxxxxx

  • Angie Balloch on October 19th, 2010 at 10:38 pm

    Gok I think you are just fantastic, but why you only going to Glasgow and Edinburgh and nit coming up to Aberdeen when you’re book signing in Scotland?? I think what you do is amazing and you’re story is amazing I wish I had half confidence in myself as you do in yourself. Xx

  • sara errington on October 19th, 2010 at 10:52 pm

    Gok saw you today in Milton kenyes (wearing ice cream shoes) book have not put it down its a fab read love you loads xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

  • sayaka.tada@gmail.com on October 20th, 2010 at 2:01 am

    Moving to England from Japan, your tv shows really make my gloomy days sunny!! Arigato—–!!! xxx

  • Anna Fodor on October 20th, 2010 at 9:43 am

    Hey Gok. First off i want to congratulate you on your autobiography its fantastic ! I read it all in 3 days! (couldnt put it down). I am actually coming to meadowhall today to meet you and get my book signed (YAY). I just want to say to you that i think your an incredible person. After reading your autobiography i feel like i know you personally and really wish i did hehe. The way you bounced back from your weight issues as a teenager is fantastic and your a great role model for people to base themselves on. The way you make women feel about themselves is amazing. you must have the magic body confidence want aunty gok because what you are doing for people all across the contry is fantastic. Every woman wants their own aunty gok by their side ! You dont get enough credit for what you do. The way you have brought teaching body confidence in schools forward and putting disabled models in shop windows to show that everyone is beautiful is heartwarming and IS making a huge difference to society. Keep doing what you are doing Gok because your fabulous and i just want to let you know that you are one of most gorgeous looking guys i have ever seen in my life so if you have any body confidence issues yourself throw them all out of the window darling because your’e fabulous ! (*blushing*). Dont forget that while you are working hard with Naked and Fashion Fix to look after your health and keep well. Dont overwork your self. Take some Gok time out for yourself…. you deserve it ! I’ll be Following you on both twitter and facebook ! Love you millions gok ! Big hugs and snogs! Anna x x x

  • Natalie-jane Bryan on October 20th, 2010 at 4:02 pm

    gok u r an amazin person who sees wats inside people and help them, myself have also been helped by u so thanku from the bottom of my heart, keep doin wat u doing xxx love ya natalie-Jane

  • Alice on October 20th, 2010 at 8:54 pm

    Hi Gok,
    Congratulations on your new glam website.
    Was soooo excited to see you at your book signing in Sheffield tonight. You are even more gorgeous in the flesh!! You are such an insparation to women and men of all ages, keep up the good work.
    Can’t wait to read the book.

    Love you lots!!

    Alice xxxx

  • Anna on October 21st, 2010 at 7:57 pm

    Hey Gok ! So glad i got to meet you the other day at Meadowhall at your book signing. I told you i have been following you on twitter. hehe. but what i didnt have time to say to you is that i think your autobiograohy is fantastic (read it all in 3 days). your an amazing person and are totally gorgeous and your super inspiring. i love you keep up the hard work but dont forget to take some time out for yourself. you rock aunty G !x Lotsa hugs and snogs Anna x x x

  • AmberrMerry on October 22nd, 2010 at 4:59 pm

    Hello Gok! :) Xx
    Little letter to say…..

    Your So Cool!!!
    I am gutted that your not coming to Bluewater now tho! Maybe a reschedule? If not opefully see you another time, <3 want to meet you so bad! xx
    Ur such an amazing person and so inspiring to well…….EVERYONE!
    I can not wait to read your book, Xxxx
    I also cant wait to one day get Gok cuddles and snogs! Lol!!! 😉 xx

    LOVE Your Shows, Watch Them ALL The Time <3 <3 <3
    Your so sweet! We need more men like you in the world heh (: Xx

    Following you on twitter and im still under the same name: AmberrMerry xx
    Hope to meet you soon, if you come to bluewater Loveee You Lotss!

    P.S. Liking the site, your looking lovely and definately….DING DONG 😀 Xxxxx

  • Sumi on October 22nd, 2010 at 5:20 pm

    OMG!!! gok fan site wow!!! i loveee youuu ur are my angel
    thank you so much for all the ideas and everything. u motivate me in every way everytime i get out of track ur videos makes me realise there is still chance to do something it is not late yet. i’d really love to meet you one day^^ xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

  • Jenny on October 22nd, 2010 at 7:00 pm

    Oooooo Aunty G I have just recieved my curveylicious corset and WOW….I’m a very curvey lady (size 26) and not very tall (5′ 1)…at a push lol but with my friends help with the fitting it looks and feels amazing.Thank you soooo much. Big Hugs xxxx

  • Enter your name here on October 22nd, 2010 at 8:53 pm

    hi aunty gok x
    im goin to see you at glasgow book signing and i cant wait 3rd time to see you :) x
    i love youuu 😀 xx

  • steph on October 22nd, 2010 at 9:19 pm

    Gok, please help i have lymphoedema in my left leg and i struggle so much in accepting how look i was diagnosed at 17 and before that i was normal. Lymphoedema also affects cancer patients and because its not life threatening there is little support. Please help me find some great wide leg trousers and jeans x

  • jane on October 23rd, 2010 at 12:03 am

    Just like to say a Big Thank You for signing my sons photo when you were in manchester, your kindness was very heart felt, also thank you for sending someone over to make sure i was ok..you inspire me to keep strong..Love the web site…THANK YOU(:Jane

  • Mrs Sherlock Holmes on October 23rd, 2010 at 1:16 pm

    I shall be in my costume as dedicated sleuth for Pedro’s Club at the Sherlock Holmes Hotel in Baker Street on the day you are signing the books in my beloved Glasgow at 2 p.m. on the 13th in London.

    Saw you on Loose Women when feeling a very poorly scientist. Yes we do get ill. Due to this I was entranced. I need more Gok Wan. So much so I am asking James Cook MBE if we can make you a cartoon character as Mr Fun Ding if you agree in the comic strip of myself in character and others for this fundraising for Pedro’s Club coach appeal. Date is the 13th of November launch by himself, sorry you cannot come and be Mr Fun Ding.

    I love the ‘made in China’ thing, funny. I suppose I am ‘made in Salford’.

    Best wishes
    Pauline Anne Badger MSc.Sci.PG.Dip.Soc.Sci.

    Former hotelier and chef of Badger’s Rest before becoming a boffin and OAP.

  • Lauran on October 23rd, 2010 at 4:29 pm

    Hiya:) I love you, i think you’re absolutely amazing, I’m coming to your book signing at bluewater and I cant wait!!
    See you there:) xx

  • josie hull on October 23rd, 2010 at 6:24 pm

    lol. i love you Gok xx <3

  • Ray on October 23rd, 2010 at 6:30 pm

    Hi Gok.
    Just got back from Meeting you @ Easons in Dublin.
    Just want to say what a pleasure it was.
    Im sorry, if i startled you a bit by giving you Donna’s memory card, but i just had to give it to you when u were in the country.
    She spoke very highly of you, and i enjoyed listening to alot of drunken tales she used to tell me, im sure at one point she told me u thought i was cute when she showed you my picture in Southfields lol
    Im sure wherever she is now, she is very proud of you, and honoured that you mentioned her so fondly in your book.. Reading your little note to her made my heart break.
    Hope you get to read this.
    Much Love, Ray xxxxx

  • autoversicherung vergleich on October 23rd, 2010 at 10:29 pm

    I had been arguing with my close friend on this issue for quite a while, base on your ideas prove that I am right, let me show him your webpage then I am sure it must make him buy me a drink, lol, thanks.

    – Kris

  • laura ashley on October 24th, 2010 at 11:10 am

    Hey gok

    I am loving the new website and cant wait to read your book. me and my mum just looooovve you and i have just been offered by work to go to the clothes show and of coarse i have said YES lol so i will be there cant wait, look forward to seeing you there hope your well and keep the tips coming xxxxxx

  • holly greenwood on October 24th, 2010 at 11:55 am

    GOK :)
    so happy i got my book signed last wednesday at meadowhall! best day of my life, almost finished the book i think its absalutely amazing, your such a great role model for girls, (and boys for that matter) your book has proper touched me, and all the people who were even mean or nasty to you, well just look where you are now, i think your the best man ever! lots of love, holly (biggest fan) :) oh and p.s i think you looked gorgoues at the book signing, i didnt say though, i was two busy crying lol :) best day of my life. see you and the clothes show auntie gok! xx

  • delia on October 24th, 2010 at 3:35 pm

    just wanted to let you know how great I think you are. I applied for the second series of How to look good naked (didn’t appear) but since watching your show I’ve changed anyway and am Known as mini Gok by a lot of my friends. A few years ago I’d never have left the house dressed as confidently as I do now . Thanks xxxxxxxx Delia*

  • Hayley-Jane on October 24th, 2010 at 3:44 pm

    GOK! you are so so so amazing, i would absolutely love to meet you are you doing a new series of how to look good naked soon? im waiting for my copy of “through thick and thin” and cant wait to read it. You are an absolute inspiration to all us girls and i cant get enough of GOK WAN!! i love yhoo!! xx <3 xx

  • Cathy Grouchey on October 24th, 2010 at 7:06 pm

    Love the new site and hope to see you in glasgow at your book signing. xx

  • Alida Lark on October 24th, 2010 at 9:49 pm

    I’m only 14 and you amaze me how you give women such confidence!! Your the best, and only if every person had a Gok at htere side 24/7 the world would be sweet!!! :p

  • Vera Ni on October 25th, 2010 at 3:01 pm

    Luving you! From friends, dietologists (or whatever it’s called in engilsh lol), boyfriends, you’re the sole person that helped me to accept and grow to luv my body, even naked! Thank you, aunty G.!

  • Julie Deal on October 25th, 2010 at 6:23 pm

    Hi Gok,
    I stopped by to buy your autobiography in Easons in O’Connell Street, Dublin. I just wanted to thank you for being so you! (I was the very recent widow who was overwhelmed by your kindness, offering to dedicate the book in a very special way for my late husband and I). I will tell you that it was the first time that I had left the house for anything except administration reasons and arrangements for Kevins funeral. However, I stepped across the threshold to see you. My beautiful daughter was so grateful for your autograph – thankyou. By the way I was serious when I said it would be lovely to see a How to Look Good Naked for widows as our confidence plummets. When I receive mail I am no longer Mrs Deal I am now very politically correct Ms Deal why? I was happily Mrs Deal for 24 years.
    Hope to hear from you

  • Bekah Mathers on October 25th, 2010 at 9:12 pm

    Hi Gok

    I’m really enjoying reading your book but want you to know that I’m about half way through and have found 4 or 5 typos already! It doesn’t do your story justice to have been put together so carelessly, I would give Ebury Press a call if I were you.

    I’m happy to highlight the mistakes if you want me to…

    All the best,

  • Anna on October 26th, 2010 at 9:46 am

    Love the shows, website and now the book. Nearly missed my stop on the tube today reading it. Keep up the good work and when is the next series. I need help for the xmas do outfit.

    You deserve all that you have worked for.

  • Adele Hanlon on October 26th, 2010 at 1:04 pm

    Hi Gok,
    Love you loads! iv been trying to find out how i could get in touch with you for the last week! Finally. Im a fashion student from Manchester and im in my final year. Im currently researching at the moment but i am creating my customer profile board to show who would wear my collection. You are the perfect person, Its contemporary, quirky but still has that commercial element to it. I would be so grateful if you could keep in touch with me maybe you could give me some ideas of what labels you wear along with what highstreet shops you shop in.
    It would be really amazing to if we kept in touch maybe you could come and see my fashion show next year when my collections finished and give your real opinion!!!
    Love the website by the way!
    Hope to hear from you soon!
    Adele xxxxxx

  • chloe gould x on October 26th, 2010 at 4:47 pm

    Heya Gok.. Just a Message To Say, i Watch All Yur Shows And im Now Reading All Yur Books Looking Forward To Having THe Book Signed Soom. Much Love <3 xx

  • Lauren Pickering on October 26th, 2010 at 5:53 pm

    Hey Gok!!
    I just wanna say thank you very much for my video.. I tried to make it to your book signing this week and couldnt make it as i was on a college trip so i sent my boyfriend to get your book and he also sent me a video of you saying “hi lauren hope you enjoy the book” with a kiss so im very gratefull :)
    p.s im your worlds bigest fan!! and when i got your video through i screamed OHH MY GOD!! with such a big smile on my face! It made my day!

  • Lizzie fryer on October 26th, 2010 at 7:32 pm

    Hey Gok, ongrates on the Fan site,just wondering can you give me any tips on making a dress more stylish, because i am making a dress in school and i think that it looks really boring so would like to know how to glam it up.Also soon me and my friends will see you in a fashion show in december, cant wait!!!!
    Thanks alot and hope you are well
    lots of love lizzie xxxx

  • Lizzie fryer on October 26th, 2010 at 7:36 pm

    Hey Gok, congrates on the Fan site,just wondering can you give me any tips on making a dress more stylish, because i am making a dress in school and i think that it looks really boring so would like to know how to glam it up.Also soon me and my friends will see you in a fashion show in december, cant wait!!!!
    Thanks alot and hope you are well
    lots of love lizzie xxxx

  • Tracy Randall on October 26th, 2010 at 9:41 pm

    Im totally gutted I cant make your Bluewater signing… I cant tell you how sad that has made me feel.

    Im still going to buy your book and read it inside out and back to front, but would have been an added bonus to have met you.

    You inspired me last year to to do something for myself…

    Im nearly finished my training to be an image stylist, and I hoped out paths would cross one day to just say thank you.

    Here is a blog I have recently writen I hope to write more and do some charity events.


    Thank you for reading my message
    Best wishes
    Tracy xxx

  • Jay on October 27th, 2010 at 2:24 am

    Dear Aunt Gok,
    I love all your shows, but was wondering if you could make a show all about mens fashion? Because i feel i know all about womens fashion, but hardly know how to dress myself! Thank you, get back in touch soon :)x

  • Michelle on October 27th, 2010 at 5:01 pm

    Hi I love ya gok!! and joining your fan club 😀 x
    Your cool B-)

  • Scotty on October 28th, 2010 at 6:35 pm

    Hey gok how’re you? Hope the book signing is going well :) I will try and get tickets to come and see the fashion show in Birmingham in December hope to seen you soon.

    Scott x

  • Dannielle on October 30th, 2010 at 10:36 am

    Omg Gok I am soo Your bigest fan :)
    I watch you every time you are on t.v even if i have seen it before..
    I am only age 15 nearly 16 but You are such an inspiration to me, i cant wait to read your book but my nan has brought it for me for my birthday so i have to wait till january the 3rd to read it but i took a sneak peek before she took it off me :)

    Lots of love
    Dannii :) <3 xxxx

  • Claire on October 31st, 2010 at 6:53 pm

    Hi Gok :)
    I’ve been looking for a way to thank you for weeks now :) this is the best way i can think of. When my fiance left me 2 months ago the last words he said to me was i was fat and unattractive…as you can imagine that would send any girl into a depression and i hid away for like a month only going out of the house for work. Then a month ago I watched your show for the first time and now im addicted to it, I watch you make all those girl love what they have and make them feel amazing, and just watching you made me feel good about myself again :) and relise what an idiot my ex was :) thank you so much, you are my inspiration :) i hope i can meet you at some point to thank you in person.
    Love Claire xxxxxxxxx

  • Pink Sparkles on November 1st, 2010 at 12:41 am

    Hi Gok

    I love your shows and the website. I write to you with a request.

    I am a breast cancer survivor – diagnosed two years ago at 37 years of age. What I have found post treatment (surgery, chemo and now medication) is that my body shape has changed – I now have curves and also that the bras and knickers designed and marketed to women who had breast cancer are ‘nannaish’ and boring. I have gone from wearing sexy lingerie to boring old nanna styles. There is nothing out there for women in my age group who are survivors. This horrible disease is normally associated with older women, yet unfortunately younger and younger women are being diagnosed. It is hard enough to deal with the loss of breast, new body image, change in body shape and now the fact that the underwear market sees me as an old woman instead of a young woman who still wants to wear sexy numbers.

    I hope with your influence and know how, you may consider designing bras and matching knickers for women in my ‘situation’. I am more than happy to consult or provide ideas etc as required.

    I have also started a blog called ‘cancer gave me curves’- http://www.cancergavemecurves.blogspot.com

    I hope you take my request on board.

    Kindest regards
    Pink Sparkles

  • used cars richmond va for sale on November 2nd, 2010 at 6:36 am

    Thank You For This Post, was added to my bookmarks.

  • emma on November 2nd, 2010 at 1:29 pm

    heya am just writing to ask you something and if there is anychane you can email me back i am the head of studant welfare for people who get bullied and for children who do not have the life that we have me and my team are trying to do a christmas fashion show i am just wondering if i can have a few tips on how to do a fashion so as i am only 16 i realy dont know thank you please email back <3 thanks you x

  • Emily on November 2nd, 2010 at 6:58 pm


    I am reading your auto-biography and what you have said has really proved something to my Mum. You talk about how you were bullied and how they were little things you can’t tell teachers about as they were ‘small attacks’. She has been telling me to tell teachers for a while but what can I tell them?

    My boy mate is bullied an awful lot and I try to stand up for him as others won’t. He hasn’t got much self confidence and reading your story has explained how he really feels and because of your story, I have been able to make myself a better friend to him.

    I’m a big fan and your a great role model.

    Emily x.

  • Janet Duke on November 2nd, 2010 at 8:09 pm

    Hi Gok
    Really love watching you, thank you for making us middle-aged large ladies feel that we could feel better about ourselves. I’ve been trying to purchase one of your support garments and have not been able to get it. Can you advise where I can purchase please. I have a Fashion World account and they seem to have very little other that the smaller sizes.
    Many thanks
    Janet Duke

  • celine newman on November 2nd, 2010 at 9:10 pm

    i met you about three weeks ago at your book signing in milton keynes with my two friends, esther and phoebe. :)
    we love you soooo much. seriously, you have made loads of women feel confident about themselves again which is incredible.
    hopefully i’ll hear from you again.

  • Mason on November 2nd, 2010 at 10:31 pm

    Gok Wan = Amazing ;DD

  • Enter your name here Jane Holden on November 3rd, 2010 at 12:11 pm

    I bought your book and took it on our family holiday to Cornwall a couple of weeks ago – missed a whole days surfing so that I could finish it! I thought it was intelligent, inspiring, heartfelt and heartwarming. I love what you do – hope you keep doing it for many years to come. Mwah xx

  • Sarah Daniels @RedCatSarah on November 3rd, 2010 at 12:15 pm

    Some feedback on the book- loved it – couldn’t put it down, really enjoyed the journey through your life and knowing that even when things are looking gloomy are family and friends are there for support. It is good to refect on our feelings for ourselves and the relationship we have with our own body image. The book as made me more of a fan of your non celebrity -ness. I was at the Norwich Book launch- you were fabulously normal, which is refreshing. Thank you for making sure every table was enjoying themselves and thank you for the insightful comments in your book
    i have just lost 5 stone (it took me a year)- and like you am now happy in my skin; but it is so interesting how people perceive us and it has made me much more aware-Thanks for sharing
    So the book, great read and thank you- for helping me get some things straight in my own head

  • kelly on November 3rd, 2010 at 12:34 pm

    I got the chance to meet you at The Trafford Center. You signed my book and I have the most wonderful photo with you. I read the book in record time and loved every page. I then looked at our photo and seen there actually ther on you’r table was a packet of gummy sweets. Any one who has read the book will know how this fits. Loved the book love you xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

  • Jeanie on November 3rd, 2010 at 12:55 pm

    Downloaded your audio book. Fantastic!!!!! Your family sound amazing and your love for them is obvious in your voice. Your battles (although tough on you) will inspire people to be strong and get through any difficulties they face with food or being true to themselves. I don’t know and haven’t met you but I see your smile on a picture and my day seems brighter, every lady needs a Gok in their lives, Thank you. X

  • Sarah Bowmer on November 3rd, 2010 at 1:54 pm

    Hi Gok! I’ve posted a review of your book on Amazon. I’ll copy it here for you to read. It was a very powerful read for me. I have suffered terribly with being overweight and very poor self esteem. I have now at last just lost 8 stone!!I could relate to so much of what you said about this issue.
    My book review:
    I could not put this book down. Gok tells his story with such honesty and I shed many tears while reading his story. I forgot I was reading about a ‘celebrity’ I just wanted to read about the person. Gok’s story about his problems with food and poor self esteem is one so many people can relate to and is told so frankly and honestly without ever being too self pitying. His love for his family is a constant in his life and comes across so strongly in the book. They sound such remarkable people. There are some lovely touches in the book such as the recipes at the beginning of some chapters. Then there are the powerful and moving letters to family and friends. I sobbed as I read the letter at the end to his father. This book is REMARKABLE and I strongly urge people to read it.

  • Nichola Fox on November 3rd, 2010 at 2:20 pm

    Hi Gok ! Firstly big Congrats on the Website! Saw you when you did a show in Manchester in the shopping centre and loved it, wish i was lucky enuff to be on your show! Need to be studying ur works after putting too much weight! lol ! Going to be downloading your book in about 5 mins lol!Been following you on “Twitter!” Loving ur Tweets very Muchos! love ya Aunty G !!

  • Michelle Porter on November 3rd, 2010 at 3:11 pm

    Hi Gok, just to say I received your book as a birthday pressie half way through and loving it so far, well done you
    Could you also tell me what adress do I use if I want to send a letter to you.
    Love you shell x

  • Chelsea Jehan on November 3rd, 2010 at 3:29 pm

    Hey Gok!!
    Just wanted to say congratulations on your book! You are so inspirational, the issues you have talked about and how you dealt with them and have opened up and shared your experiences are unbelievable and im sure reading your book would help alot of people. the dedication to your nieces at the front is so touching it made me cry before even starting the book. Thank you for never failing to put a smile on my face.

    Loads of love Chelsea. xxxxx

    PS. Please come to Jersey soon!!xxxxxx

  • kate plumpton on November 3rd, 2010 at 4:50 pm

    loving the book cant put it down, amazing i never knew i could cook and read lol luv kt x

  • Kelle on November 3rd, 2010 at 5:07 pm

    I read your book in 3 days and I have never laughed and cried so much whilst reading !! Your story is so inspirational and proves that you can do anything if you set your mind to it. You’ve shown what it takes to get your dreams – hard work & self belief and if people did that then the world would be a better place. Thankyou for sharing with us Gok xxxxx

  • Vicki on November 3rd, 2010 at 7:15 pm

    All i can say is your book is wonderful, i brought onbthe saturday and by the sunday i had finished it.It made laugh it made cry and the letter you wrote to your Dad well i sobbed for ages.

    i love you Aunty Gok and hope to see you at Southampton much love xxxxxx

  • Ashley on November 3rd, 2010 at 7:37 pm

    Loved the book, it made me laugh and cry, just what a good book should! Love u Aunty Gok xx

  • Jane Ashman on November 3rd, 2010 at 8:17 pm

    Hi Gok

    Had your book as a birthday pressie – once I started reading it I couldn’t put it down – it was fab. I found the part at the end that you wrote to your father very touching as I lost my dad last year and miss him loads. Wish you were coming to Cardiff to sign copies though. Can’t wait for you to be back on our screens with loads of fashion tips etc.
    Keep up the good work

    Jane xxxxxxx

  • Sharon on November 3rd, 2010 at 9:01 pm

    Read your book in a weekend, was brill, loved when you farted on the red carpet with Davina!!! :-)

  • Ang on November 3rd, 2010 at 9:12 pm

    Love the shows. more more more please. wanted to get to Norwich to buy book and get you to sign it (I live in Brighton)was unable to get it there. my husband anutie bought a copy for me for Christmas. sad i have to wait then. she has read her copy 3 times. look forward to the read. Hugs and Kisses . Ang

  • Erin on November 3rd, 2010 at 9:49 pm

    Hi there,

    Really really enjoyed your book. Threw a sick day at work to buy it and read it in fact! It was searingly honest and to be honest it upset me a lot though it was brilliant. A lot of the issues were a little close to home but it was one book I couldn’t put down. Will be reccomending it to all my friends, and I just want to say thanks in a way that doesn’t sound hokey, gushy or sentimentally retarded. Because after reading it I did something I should have done quite awhile ago. I called my father in Australia and told him I was gay. The chapter in which you came out to your father sort of made me realise that life’s too short to be anything but yourself, and your family will love you no matter who you love. XX

  • Susan Berry on November 3rd, 2010 at 10:02 pm

    Hi Aunty gok just want to say i love your book i just cant put it down, it has made me laugh,cry and you should be very proud of what you have achieved in your life, you are an inspiration to us all. I realy wanted to come to see you on your book signing in Sheffield but my daughter was pourly, i was gutted so i really hope you will be coming round here near Alfreton/mansfield soon.You have helped me so much with my body confidence and also i have now been able to talk to my autistic daughter about hers, i am so gratful that you came into our lives you are so loved. I am really hoping i get to meet you one day then i can thank you in person for what you have done for me and mine love you always big kiss and a hug luv Suzie xxxx

  • becky m on November 4th, 2010 at 12:22 am

    Hey Gok, your book was amazing i couldnt put it down. You are such an inspiration to so many, you make me smile. Always remember you are fearfully and wonderfully made, lots of love and a big snog hehe becky Mwah

  • Michelle on November 4th, 2010 at 7:51 am

    I realise from looking at all the posts on here that I am amongst the VERY many people who LOVE you! My wife bought me your autobiography for my birthday recently and I’ve felt so inspired by reading it. I’ve been and come through depression, suicide attempts, coming out and now having an amazing life with my beautiful partner – we had our civil partnership in March of this year. I just wanted to say that I’m reading your book at the moment and having a bit of a tough time on a ‘practice placement’ whilst training to be an occupational therapist. I shall read your book today to remind myself that I can get through this and achieve what I want to achieve. Gok – thank you for sharing your experiences, for making me smile, laugh and believe that anything’s possible. BIG BIG HUGS,


  • Katie on November 4th, 2010 at 8:06 am

    Hey Gok!!
    Just a quick note before work. ….Love, Love, Love the new book!! Firstly i’d just like to say THANKYOU! You inspire so many of us to be the best that we can be. I dont necessarily struggle with body image, as in dressing for my shape or not loving my body, but i DO struggle with skin issues. Ive had acne since early teens(i’m now 34)..and even when spot free i constantly stress about my skin, trying to hide it under (probably too much) make-up. Lets just say I have my own “Naked” battle going on.
    Anyway, i must dash. I promise to write a proper review of the book later on today. Love ya lots…Katie. xxx

  • Lorraine Balcombe on November 4th, 2010 at 9:20 am

    Hi Gok, I just want to say how inspiring I found your book. Like you I have had issues with my weight as a child (and adult) and every word you wrote about your childhood I could relate to. The secret whispers of bullying that went unnoticed by the teachers to the emotional impact it had on your family. I felt every bit of what you went through and felt like “Thank God it wasn’t just me that went throught that” (as you think at times it is very personal but at the end of the day it’s now the bullies that I pity) and like you today you thank the bullies for for shaping you into the adult you’ve become. Today Gok is my first anniversary of having a Gastric bypass. A year ago today I was 12 stone heavier. I now feel I have control back in my life and i’m enjoying rediscovering who I am. Clothes were like a dirty secret for years as with the weigth I was carrying you limited yourself to what you wore as looking at yourself in the mirror was something you didn’t enjoy. I brought my first ever size 14 pair of trousers last week and am enjoying trying to find out what my new style will be. Thank you Gok for being a fantastic role model for all of us. My 10 yr old daughter Briony adores your programs can’t get enough of you. You are an inspiration to all ages and you should be extremely proud of who you are and the journey that has shaped you. You touch all our lives xxx

  • Paige Culbert on November 4th, 2010 at 12:05 pm

    I was glued to your book from the day i got it lmao, it amazed me. I really cant wait till you come to Glasgow on saturday, bit hard to believe im actually going to meet you! Your my idol & i love you<3 xxxxxxxxxxxxx

  • Rachel on November 4th, 2010 at 1:13 pm

    Just wanted to say a massive thankyou to you, Gok! As a sales assistant in a Swimwear shop, I work all day with women who hate their bodies (and thus, themselves). I must say, I’ve quoted you on many occasions! You’ve helped me try and get through to all my customers, as well as understand their body shapes and what will suit them. I’ve also become more frank about talking to customers about the way their boobs sit and so on.
    Thanks again! Just wanted to share the love I have for you.
    Best Wishes!
    With love from The Big Swim, Sydney, Australia

  • Jennifer on November 4th, 2010 at 6:08 pm

    you are a true inspiration and a role model tro all women and men around the world, your book is very touching and is my own personal bible along with all your fashion books. if i ever met you i think i might pass out! true super fan here
    keep doing the good work, you make many people’s lives so much better and more confident. x

  • Bernadette on November 4th, 2010 at 8:26 pm

    Hello Aunty Gok!
    It took me just two days to read your book..and I have to say that it’s the best book I’ve ever read. So emotional to read…you’ve laid your life out for all to see, that’s a very brave thing to do.
    How lucky you are to have such a wonderful caring supportive family too!
    I love you even more now Gok..if that was at all possible!!
    You are an inspiration to so many people and you should be very proud of what you have achieved.
    Long may you continue…but also remember to look after yourself too!!xxxxxx

  • emma "gokett" stephens on November 4th, 2010 at 11:07 pm

    Hey gok, just wanna say ur such an inspiration too me I finally got 2 meet u the other week at your book singing in the trafford centre I was first in line n was so happy 2 finally meet my idol, i’ve nearly finshed ur book which has touched me as i’ve bin through similar situations in life specially the part about the bullies words being like a dripping tap. But as u do I see the positive from what I went through its made me the person who I am 2 day and I thank them 4 it, I have no regrets and thanks to auntie gok and his show I feel better about myself. Thank u gok ur ace and an inspiration x x x ema

    P.s would love 2 b on ur show one day as it would b a dream come true 2 b a proper gokett x

  • Laura McCabe on November 5th, 2010 at 6:54 am

    Hi Gok, just finished reading your autobiography and I couldn’t put it down. What a fantastic read! You are an inspiration to us all and it is because of you that I have learned to love who I am, accept myself and even battle some of my own food problems. Thank you so much. I wish you loads of future happiness and success, you deserve it!. Love ya xXx

  • computer repairp rice guide on November 5th, 2010 at 10:52 am

    You certainly have some agreeable opinions and views. Your blog provides a fresh look at the subject.

  • bambii :) on November 5th, 2010 at 2:14 pm

    heyyy :) i love ur tv show im intreged by your fashion crase i love fashion too :) hope u reply have funn :) <3 xx

  • Jo Lawrence on November 5th, 2010 at 7:58 pm

    PLEASE CAN YOU HELP ME?!? For several years (I’m not joking!) I’ve been looking for a nice pair of flat, black boots that I can wear with skirts. You may think that I would find this quite easy but I have quite thin calf muscles (about 33/34cm) and very thin ankles and find it impossible to find any boots that fit and that don’t look like a pair of welly boots! I have resorted to looking in specialist magazines but the width of the top of the boot gets bigger with the size of the boot. That means that I could buy a size 4 boot with a width of 34cm but by the time you get to a 5.5 (my size) the width has gone up to 40cm!! Please, please, please can you give any advice of where I can look? I’ve exhausted every shop in Bristol and you are truly my last hope!! Thanks.

  • just1jayne on November 5th, 2010 at 8:05 pm

    Loved the book the letters to your friends and family were moving, but the wan that did it for me was to your dad. Can’t wait for the sequel.

  • jackie smith on November 5th, 2010 at 11:15 pm

    can’t wait for clothes show live @ birmingham. see you there

  • Karen M on November 6th, 2010 at 1:05 am

    Hi Gok

    I was at your book signing in Belfast – had my 5 yr old son with me who you chatted to and he was impressed and claimed the book to be his.

    Your book was a great insight into what is special about you!! Noone can question your sincereity after reading this book as it comes from the heart. I read every page and have also downloaded the audiobook – in all honesty, I am too scared to listen to it, as I know with you reading it, it will be extremely emotional.
    You are only a couple of years older than me and going to school in NI wasn’t easy either. You just deal with the bullies whatever way you can – sometimes no reaction is the best reaction.

    you are beautiful – K xx

  • OmG L on November 6th, 2010 at 12:08 pm

    Omg this site is so cool! I love your shows
    Aunty G!! Keep up such the cool and wonderful work Gok!
    My fave fa site by so much!
    Luv OmG L

  • Kerri on November 6th, 2010 at 1:49 pm

    I absolutely LOVE you Gok.
    I watch absolutely everything you are in on telly!!
    Ordered your book and read it in days, I couldn’t put it down.
    Some bits made me laugh and other times I was crying!
    Keep up with everything you do, you’re a real inspiration!
    Kerri xx

  • Veronica on November 6th, 2010 at 4:35 pm

    Love your blog, and follow you on Twitter, and of course your TV progs are a MUST!!. Can you PLEASE do a series of weight loss surgery patients being made over. Most have been fat all their life, then suddenly they are a “normal” size. They have no idea of body shape or style for being thinner. We all take such a pounding from the press and face such prejudice it would be good to tell a few stories and show people how hard it really is.
    PLEASE help us all, and me toooooooooo.

    Thanks hun xxxx

  • lulu mac on November 6th, 2010 at 6:51 pm


    I know that you help out women with low confidence and little fashion sense, but I was wondering wether you would consider it for teenagers?
    It’s just that I have this friend, and I would really love you to help her. She has actually a nice body under her baggy clothes but she hates the way she looks and it shows in her low self esteem.
    I think that making teenagers love the way they look is such a good idea. I know several bulimic and anorexic girls and it is such a huge issue. It rubs off on everyone, you hardly ever find anyone who is happy with the way they look at school.
    I hope you read this and think about doing it, it is such a good cause.

    Lulu Mac

  • terminator endoskeleton action figure on November 6th, 2010 at 10:58 pm

    I’ve been visiting your blog for a while now and I always find a gem in your new posts. Thanks for sharing.

  • Rebecca Best on November 7th, 2010 at 9:08 am

    Gok, really loved reading the book, felt all your up and downs and emotions. Can’t wait for your new shows. x

  • Ruthie Green on November 7th, 2010 at 11:22 am

    Hi Auntie Gok, downloaded your book to my Kindle – couldn’t stop reading it! Wow what a life you’ve led!
    I SO identify with a lot of your ‘fat & unsecure’ feelings – I’ve had a eating/weight problem all my life. Have just about conquered it – (I’m now 58!)
    I love your fashion advice & have really changed my look since watching your programmes – have become the accessory queen :-) Love wide belts to show off my waist (I’m an hour glass) and also statement jewellery.

    Long may you continue to champion the cause of women everywhere xxx

  • Emy Amaya on November 7th, 2010 at 6:24 pm

    Hi Gok

    Let me tell u your show has made wonders on me I havent wore a skirt for 15 years, whenever I watch your show I feel more confidence.


  • Florentina on November 8th, 2010 at 11:46 am

    Dear Gok,
    I really love the way you make people feel good about themselves! It’s the most important thing, but sometimes we forget this, unfortunately… It’s easier to feel depressed than proud and comfortable. But we have you to remind us what’s most important! :)
    Do you have also an official page on facebook too?


  • Natalie on November 8th, 2010 at 5:22 pm

    Hi Gok!

    So pleased to see you have a website.
    I have just listened to your interview on Women’s Hour from a few weeks ago, and i can’t wait to read your book. Kudos to you for fighting anorexia, i am in recovery from anorexia myself at the moment and it really is a b*@ch! When I was having Body Image sessions when i was an inpatient they stood us in front of a mirror and we said what we saw – which was always unrelentingly negative. I always commented that they needed to get you in to do some positive stuff afterwards! I am so much better now than I was but I still massively struggle with my body image and each day is a series of choices to keep anorexia at bay, so your story and the work you do are well received and appreciated. Keep up the good work – personal and professional!

  • Jan Edwards on November 8th, 2010 at 7:52 pm

    Hi Gok what an inspiration you are! I am a Leicester girl and need your help, I have lost 3 members of my family in the last year (Sister, Mum & Dad) and feel rock bottom. I really need some help to reinvent myself and get back on my feet, I would love your input as I feel I could trust you whilst I am this low vulnerable stage. I am willing to pay for a private consultation, please help, god knows I need something to look forward to, Jan 48yrs from Leicester.

  • gurtej on November 8th, 2010 at 8:21 pm

    hi gok, i know everyone must have said this to you a million times but we all love what u do and how u make women and men feel more confident and special about how they look and what they wear can express their personality!!

    absolutly love your shows, my familt members even call me a mini gok wan just because i love advicing people on what to wear to make them feel more like themselves and i love costumising my clothes… just like you! lol

    also one quick questions the shoes that u wear in your photos for “ready to attend any style crisis” in goks galleries, where did u get them? lol

  • Lucy Davis on November 9th, 2010 at 7:15 pm

    Hi Gok,
    I absolutely love you and everything you are doing! I am currently a final year student at University of Leeds and I have massive interest in fashion. As a part of my enterprise project I am working with 4 other people to produce a charity fashion show in Kingston in March 2011. I know you are probably soooooo busy with the new book, and clothes show coming up, but would there be any chance that you would want to get involved with it?
    Lots of Love Lucy xxx

  • Paige Hamilton on November 9th, 2010 at 10:11 pm

    Hi gok, very cool web-site you have here..I have a intreasting proposal for you no sorry dont want to marry you as gorgeous as you are! It will be a challenge but i feel will give you a huge thrill..I own a small business and have recently got involved with kemp hospice a small local charity in kidderminster which is crying out for help and i have offered my services to plan events and boost there fund raising. Kemp hospice recently held a fashion show using stock donated from there four local charity shops, however was missing the gok magic touch!!! In the current climate charity shops should be booming.. customizing, recycling fashions of past generations and a great excuse to get out the sowing machine out and create current fashion at half the highsteet price…Charity shops in a small town such as ours needs a face lift and a trendy guy to gok it up. It’s a long shot i know,would make a great programme dont you think? The Kemp hospice is a charity with so much heart just want to do my best for them and all the people they help. could’nt help but notice the book signing dates could be the perfect opportunity to put a name to a face. all the very best yours sincerely Paige Hamilton X

  • Jenny on November 10th, 2010 at 2:59 pm

    Dearest Gok, I just wanted to say how much I have enjoyed all your shows and books. I think it is amazing what you do, and the amount of times your tips have helped me and made me feel so much better about myself! Your autobiography is in the post as we speak! I look forward to reading it and hopefully seeing you at Clothes Show Live. Yay for the new fansite!! Love Jenny xx

  • SheilaB on November 10th, 2010 at 3:26 pm

    Heyyy Gorgeous, so glad you’ve got your own fanpage, you deserve it. Loving your work, love the way you make women feel amazing. I’ve gone through a bit of a make-over myself. Used to weigh 20stone 6lbs, had real problems with anxiety, panic attacks, self-harm and depression. Decided enough is enough, this sheila was a boring old bag and needed to bugga off! Sooo paid to have a gastric bypass, have lost 10stone 5 pounds, so less than half the woman I was, chopped all my bum length black hair off, have now got blonde choppy crop. Have always loved fashion, can now wear it, yippee. If you ever do a programme of extreme makeovers and how they change lives keep me in mind, would love a good gossip wih you. Keep amazing! Sheila xx

  • L.A . on November 10th, 2010 at 10:40 pm

    Which Waterstones will you be at in Glasgow? There are 3. Looking forward to it and LOVING your book! x

  • lorna groundwater on November 10th, 2010 at 11:47 pm

    hi Gok, i think it is great the way that you can change the way someone looks just by styling them. my only issue is that i have a large chest but i dont love it and i want to know how i can try and minimize this fact with out wearing big baggy jumpers which just make me look fat.
    looking for help lorna x

  • Amber Colman on November 11th, 2010 at 11:58 am

    As part of my EPQ for school, which i am doing for fashion,i was just wondering, if you can give me some tips, like i was thinking of making a victorian dress, but with a bit of a modern twist to show a link between the two time periods, have you got any suggestions, what materal i could use or, what style i could use, etc. Any help would be much appreciated.

    Yours sincerely,
    Amber Colman

  • Claire on November 12th, 2010 at 2:36 pm

    Hey Gok. you inspire me so much, i love to watch you making beautiful women on the inside into beautiful women on the outside, i’m hoping to catch you in Braehead (: love yaaa Claire xx

  • Afsaneh on November 12th, 2010 at 3:11 pm

    Hi Gok, I really find your work inspiring and love watching your programmes. your website is great and all the best with your book sighning tour.

    Gok, I work for a company called Dimensions and we support people with Learning Disabilities and Autism. A lot of the people we support are very much into fasion and would love to have an opportunity to appear in a fashion show.is there any chance that we could do something together and may be organise a fashion show for the people we support? After all fashion is for everyone, isn’t it? love to hear back from you. xxx

  • Rose Marie Armour on November 13th, 2010 at 9:15 am

    Hey there Gok hope you have a safe trip to Scotland, it’s very cold but sunny today so a bit deceiving. I will be in edinburgh later on to meet you and really looking forward to it. You are an inspiration to many women (and men) out there. Gok YOU ROCK !!!! mwah xx

  • tom han on November 13th, 2010 at 1:47 pm

    dear gok,
    i’m your biggest fan im 13 male and the little version of you as what my family friends and teachers say i have a question for you… What made you finally get a guy on the show???

  • Trish on November 13th, 2010 at 2:36 pm

    Hi Gok, I’m not sure if you get to read all your posts so I’m hoping you do!! I’m getting desparate to find help with organising a fashion show to raise money at my daughters school. We ran a great Beauty evening last year for the girls and wanted to add fashion this year but no stores can help us out, I’ve tried loads!!!! Hair & Beauty business’s have been fantastic but we just can’t get any fashion stores to commit.
    Can you use your wonderful charm to get us someone to run a fashion show, we can get the girls to be the models??????
    Anything you can do to help would be very much appreciated.
    Thanks for your consideration Gok.


  • Kirsten on November 13th, 2010 at 3:57 pm

    Hi Gok :) !
    i know this is a bit of a long shot and you probably wont get to ever read this but you never know till you try right? In a year and a half, me and a group of people in my year at school are going to malawi and zambia for 4 weeks, but to be able to go we need to raise £4000 EACH! D: it is an amazing oppertunity for us to go and make a difference in the people’s lives over there and im soooo excited about it, how many 16 year olds can say they have done that 😛 ?
    i know you’re a busy man but if you happen to be in scotland over the next 16 months and can spare a few hours to come and help us out with raising some money i cannot actually put it into words how thankful i would be!! everyone would be soooo excited if you came and i also happen to be a gokette through and through 😀 anything you could do to help us would be absolutely amazing, but i understand if it is unmanageable :)
    hope to hear from you, love ya aunty g !!!!!! XX

  • Rose Marie Armour on November 13th, 2010 at 8:13 pm

    Well what a day it was for me, waited from 1pm – 5pm for the signing and OMG it was well worth the wait. Gok you are a wonderful man and thank you for spending time signing your books. It was lovely to meet you and get a kiss from you too, oh and thanks for the compliment on my hat :) you made me a very happy lady indeed today. THANKS A MILLION

  • Amanda Johnston on November 13th, 2010 at 8:14 pm

    Hi Gok,
    I just wanted to post a wee message to say Thank You so very much for coming to Waterstones at Braehead, Glasgow. I love you sooo much and want to Thank you for the picture you got taken with me. You made my day and im on top of the world. LOVE YOU GOK!!!!!!
    Hope you come back to see us in Glasgow again soon.
    Take Care babe.
    Amanda xxx

  • Amanda Johnston on November 13th, 2010 at 8:22 pm

    Hey Gok, wished we had a little more time with you today at Glasgow. Picked my outfit especially to come see you. I wondered did u think i suited me? Never sure what my body shape is now since Ive lost 3 stone. Would have loved to have got ur opinion on my outfit.
    Love You Gok !!!!
    Take Care! XXX

  • Lucy Barrett on November 13th, 2010 at 10:36 pm

    Hay Girlfriend, Do You think you will be doing any book signings nera worcester or cheltenham, ive waited 5 years to meet you, laese can you do it therre?

  • Teju on November 14th, 2010 at 11:42 am

    Hey Gok am like in love with you! i watch your t.v shows and you inspire me, am tall and when i was younger i did get bullied for it. Now am applying to do modelling and from the support or you and my aunty from south africa i just wunna thank you!
    i really hope that i can meet you on day
    much lovee
    Tejuu xxxxxx

  • amy on November 14th, 2010 at 3:59 pm

    hiii aunty gok x
    i came to braehead for the book signing x
    i was so happy to see you x
    im glad that u liked my glasses 😀 x
    love you xx

  • Jan on November 14th, 2010 at 10:07 pm

    queued from 2.45pm – 5pm for your book signing edinburgh and i’d do it all over again!! thanks for the smile, got a great pic of us!!! will treasure it forever xxx

  • veronica on November 14th, 2010 at 10:26 pm

    hello gorgeous you have changed my life so much THANK YOU I may be 51 but boy am I enjoying life now just by learning from you. I do not buy any clothes now without thinking what would Gok think so now I am dressed to kill at work at home or out thank you so much my confidence has grown so much you are a true star love you mate x x

  • miss carley duff on November 15th, 2010 at 2:30 pm

    Dear Gok
    Hiya babe, hope you are enjoying this chilly day, wondered what i needed to do to get a birthday card signed for my sister in-law , she is a die hard Gok fan . i am taking her for her birthday to rigby and peller to get the bra sorted firstly.
    She is such a amazing person . she looks after my nephew mason( 8 ) who is blind with cerebral palsy, he has had 4 operations in the last year, she is one amazing mummy , she also raises money for charity, her birthday will be 25th nov and she will be 40, please please get back to me thank you
    yours sincerely carley

  • Amy Cantwell on November 15th, 2010 at 9:39 pm

    Hey! Met you at your Edinburgh book signing and you are honestly the nicest person in the world :) I couldn’t quite get any words out as I was crying with excitement when I met you but I just want to say you are such an inspiration to me, and I love you a HUGE amount! 😀 hope you liked the bracelet I made you and all the sweets!
    love you, hope to see you again!
    Amy xxxx

  • Linda on November 15th, 2010 at 11:56 pm

    Just wanted to say, i saw you at the Edinburgh book signing on Saturday and you were just lovely even though it was short and sweet. I had been having a bad week and you gave me a kiss & hug which cheered me up…..Love you to bits Aunty Gok. Hope to see you again some time soon xx

  • dayna on November 16th, 2010 at 8:04 am

    gok…… my god if ever the day came that I waslucky enough to meet you that woould be a day cometrue. you are truely amazing!!!
    Please let me tell you my story!!!!! could you inspire me

  • Terry on November 16th, 2010 at 11:58 pm

    Dear very special Gok.
    A very big thank you for the kindness and courtesy shown me today. I’m the really good looking 63 year old fan you very kindly posed for a photo with at the Mersey Ferry Terminal.
    My very best wishes for your very happy and healthy future
    You really have made my day!…
    Kindest Regards Terry

  • merel on November 18th, 2010 at 10:29 am

    dear Gok, you make me SMILE en feel GORGEOUS. love from The Netherlands

  • Phoebe Hall on November 18th, 2010 at 12:47 pm

    Dear Gok,
    We are a group of year 10 students currently working on our Citizenship GCSE campaign which is to raise awareness of teenage girls with low self esteem. We believe you are a very good role model for people with low self esteem as you have the ability to make people feel more confident and better about themselves.
    We couldn’t find any other way to contact you and wanted to contact you to see if there was anything you could do to help us raise awareness for this issue. Obviously we would like to meet you if given the opportunity but we know that is not ideal as we know how busy you are.
    Any contribution you could make would be much appreciated.
    Hope you can get back to us soon, thank you :).

  • Noor on November 18th, 2010 at 5:53 pm

    Hola Gorgeous Aunty G, I just wanted to thank you again for all the work you do for us. I have been your fan long time now but since I met you in liverpool I wanted to get in touch and so signed up on tweeter and tweeted you loads and now this just checking luck. I know your busy but please reply am gonna c u tomorow at the cat walk fingers crossed if I find it am still upset I missed you today but oh well thats done now I tweeted you before to confirm where you would be I hope you will reply sometime but am excited to see you.

    I have never known a celebrity like you you are very down to earth and very nice and very very handsome. I love your shoes and your style but, truely its your personality and your heart thats makes you YOU. I dont do fan mails or tweeter but I did it coz I found you to be real you are what you are. I really want to talk to you tomorow lets hope am able to.

    May you get a lot of success and even if you do something that doesnt go your way your gokettes’ love would be with you always and I doubt something ever would go wrong and you are handsome believe me. Loved your autobiography its great its you.

    Love you loads Noor xxxx

  • Misha on November 18th, 2010 at 11:07 pm

    Hi Gok!
    I don’t much care about fashion or what I wear, and I rarely watch TV, so in the normal run of things I would not have come across you. But a friend of mine said you ought to look at this guy, you are going to like him a lot, he is making people feel good about themselves. So I watched your film ‘Too fat too young’ and I loved it. I loved it that you are so eloquent, so honest, so positive. It was a marvellous film, and I find it inspiring in that it says that however badly you get in a mess, you can come back again. And I loved the kids in the film who are good kids facing so much difficulty. Good luck to them too.
    A big thanks to you:I will be thinking of you and trying to stay focused as I give up smoking this week. And you look after yourself well and go on being yourself. That is enough, and it is excellent.
    Best wishes

  • Sam on November 19th, 2010 at 10:11 am

    Dear Gok, just read your book and am so touched. This year (after a 37 year battle), I’ve finally faced my own demons and can now look in the mirror once again.
    We’ve never met, but you’ve helped me on my journey and I can’t thank you enough.
    Thank you Aunty Gok – I wish there were more people like you in this world.
    Lots of hugs and kisses – you fabulous man!
    I wish you all the happiness in the world
    Sam x

  • Joanne Hitchmough on November 19th, 2010 at 4:08 pm

    Hi came down to Liverpool one and watched you filming,thought you were great. I would have loved to meet you and asked you for some fashion tips but you were very busy. Can’t wait to see the show my daughter Niamh who is 8 years old could not believe that I had seen you, she loves your show as well xxxxx

  • Enter your name here Sue on November 20th, 2010 at 8:27 am

    Turned on TV last night and caught your programme where you took the imaging into schools – As I have spent all my life (nearly 59+1) and still have a poor body image, knowing how it has ruled my life I applaud you and wish that I had met you long ago – keep up the good work.

  • Sue C on November 20th, 2010 at 11:26 am

    Hi Gok – great website but I want to know is how I really find out what my body shape, coz at the minute my middle is losing whatever shape I may have had a few years back. I’ve tried finding out on your fashion fix site and it tells me I’m athletic shape. I already dress along the lines it tells me but just can’t find my waist or shape properly. Nothing feels good anymore. How else can I go about finding out my right shape and how to look gorg for my hubby again so I can stun him? All help gratefully received :~ x

  • DaisyCrazy on November 20th, 2010 at 12:41 pm

    Just finished your lovely autobiography and wanted to let you know how much I enjoyed it. It’s so inspiring cause you reinvented yourself so many times and didn’t let the difficulties let you down. Thanks for sharing your story so far with us! You are truly great!

  • Chantelle Day on November 20th, 2010 at 2:39 pm

    Hi Gok we loved your cat walk show in my home town Liverpool,, you where AMAZING come back soon, luv ya <3

  • Miriam Thorne on November 20th, 2010 at 4:43 pm

    Hi Gok, very upset as have just rushed up to Bluewater to get a book signed by you for my sisters 30th Birthday only to find out that your book signing has been cancelled – my sister is a huge fan (she always says “what would Goky say!”) and i’m so upset that i couldn’t get her wardrobe hero’s autograph for her :(

  • Anouk on November 21st, 2010 at 7:20 am

    Hi Gok,

    Just wanted to let you know that I think you’re AWESOME!!!

    Hope to see lots more!

    Love from the Netherlands,

  • holly greenwood on November 21st, 2010 at 8:52 am

    hey gok,
    just wanted to say i read your book in like two days :), i think its amazing, its really touched me especially the letter at the end to your dad. cant say there werent a few tears 😛 congrats on the sitee. i will hopefully see you at the clothes show 😀 exited MUCH!, your signing books right? well ive already got ‘through thick and thin’ signed, will you be signing any of your other books?
    love you so much lots and lots of hugs and kisses holly xxxxxxxxx mwaaa.
    p.s when filming your shows will you be doing any shows at meadowhall? trafford centre? i really wanna go! xxxx

  • nettie morgan on November 21st, 2010 at 11:21 am

    I enjoy watching your show.always looking out for ideas to help me.so looking forward to a few tips in the news letters :)

  • Keith Fordyce on November 21st, 2010 at 12:45 pm

    Hello Auntie Gok what a fantastic site + you look so amazing + beaming witg lots of confidence wish i had some like yours lol. I loved your How to Look Good Naked shows when you Goked a man loved it lol wish you could gok me as im lost when it comes to clothes especially havin been dumped 3 months ago by my partner of 7years i just feel i dont how to be gay again and since bein diagnoised with Bells Palsey recently i have hidden myself away. Please help me find me again. You take care + have lots of fun with your book tour etc. Keith from Fife x x x :)

  • Helen :) on November 21st, 2010 at 6:47 pm

    Hii, I’m Helen :)
    I think you are absolutely fantastic with what you do for women all around the country. I am only 15 years old and you have helped me sooo much, its unbelievable. You’ve also helped my mum gain confidence :) I used to have a problem with my weight, and about a year ago now i slowly started to get over it, but then it all sped up when i saw one of your programmes. What you do for women is amazing. You help them gain soo much confidence, and you even help people you don’t meet.
    You helped me :)
    So i thank you so so much for being there for un-confident women who need help.
    I wish i could meet you to thank you more properly!
    THANK YOU!!! 😀
    Gok Wan- Love you and your work
    From a very big fan,
    Helen xxxxxxxxx :)

  • Sandra on November 22nd, 2010 at 10:05 am

    Really love you Gok, and all that you do. Im reading “through thick and thin” at the minute and enjoying it!!! Would SO LOVE TO MEET you, when you coming to Ireland again????? Please come SOON!!!! You have a fab day now, big huge cuddles XXX

  • jem on November 22nd, 2010 at 3:46 pm

    im reading your book at the moment through thick and thin WHAT AN AMAZING BOOK, i cant put it down, you really are an inspiration auntie gok! , all my love jem xx

  • Becky on November 23rd, 2010 at 12:19 am

    OMG!!! I LOVE YOU!!!! you are amazing at what you do i would love to have a fraction of the fashion sense you have (believe me i have none!) i watch you religiously and take in as much as i can i wish with all my heart i could be so lucky 2 have a gok make over (i dream about it every night) thank you for sticking up for the curvy ladies among us you gave us the light we needed to show how beautiful we are. you are an ispiration to all love you xx

  • Laura on November 23rd, 2010 at 1:29 am

    PLEASE help me find a dress for my work Christmas dinner!Xxx

  • Bethany and Alefia on November 23rd, 2010 at 1:54 pm

    Hello, my names Bethany and myself and my friend Alefia would like to know if you hold work experience placements that would be held from the 11th of April to the 15th of April 2011. As we are both interested in fashion design and would love to work with such an experienced designer. If possible please let us know.

    Kind regards
    Bethany and Alefia x

  • Doreen Murray on November 24th, 2010 at 4:31 am

    Hello from Oz
    Please come to Australia and HELP us out here……….I own a shop that sells fashion in Western Australia and the thing women most hate about themselves in OZ is their arms.
    As it is hot here more times than cold it is hard to keep them covered but everybody wants to.
    Everybody in OZ is a great fan of your show…………


  • Pritsara on November 24th, 2010 at 5:46 am

    Love your program Gok.
    Will you book available in Singapore?

  • Lizzie on November 25th, 2010 at 4:48 am

    Hi Gok
    I am your number one NZ fan – absolutely love and scrutinise everything you say on your programmes and read all your books – you are a legend. Thanks so much for making so many women feel gorgeous and always accentuating the positive. I pick up so many tips watching you in action – many thanks.

  • Jo Gray on November 25th, 2010 at 12:15 pm

    Hi Gok,

    Just wondering if you will be doing any more signing’s? We live in Stogursey which is a little village just outside Bridgwater but can’t get to Cribbs on 27/11/10 as my children are in a pantomime next week and are at rehearsals. My daughter is doing hair and beauty at college and is going to the fashion show at Birmingham but unfotunately is going to miss you as they are going on Monday 6th December. She desperately wants to get your book and autograph!

    Is there anything you can do??????????

    Hope to hear from you soon.

    Kind regards,


  • Amy Toi on November 26th, 2010 at 2:12 pm

    Auntie Gok! I fell in love with u just by watching your show Do I look good naked on BBC lifestyle. Youre the best! Sincere n so not fake!

    Love u big time!
    Amy (Singapore)

  • Ashleigh brown on November 26th, 2010 at 3:11 pm

    are you at a book signing in bristol tomorrow? xxxxxxxxxxx i love you so much xxxxxxxxxx

  • Crystal on November 27th, 2010 at 2:15 am

    Hi Aunty G me and my mum watch you tv shows religeously :) i think you are amazing! I have one question for you. My mum is big and beautiful and has a really big problem with her body but i think she is gorgeous. Iv been woundering how to apply her for your how to look good naked. But can never find it. My mum has a pretty good sence of fashion but not completly and has a real hang up about her body it takes her hours to get ready for a night out because she thinks she looks fat in everything. But she doesnt! There are things that shed love to wear or love to get back into but does not have the confidence. could you email me some details on how to apply for how to look good naked, are there any costs? Any help from you would be brill! Hope to hear from you soon! Btw I love you 😀 hehe.
    Thanks so much.

  • jamie byrne on November 27th, 2010 at 5:11 am

    Hey There Gok – i just finished reading your Autobiography and i could not put it down.
    You are amazing – such a wonderful inspiration to people out there every where.

    you ROCK GOK – we love you

    thank you for being you

    love Jimmy x

  • Matreya on November 27th, 2010 at 9:32 am

    hi Gok, i know loads of people will ask you this but how do I get my wife onto your show, she has such a low self confidence and it really holds here back in life, which is a really problem as she is great when she isn’t worrying about what everyone else thinks about here. cheers Matreya

  • Roisin McKenna on November 27th, 2010 at 5:04 pm

    Hi Gok. I had the pleasure of meeting you today at your book signing in Bristol, I flew in from Belfast especially for it! :) I absolutely loved your book, I loved your honesty about the hard times in your life & the laugh out loud moments I had whilst reading some of your sayings, to quote just one “**** me backwards with a plastic fish slice it’s SJP” I all but fell off my chair at that one….lol…..SO similar to my friend’s kinda sayings & I think that’s what I love about you most, even though I don’t know you I feel you just have that natural warmth that comes across in your tv programmes & your book that makes us all feel like we’d be the best of friends if we ever hung out, which is an amazing quality to have & is also so refreshing in this celeb-diva kinda culture. You are an inspiration & have really changed how women think about their bodies. I just wish every lady out there could have a mini Gok Wan to carry around in their pocket so on a down day you would be there with a kind word & some advice to make us all feel better & boost our confidence……at least that’s what I tell all my friends & my boyfriend. Lots of love & kisses from a very big fan. xoxo

  • Jenny on November 27th, 2010 at 7:51 pm

    Hi Gok, saw you in southampton earlier for your book signing. Waited in the queue outside in the freezing cold for ages but so worth it. Thanks for being so nice. Can’t wait to read your book. Much love xxxxxxx

  • Phoebe on November 27th, 2010 at 10:54 pm

    Gok how about a show about transgenderd girls/men
    thank you

  • Richard Avery on November 28th, 2010 at 11:25 am


    Greetings, I have just read your piece in The Observer (28th Nov) 5 Things I Know About Style and I enjoyed all of what you said except in your your first item you say “my style is obsessive and schizophrenic”. Now by using the word ‘schizophrenic’ I am guessing you mean that it changes unpredictably to suit your feeling of the day, because many people think that people with schizophrenia have multiple personalities and change unpredictably. This is not so, and the continued use of the word in this way harms the cause for people who do suffer from this unpleasant and debilitating illness. I would be ever grateful to you if you were to stop using the word ‘schizophrenia’ in a way that implies a change of personality as it only serves to reinforce an urban myth. My background? 64 years old and a long career in mental health speaking up for the downtrodden.
    Have a great Christmas and don’t stop what you’re doing, you bring happiness to a lot of people.

    Best wishes


  • Enter your name here gerry on November 28th, 2010 at 11:42 am

    have been trying to get a poster of gok for my step daughter,signed would be great for a xmas gift,but just the poster its self would be good ,but cant find one anywhere can you please help,,,,,

  • ashleigh on November 28th, 2010 at 1:55 pm

    Hey Gok :) i met you yesterday at bristol 😀 i love you so much! your so inspiring and i’m reading your autobiography now, love it! anyway was just wondering im in london after christmas for a couple of weeks, would it be possible to meet you again? :) i’m your biggest fan and i’d love to meet you again! ashleigh xxx

  • Zara on November 28th, 2010 at 3:06 pm

    Hey Gok,thanks for the book signing yesterday in southampton and it was lovely to meet you too! ive read some of your book and i think its amazing already.
    You should come to the isle of wight for a signing it would be lovely to meet you again and my mum really wants to meet you as she is jelous i did yesterday

    I Love you. X

  • Mimi George on November 28th, 2010 at 5:39 pm

    Hey Gok, SO sorry I burst into tears when i met you in bristol on the 27th it is just that i was So over whelmed by meeting you but i am glad my mum made you laugh by saying ” i love the way you call them Bangers” hehe!! :) I am So happy you came to Bristol to do the book signing i have already read half the book it is the best book i have EVER read!! xxx you reslly inspire me and i so want to be a fashion designer when i am older!! please can you keep up with your hard work and never forget that you are the best fashion designer that has ever lived!! One day can you please come to Plymouth to do book signing because I will 100% come and see you!!!! All my love Mimi XXXXX :)

  • Jessica on November 29th, 2010 at 7:59 am

    Gok!! 😀
    1. I love you
    2. You are gorgeous
    3. You are the sweetest person in the world
    4. I can’t believe I met you and you spoke to me
    5. Please write back :)
    6. Went all the way to southhampton from watford, I waited in the cold for 3hours to see you and don’t regret it one bit
    Love your biggest gokette eveeerrrr!!!!
    Jess <3 xxxxxxx

  • Hollie Richards on November 29th, 2010 at 5:34 pm

    I plan to be just like you.
    you inspire me!

  • Emma on November 29th, 2010 at 10:54 pm

    Hi Gok

    I absolutely love everything you have ever done……you are amazing!! I want you as my personal stylist!!! :)

    I’m a thid year uni student down in portsmouth and its dissertation time. I’m doing my dissertation on the female body and how women are percieved in men’s mags like nuts, zoo, fhm etc and I was wondering….. you work in the fashion industry you see bodies of all shapes and sizes and how women dress would you consider letting me interveiw you to get your opinion on why it is that men may percieve women in negative ways through these types of men’s mags?

    It would really really really help me out a lot to get an experts opinion on this subject and I would be ever so greatful!

    Hope to hear from you soon!!

    Emma x :)

  • Shazza on December 2nd, 2010 at 2:21 pm

    Fantastic news! I love the way you make every single woman love themselves. You’re fabulous, Gok! Love you X Shazza from HK

  • Shona on December 2nd, 2010 at 10:08 pm

    Hi Gok,

    Just wanted to say how great it was to meet you at your book signing in Edinburgh recently. You are a lovely man.

    You’re a bit of a hero of mine because you make women feel better about themselves as they are!

    I have started reading your book and think it’s been a brilliant read so far. Look forward to seeing you back on tv soon! xx

  • Joanne Walsh on December 3rd, 2010 at 10:11 am

    The following message appeared on my work’s intranet

    Gok’s team is on the lookout for groups of up to three women who feel they are in need of his help so if you and a couple of girlfriends want a fashion fix why not get together and register your interest.

    Myself and two friends are in need of some help well myself and 1 friend in particular. Anyway when put the information about us together and sent it to the email quoted the email address was not recognised. Is this just someone at my work messing around or are you and your team really looking for people.

    Thanks and love the shows keep it up


  • Jooles on December 3rd, 2010 at 11:15 am

    Hi, I think it’s fab what you do and how you make people feel, in particular I was interested in the your emphasis on introcucing ‘Body Image’ lessons into the curriculum.

    However, what I would really appreciate is some advice on how I can go about doing this? I’m teaching a group of girls about health, diet and fitness, but would love to improve their self confidence and help them to be more positive about how they look and feel.

    Could you possibly provide me with some ‘good practice’ that you have come across during this campaigne? Possibly tell me where I can find resources to help me to make this a success for the girls? Who I could contact for advice or even some speakers/role models/inspirational women? Or perhaps you’d like to teach us all a thing or too? :)

    Hope you can help, as I’d really like to take this forward and even report on how this has impacted young girls!

    Please get in touch,

    Kind regards,


  • Jooles on December 3rd, 2010 at 11:16 am

    Hi, I think it’s fab what you do and how you make people feel, in particular I was interested in the your emphasis on introcucing ‘Body Image’ lessons into the curriculum.

    However, what I would really appreciate is some advice on how I can go about doing this? I’m teaching a group of girls about health, diet and fitness, but would love to improve their self confidence and help them to be more positive about how they look and feel.

    Could you possibly provide me with some ‘good practice’ that you have come across during this campaign? Possibly tell me where I can find resources to help me to make this a success for the girls? Who I could contact for advice or even some speakers/role models/inspirational women? Or perhaps you’d like to teach us all a thing or too? :)

    Hope you can help, as I’d really like to take this forward and even report on how this has impacted young girls!

    Please get in touch,

    Kind regards,


  • Rach on December 3rd, 2010 at 7:49 pm

    Hi Gok, Thanks for visiting Southampton again – don’t think i’ve ever been so cold but was well worth the wait! Come and see us again sooooon! Rach xx

  • Emma on December 3rd, 2010 at 8:22 pm

    Hi! Love the site and think you are fabulous! I’m now in mourning as I have tickets to the clothes show for tomorrow to see you again (like last year when Jamie Stevens cut my hair!) but due to the snow I can’t get there… Have a fab time! Xx

  • Michelle on December 3rd, 2010 at 10:15 pm

    Just watched an old episode of how to look good naked and cried all the way through! I think you deserve to be knighted for what you have one for some of those women, and for projects such as fighting to get disabled models into a ‘mainstream’ high street fashion shoot. I only wish you could do the same for me!! xx

  • Janine Pickering on December 4th, 2010 at 9:03 am

    Hi Gok,

    Just sat here 39 wks pregnant swollen all over, resembling Shrek and feeling quite low about my appearance. Watching ”How to look good naked” & feeling inspired that I can transform myself once I’ve had my baby. You are fabulous Gok, I just had to come and tell you what a star you are! I’m on the big side anyway so I will have my work cut out once I start to get my body back to how I want it, but I think with you as inspiration i can love myself again! Thanks for making us girls feel better about ourselves Xxx

  • Linda on December 4th, 2010 at 2:53 pm

    Hi Gok!
    I wanted to thank you for helping me rediscover myself as I sort of lost myself for years. Still not sure of who I am but I am re-learning to appreciate very bit of myself.
    Thanks ever so much!xxx

  • Nikki Forman on December 5th, 2010 at 2:48 pm

    Hi Gok!
    You are an inspiration to any woman!
    I’m planning on getting a new up to date wardrobe to suit my shape, any advice for an hour glass shortie at only 5ft2 especially on jeans as they are SO hard to find?
    Love the website and the new range of control pants!!!!
    Hope you can help
    Nikki xxxx

  • Maurith Julie on December 5th, 2010 at 3:14 pm

    Hello You:o)

    I`ve been watching how to look good naked the last couple of years. The consept is brilliant to make me and other “to large” women all over this world understand that we are really ok. Thank you from the bottom of my heart….both for the growing confidence and all the fun learning about clothes and make up which you give to us…and excuse my bad English:o)))). I can`t help it, I`m just a Norwegian…:-)).

  • Abbie Cocksedge on December 5th, 2010 at 3:16 pm

    Hi Gok
    I love how you make woman feel proud to be in their bodies rather than telling them to solve their problems with methods such as plastic surgery, whether they are bigger or smaller woman, However i was thinking it would be a good idea to feature girls/woman with stretchmarks because lots of people have them and feel uncomfortable with their bodies because of it and want to cover them up because they are worried of what other people will think but I myself think that we should love our own skin.
    from Abbie, 14

  • Shell Edwards on December 5th, 2010 at 6:40 pm

    Hi Gok
    love the new site:-)
    Hoping you might like to get involved in a chairty fashion show I am organising in Leicester for Febuary?
    Would be great to hear from you

  • amber jade on December 6th, 2010 at 12:53 am

    gok you are a genius.you have really helped me through some tough times.keep up the great work.

  • juli on December 6th, 2010 at 6:02 pm

    Hi Gok

    Was wondering if you would ever do a show with girls like me with a stoma’s its somthing that is never discussed and never shown on beuty show’s xx

  • Elisha. on December 6th, 2010 at 7:33 pm

    Hi Gok, As your a big fasion designer i have a question to ask.
    I adore fasion and would love to do something relating to fasion, because im a tall girl 6ft, alot of people have been saying to me recentaly, you would make a lovely model. I would love to model clothes and maybe design clothes in the future, iknow i need to lose abit of weight before i consider becoming a model but am working on it. is their any advice you could give me please, and how i would go about being a model? i dont have a clue what i do?lol. Thanks ever so much, love you gok your an inspire to all men & women:)xxxxxxxx

  • Pen Hele on December 7th, 2010 at 9:15 am

    You give people self confidence which is a priceless gift. With it, they can achieve and demand so much more from life. Thank you so much. We need you.

  • Vanessa on December 8th, 2010 at 10:17 am

    Hi Gok,
    I just wanted to say how lovely it was to meet you at your book signing at the Clothes Show on Friday…..you had a kind word for everyone inspite of having to rush through the line as quickly as possible and you made my daughters day by wishing her Happy Birthday – her 13th will be one she will always remember! Thank You x ps started the book last night looking forward to the next installment tonight..

  • Jean Leslie on December 8th, 2010 at 8:32 pm

    I adore this man! Every one of his programmes “How To Look Good Naked” has reduced me to tears. Gok is the most tender, understanding young man I have ever come across——–he truly does understand women, restores their self confidence, and shows an incredible,creative and “ahead of its time” talent for fashion. He truly has done so much for us ladies!!!! WHAT A SWEETIE!!!
    Gok—-I Love you (even if I am a 64+ granny!)

  • Jennifer Jones on December 8th, 2010 at 9:24 pm

    Hello Gok
    can you tell me if you have an official facebook page as I keep coming across alot of imposters?
    However, I do follow you on Twitter! xx

  • Elin B on December 8th, 2010 at 9:52 pm

    Hi gorgeous..:)
    I`m sitting in my flat in Norway, watching your show on channel Fem :) How to look good naked…mhmm..if you could make me feel a bit better you would win a price ;)Anyway…love the show..
    Let me know when you visit Norway, handsome..;)

    Love your show and love you..have a smashing weekend to come..

    xx Elin..

  • Maralan Southern on December 9th, 2010 at 4:14 am

    Gok you have given me hope that my 61 year old saggy, lumpy body really is beautiful. My husband of 43 years loves me no matter what but I am starting to embrace my body shape and stop being ashamed of it. Thank you for all your inspiration it really is priceless. It would be wonderful if you came to Australia in particular Queensland again I would love to meet you.

  • Emma Varty on December 9th, 2010 at 8:46 am

    So looking forward to spending the afternoon in your masterclass in Leeds.

  • Brooke on December 9th, 2010 at 1:43 pm

    Hello lovely,
    Im at my wits end i need your help/advice/anything. Ive sat with a applcation form for your shows for months now n just dont have the guts to do it, it takes me to get my photo taken let alone stand in my undies in front of cameras! lol

    Basically my life is suffering because of how i feel about my body. My poor husband is at his wits end coz i just wont let him touch me.

    I lost a baby about 18 months ago and unfortuntaly afterwards had to have 6 months worth of tests, along with the “usual” feelings after losing a baby i was frustrated because I didnt know my body anymore, i didnt know what it was doing, understand it and most importantly it had failed me at my biggest dream, being a mum. Luckily after 6 months we were finally allowed to try again and my little miracle was born in July 2010. I thought that being pregnant would help me reconnect with my body but because i was so terrifed of losing another baby i distanced myself from my body even further throughout my pregnancy. Now i have the most beautiful little boy and feel truly blessed but im left with a body i dont recognise as mine. Im covered in stretch marks and loose skin, (bubs was a v healthy 8lb4 and im 5’3 lol) i just cant connect with my body. I know the clothes im wearing are doing nothing for me but im too self conscious to get dressed up. Its taking over my life, im desparate to take my son swimming but my body image is putting me off….to cut a v long story short im a prisoner in my own body….i know you cant help me personally but I need you to please please point me in the right direction….my family deserves better from me, ive finally got my baby i just wish i could accept that this is now my body…please please help im desparate n if anyone can help u can!!!!

    Huggles, Brooke xx

  • Elizabeth Organ on December 9th, 2010 at 8:00 pm

    HI Gok,
    I was wondering if there is anyway you could send me a signed photo for my niece as she had planned to go to the Cloths show but due to the weather was unable to travel from Cornwall and she had been looking forward to it for months. I would love to surprise her for Christmas. I appreciate you are very busy but if there is any chance I would be forever greatful.
    Many thanks, Liz

  • Ali on December 9th, 2010 at 10:32 pm

    Saw you at the wonderful Clothes Show Live last Saturday, where I had hoped to get you to sign your book to give to my lovely daughter for Christmas, but sadly I had to leave the queue to go into the theatre show, and didn’t get the chance to do it. I have still bought your book, because we are such fans of your shows and the way you have dealt with your own life, and I know it will be a great inspiration to my daughter, during a very difficult time in her life. Could u send a signed photo for me to put in it? Pretty please? xxxxxxx

  • Heather Stuart Tulloh on December 10th, 2010 at 2:13 am

    From the UK and live in Singapore ! Look forward to watching Fashion Fix and How to look good naked. Sinagpore needs you Gok – lots of fashion blunders here :) Thank you for making me dress & accessorise better ….. my hubby thanks you too x
    Heather x

  • Carol Glencorse on December 10th, 2010 at 9:35 am

    Dear Gok,
    My daughter absolutely loves your shows – your her hero ! Having told her about your life she would like your book for her christmas ( she to has been bullied at school & is inspired by how you turned your life around )
    She went to the clothes show on wednesday with her school textiles class. They had a fab time but due to their schedule not long enough to see everything. My daughters greatest dissappointment was to find out they had been selling autographed copies of your book which she did not see. I wondered if you could help me, if I send you your book could you sign it for her. Thanking you X

  • Jess Burrows on December 10th, 2010 at 10:29 am

    Hey, Aunty G,
    I have watched basically everyone of your How To Look Good Naked episodes about 30 times over, like everyone of your fans, and i just had to say that you are amazing. What you do for the women on your show is amazing. What you do for women all over the world is amazing. What you did for Claire (the “Trolley Dolly”) was amazing, she couldn’t see her beauty but you uncovered what she never thought she had in her. I also think that Shona is brilliant! She is making so much progress with the Bliss photoshoot and all. You are truly inspiring. I was just wondering if there was anyway I could contact you privately and get you out to Australia. I want to help someone i love be at ease with herself because she is beautiful and sometimes she scares me with the way she speaks, sometimes she gets so extremely low and i just pray for you to come to help her. I won’t get into it here in front of everyone because its personal but if there is an email i can contact it would be a great help! Thank you so much, gorgeous!
    Jess :) xx

  • Charley on December 10th, 2010 at 12:21 pm

    Please, please, please can you get your ‘Pocket Gok’ app put on the Blackberry. xxx

  • gok look alike on December 10th, 2010 at 9:34 pm

    hi gok i get physical and mentally abused as i look like you even tho i dont think i do look like you. for instance tonight i had a glass of vodka and redbull thrown over me by my gay uncle, just like to add i dont look like you. bye mate

  • Kels on December 10th, 2010 at 9:56 pm

    I have tried writing to Gok via Channel 4, not sure if letters are received this way. Can u let me know how I can send a letter to Gok please, I appreciate he must have thousands of fan mail my letter is by way of request and I would really like him to read it, is it possible??
    I hope you reply x

  • Sharon on December 10th, 2010 at 10:11 pm

    Hi Gok! LOVE the website! I was lucky enough to bump into you once in 2007 and took a photo with you, which I still have framed! You are such an inspiration and I love how you instill much needed self-confidence in everyone on your shows. It’s the main reason I love your work, not so much the clothes although I LOVE that too, but more for how you make such a difference to people’s lives and make them feel so much better about themselves despite their body hangups (we all have them!). I try to do the same for the people around me and hopefully I’ll be able to reach out to more. You do more than style the nation, you build everybody’s self-esteem and to that one person, it’s a chance to live an exciting life again without being crippled by issues of self-image. You are AMAZING.

    Much love,

  • Yasmin Pakan on December 11th, 2010 at 12:20 pm

    HEY GOK!!,

    I hope you are well!, I was wondering if there is any chance I could do an internship with you?!? I’m in my 2nd year studying fashion styling!

    I think your amazing and an inspiration to a lot of people, working with you would be a dream!

    I know your probably wayyy to busy, but i thought id ask! what have i got to loose right! please get in touch!

    wishing you an early Merry Xmas and NEW YEAR!! XXX

  • Jenny on December 14th, 2010 at 11:27 am

    Hi Gok I am a huge fan of yours and I’m always watching how to look good naked. I hope u have a Fabulious christmas and new year. I have also bought your autobiography which hopefully in the new yer I can have it signed by yourself when u come to Birmingham. Also my friend loves your show to. :)

  • PAULA on December 14th, 2010 at 11:51 am

    Fairy Gok, I need your help!!!

    I have a very Special Friend whoi is one in a million.
    Yes i’m sure many of us do, but this lady is very special.
    She has a disabled Daughter who is 27 which she cares for at home and has to do everything for her, and I mean everything, but you never hear her complain about this and she would not have it any other way.
    In the last few years she has lost some very close family members,1 being her Dad, this has left her very low.
    She is a very big fan of yours and I was wondering if there was anyway you could make a very special Girl very very HAPPY:)

    Big Thank you


  • Gail Pickin on December 14th, 2010 at 9:18 pm

    Type your comment here My daughter is 18years old & for the past 4/5 years has been dealing with low-esteem. She thinks that she’s hideous & no matter how much I have spoken to her she doesn’t believe me. It’s heart breaking, I know that I am bound to be biased but she is an intellegent, caring, goodlooking girl.
    Her boyfriend finished with her just as she was about to start Uni in October this year & her esteem took a real kicking and since then she’s really struggled.
    She look’s on you as her hero …I hope that you can help. Please.

  • EMMA on December 15th, 2010 at 3:20 am




  • Claire Hughes on December 15th, 2010 at 1:17 pm

    Hey I need your help?? I am holding a charity auction in my local town to raise money for cystic fibrosis. I have asked a number of buisness’ to help me raise a lot of money. I have let the CF Trust know and they have sent me posters ect, They have also sent me Signed autographs. This is where I need your help. Many people love and are inspired by you including myself, and I would be so grateful if there was any chance you could possibly send me your autograph. This would help so much to get the most money possible for this charity. I hope you can help. THANK YOU! Claire x x

  • Yol on December 15th, 2010 at 3:07 pm


    You are really the best, i am a dutch woman and look att all your programms at the dutch television.

    I really hope one day you will come to Holland and I will be able to meet you.
    When you come to Holland please let me know

    Love you xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

  • Gemma.E.R on December 15th, 2010 at 8:29 pm

    Gok, OMG. Iloveyou, your gorgeous and amazing! I really wanna meet you, your so cool. Iloveyou from Gemma. P.S. Merry xmas and a happy new year x

  • Chris on December 15th, 2010 at 9:33 pm

    Dear Gok, My name is Chris im 29 and currently serve in the forces, I get married next august in Rhodes and I really am struggling to dress myself and my wedding party, what makes it more difficult is the fact im away quite a lot and I have so much on with the job I do I am finding it absolutely impossible to sort things out, And what makes it worse is I havent a bloody clue, I have always watched your shows and although I have usually seen you doing marvellous things with women I was wandering if you could find it in your heart to help a clueless sailor. I want my Mrs to have the perfect wedding and although she has found the perfect dress I really worry that I wont have the time to concentrate on sorting myself out my best man and ushers, Please Please help !!

    Please Help Kind Regards Chris x

  • Dominique, The Netherlands on December 15th, 2010 at 10:48 pm

    Dear Gok,
    Possibly you’ll get tired of hearing how fab you are but it’s true: you are! I just love you show “how to look good naked” which is showing in Holland right now. Most shows fixate on botox or other chirgical sollutions – you manage to help people without actually changing them fysically! I think that’s a real gift. So if you ever think of doing a special “Gok going Dutch” -> please remember me :) I could really use your help with finding my 24 basic-items !! (I’m a 34 yrs, 1,60 mtrs tall hourglass person who tries to change her clothes from a casual to more profesional, sexy look, but somehow it’s not really working…)
    Thanks anyway and I wish you a great christmas and a wonderfull new year.

  • Ellen Gillians on December 16th, 2010 at 8:50 am

    Hi, I teach at a school that was suposed to be visiting you at the NEC clothes show live, but the trip was cancelled due to snow. I had to break the news to the girls who were devistated.

    One girl keeps saying to me ‘I really wanted to meet Gok’.

    I wonder wether it would at all be possible to send a signed photo for this girl please? She is always brilliantly well behaved and polite and comes up with soem lovely ideas in her Textiles lessons.

    It would mena so much to her, Thanks so much, Ellen

  • kimmi on December 16th, 2010 at 9:37 am

    Hi Aunty G,

    Please COME TO PERTH!!! I am in desparate need of your guidance, I have lost 70kgs but still dont know how to dress for my new body shape. Can we buy the new GOK shape Underwear here inAUSTRALIA.

    Love you Gok,

  • Paris Smith on December 17th, 2010 at 5:25 pm

    Hi gok, my mum loves you and yours shows, also all your products and she wanted to know when you are going to bring out a perfume, as she loves the smells of your body washes and body lotions.



  • Sonia on December 17th, 2010 at 7:10 pm

    I love you so much, your amazing! :) xxxxx

  • alexandria on December 17th, 2010 at 9:58 pm

    hi gok i think you are absolutley amazing and you have been a real inspiration to me im in the middle of reading your new book and it is fantastic i can relate to a lot of things you have written aboutand i love watching your tv shows and i hope one day i have the pleasure of meeting you love alexandria x x x

  • Steph on December 18th, 2010 at 11:37 pm

    OMD. I proper love you, your my inspiration and ive already read your book. Im extremely insecure about myself and I’d love the help I’ve seen you give others on how to look good naked but I’m only 16 I don’t think I’m old enough. Anyway, keep it up! xxx

  • Lauren on December 19th, 2010 at 8:24 am

    Hi Gok,

    I just wanted to say that you have inspired me so much. I have a lot of scars on my body and usually I cover them up with baggy clothes and loads of layers but watching your show I am able even if it’s just for a day not feel shy or upset with how I look. One day I hope to be able to feel like that every day.

  • Marissa Beason on December 20th, 2010 at 12:20 am

    You inspire so many women aswell as me. I just hope one day that you will be able to work your magic on me like you have on so many other ladies, on HOW TO LOOK GOOD NAKED.

  • Emaleigh on December 20th, 2010 at 4:29 pm

    Hiya, I love what you do. You not only make women look good but you make them feel good too. I met you in swindon at the WHSmiths building for a book signing, I doubt you remember me as you meet sooo many people I just want to say thankyou for taking a couple of minutes to actually speak to me and make me feel like you weren’t just doing your job.

    Take care and keep on doing your magic



  • Carmel on December 20th, 2010 at 7:38 pm

    Hi Gok!
    I’ve just finished reading your book and I just want to say how much I admire you! I always love watching you on TV and you have taught me how to dress myself. And it’s not just the clothes that matter but how a person feels on the inside while wearing the clothes, reading your book has inspired me even more..
    Anyway, I think you are FAB FAB FAB!!!!
    LOVE YOU!!!!

  • Michelle on December 20th, 2010 at 11:39 pm

    Hey Gok, Firstly, love you and love what you do!
    I live in New Zealand and do a lot of am dram. I’m in play next March and have to wear some pretty sexy stuff. I need to find a corset, has to be sexy but not slutty and I have to feel amazing in it to wear it every-night in front of 150 strangers! HELP! I’m a size 20 and don’t know where to begin to look (no where in NZ thats for sure!)
    If you could suggest any websites I could try that would be great (if your over in little ole NZ in March, I’ll even give you a free ticket to the play – its called SEXY LAUNDRY!)
    Have a great Christmas

  • Rich loves you xxx on December 21st, 2010 at 8:18 pm

    “Work It Girl Friend!”

  • Jo Parker on December 23rd, 2010 at 3:26 pm

    You have changed the way I look at myself and you are my total inspiration. Thank you so much, your are great and I love ya loads xxxxx

  • Christine Dyer on December 24th, 2010 at 3:34 pm

    Type your comment here Hi Gok i want to thank you for giving me the confidence to to be happy with myself. I am giving my daughter away next year at her wedding, and am looking forward to looking for an evening dress for the occasion, and believe it or not from a person who is very shy i am going to make a speech. Your program How to look good naked helped me with this. I have lost two and a half stone so far.
    I would also like to ask. I bought some of the body lotions that you have put your name to called Geogeous,from Boots, it has the most wonderfull perfume. Is there likely to be an actual perfume to look forward to? and my suggestion for a name is Girlfriend. Have a wonderfull christmas and look forward to seeing you in the new year. Christine xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

  • KP on December 26th, 2010 at 2:09 pm

    Hi Gok
    I have been living in Australia for 2 years now and follow your shows just as much here as what I did in the UK. I think you are one of the most sincere people ever born and I think you do a fantastic job for women’s confidence everywhere. I have also just finished your book and found it an emotional, funny and a fab read. I’m so glad you have managed to overcome all your insecurities and become the person you are today otherwise we would never of been blessed with our Auntie Gok :) Lots of Love x

  • Sarah Vernon on December 26th, 2010 at 8:18 pm

    Hi there gorgeous! I got your book for christmas and have read it in one day! Wow! you are truly amazing! So straight (no pun intended) talking and frank. It was heartening to read how someone so successful and apparently confident could have endured so much. Being bullied my self horrendously for years I understood your emotions and was pleased that, unlike me, you were finally able to use those times in a positive way. I so wish I could have been like that and I think you are an inspiration for anyone finding themselves in that situation. It scars deep and never goes away but have shown that from a seemingly clump of coal situation you can carve a diamond. I admire you and hope you continue to go from strength to strength, maybe one day your words of wisdom will rub off on me, thankyou for being honest and fabulous x

  • Megan. on December 26th, 2010 at 8:22 pm

    Hello Gok, i think your absolutley AMAZING! i love everything you do. Expecially your autobiography, your such an inspiration. You are actually like my Aunt Gok. iloveyou. I am such a BIG fan of you, and i carnt wait untill you come to do a book signing in merry hill or wolverhampton. Ill defentally be there :D, i would love to come and see you just like a V.I.P. xxxxxxxxx

  • Enter your name here Julie Snelling on December 27th, 2010 at 3:29 pm

    Type your comment here
    Hi Gok Just finished your autobiography, it was fantastic.It was just like you had taken all my thoughts and feelings out of my head I totally related to so much of what you said. It is good to know that someone else feels the same way you do and you not the only one.
    Love you lots XXXX

  • bethany hanson on December 27th, 2010 at 5:23 pm

    Hey Fabulous Aunty Gok!
    Iv Got Your Book ‘How To Work Your Wordrobe’ And Im Just Starting To Read ‘through Think And Thin’
    You are an amazing rold model and i love how you think about people who carnt spend hundreds of pounds on clothes and you bring Highstreet to life you also inspier me by makeing people feel better the way they look!:D
    Meeting you would be my dreame your so amazing and i love your Gorgeous by Gok Shower Set <3

    Lovee You Aunty Gokk <3

    Beth hanson xxxxxxxxxxx

  • Tracy on December 27th, 2010 at 5:31 pm

    got your book for xmas. av wanted to buy it but knew mum would buy it for me. She was the one who fought the doctors to know I had an eating disorder 34 years ago. She didn’t let them section me. For the first time in my life someone has said to the world that you can live with eating disorders and have a great life! That waS YOU!(have 2 fab kids who don’t questions my funny ways) Need a whole day to read your book with no distractions – email you after. Much luv x

  • Amy on December 27th, 2010 at 7:27 pm

    Hi Gok! I love it that you have a website! I just wanted to say the I am constantly battling with body confidence issues but when I watch your shows and how you help other women it gives me hope, and I feel much better with the way I look after I have seen you work your magic on the telly! :)
    Amy xxxx

  • Sue on December 27th, 2010 at 9:53 pm

    Hi Gok! Being a fan of your tv shows I got your book for xmas and cannot believe the person I’m reading about is the same flambuoyant character we see on tv!! I’m up to the bit where you’ve blagged a make up artist job! I laughed! Wish I’d had your ‘balls’ to do that when I started out! Anyway, loving the book! Sxx

  • angie green on December 28th, 2010 at 2:08 pm

    Just read your autobiography,got it for xmas,i was bullied at school because of my height, 5ft 3ins and proud of it. Unlike you your sense of humour won, i had to hit the biggest bully,respect was won. Wish you all the best in all your future programmes.Its not what you have got, its what you do with it that counts. Happy new year…..

  • Andrea on December 28th, 2010 at 3:54 pm

    I was very fortunate to receive from santa a box of gorgeous by Gok.It’s just as fantastic and GORGEOUS as our Gok.WELL DONE GOK.Lots of Love Andi

  • jo on December 28th, 2010 at 5:31 pm

    Where can i download pocket gok for Android? I cant fin it in market and another website said it has been removed from the market. But ive never found it since you sent out your newsletter to tell everyone about it.

  • Claire Warne on December 28th, 2010 at 10:19 pm

    Hey Gok love,
    I’ve just finished reading your autobiography,received it as a xmas pressie yesterday, started reading it at about 11pm finshed it today at about 9.40pm lol that’s how addicted to it I was!!! I LOVED EVERY PAGE OF IT. It’s funny cos I can totally understand about the bullying you endured at school, cos it was the same for me as well. So I can totally empathize with you. Love that you did the BTEC first Diploma, I did that too and passed with a distinction :p Wish I could have done my BTEC National as well but we moved and the college I went to didn’t offer it, I had to do A Level Performing arts but had to drop cos it was too much for me back then. I’m wishing you was my friend, cos you could totally understand me when my mental scars surface every so often or my paranoia takes a hold of me– It’s a bitch ennit??!! Wish I could get to know you better, not just cos you’re famous, but as a person would would maybe understand me. i’m gunna shut now otherwise I’m probably gunna start sounding like some mad stalker lol. Oh and btw, my other half LOVED what u said to Sir Michael Gambon in the hospital; totally tickled him :p. Thank you for being so truthful and amazing x x
    Lots of love Gok, love Claire <3 x x

  • Robyn on December 29th, 2010 at 10:19 am

    Hi gok, I just visited your site for the first time and love it! I love all your shows, u just get it, u get women and you have such a gift, your passion and empathy is beautiful! xx

    I was hoping u could work your magic and help me locate some web sites or shops that do 1940s style A-line dresses as I absolutely adore them, I’ve searched the Internet and hv failed miserably! Any help would b hugely appreciated! Thank u xxx

  • sheryl on December 29th, 2010 at 7:44 pm

    hi im reading ur autobiography it brill i can’t put it down. i think ur amazin :)

  • Imogen Stewart on December 29th, 2010 at 7:56 pm

    Hey Gok! I am currently reading your autobiography – it is one of the only books i have read and enjoyed! After reading about everything you have been through, I find it so inspirational and gives me strength not to give in. I have low self-confidence because I was bullied at school as I have ginger hair and because of this, I dont dare try push myslef to change my apearance incase there is more bullying to follow, also doesn’t help the fact that I am beging to question my sexuality. I find it hard to speak to people about my thoughts and problems and confront my fears which has led me down a road of mild anorexia and self harming – now I am pushing my closest friends away which was never the intention. I hope after reading your book I will be able to see some light at the end of my tunnel and make improvements.
    I hope you get to read this and get some gratitude that your book is helping some one, but also you got any advice on how I should take the next step in improving my life?

    Imogen x

  • Susana on December 29th, 2010 at 8:20 pm

    Hi Gok! i´m writting from Mexico, gotta tell you i´m a big fan of yours! i love learning from you about fashion!! need to tell me your secrets about loosing weight…. all of them pleaseeeee cause i´d like to start loosing weight in next January… see ya!
    Susana :)

  • natth on December 29th, 2010 at 11:40 pm

    I LOVE YOU GOK, YOUR MY IDLE , im aiming to be like you in the future :) i love eveythink you do , wished you do more shows :) xxx

  • Tom Wilkinson on December 30th, 2010 at 10:04 am

    Hey Gok, Just finished reading your book, 1 word.. am az ing…. website is great by the way, when is your show back on..?

  • Ann on December 30th, 2010 at 2:55 pm

    Hey Gok, Got your book off santa also got your gorgeous “Gorgeous” collection, I then went out and bought all I could get my hands on in the sales so now I have enough to keep me going for the rest of the year. X

  • Isabelle squire on December 30th, 2010 at 3:25 pm

    Hey GOK !!!god i love you 2 much and I dont think there is anyone else that is as crazy a fan as me i got ur book forchristmas and i literly screamed the house down you are my idle hero style icon and its pretty weird in a way that im talking to you i saw u at the clothes show and thats when i went wild i cryed my eyes out when u came on thats also when i decided i would be your stalker lol !x

    love Izzy

  • Martin on December 30th, 2010 at 6:22 pm

    Gok my ex girlfriend and I love you. we watched your show all the time. I miss watching it together. She could be a model for sure!. Take care

    Hi there I am a 31 year old heart broken male and I lost the love of my life and much much more recently. My ex and I were together for 10 years until she left 4 months ago. I lost my job due to depression and she couldn’t work. Things were hard happy stressed and all emotional. When she left I had a bit of a breakdown and gave everything I had to charity and ended up homeless and broke. I have no family and very few friends to turn to for help and I hate asking for help anyway. If you knew me you know I prefer to give than take. I am too proud to ask usually so things must be bad. My rule in life was her first me second. I love to give especially to the charity Zane which helps provide for old folk in Zimbabwe. Still I need to get my life back and possibly win back a princess. And maybe even save her life.

    I think she must have had a breakdown and bad advice from her new religious friends before leaving because we had been told she had to leave the UK but a million prayers were answered and a new lawyer was found and the immigration case was better than ever.

    Her Mum to when she was a little girl and her Dad wasnt very nice to her. When we met I couldnt take looking at her bruises or seeing her sadness anymore so I asked her to move into my parents house. I decided to give up college and worked any job going so we could afford to rent our own home. I only discovered she was illegal in the UK after she moved in and she offered to go back to her dad but I couldn’t let her. We fell in love and had some really nice happy times.

    There were times I had to give up work to care for her she was that depressed though. It was hard and it took its toll on me. But it was worth it to see her look the world in the eyes and smile the biggest most beautiful smile ever. If we are over she will sit in my soul forever making it both happy and sad. I lent her my ears and did my best to help her feel good about herself. She thanked me for loving her after she left so I hope she felt some love in her life. I know what people can think of immigrants and such but this girl is a kind gentle giving sweetheart and the loss of her mother and the stress and fear of facing Zimbabwe caused a big part in her leaving. That and some crazy advice about being a NUN helping her and helping us made her flee. This religious group are described has very cultish.

    I dont know how she went from telling me I had the biggest heart of anyone she has ever met. And that I am the most important person in her life to ending us. Even after she left she said these things via email. I have copies of them and its so sad. She said I am the most important person in her life and though life without me would be unbearable she felt I would be better off without her and she would die for me. It was mad and then there was a bit of an insult added when she claimed she also left because we had both become depressed and she’d was tired of waiting for me to sort myself out. I have photos of us 6 weeks before she left and I challenge anyone to show me a more genuine happy smile full of contentment and love. I’ve lost my family and best friend

    After all the times I made her feel good and not suicidal and the fact worked hard jobs to pay the bills while she couldn’t work. And the fact I remained pro active and had just found us that Lawyer made hearing her comments a a bitter pill to swallow..but never mind!. I made a few mistakes towards the end of our communications because she wouldn’t come back or even explain what the future held. My part in the immigration case was ended and she started a new case. With help from the religious friends all contact has ceased again.

    The emails exchanged with the the religious group via the website. With the official website address, can be viewed by anyone needing proof this ended in this strange way. The emails about mr wonderful and most important people in each others lives, can also be viewed if you so wish.

    After all this I lost my home and have no roof over my head. With all contact ended all I could do was ring her mental health worker and see if he could get in touch. She ignored us both for months and then about 6 weeks ago she calls telling me she is being deported and about to commit suicide. And she is marrying a guy she met at the religious place a month back. Its madness. Off record a mental health worker thinks she had a breakdown and from die for me love and thanking me for loving her to this marriage isn’t normal. Thats the last I heard from her and its hard to know whats going on but I need to heal my life and a financial boost would help.

    If anyone can show even the smallest compassionate act and donate any amount of money I can travel and maybe get to see her. If I can raise enough to get a roof over my head then maybe I can win back the love of my life. $1800/£1200 to rent a place of my own to live would be lifes second biggest blessing. She was the 1st and biggest blessing ever and we had some happy happy days among the stuggles and tears. DONATIONS COULD BE USED FOR FOOD AND SHELTER AND WOULD BE GREAT BUT I WILL TRY TO SAVE EVERY PENNY AND LIVE WITHOUT THRSE FOR A WHILE. WITH THE EXCEPTION OF TRAIN FARE TO SEE HER I CAN SAVE FOR A FEW MONTHS.

    If you think $1800/£1200 is a greedy over the top target I am so so sorry for asking for any help. I will use anything that is kindly given for basics if that target isn’t met in a few months.

    For dating an illegal immigrant I gave everything and now the happiness is gone I have nothing now. My family quit on me and we only had a few friends really. I wish to get life sorted. There is no chance of college ever again but a lifetime of hard labor is fine if I can get that start. If she isnt married and gets deported I would consider using any money to get a flight to Zimbabwe. I think the religious centre she is now at is a train journey away and to afford aticket and a chance to speak with her again would also be a blessing. I realize people have it much worse than I do and for them I am very sorry. It really is usually me that gives the homeless man money or food and I was willing to go to Zimbabwe a country of death and corruption for this girl. Its hard to get my head around this and I don’t know maybe she is happy in a suicidal way or even legal in the UK now. Maybe faith saved her but right at the end of a ten damn year struggle its done very little for me and I am near to giving up on life and faith in human kind.

    DEPRESSION MEDICATION WOULD BE GOOD BUT I CAN’T AFFORD THAT EITHER. Sorry for the rant and tears you can’t see!

    Please email helpme79@hotmail.co.uk if you want to say hello. The paypal account to donate through is maryboulton28@yahoo.co.uk and it is a combo of names from my ex and I. Please dont be put of by the female name. If I could afford the time and money to verify a new account I would. Still I am the only one with access to the account and its linked to my very empty bank.

    Emails from a fairly large religious group can prove the end of our relationship was odd. The dalhi lama banned this group and I wonder what they have told her about karma and happiness. I would prefer to keep these private but if you wish to view them before making a donation they can be provided. I am in the library most days using the internet and keeping warm. I also go to one of my very few friends once a week if possible.

    Anybody kind enough to donate will be kept updated of the total raised and any I’ll let them know about any progress made in mending life a life or two. If by some miracle anything is raised beyond the $1800/£1200 needed for the big blessing place of my own then maybe we can work together and decide how to do a good deed with the money.


    please visit http://kind1s.blogspot.com for updates.

    Thanks in advance. Peace love and blessings to you all


  • Cath Atkinson on December 30th, 2010 at 6:44 pm

    I’ve always loved everything you do, and see you regularly out and about in London and you are always friendly and courteous but have never been brave enough to ask you.
    I am fairly happy size 10-12 but have trouble buying clothes I just can’t get excited about it, I’m now 38 and struggle to know what suits someone of my age. I don’t want to look like mutton dressed as lamb or old before my time but I just haven’t got a clue and get frustrated and upset in the high street fashion stores. I’ve got pretty small boobs at 32b and I wonder why none of your programmes seem to be geared towards someone of that size. We are equally in need of ‘Gok’ help.
    Happy New Year xx

  • jessika on December 30th, 2010 at 10:27 pm

    hi gok

    just sending some love your way .xxx.

    im reading your autobiography…it sounds like you wrote it about me!!! …

    it’s a tough world out there & you should be proud of urself for all that uve achieved…xxx


  • Barbara Dunn on December 31st, 2010 at 10:01 am

    Hi Gok, Kia ora from New Zealand!

    I got your book “Through Thick and Thin” for Christmas and I had to leave a comment to say a HUGE thank you for sharing your story in your autobiography, I enjoyed every page and a lot of it I can certainly relate to, keep up the good work, can’t wait till we see another of your tv shows dowununder, you’re an inspiration! :)

  • Enter your name here margaret evans on December 31st, 2010 at 11:14 am

    Dear Aunty Gok. I love you. I got your book as a christmas present, i’m about halfway through & i love it!! It makes me laugh & cry. You poor darling having to go through that. But you seem so strong & wonderful now. I wanted to write to you & say ‘well done’ with your book! I didn’t know you had an official website, & just found this, so was very pleased. I almost didn’t write as i’ve been looking at all the coments people have written. What they have written is everything i want to say & more!! But you deserve all the praise you can get. I just hope that underneath all this that you will never ever feel lonely. I know how it feels to have all the love in the world & still feel like the lonliest person on earth. You are one lovely person Gok, & you deserve all the love & happiness in the world. Love your shows by the way, & can hardly wait until your next one!! Lots of love & BIG HUGS, Love Margaret xxxxxxxxxx

  • Angela on December 31st, 2010 at 2:39 pm

    Hi Gok,
    My kids got me your new book for christmas. I just wanted to tell you how much I enjoyed reading it. I loved your honesty and humility. Have a fab 2011 and enjoy every moment of your success, you deserve it.
    Angela xx

  • Lauren on January 1st, 2011 at 6:51 pm

    Hi Gok,

    My name is Lauren, i’m 19 and have struggled for a while to figure out what clothes suit my body shape, which unfortunatly i haven’t worked out quite what that is either… I have a ball to go to on the 29th of January and very little time in between to find a beautiful dress. I rarely wear dresses expecially evening dresses but i would really appreciate if you could help me figure out which type of dress to go for to suit my body shape. I would be so greatfull for your help so it would be great to hear from you.


    Lauren x

  • tina scola on January 1st, 2011 at 9:18 pm

    hi, i am soon to be opening a shop that would sell second hand designer and vintage clothes what would the chances be of you coming to do a grand opening? if so fantastic and please advise me on a price. hopeing to hear from you soon tina

  • Kate Weeks on January 1st, 2011 at 9:35 pm

    Just finished reading your autobiography- got it for Christmas, read it in 3 days flat, couldn’t stop! So much of it resonated- particularly the bullying and the influence it can continue to exert on your life years later. If you’ve never experienced it, you’ll never understand the need to be needed, the the fear of social rejection and of failure- and all the twisted coping mechanisms you evolve to get through life. (Obviously speaking about myself here!)

    Thank you for the brutal honesty. I’ve always loved your shows and now also love that you stuck it to the man and got there anyway- through thick and thin. Much respect- may 2011 bring you all you want and need!

  • anon on January 1st, 2011 at 10:15 pm

    hi erm this is really personal, sorry for posting it on your site but i dont know who else to go to or where else to contact you x
    im 14 and i loathe myself
    im bulimic no1 knows and i need help
    i self hamred for a while too btcause of my self hatred
    i know its so selfish of me to dump something like this on you when you have no idea who i am but i read your book and really think you’d be able to help me
    you understand anorexia and know how to keep it at bay
    please please help me do the same with my eating disorder
    i totally understand your busy and dont know me so this probly wont effect you in any way but please send a reply at least
    my idol
    <3 xxxxxxxxxx

  • Becca on January 1st, 2011 at 10:37 pm

    Hi Gok! Hope you’ve had a fabulous christmas and new year!

    My girls brought me “through thick and thin” for christmas and I couldnt put it down, I absolutely loved it, read it in like 4 days!!! You truly are an inspiration, after everything you have dealt with in your life you’ve come out on top baby!!! And its all because of your confidence, something i intend to work on in 2011. Am actually sad now that i’ve finished the book,it made me laugh, cry, and I’ve got so much respect for you, you go girlfriend!
    Keep up the fabulous work, and come to Norwich one day!!!
    Love Becca x

  • Kate Watts on January 2nd, 2011 at 6:20 am

    Dear Aunty Gok – what can I say, your are an inspiration.
    Have you thought about coming to Australia? We could all do with your help and words of wisdom!!
    T & S have been out here twice in the last 2 years, but what us Aussies need is GOK!

  • Deb on January 2nd, 2011 at 4:43 pm

    Gorgeousss Gok Wan I have 4 words for you babe . Thank God for Magda !!

    Love the book, Love the honesty, Love the funny bits. Love you more!

    Keep doing what you’re doing babe you are doing Fine!

    Deb xxxxx

  • Grace Holroyd on January 2nd, 2011 at 5:17 pm

    Auntie Gok, darling! I’m your number one fan! I’ve read your autobiography, twice! it really inspired me soo much!and I love your divine beauty products, they’re totally lush and smell gorj!!xx
    Your such a lovely person, pleaseplease come to Leeds again!!
    much love, Grace :)xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

  • hawa jalloh on January 2nd, 2011 at 9:00 pm

    i really love ur programma ‘how to look good naked’, and i will love to meet you.

  • Helen on January 3rd, 2011 at 1:26 am

    It’s great that i can now see your gorgeous smiling face everyday. Sooo looking forward to getting started on reading your autobiography, which i was banned from buying until after christmas. Much love to you Aunty G. MWAH

  • Allie Harrop on January 3rd, 2011 at 10:06 am

    Hi Gok, i loved the autobiography. best chrimbo pressie hubby has bought me in years.
    i missed you when you were in new zealand and we need you to come back and do more.
    love the tv showm would love to see you dress a ‘mega substantial woman’ , on the show, that would be of huge interest (no pun intended!)
    keep up the great work
    you rock
    Allie xxx

  • Belinda Cotter on January 3rd, 2011 at 6:33 pm

    Just finished reading your book, once I started i could not put it down!! Fabulous. I was enspired, I cried and every now and then I giggled. Your family must be so proud of you, all you went through and where you are now…WELL DONE and a big flick of the middle finger to those that tried to make you life hell ( I say tried, cos look at you now, they didn’t beat you down, they made you a fighter!)


  • chris on January 3rd, 2011 at 6:35 pm

    Hi Gok,
    just finished your book, it was fabulous. and I want to read it all over again.
    I love how you talk about your family, I live in Leicester near to your families takeaway, and have also met your brother. I feel like I know you more now I have read the book. many congratulations for all that you have done. would love to be on your show, keep up the good workxxxxxx

  • Clare Black on January 3rd, 2011 at 9:13 pm

    Gok, I have just finished your book ‘through thick and thin’. It was amazing. I laughed, cried and bugged my husband constantly by reading snippets to him!!

    Your heartfelt accounts were so bitter sweet…those bullies and experiences have made you who you are today – a warm, funny, charismatic, stylish, driven and empathic individual. Characteristics that bullies never have.

    I am sorry you had such a tough time but I’m a great believer in what doesn’t kill you makes you stronger and you are a testiment to this.

    Thank you.


  • wendy rainger on January 3rd, 2011 at 10:19 pm

    just read your book in one nite loved it and u keep up the good work

  • Heather Schonewille on January 3rd, 2011 at 10:49 pm

    Hi Gok,

    Congrats on ure new site, it looks wonderful!!! I was at Glam in the City and u were totally amazing, pls come to Glasgow again real soon. As for ure new book, only on Chapter 9, but so far it has been very inspiring and a credit to u and ure family.

    Best wishes, take care.


  • Jane Braithwaite on January 4th, 2011 at 6:41 am


    Hi Gok..

    I have just finished reading your book Through Thick and Thin, and just wanted to say what an inspiration you are to me. I was sexually abused when a child and had 6 years of physically abusive marriage. I have come through…and with help from your programmes and books have realised I am still a gorgeous woman! Even if I AM 46!
    I think you are a wonderful person, and you probably dont realise how much you have helped people like me…I am now living in New Zealand from the uk…single…but have taken your book ‘work your wardrobe’ shopping today followed your guidelines….feel fabulous and even joined a dating site and have 2 dates lined up!
    This would never have happened without you and I dont know where my self loathing of my body would have taken me.
    I dont know you GOK but I love you lots.xxx
    Thankyou so much….

  • Helen on January 4th, 2011 at 10:17 am

    Dear Auntie Gok
    (Sounds like I’m writing to an agony aunt!)
    Thank you so very much for having the courage to share your personal self through your autobiography. It is so grounded and real, which seems to reflect the person you are and that, in my opinion, is what an autobiography should do.
    You have been, and still are on an incredible journey and clearly have not forgotten where that journey started, or the places you have visited along the way. I am sure this will serve you very well as the future unfolds.
    You are most certainly a very warm and giving person and this comes through in your book and on T.V. You have a loving family and friends who care a great deal and I think, and truly hope, that you are well on the way to loving, and caring for, yourself, whoever you are, wherever you came from and whatever is inside.
    Thank you for being you and keeping it real. XXX

  • Clare Bradders on January 4th, 2011 at 2:55 pm

    Hi Gok
    I have just bought my Mum your book for Christmas.She is loving it and it is bringing back many happy memories! My Mum (Mrs Bradbury) used to teach you at Barleycroft and although I went to a different school in Leicester I used to come along to dance club at Barleycroft and yes I also had very fond memories of the tuck shop! I also cam to the opening of the Panda! Is there any chance you could send me your autograph? My Mum would be so chuffed.
    Think you are fabulous and am taking on board the advice for my bangers as I have just finished breeastfeeding.

  • James Edward Sweet on January 5th, 2011 at 3:05 pm

    hey gok i james sweet would love you to be my fashon icon and help me find the right outfit for to wear when i meet new people and when are you come to dreby or nottingham to sign coppies of your auto biogrphey because i would so much like to meet the man behind how to look good naked can you let me know asap thank you very much your number 1 James Edward Sweet plus i love the website x

  • Kerry-Anne Browne on January 5th, 2011 at 3:24 pm

    Hi Gok, I just wanted to say I LOVE YOU 😀 and i see you as a role model. You made me realise that you dont have to be really skinny to be beautiful and anyone, and everone is beautiful. Id love to do what you do, I think its an amazing thing. Kerry-Anne …Xx

  • talisha on January 5th, 2011 at 4:19 pm

    hi gokk!!!

    i am reading your book at the moment i think its fabulous!!! your amazingg!!! your totally my idol i loveee youuu!!!! i always watch yourr show and see you on tv and magazines, i am hoping to come to your book signing so see you there!!

    love from your BIGGEST fan

    talisha xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx :)

  • Karla Munguia Colmenero on January 5th, 2011 at 5:58 pm

    Dear Gok,

    I’m Karla, a wildlife camerawoman and presenter. I had the amazing opportunity to meet you for 5 seconds outside Shepherd’s bush, in a deli shop as you were having a meeting with your Producer. I just got back from filming in South Africa for Animal Planet and just said stupid things to you and you were just lovely.

    Anyway, I just got back to Mexico (where I’m from), I moved to Mexico City and I found elephant, hippo, shark and ray boots on a ‘fancy’ shop. I’m not sure where you stand when it comes to fur and animal skin in the fashion industry, if you think is nicer to wear alternative materials, and considering the huge power you have, I was thinking that maybe you can do a special on fashion and wildlife.

    Gok, I honestly think you are AMAZING, I really appreciate your help and the huge difference you make in women all around the world. Can’t wait to watch the new season tonight here in Mexico.

    Much love and ‘ding dong’ for your website!


  • Rather wouldnt say on January 5th, 2011 at 7:06 pm

    Gok, i love you so much, i try and watch your show whenever its on! I just want to say that im 13, and im a size 16, i know this is big for my age and im really not happy about it! I know everyone says : “I tried but no matter what i do, i just dont loose any weight!” and this is what i want to say, i try so hard! I eat healthy meals and i exercise quite alot! All of my friends are tiny, size 8s, and im not, i eat the same food as them, if not better, and im still the bigges girl in my year!I try so hard, and i was wondering if you could say anything that would help at all, as it really gets me down, and you seem like exactly the person to say what I should do! THANK YOU! <3 xxx

  • Claire on January 5th, 2011 at 7:55 pm

    I just want to say how much I admire you!!
    I bought your autobiography yesterday and stayed up all night reading it!! I just could not put it down. I am trying some of the recipes this weekend!!

    Well done you for overcoming everything and being the lovely person you are today. You make us women feel slightly better about oursleves!!

    Love u Auntie Gok x

  • Hollyxx uk on January 5th, 2011 at 9:11 pm

    Hello Gok I’m only 13 but im 11 and 1/2 stone and im on slimming world and ive lost a stone hope your pleased but im not sure it ok. Im still not feeling any thinner. Your My absolute idol and I love you when you went on TV once and talked about how you were big before I was really shocked since you look so FABULOUS, your story was truly amazing and inspiring. Im going to read your book tomorrow and im really looking forward to it. Im a bit of a fashonista my self is always watch your 2 shows(goks fashion fix,how to look good nkd. I want to design as my job when im olderxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx thanxs Gok you are a true miracle x x Hollie

  • Poppy on January 5th, 2011 at 9:47 pm

    My mum has been a fan of yours for ages, she has just had loads of smellies again this year and also your book, we think a new title for a show could be ‘i’ve just been gok’ed’. She says this every time she has a shower and always feels great after!. Poppy, age 12 x

  • Lindsey collinson on January 5th, 2011 at 10:23 pm

    Dear gok , just read your book . Simply amazing and inspiring you should be amazingly proud of were u are now. And you give hope to this young mum with a wobbly belly, I am beautiful and not a blob ( don’t feel like it some days ha ha) u are wicked love and hugs

  • Carrie-anne on January 5th, 2011 at 10:29 pm

    Im currently reading your autobiography, you’re an absolute inspiration! I think some of the people who need to be inspired by you wont see the book, so put it on the tv already!! 😉
    Pleasee get on the tv more, you make women everywhere feel good just by being there!!
    Love and best wishes.

  • EnteeSue dickins on January 5th, 2011 at 10:39 pm

    My daughter was in the audience in Nottingham. When will it be broadcast?

  • Sue dickins on January 5th, 2011 at 10:40 pm

    my daughter was in the audience in Nottingham. When will it be broadcast?

  • John T Smith on January 6th, 2011 at 11:20 pm

    Great web site and shows Gok, love them all. What do you think of using non models in photography to give them the “feel good” factor. I am about to do this but wondered what your thoughts were. Whether it works or not, we shall see:)

    Keep up the great work.


  • Dee M on January 7th, 2011 at 4:46 pm

    Hi Auntie Gok,

    Nearly finished your autobiography ( a christmas prezzie from my gorgeous daughter) and it is the most inspirational thing i have ever read. You are a true god send to us females and one top bloke. I think you’re great. I love How To Look Good Naked, and so do my two girls. What a privilege it would be to meet you one day (i can dream :o)

    Keep up the fantastic work. Loadsa hugs

    Dee x x

  • Lorraine on January 7th, 2011 at 6:41 pm

    Hi Gok, did I just see you in St Leonards on sea or was it your double xxx

  • Pippa on January 7th, 2011 at 9:36 pm

    I had a Gorgeous gift set for Christmas and I love it so much I really want a perfume …. PLEASE make a gorgeous perfume xx

  • Krishma on January 8th, 2011 at 6:45 am

    Hey Gok!
    hope uu are good & keep up th good work :)
    uu really do inspire me & ilove what uu do, ilove ur shows especially how to look good naked :).
    my dream is to become a fashion stylist like uu, ilove how uu make every women feel special & beautiful, even my mom knt belive how much ilove uu :). iwoudl really love to see uu one day & have a good chat. love yahhhhhh gok 😀 xxxxx

  • Claire on January 8th, 2011 at 10:37 am

    OMG I have just started reading your autobiography that i asked for for Xmas, and i have to say its so sad, reading a section atm about you being bullied and i can relate so much to what you have said. Gok don’t know if you ever read these but you rule.

  • amanda davies on January 8th, 2011 at 11:16 am

    hi i love watching your show how to look good naked and need some help and advice

  • Joanne Hitchmough on January 8th, 2011 at 1:35 pm

    I just loved reading your book, it just made me love you even more.I went through a bad time with bulimia / Anorexia a while ago even now I have days where I think about it, but I have to push it away and think of my children even though I don’t like how I look and sometimes how I feel.
    I watch your show all the time and my eldest daughter who is 8 years old loves you too.
    Can’t wait for your new show to return xxxxxx

  • carin on January 8th, 2011 at 2:25 pm

    will there be a ‘gorgeous’ perfume to go with your other products?

  • Kira on January 8th, 2011 at 3:13 pm

    Hi Aunty Gok, i just wanted to thank you! i’ve never had any selfconfidance at all and since i’ve started watching your show i feel better and love myself for who i am! Your the best….. Love from Down Under

  • jewels on January 9th, 2011 at 10:07 am

    Have not long finished reading your book.What a fantastic enthralling read it was almost i was reading about my own life.I have always struggled to accept and love myself for who i am and you and your book made the break through i needed.I now stand tall with my head held high and love myself for the first time…You are a true blessing to all women and have even managed to change men’s outlooks on women as well..Thankyou Gok when they made you the broke the mold you’re a wonder.I stand in awe of you.sending you loads of love..julie xxxx

  • Annette Vanstone on January 9th, 2011 at 2:32 pm

    I have literally just finished your autobiography, BRILLIANT!!!! As someone who has been bullied at school, I really know what you went through.

    You are a breath of fresh air to we larger ladies. It just goes to show these people who advocate size 0 know nothing about normal women. Thank you for all you do.
    Any chance you will come to Exeter? We would love to see you. xxx

  • Megan G on January 9th, 2011 at 2:51 pm

    Thank you for your shows and messages that you give out. I`m a typical teenager and constantly feel pressured to look tiny even though i am a size 10. But whenever I watch your show, or an interview it gives me a high, like I am perfect and there is nothing at all wrong with my body. You give me a huge boost in confidence and carry on doing what you are. You are the best role model for girls and women everywhere.

  • darry on January 9th, 2011 at 3:39 pm

    Just woindering if I could follow your blog. My fiance has a ladies boutique and we would love any advice you could send us for what to look forward to this season.

  • Fergus on January 9th, 2011 at 6:48 pm


    My wife is a big fan of yours. He 40th birthday is this year and I was wondering if you do any personal makeovers?

    Many thanks

  • sandra white on January 10th, 2011 at 11:37 am

    Just finnished reading your fab book, through thick and thin. i especially asked for it to b one of my christmas presents! it was a delight to read, as are your shows to watch.! your brill GOK!! long may you reign. XX

  • Giorgia on January 10th, 2011 at 2:11 pm

    Just met you in Rome, in Piazza del Popolo!! So exciting!
    Thank you for the picture: my friend from London will be so jelous!!!!!!

  • Gail Hoare on January 10th, 2011 at 2:40 pm

    I have just finished your autobiograpy “Through Thick and Thin”…..ABSOLUTELY LOVED IT….. it took me 2 days to read, couldnt put it down. The best thing about it was that it was easy to read, not full of self pity and funny as well.
    Will be passing it around all of my friends and family,
    many thanks for letting us in xxxxx

  • Enter your name here Lisa-marie on January 11th, 2011 at 12:28 pm

    Loved you before i read your book, adore you now xx

  • Joanne jeennings on January 11th, 2011 at 8:15 pm

    I have watched loads of your programs and you are really fabalisious. I have a lot of hang ups about my body, i feel that my body looks like a melted candle stick, but I also have a ileostomy bag which makes me more self conscious. When I watch your program it give me a bit of support that I should learn to love my body and enjoy it. I would just like a bit of advice.

    I know that you must have hundreds of messages, and I don’t expect to hear but it would be great if I could have a little bit of your cheery words my way.

    Love you loads Jo x x

  • Carole on January 12th, 2011 at 8:26 am

    Hi Gok

    I’m 52 and 12 months ago I lost confidence in my appearance when I had to ditch a life time of wearing heels in favour of shoes with a 1″ heel that would accommodate an orthotic insole. It has been difficult to say goodbye to my lovely shoes and particularly sandals and to find suitable fashionable alternatives. There are many items of clothing in my wardrobe that I no longer feel comfortable wearing with the robust shoes I now wear. It’s taken 8 months to accept, adjust and to feel confident with my new look. You are truly an inspiration but during my time in the wilderness it made me feel worse about my situation when your transformations all come together in putting on a pair of ‘killer heels’. I hope that you will be able to give confidence to the many women facing a lifetime of flat shoes. Keep up the good work Gok!

  • Babiedoos on January 12th, 2011 at 5:59 pm

    Gok I absolutely love you and your incredible way of making people feel good about themselves ..I have an idea on how to share the Gokness why should your talents be used on just a chosen few please get in touch so we can chat about the opportunities there are for all us gokettes in 2011 xxx love you loads Babs

  • Chandra on January 12th, 2011 at 11:22 pm

    Hi Gok,
    Loved ur naked show and now I could not put ur book down…absolutely love ur style …..u have panache. Y r there not more men like u? Wish u lots of success and hope to see u as an international designer soon on the likes of Versace and dior. Love you.

  • Cassie Mayes on January 13th, 2011 at 8:13 pm

    To the most inspirational person I have ever come across, thank you for the honesty in your autobiography! As a woman who has been big all her life and just managed to scrape through without feeling to damaged by the comments and bulling I can totally relate to you. You are so full of love and have given so many people the courage to truly see their beauty, I wish you so many more wonderful dreams for the future and hope to maybe one day meet you. I have truly fallen in love with you and everything you stand for. Big love, Cassie xxxxxx

  • Ali on January 14th, 2011 at 2:46 pm

    Hey Gok, just reading your autiobigraphy which my hubby got me for xmas and loving every minute of it. You’re simply amazing and a complete inspiration to us all, everything you’ve been through and come out on top. Stay fabulous :) Loadsa love, Ali XXX

  • LucyMolyneux on January 15th, 2011 at 8:50 am

    Hey gok,im a massive fan,i watch how to look good naked alll the time on repeat&&& goks fashion fiks realy helps me what to wear,im only 13 but i think your absolutly amazing!:D ive bin tryna get my mum to come on the programme beucase i realy want to meet you,but she always watches the programme so shes very fashion able,i think its amzing how much you’ve changed from when you was litttle,i have seen pictures of you from then and you have managed to change your yourself so much,your my idol and you insipre me so much:-)
    i hope you get this gok:)

  • Marjan on January 15th, 2011 at 10:58 am

    Hello there!!

    I’ve only recently started watching “How To Look Good Naked” and I fell in love with it. It makes me cry each and every time one of your girl friends realises how gorgeous she really is.

    Thank you SO much for doing what you do and sharing it on telly with all of us!! I’ve actually started to develop a sense of style (gasp) thanks to you, and I feel 300% more comfortable and proud than even a few months ago.

    All thanks to your work!!

    If ever I run into you on the street: beware, I will probably give you the biggest hug in history without warning (wink)

    Love from London (well, Belgium, originally)

    Xx~* Marjan (pronounced Marian. Blame my parents haha)

  • Enter your name here Bev Greeenwood on January 15th, 2011 at 9:41 pm

    Hi Gokx just finished reading your fabulous book how truely inspiring it was I think I went through every emotion possible from tears to laughter. I just like you have been bullied about my weight and to this day have issues but as I have become older I have decided that they way we look i8s other peoples problems and not mine I am so grateful for celebraties like yourself that make us fuller figure women feel a bit more confedent aboyut ourselves fungers crossed maybe 2011 will be the year that the fashion industry will wake up and realise that we all cant be size10 and a lot of women actually have boobs and bums and that fukker figures size 16 plus like fashionable clothes and want to dress in the latest look and not frumby tents! much love keep making the women of thr uk looking fab cant wait for the next series of yours xxxxx

  • Marion Abbott on January 15th, 2011 at 10:28 pm

    Hi Gok I read your article in the Yours mag you said you would never give your mum a makeover well there is no need to she is GEORGOUS she looks more like your sister than your mum. Keep up the good work.xx

  • Seline :D on January 16th, 2011 at 7:13 am

    Hi Gok ^_^ I just wanted to tell you that my mum, sister and I love you and what you do sooooo much! You are super inspiring to women everywhere and since I live in Australia… I think you should do a trip down under! There are probably a lot of people that could use your help over here, you know. Wink, wink. xoxo.

  • Antonia on January 16th, 2011 at 9:26 am

    ahh gok seriously you deserve a medal, i got your book for chirstmas and it has to be thy best book iv ever read! you are such an ispiration and what you did to change i found amazing. And your programmes are amazing too! i miss you when you came to wrexham :/ hope you can come again soon? (L) lots of love, antonia :) wbs, xxx

  • Katie on January 16th, 2011 at 9:32 am

    Gok! I love love love you!! I watch your shows and read all of your books :) Everyone NEEDS their own personal Gok! 😀

  • Emma LC on January 16th, 2011 at 9:58 am

    Hi Gok, I think your an inspiration! I’m 16 and a pear shape – size 14 top. size 16 bottoms. I’ve got very little confidence about the way I look but my prom’s coming up and I want to look stunning for just one day! Pleaseee help me on what style dress to get?

    Emma LC xxx

  • Kirsty on January 16th, 2011 at 2:51 pm

    Hello Gok! i have your book and already up to chapter 23. I went to the clothes show 2010 and i was very pleased i got to see you open up the show :)
    i wouldnt mind coming to a book signing and actually meet you, or even to come on one of your shows.
    arghh i love you lol :)
    Kirsty xxx

  • Amethyst on January 16th, 2011 at 7:24 pm

    GOK, YOU ARE GOD. any chance of a signed photo? pleeeease? 😉 love youuuu xxxxxxxxxxxx >.<

  • dianna on January 16th, 2011 at 8:24 pm

    Hi gok your amazing and i realy need your help and advice. I dont want to post my issue on here for everyone to read about. Is there any other way i could get your help please xxxxxxxx. Dianna:-/

  • Grace Holroyd on January 16th, 2011 at 9:46 pm

    Auntie Gok, i absolutely love your book! I could not put it down! It was sooo engaging and you have really inspired me a lot!
    Also, I adore your beauty products, they smell lush! You’ve added a little Gok to my bath with the gorj bath essence! Yum!x
    I was in the audience in Leeds, when does Goks Clothes Roadshow hit the screens? Cannot wait to see some serious Gok fashion tips! You really have opened up my eyes to fashion and triggered a love for clothes! hehee x
    Everyone here loves you… but not as much as me, and I’m taking the same course as you, BTEC performing arts, I’m also very interested in acting!
    Love you auntie gok! xx much love, Grace xxxx

  • genna rippon on January 17th, 2011 at 7:17 am

    hi gok…. i watch ur show’s all the time and i think u are fab… i’m 5ft tall and i would say a very large lass but i find it very hard to found clothes for my size… i don’t go out any more with friend or my parner and the only thing i do wear is a pair of jeans,t-shirt and trainer.. it get me down all the time because i just can’t find and nice clothes for my size….

    any ideas on best places for big women clothes…
    it would be a great help.

  • julie heidarinia on January 17th, 2011 at 10:41 am

    Hi Gok,
    I loved reading your book, and loved meeting you at the book signing in Birmingham. My daughter bought me your beauty set for christmas, it’s absolutely GORGEOUS !
    I do have a bit of a dilemma, my daughter is getting married in september, she has bought a beautiful Jenny Packham dress, what do I wear without being too ‘mother of the bride’. I would relly appreciate your suggestions.

    Julie. xx

  • Jodie Gee on January 17th, 2011 at 2:33 pm

    Hi Gok, I just want you to know that you are absolutely amazing and a huge inspiration to me and my family. My mum, auntie and I all struggle with our weight and get really down and depressed about it but then ewe see you on tv and you make us feel so good again. If I am out clothes shopping with my boyfriend and I see something I like but won’t wear it my boyfriend does his best gok impression to cheer me up so I’ll at least try it on. Hehe. Your autobiography was beautiful it made me laugh, cry, happy and sad. You’re my hero. Keep up the good work! Love you! X

  • Melissa Buck on January 17th, 2011 at 5:46 pm

    Dear Gok,
    My name is Melissa Buck I am 16 years old and also a huge fan of Gok Wan. However, unlike most 16 years old, I cannot go to school, see my friends, or even stay at home with my family. The reason being I am currently in hospital battling the eating disorder anorexia. It is really hard being in hospital, and I have been struggling for several months to come to terms with my illness and how I am supposed to tackle it. Not only is Gok a lively and fun TV personality, to me he is a source of encouragement as he promotes a healthy and positive outlook on a natural figure, and advocates self confidence. I am also aware that Gok went through struggles and plights similar to my own, but despite that has managed to overcome his demons and is now helping other people with theirs. Gok Wan is a massive inspiration to me and other patients on the unit (one of whom is a boy). It can be so hard sometimes to push through my fears and I constantly feel overwhelmed by my illness. All of us at the Adolescent Eating Disorder Unit at the Priory Roehampton would love to have Gok here to help inspire, motivate and encourage all of us in our battles, in the hope that we can all one day pull through.

    P.S. many of the staff need a Gok make over!

    Yours faithfully, Melissa Buck and fellow patients of the EDU Priory Roehampton.

    Please Reply soon!

  • Cathy on January 17th, 2011 at 7:29 pm

    Gok you are truly inspirational. I was given your biography as a gift for Christmas and it was amazing. I couldn’t put it down!! I love all your programmes.
    My 18 year old daughter has suffered with anorexia for the last year and is now in the Priory being tube fed. She can’t see herself as we see her, which is all bone.
    You have such a magical way with teaching people to love what and who they are. Is there any way you can contact or visit the girls in there with some of your special wise words and advice.
    These girls are gorgeous but they just can’t see what they are doing to themselves. There’s a big wide world out there just waiting for my daughter and these should be the best days of her life.
    You are amazing.
    Loads love, cathy xx

  • Doreen J on January 17th, 2011 at 8:01 pm

    Your just amazing..love your love of life..thanx for making me smile.xx

  • Diane Parry on January 18th, 2011 at 9:18 am

    Hello, After reading your book I was inspired and have lost two and a half stone. I was wearing size 18 Super Slicker Knockers and now need a size 14! I cant seem to find them anywhere for sale…………PLEASE can you help me Gok?

  • jess tout on January 19th, 2011 at 11:09 am

    hi i love yhoo so much your are amazing and so are your tv programs! i watch them every time there are on!!!

    But is there any way your could do a teen thing a bit like fashion fix but with teens? I would love to become a model and i think it would be a start to appear on a show like yours and i think lots of other girls have this idea to :)

    Please contact me back :)

    Jess xxxx

  • Orla Tyndall on January 19th, 2011 at 4:42 pm

    Hi Gok! Love your shows, how you help all those women is fantastic. I was wondering if you’d ever consider doing one of your shows for women who have difficulty with shoes. As you probably know some women can’t wear heels because of limited ankle movement or dolly’s because their feet are too wide, so you could give some suggestions on what to wear out or under a dress maybe. Again, your shows are Fantastic!
    ^^, Orla

  • Nikki on January 19th, 2011 at 6:35 pm

    Gok, i love you! Im in the middle of your book,:) and do you think you could ever write a book for like teenages? about how to look casual but nice at the same time? with the latest trends and stuff, that would be so cool! and your fashion wardrobe book, is great! 😀 Nikki..

  • heather mackinnon on January 20th, 2011 at 3:06 pm

    hi gok good on you for starting your own fan site!i wasnt really a fan of your until i watched how to look good naked!I was touched by every woman that was on the show,i never had a problem with my weight until 4 years ago!i got breast cancer but i never got the breast of,6 monthes later i got a hysterectomy,the doctors thinging i got cancer in my womb so got everything taken away then last year i had a stroke so life hasnt been great but im a fighter and want to get back to myself again but i dont know how!!! iv put on so much eight with injections i get,im going through the change and sweat buckets lol and i havnt a clue what fashion is anymore so i need all the help i can get oh im not to hot either!i would be so grateful if you could help me any way you can if not thanks for reading my email anywat
    many thanks heather mackinnon x

  • Diane Parry on January 20th, 2011 at 5:24 pm

    Hi Gok,

    I have contacted simplyours, who exclusively sell yourshapewear, to buy a size 14 Super Slicker Knicker. They tell me thy are out of stock and the suppiers will not be receiving any further supplies. Does this mean I cannot buy this item. Will there be a replacement to the SSK?

  • Christine Mitchell on January 20th, 2011 at 7:00 pm

    I work for the Department of Work & Pensions, one of the ladies on our team is getting married in May. She is a lovely person but has rather large boobs. She is finding it difficult to find underwear to wear under her wedding dress. If possible can you please come to her rescue & ours as it would save her big day. Many thanks

  • Enter your name here kath on January 20th, 2011 at 9:56 pm

    I just finished reading ‘through thick and thin” today, I thought that you wer so brave to reveal yourself naked in this autobiography. I have it ready by my front door to give to my daughter tomorrow. She is a huge fan and has had many aspects of your life in her own. I know that she will enjoy it just as much as I did and I hope that she takes away the message of her fabulousness. I wish that you were available on the National health, you are so empowering and encouraging. Please never ever change. Every good wish for you future happiness x

  • Tricia Little on January 20th, 2011 at 10:20 pm

    Hi Gok,,,
    Just thought i’d drop you a wee line to tell you about my surprise christmas present for my husband!!! and how you inspired me!! my friend and I decided we’d LUV to do a “HOW TO LOOK GOOD NAKED” photoshoot,,,(Not what you may think lol!!!), We had a lady photographer come to my sons house, we needed a secret rendevous, incidently my son didnt know we were lying on his bed naked, lol,his partner did though,,we needed an aly, anyway we had such a laugh doing this, the photographer fell through the bed hahaha, we had no inhibitions we were all girls together after all, so when our hubbies opened there xmas present they were delighted, mind you it took mine all day to realise he liked it,, haha he was speechless when he opened it, but by christmas dinner he absolutely LOVED it,, when i showed my son it he said,, Mum thats really nice, I was well impressed, my daughter, Jade 19, when she heard i was doin it was like,,,GOD thats black(scottish for disgusting) hahaha!! but she was well impressed when she seen it framed too,,but the best when i told Sean, 22, that the photographer fell through his bed, hahaha,, we laughed so much,,,so i;d say to any women out there go ahead and do this as a surprise for your man (or woman), they will love it,, so Gok, I would love to show you my photos,, so please feel free to get in touch if you wish to use them in your news letter,, i’d be delighted to show them to all ur followers,, incidently peeps,, im not any skinny wee person, im a 16,, but do you know what GOKETTES “men LUV curves”,, TTFN peeps,,,,, x

  • Jo on January 21st, 2011 at 10:10 am

    Hi Gok
    How do you fancy working your magic with a group of lovely women? We’ve got our annual black tie dinner dance in early April, and would love some help with, either re-vamping some of our old dresses, or having your advice to get some new ones? We would love to see you.

  • Danielle Fitzwilliam on January 21st, 2011 at 8:08 pm

    Hi Gok, firstly I would just like to say I think you are absolutely incredible!!!!!! 😀 i was just wondering if you would be up for a challenge? 😉 I work for the RSPCA in Somerset, myself and my colleagues spend the vast majority of our time in our uniform wearing very heavy boots and getting what i call the winter look, (not an attractive one) very much like the dragged through the hedge backwards look, hehe, we love what we do and wouldn’t have it any other way, my challenge that I was thinking of was to make over some of the staff, maybe even our one and only male member of staff Leon, 😀 love you Gok, xxxx

  • anne kempson on January 21st, 2011 at 9:38 pm

    Hi gok just been to your catwalk show at the bullring birmingham it was brilliant,i loved the black dress you did,i am reading your book at the moment i cant put it down its made me laugh and cry.looking forward to fashion fix on tuesday,good luck with the series hope to see you back in birmingham soon
    take care xx

  • Liz on January 22nd, 2011 at 12:21 am

    Hello! I’m writing from Mexico City… I discovered your show some months ago (I guess from previous seasons) and I was amazed! I cannot believe that you can understand women that well. I feel so connected every time I watch an episode.
    You are a wonderful human being and I guess there’s still hope for a lot of us that are not happy with our own bodies… My question will be… Are you ever going to be here in Mexico?
    You’re great.

  • Hannah Lawton on January 22nd, 2011 at 1:22 am

    Ciao Gok,

    I’d like to start by saying how inspiring you have been to me over the last few years. I am the mother of 2 daughters, 7 and 3 who I love dearly despite the fact that thanks to them my arse has tripled in size. I do my best but c’est la vie! I’m writing because I am a somewhat content size 16/14 and if I lived on England that would be livable. However, I am English and married to a great Italian guy and live near Venice. I am bombarded 24/7 by images of nubile 18 year-olds in thongs and I’m not talking about the sunny beach, this is prime time italian tv!!!! Help me please, not all Italian women are a size 6, all that pasta effects them too, we need you, not only to help us see the error of our ways in trying to wear exactly the same dress Elizabetta Canalis wore to saunter down the red carpet with lovely George in tow but to finally feel sexy in our skins. Italy needs you!!!!!!!!! Help!!!!!!!
    Love you

  • Chelsea Holness on January 22nd, 2011 at 10:25 am

    Hello Gok!
    oh my gosh, i love you and love what you do! i have always watched your show, and thats how i get all my fashion tips, i always go to high st stores, and always find something good to wear! I was watching tv when i seen the advert for WHsmith and your book came up on the screen, and i begged my mum to get it for me, and i got it for Christmas, PLUS your body set! I recently had an idea that i want you to come to se me on my Birthday!! please come to Cornwall Gok!!
    MUCH LOVE!!!! xxxxx

  • Lizz on January 22nd, 2011 at 2:18 pm

    I’ve just read your TTandT book. Wow…you are even more fabulous than I thought. I’m a better woman now with your help. Bless you. Stay strong and keep it coming.

  • Gianina on January 22nd, 2011 at 5:27 pm

    Gok, you are simply fantastic. I’m watching your show in Romania.To me is like you are the best friend, you know.. like the guy next door.

    If you ever think of travelling to Eastern Europe, just let me know.. You are a celebrity here!

    The other G.

  • Gianina on January 22nd, 2011 at 5:33 pm

    PS you are really adorable. Forgot to mention in my previous post that we have someone in common: We both love Vivien Westwood, Isnt she fantasctic?
    I wish you a fabulous 2011.

    The other G.

  • Karen on January 23rd, 2011 at 5:49 am

    Hey Gok can hardly find the proper words that can describe wot you do wen u transform an ordinary non glamorous self confident female into some so gorgeous with not alot of effort, you make it look so easy i watch your how to look good naked i listen so intentavley yet im unable to grasp your flare. I live in thee capital of the Highlands of Scotland the haggiss the hills and the bonnie scottish lassies are desparate for you to visit to give us some inspiration on how to look good not just naked (coz it can b quite chilly up here) lol but to look good every day not all of uss suit or like to wear kilts and or bonnie wee tartan shawls we are in need of ur oh so brilliant talent and natural flare in transforming a mixed up,un co-ordinated,mundane wardrobe and owner into something so wonderful,confident and so very co-ordinated CALLING YOU as soon as u have a free date as soon as possible.
    We Scots are a lovely friendly welcoming race of people,that you will probably want to come back again and again
    HELP PLEASE INVERNESS IS CALLING YOU whenever you have a free date as soon as possible would be absolutely awesome
    I hope you will serioously consider helping a few bonnie we lassies from over the border?
    I live in hope and look forward to a not to distant date that will revamp many of our lives like no other can even begin to imagine.
    lots of love
    from 1 of your Biggest wee scottish fans

    Kar x

  • Nikki on January 23rd, 2011 at 10:04 am

    I love watching u gok u r fab xxxx

  • Wendy Burford on January 23rd, 2011 at 2:46 pm

    Just found this website and am looking forward to browsing through it with your regular updates. Big fan of yours Gok and loved your book Through Thick and Thin. It was truly inspiring. I am battling through an ED and your story shows with determination things can improve. Thank you for sharing your story.
    With love

  • Manda on January 23rd, 2011 at 5:48 pm

    Hey Gok,

    I’m a large fan of yours and I really need your help. Once upon a time I was in a band. We weren’t huge, but big enough for TV and press where I was ridiculed to hell about my weight. I’ve got through all that many years later and am getting married this year. Myself and my 2 bridesmaids had the drunken fantasy to do a risque photoshoot for my Hen Night and have find a place in Glasgow where we live. We are all as low in confidence as each other, and one bridesmaid joked I should contact you to see how to do this. I thought, nothing to lose by actually doing so as you may have some kind of show/idea that could help us as it’s not ’til June 11th.

    I couldn’t think of anyone else but yourself to ask something like this of!
    Manda x

  • meemee on January 23rd, 2011 at 6:03 pm

    oh my god i love what you do and have actually taken into account some of the things you say like for fuller figures wear a line? empire line? but i still cant get it right all the time :( but im lucky i have my own personal gok wan lol my bf helps me hehe. but id rather have the real gok wan help me . XXXXX

  • Heidi on January 23rd, 2011 at 8:06 pm

    I recently took your book on holiday to Cuba with me. I was there for two weeks (for my 40th birthday) and started reading it on the way out on the plane. I don’t normally read books, however I read your book from cover to cover and had finished it in 4 days, to be honest it probably would’ve been a shorter time but didn’t wanna finish it before the end of my holiday, in the end I had to.

    I’m from near Leicester and have had body low self confidence for years (used to self harm, also was bullied at school) so some of your book really hit home to me.

    Think you’re fabulous, and please know that on the odd down days you still might have there are alot of people who think as I do and wanna give you a massive cuddle. xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

  • Gemma on January 23rd, 2011 at 9:21 pm

    Hello Gok, I have just finished reading your new book, I found it quite comforting and inspiring. By the way I love your range of body butter! It smells SO yummy.
    It’s nice to know that someone can stick up for women of plus sizes, instead of thinking in a shop why aren’t I thinner? I’m not normal.. I think the shop is wrong for not stocking larger sizes 😉 Thank you for helping me be comfortable in my own skin.
    Thanks Aunty Gok for being an inspiring role model.
    Gemma xxx

  • sharon marriott on January 23rd, 2011 at 9:31 pm

    hi girlfriend luv u 2 bits. the book is bril got it 4 xmas!just read it i would love 2 meet u 4 a coffee or u could call here at my home! and meet my dogs all 5 ov them haha.xx i can dream. keep up the good work u do it so well lots ove love shaz xxxx

  • Enter your name here mary devlin on January 23rd, 2011 at 10:51 pm

    my dear aunty gok i love your shows, your a delight to watch and truely a beautiful person inside and out. I have watched all your shows and after 21 years of marrage i have changed my life you give me the confidence to be important, beautiful but most of all to believe in myself so thank you I love my new life im so very happy thank you gok your friend mary xx

  • Rachel on January 24th, 2011 at 11:22 am

    Dear Gok,

    Would you be able to advise us as to where we could buy plus size clothes for children. Myself and a friend work with an obese child who is so adorable. Unfortunatley she has issues with her weight, she needs confidence building and we feel her appearance would be the beginning of her journey!

    Do you have any ideas?

    Thanks Rachel

  • Deborah Fox on January 24th, 2011 at 1:54 pm

    Hi there Auntie Gok – loving your autobiography. You really are a truly geunine caring guy. You must have hundreds and hundreds of ladies wanting a fab make over but I was wondering how to go about it. I am 48 years old and in my youth was quite an attractive feisy gal. Since I hit my forties everything has gone to pot. I am not getting any younger and would like to feel good about myself again which I do not at the moment. There are other issues which I do not want to put on this site but hey you never know I may be one of the lucky ones.

    Love ya.

    Debbie xxxxxxxxx

  • Sandra. Jepson on January 24th, 2011 at 2:25 pm

    Hi Gok,
    I have to tell you what an amazing person you! You truly are an inspiration to people like myself. I have an ileostomy and now 2 total knee replacements, all within the last 10 years, and have a very poor body image. But whenever I watch you on TV, you make me feel lovely! You are one of life’s special people who can make others feel good, and for that I want to thank you. I have laughed and cried watching your programmes. You have a cool name, you are a cool dude, you are wonderful.
    take care

  • madalaine dearan on January 24th, 2011 at 2:41 pm

    hello gok I need you to know your book has saved my 12yr old grandaughter.I saw your programe and bought your book for Liah who is 12 and exactly the same problems as you.She had got to the stage where she was anorexic and bulmic and got really ill.We all tried to help her and it was not until I gave her your book which she reads every night that we have seen a dramatic change in her.She is now much better and starting to be much happier in herself Liah is a beautiful young girl and starting to get her confidence back and happy with what she see in the mirror.Thankyou so much she said the book is her bible together with the help we have got her.thankyou so much.If ever the occasion arrises that you could give her a makeover she would be thrilled as you are her mentor and guardian angel thankyou for reading this.She told her counceller last week that reading your book she did not feel alone and a freak.T,he lady was so impressed with her she is going to recommend your book to her other clients.god bless you gok from her loving nanny.

  • Milly on January 24th, 2011 at 6:18 pm

    hey gok
    i’m at secondary school and for my gcse citizenship i’m doing an advocacy for your body confidence campaign. i think it’s a really good idea and that we need to address the problem of self-loathing. i know people who are so down about the way they look and they are beautiful but they don’t see it themselves. so far, i’ve talked to some year sixes at my old primary school and they gave some really interesting feedback and some people who are work colleauges of my mum’s. i think it’s important to make younger children and adults aware of this too. i’ve also written a blog and posted it on my school’s website. some of my friends and schoolmates and even my teachers have commented and everyone said they’d support the issue! i hope the advocacy is going well and if you want to read my blog it’s on;
    thanks gok, you’re an inspiration!
    milly :-)

  • Tammy on January 24th, 2011 at 7:39 pm


    You are my idol! Your my guardian angel and knight in shining armour! I used to be so body concious reading Through Thick and Thin and watching all your tv shows has helped me realise I don’t need to be as skinny as all the models in magazines and on tv to be beautiful, your truly amazing thank you so much! Reading your book made me laugh and cry and also realise how much you’ve been through well don’t worry all your gokette’s are here for you :) we all love and cherish you so much, your parents are truly amazing people for bringing such an unbelievably awesome person into the world if you get the chance to read this tell them I said thank you so much! Gok I love you so much and can’t wait to come and meet you must come back to Bristol Cabbott Circus soon for a visit as I would love to meet you its one of my biggest dreams! Gok Wan you are a legend good luck with you career sweetie and walk that catwalk baby, bless your cotton socks and god bless you!

    Much Love Gorgeous Take Care My Darling xxxx

  • shabnamshirdel /twitter on January 24th, 2011 at 8:15 pm

    …u are the best designer ….
    u make me happy always…and I like u…:)

  • Tamara on January 25th, 2011 at 3:45 am

    I just saw some of your videos on youtube. I love you. I need to get my arse out to the UK. There seems to be a lot more appreciation for full figure women out there then the US and more stores that’ll carry larger sizes then in the US. Anyhow just had to drop a note and say what an amazing person you are just from the samples I saw.

  • Sophie and Paige on January 25th, 2011 at 6:08 pm

    Hey, we love you and we were wondering if you have considered doing a show, where you go around schools and gok wan the teachers. Our teachers really need your help.


  • jan on January 25th, 2011 at 8:14 pm

    Please please please come to Galway Ireland, congrats on your website, well done, adore you and watching you on tv right now, your brilliant x

  • Angela on January 25th, 2011 at 8:15 pm

    Hi Gok, thanks for all the advice you give you always make people feel and look their best. Just one thing though, when are you going to do a show to help the petite people of the world. Being only 5ft and a size 4 i find it really hard to find clothes that fit never mind make you feel sexy!! Would really appreciate a show that could help the small people. There isn’t much sexy kids clothes if you catch my drift!! XXX

  • Tracie Stubbs on January 25th, 2011 at 8:26 pm

    Hi Gok, I am just about finished reading your auto biography it made me laugh and cry. Truly fab Gok. Can you tell me if you are doing another series of how to look good naked.. After going from a size 32 down to a 20/22 I still find myself wearing alot of the same stuff and I have less confindence than when I was at my biggest. Would truly love to look good naked.. Oh and one other thing.. My dream is to have a matching bra and knocker set which in my 40 years I have never owned.

    Luv ya loads Gok

  • lauren on January 25th, 2011 at 8:58 pm

    Gok your back at last!!!!! :) love it!! :)

  • Clare from Devon on January 25th, 2011 at 9:27 pm

    Hi gok
    you are truly amazing and I love your shows, please never retire!
    I have been a fan of yours ever since your shows started on channel 4. I have a question.
    Have you ever thought about working with people that have eating disorders as a way to boost self-esteem?

  • shane on January 25th, 2011 at 9:33 pm

    It’s about time you showed us men what were doing wrong !!
    How abouy it Gok?
    Don’t see why the girls should have all the fun!

  • Lauren - Middlesbrough on January 26th, 2011 at 7:06 am


    I am getting married in Italy in April 2011 & my mum has been searching allover for a nice bright outfit for the day, unfortunately we are having no luck and wondered if you could come to the rescue and advise us were to go or reccommend any websites?

    My mum wants classy but colourful and not in a heavy material.

    GOK you do an amazing job :)

    Thank You

  • Abi on January 26th, 2011 at 11:26 am

    Hi Gok Wan, i am you biggest fan, u always me role modal to look to.
    when you coming to nottingham??

  • anne kempson on January 26th, 2011 at 3:49 pm

    hi gok loved the show last night,your blue 70s dress was beautiful, ive been lookin for some wellies for the school run im going to get me the ones you had on the show from next they are really cool, i wanted some wellies that looked like boots and they did, im lookin forward to your next weeks show take care xx

  • Jodie Belcher on January 26th, 2011 at 9:07 pm

    Hey Aunty Gok, i just wanted to let you know how much i love your autobiography, I couldn’t put it down…what an amazing read! You are so brave for sharing with the world all that you’ve been through and i’m so glad that you did. I love and adore you even more now after reading all about your life. I laughed, cried and sometimed sobbed but i loved every minute of it. You are amazing!! I love all your shows as you always make me smile. You truly are an inspiration and i don’t know how we ever survived without you.
    Lots of love

  • sue ford on January 26th, 2011 at 9:45 pm

    Hi Gok.

    i love all your shows and i try to follow your advice that you give on your how to look good naked. I have gone on the simply be site and looked at the items that you use to give shape to women well the laugh that I have is that you go on sizes and they do the following sizes 8, 10, then onto 26 upwards, what happened to sizes 16 to 22. I’m a size 18 to 20 and I would like to try these sizes and unable to get them. So when you advertise them on your programme its very disappointed that I can’t follow this advise.
    Hope you don’t think that I;m having a go at you as I’m not as I think you are the best person on tv. I’m actually having a go atg the company simply be.
    Hope you have a lovely time in Bristol on Friday can’t come working till 5pm so can’t get there on time but I’m sure that you will win tghe contest but I’m sure that I will watch you on tv

    sue xxxxxx

  • Jade on January 27th, 2011 at 8:56 am

    Hi Gok 😉

    I love what you do, it’s great ! I just looked on twitter and saw you’ll be in Bristol Friday i’m from Plymouth and hope I can get up there. I sufeer with body dysmorphia and there is a lot i don’t like about myself but I love ! watching you on tele and getting some fashion tips it put’s a little bit of confidence back in me. So thankyou x

  • Fab & Forty on January 27th, 2011 at 1:50 pm

    Love the site, though its taken me ages to find it. Also trying to find an address to write to? Was thinking of writing to the publishers, Ebury Press to get a letter to Gok anyone got any advice?

  • Elizabeth on January 27th, 2011 at 7:24 pm

    Kudos to you on such an amazing career! I am so grateful to you and your show, I watch it nearly every night with my daughter. I spend so much time trying to make sure my little girl grows up with the healthiest body image I can infuse in her, and this show is a blessing. My daughter now struts around with “I am perfect and beautiful” running through her head constantly. She loves the body she and I have been given and is helping me get over my own hang ups…thanks! Best of luck in the future, we look forward to seeing more of the FABULOUS Aunty G <3

  • Sue Marsh on January 27th, 2011 at 8:55 pm


    I am a secondary school teacher at a school in West Yorkshire. It is a school who’s catchment is from deprived, low income households. A lot of our students, unfortunately, are low on confidence in terms of getting up in front of audiences and being proud of how they look and of their achievements.

    I am in charge of the Design & Performance dept – the subjects this includes are; Technology (inc. textiles & fashion), art, drama and music. I know you are probably contacted constantly from schools but I am nevertheless being the optimist and writing to you in the hope that you would consider working with us! I think you are an inspiration in terms of seeing inner beauty and being proud of who you are!

    What do you think?
    Very excited about hearing a response – Sue

  • Paula Woodward on January 27th, 2011 at 11:45 pm

    Hi Gok, Great first show on Tuesday, looking forwards to nexts weeks show. Funny thing happened later that night. I dreamt you came into my shop to do a makeover. Not on me or any customers, it was on the stock. I woke up the next morning with the title of a new show for you called, ‘Gok My Stock’. You came in and totally revamped all my evening wear with a team of helpers, then we held a fashion show in store, it was great fun. If you ever fancy doing this for real, count me in. congrates on this site, its about time. xxx

  • Julie Lee on January 28th, 2011 at 1:32 pm

    Youre a STAR anuty G! Got ‘Through Thick and Thin’ for xmas, read it in three days BRILL! The road shows are amazing, and very informative.Congrats on the website. Wondered if your future work is anywhere near Barnsley (South Yorks) as I could with help, no a miracle (ha ha ha) for my 50th birthday and wedding vow renewal on the 1st of May 2011 at York Minster. Love and Hugs. jules xxxxxx

  • Tracy on January 28th, 2011 at 9:33 pm

    Im watching goks fashion fix right now and I LOVE YOU! I wanna be a gokette!! 😛 <3 x

  • Dee on January 28th, 2011 at 9:38 pm

    Hi Aunty Gok when are you going to do something for mummies to be ! I am 31 and four months pregnant and fashion doesnt do bumps.! help us mums find something other than joggers (yuk!) hideous stretchy lycra panels and frumpy tunics ! I need clothes that suit my age please help .

    love D and the Bump X

  • Natasha on January 28th, 2011 at 10:40 pm

    Hello Gok!

    First of all you are amazing, your book and shows inspire me sooo much. As a student you are certainly helping me spend my money like it out of fashion!!

    What i would like to know is, if you would consider helping my mum in one of your next shows, she loves you and often dreams she will marry you. lol. but a few years ago she suffered from breast cancer and has lost body confidence since. She needs your help?!?! please!

    Keep up the hard but fab work!!


  • eva burton on January 29th, 2011 at 9:05 am

    hello gok ,love all your tv show, i have been trying to buy a gok wan divine outline slip size 14 for 4 months,cant get one anywhere,can you help me, i live in sunderland and have been to every shop and web sites( no luck) do you or anyone out there no were i can sent for one.

    thank you

  • Amie on January 29th, 2011 at 9:55 am

    Hi Gok,
    I love your work!! It’s the best and you are my idol!!
    Amie xxxxxxxx

  • Elaine on January 29th, 2011 at 1:48 pm

    please gok get your gorgeous range out all year round!!

  • oana on January 29th, 2011 at 2:03 pm

    Dear Gok,

    my name is Oana and i’m writing you from Timisoara, Romania. I have a big question for you. Do you have an e-mail address where i can write to you?
    thanks a lot:)

  • Holly on January 29th, 2011 at 2:10 pm

    Hey auntie gok!
    Im 13 and i live on the isle of sheppey in kent.
    My mum is turning 40 on the 3rd of february this year and she is not happy with her body.
    She’s always on different diets and she’s always saying how much she would LOVE to be goked!
    She lives basically in jeans and sloppy jumpers.
    PLEASE come to the Isle of Sheppey and work your gok magic on my mum! It’s only a small island but you have alot of fans here! No famous people come here but there are so many people that need a big pick-me-up. I know you usually only go to cities but it’s impossible for us to get there. :( Please come and see my mum!
    Holly x

  • summer on January 29th, 2011 at 2:24 pm

    hello GOK!!!!!
    i am one of you biggest fans along with my friend holly. i watch as many of you shows as i can! most of them i watch on repeat on saturday mornings and sunday mornings i am also recording your tuesaday shows to watch th next day.
    i myself would love to be a fashion designer maybe you could give me some tips :)
    from lil_sumo_lumo xx

  • Holly x on January 29th, 2011 at 10:14 pm

    Hello Aunty Gok!!
    I loved your episode when you did about body concious with teenagers and i think you should do a series on teenagers and their fashion, being a teenager myself i feel that all the body concious feelings come when you are a teenager :) but you inspire me and i love all the work you do and i would love to meet you!! :)
    Love Holly

  • Jennifer on January 29th, 2011 at 10:20 pm

    Hey Aunty G!! Just wanted to tell you how much I LOVED your book! It was great to unwrap you on Christmas morning :) I didn’t think it was possible to love you more until I finished reading your story. How to Look Good Naked is so much more than a tv show and that is all down to you and your genuine empathy and after reading your book, I understand more how deep that genuine empathy goes. Reading about your live show in Glasgow brought a smile to my face as I thought I need to let him know how good it was and you never came across as being nervous!

    What I’m about to ask may make the above appear less genuine and buttering you up but trust me (ask anyone!) I am a massive fan and always tell people that Gok Wan would be my dream shopping partner! So here goes, I am doing a massive challenge and wondered if you would support me and my team who are taking part in the Caledonian Challenge (www.caledonianchalenge.com) which is a 54 mile walk in under 24 hours to raise money for the Scottish Community Foundation where I work (www.scottishcf.org) on 11th June 2011. I was told in 2005 that I couldn’t run a 10k…I have now completed 8 and beat my PB every! Like you I never gave up when people tried to bring me down and now I’m doing the equivalent of 2 marathons back to back, eek!! As well as being able to sponsor me and my team using the following link http://www.caledonianchallenge.com/teams/TheSinghingWraysofSunshinethatwillnotMcPhail we are organising a fundraising night in Glasgow on the 2nd April and is Bollywood themed (can’t wait). If there are any raffle prizes you could donate, that would be just fabulous! signed book maybe :) Sorry, being a fundraiser makes you slightly shameless lol!

    Sorry for the very long message and if you can support us in anyway that would be amazing, however I understand you probably get requests like this all time and you can’t support everyone and do a lot for charity already. But as they say, you don’t ask you don’t get!

    If anything, it was great to let you know how much you are liked and be the first piece of fan mail I have ever sent in my life!

    Take care and keep being fabulous!
    Jen xxx

  • Mimi lee on January 30th, 2011 at 8:02 am

    You are a true saint. You help woman realise that we are all different and teach them to love themselves. So glad you have this website. I understand the depths of despair the women you have had on your show were going through as I to hate myself and I wonder each day what am I doing still on this earth. You are my reason for waking up each day and I live with the hope that on day you will be able to save me from myself. I love you and all that you have done and will continue to do for women. An angel sent to help women. How lucky we all are.

  • Sue Sanders on January 30th, 2011 at 8:54 am

    Aunty Gok you are brilliant. Wish you could help me!!! I spent 8 months of last year being treated for breast cancer and this year I am getting married – I’ll be 59. I need help so I watch all your programmes for tips but how about something for older girlies who aren’t ready to roll over and give up. Love Sue

  • Tracey Courtney on January 30th, 2011 at 10:29 am

    Hello…… Adore you Super Slicker Knicker’s, I love the colours are you going to be selling them again in the near future? I desperate to buy the Sereen one’s. Mwah x

  • Carol on January 30th, 2011 at 7:18 pm

    Hi Aunty Gok!

    Just wanted to say that I absolutely adore you & your work – you truely are an inspiration and a thoroughly beautiful human being. Also, loving the website!!!

    I love the compassion you show to the lovely ladies on how to look good naked, and I hope you will continue to spread your magic for ever more!!! Not sure I could strip naked for the whole world to see, but then again I’m sure you could persuade me you 😉

    Love & light


  • Viv on January 31st, 2011 at 12:08 pm

    Hello Gok!
    Love your programmes, changed what I wear following your advice….lots of friends think I’ve been dieting :)
    Do you have any plans for a programme for overweight teens? Shopping for fun fashion clothes is a nightmare, my darling girl often ends up in tears, school uniform is the worst to shop for. Having to buy clothes big enough to fit round the middle is hard, especially when there’s not much boobage either…does nothing for self-esteem. Trying to keep fit is fraught too, going swimming is an ordeal. HELP!!

  • jayne on January 31st, 2011 at 4:50 pm

    hi gok love you, when are you coming to give me a makeover then, let me tell you i need one. love the website love your new show love you girlfriend. xxx

  • Sarah & Jessie Smith on January 31st, 2011 at 8:00 pm

    Good evening Aunty Gok

    My daughter (age 6 1/2) & I are loving your new show & website, infact we have watched last Tuesday’s show 4 times now!

    Jessie also loved the black wellies – do they do them in kiddies size 1 (trip to Next me thinks!)

    Looking forward to tomorrow’s show – Happy Days!!!! :-)))

    Love you lots Sarah & Jessie Smith


  • amanda on January 31st, 2011 at 8:18 pm

    please could you help, i am fed up with buying blouses that dont fit in the chest area due to my boobs being a bit on the large size, if i buy a fitted blouse i cant fastern the chest button so i have too buy a size bigger that means its no longer a fitted blouse sa its then too big on the waist, any suggestions please help. Love the show by the way. xxx.

  • Laura on February 1st, 2011 at 9:56 am

    A strange request from a medical student …

    Hello Gok

    I am writing to you on behalf of medical students at Guys, Kings and St. Thomas’ Hospital – I hope you don’t mind me contacting you. I am a final year medical student with shared responsibility for putting together our Graduation Yearbook. The book will feature photos and comments about every graduating doctor, as well as words of encouragement from one or two important figures. The book will serve as a reminder of our time at university, but it is also intended to provide us with inspiration to be good doctors and servants of the NHS.

    When the Final Year Committee got together to think about eminent people they’d love to feature in the year book, you were at the top of the list. I wonder, therefore, whether you would do us the honour of writing a word or two for our year book?

    Please feel free to contact me if I haven’t explained anything, or if you have any questions at all. If not, we’ll wait patiently to hear from you – and in fact will promise not to hassle you again if we don’t hear from you.

    With very best wishes


  • Hazel Green on February 1st, 2011 at 1:32 pm

    Hi Gok, my daughter is 24 in March and really needs some help with her low self esteem and clotes sense. She still dresses as a 14 year old and won’t wear anything but jeans. She’s a pretty girl who but never makes the best of hersel. I think with your help she could be stunning but she doesn’t believe me or in herself!!!

  • Kayleigj on February 1st, 2011 at 3:59 pm

    Hi Aunty Gok!!!

    Were do i begin? Well i love fashion and getting ready to go out for a meal or just a Saturday afternoon to the cinema but my Boyfriend hates it!!! I do not know how he puts up with me i go through so many different changes from saying to him ” i look like a mum” to ” i look fat don’t i ” And my favourite one ” I look fine is that it!” And i will always put thoughts into his mouth and all the poor guy is doing is reading his Auto trader wanting to leave the house! I get bored so easily of my clothes and after adoring them i think yuck even though it would be the 2nd time of wearing the item. I also cannot sew to save my life and nor can anyone in my family. :-( Im at a real loose end.I also worry that if what im wearing i love but someone else is thinking o dear lord what the hell is she wearing. Im 20, a natural blonde and i worry i look like a glamour model all the time. Which is not an image i really look up too ( not in a bitchy way) I also have a habbit of only shopping in one shop i trust River Island and Next i don’t venture out. Is this common?

    Anyways i know your busy but i was just looking for some advice and thought of you.

    Lots of hugs and love! xxxxx

  • Brenda Toft on February 1st, 2011 at 5:23 pm

    Hi Gok Wan
    I am just coming to the end of your book “Through thick and thin” and I dont want it to end. It is a brilliant autobiography, and I should know as I have read hundreds over the years and yours compares exellently with Dawn French, Paul O’Grady, Julie Walters and many others,too many to mention as I am now 66years old and have been reading autobiographies most of my life.
    So I look forward to any further books you may write and I shall continue to watch your fashion programmes.
    sincerely Brenda Toft

  • numberonegokwanfan!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! on February 1st, 2011 at 7:49 pm

    oh my god i love gok he is ace this website is soooo ace- for more gok loving i like 4beauty go for gok – i love gok’s clothes roadshow i love the liverpool one as a resident of liverpool loved it when gok went on about scoucers come on gok

  • we love gok on February 1st, 2011 at 8:00 pm

    hi gok
    i just wanna say you are a absolutle insparatoin to me and my mates you are a role model to people like me who have a dream as you went from someone being bullied to the icon you are now do you know if you will do another series of how to look good naked i love the way you transform people i was touched by the episode with the former beautuy queen as i wish to work in fashion you inspire me to go and get into fashion
    i have a friend who used to have little self belif but after showing her how to look good naked she was much happier in herself you are ace o rama
    thankyou so muck

  • clare on February 1st, 2011 at 8:14 pm

    just watching your programme – gok you always to every shape but us apples. Please give us apples some visual attention!! Love your shows xx

  • Nikki B on February 1st, 2011 at 8:20 pm

    Hi Gok,

    I’m getting married in July and as I am on a bit of a budget you’ve inspired me to buy a dress in the sale which I am going to customise myself. It’s a lovely shape (sweet heart neck and A line) but it is unbelievabley plain!

    This all seemed like a great idea but I’m actually finding it really hard to customise. My wedding dress is so important to me and I’m worried I’m going to mess it up! Can you help me?

    Lots of love,

    Nikki (Cardiff) xx

  • Michael Brett Smith on February 1st, 2011 at 9:11 pm

    Hello i have just watched your show , this year is my 25th wedding anerversary , and i am doing my best to get in shape for the day ,
    i know you mainly look after the women , but i would love for some one to
    come and , well if this is the right thing , a make over
    heres wishing

  • Dolly on February 1st, 2011 at 9:17 pm

    loving your new show so far, you never get old with your tips, etc.
    how can i apply to try and get on your show for the makeovers??
    i have a group of old school friends that got back together via facebook, and have a scream of a laugh. we are all different shapes and sizes. please help xxxxxxx Gok rules!!

  • Emma on February 1st, 2011 at 10:03 pm

    Hi Gok, I have recently had a baby and am feeling really down about my body shape. I used to be a perfect hourglass size 8 and loved my body and could wear anything. Now I am struggling to fit in size 12 clothes and have such a jelly belly and do no know what to wear. I am really stuck. Im not sure if you reply to these comments but I would really appreciate a bit of advice. I think you are absolutely fab and love the way that you help so many people. Mwah.xx

  • colette jessup on February 1st, 2011 at 10:58 pm

    aunty g,
    love u to bits…seriously need your help x
    much love colette x

  • Esther Alssema on February 2nd, 2011 at 11:37 am

    Hello Aunty Gok,
    I am a 52 year old (young) woman from Holland, who likes to watch your TV programs.
    It’s amazing to see how you treat women who are not very sure about their body’s and the way they look. Great to see you help them to get their self-esteem back by dressing them up creatively.
    I like your sparkling personality, sense of humor and creativity. This inspires me to alter the clothes hanging in my own wardrobe. Fashion has always been a passion to me: I have had a formation in fashion a long time ago. Although I am a French teacher now, I still like to make my own clothes as a hobby.
    I write you this letter because I have been diagnosed recently with breast cancer. A small part of one of my small (A cup), what you call: “bangers” has been removed.

    So I wonder if you can help me to make me feel better about my (damaged) body by giving me some advice about my looks. It won’t be only me your helping, because I would like to draw attention to the Pink Ribbon Foundation, that supports all the women fighting against breast cancer.
    Kind regards,
    Esther Alssema

  • Tina on February 2nd, 2011 at 4:06 pm

    Gok, just finished your book, fab! Well done! Love watching you, keep it up.

  • Monique on February 2nd, 2011 at 6:58 pm

    To my Aunty G,
    I think your amaizing, I’ve always wanted to meet you, but then who doesn’t!! I love all your shows. I’m now really into clothes like, adding things to a plain top. I always try to look out for you when I’m at bluewater or London, Oxford Street, (the best place in the world)
    I love everything you do and always watch you if your on T.V,
    Maybe one day I will see you but otherwise byee!!
    Monique xx

  • Enter your name here JEANETTE THOMSON PAISLEY GLASGOW on February 2nd, 2011 at 7:02 pm

    hi gok, im 43yr old mum to four kids. size 16-18 bangers 36e. i have a very inspirational son who had a severe brain injury when he was 5. was in a wheelchair and couldnt talk. well, he,s 20 now and has been a miracle. he has won 2 gold medals in the special olympics carried the olympic torch in london 2008. has had lunch with the queen and went on to top awards for his courage bravery and determination over the years. he now has went onto doing nchallenges for all types of charities. amazing. on 26th feb we are going to an awards ceremony where he has been nominated for another award. im going and dont know what to wear. im a little out of sinc with clothes,its a daytime awards in a hotel where there will be our lord provost and councillors and some very important people there i wou7ld like my son to be very proud of me as i am of him, but i need your help with what is appropriate to wear, can you help this old fuddy duddy mum who is at the end of her tether. love you lots huni jeanettex

  • Dee OHanlon on February 2nd, 2011 at 8:26 pm

    Hi Gok! Fab site. However, I have a 15 year old teenage daughter who is pencil thin,no figure as yet but is nearly 5’9″ and gorgeous with it. She gets really down in the dumps as she sees her mates wearing lots of things that look fab but she thinks she looks awful all the time. Would you ever consider doing a programme for the stick insects like her? We watch your shows all the time and look for inspiration for her. She also designs her own clothing too.


  • lyn on February 2nd, 2011 at 9:07 pm

    Hi Gok. I just wanted some advice! I lost twins shortly after birth last year and since have lost all confidence in myself and my body. Do you have any tips on how to dress to hide baby weight and to give myself some confidence to get back into the big world again! thanks x

  • Sue Rogers on February 3rd, 2011 at 1:36 pm

    I have just found your website and opened your home page.
    I burst into tears when i read your first line… “Hello gorgeous!”
    You have done so much for us big women. I downloaded the form to go onto your TV show but you needed photos. Although I have a family, I had no one to take the photos for me as I was far too embaressed for them to see me like that.

  • trent akrigg and claire lingard on February 3rd, 2011 at 2:10 pm

    HI GOK!! i am doing a piece of work on the studies of a famous persons lifestyle and works and i have chosen you!! because i think you are the best fashion stylish and role model EVER!!
    i love your work and so does my teacher claire lingard…we would like to know all about your road show because i would like to include it in my report…
    also my teacher claire lingard would love to meet you so is there any way?

  • Sarah Gardom on February 3rd, 2011 at 11:44 pm

    Hi Gok

    I am a fan of yours and think you are amazing at what you do and how you make woman feel great about themselves keep up the good work.

    My problem is I have been over weight for most of my life and am currently loosing weight at Weight Watchers, the thing is I dont know what my body shape is at the moment and what is really when I have got to my goal weight so I often buy things to cover myself up but just make myself look even bigger. Is there anyway I could send a picture of myself to you so you could tell me what my shape is please I would be most grateful.

    Sarah xxx

    p.s. The only shape I think it could be is whale

  • Gail on February 4th, 2011 at 1:15 am

    I have just read your autobiography “Through Thick and Thin”. I thoroughly enjoyed it.I really admire your courage in writing it and hope that it gives strength to anyone who has had an eating disorder, body dysmorphia, been overweight, is of mixed race or is homosexual. Bloody hell, you really had it tough! I laughed and cried as I read it and now I think you are even more fantastic. You need to come to Australia and do some live shows so that we can share in the Gok magic! x

  • TINA on February 4th, 2011 at 1:52 pm


  • Tolu Adedayo on February 4th, 2011 at 6:54 pm

    Hi Gok
    My mum really needs a good pair of going out jeans, if you could help this would be fabulous

    Her hip size is 49 1/2 inches
    and her waist is 40 inches
    Length is 41 inches

  • Pixie B on February 4th, 2011 at 9:43 pm

    Hello to the fabulous Gok.
    Despite never meeting you, you have inspired me (among others) in so many ways in which you could not possibly imagine! I have always wanted an auntie, and I just want to thankyou for filling that role from afar!
    I love you Auntie Gok <3
    Locw and sparkles to you glitter kitten x

  • Aimee on February 4th, 2011 at 9:52 pm

    Dear Gok
    Can you please please come to Belfast as I know there is many people there in need of a serious Gokking! Aka- my mother!! I need you to help poor Belfast!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Lots Of Love
    Aimee xxxxxxx

  • SHAN DAVIES on February 4th, 2011 at 11:23 pm

    HI GOK my daughters getting married in april 2011 please can you give me advice has you are the best fashion expert i am size 16 and love pink and bling i dont like formal has i am young mum of the bride 46 please can you help o and i just missed you in wales gutted ! hope to hear from you soon shan x

  • Kate on February 5th, 2011 at 3:42 pm

    Hi Gok
    I am 11 years old and I just love you and your show.
    At school we are doing a project on ‘if you had to design some slippers for someone, who would you choose and why’ I have chosen you and I want to know what sort of things you would like in a slipper, the material, the colour etc, then I can do this in my project!!!
    My mum met you a few years ago in Asda in Leeds when you were signing your book, I was at school so I didnt see you but she said you were lovely.

    Love Kate xxxxxxx

  • casey cockerill on February 5th, 2011 at 5:00 pm

    hey gok, im probally one of your biggest fans!, i havent missed one of your shows, your like God to me and really inspire me,
    im a 13 year old girl,and i came to your book signing at clothes show live 2010 on the 4th of december, i gave you a little pink book i made, i’d love you to know what you thought of it.
    i adore the fact that you make women feel better about no matter what size they are or how the look, i wanna be just like you when im older, i always love to help my family with there fashion problems and they all give me compliments and tell me to keep going with my dream no matter what happens!
    ive read all you books and i cried at your biography, i never realised it was so tough for you,
    i love you sooooo much auntie Gok,and id love to hear from you, it would mean the WORLD to me :-),xxxxxxxx

  • casey cockerill on February 5th, 2011 at 5:20 pm

    your my inspiriation + fashion is my life!,
    i know you probally get alot of emails like this but you honestly dont know how much it would me to mean, just for you to email back!,
    ive been picked to do my GSCE’s two years early for technology,and im currently making 50’s clothes, and your show the other night with the 50’s outfit really helped me,
    im a 13 year old girl,with a big dream,and your the amazing man that created that!

  • daz on February 6th, 2011 at 8:45 am

    hi just wana say loving ya shows n loving ya site too..Just wana ask what confidence u can give to me to make me more confidence with my stomach as i have what they call a saucepan lid belly n a size 16.. thnx love uuuuuuuuuuuu xxxxxxxxxxxx

  • Tasha Carter on February 6th, 2011 at 10:36 am

    Hey Gok, just wanted to say I thik you are amazing! Not only with your style advice and passion to help others, but I think the way you have made soooooo many women finally feel good about themselves and given them the kick to realise that they dont have to dress to cover their curves but to embrace them, I think that is truly inspirational!
    Also…hubby bought me your book for xmas, I read it all in 3 days! Couldnt put it down :) xxxx

  • casey on February 6th, 2011 at 10:39 am

    hey gok,
    i just really want to let you know how much you book helps me, ive got every single one ever made, but through thick and thin helped me soooooo much, i started to realise i was becoming over weight when i was around 11 years old,but i always got told i was beautiful and i was perfect, but i really wasnt happy with myself, so when i was about 12 i joined the gym, i used to go nearly everyday for at least an hour, i lost weight really quickly and i just wanted to be like all theother models on the tv beautiful and skinny, i thought i needed to loose even more weight and at this stage my parents and family were really starting to worry and were considering cancleing my gym membership, but i starting forcing myself to be sick, thinking it would help me feel better about myself and my body,
    it did at first but then the stumach pains where unbelivable, but once i read your book it made me feel i can still loose weight without damaging my body, if it werent for you i might not of been here right now, and it means so much too me!
    im 13 now and still go to the gym, i dont want too loose weight,becuase im happy with my body now, and on the days where im feeling rubbish about myself, i oopen your book and it makes me understand if you got through it,than i can! your books like my bible and it literally means everything to me!, i got it signed by you at the birmingham clothes shhow 2011!

    my mum has appiled for me to go in modeling agenices and fashion shows, it makes me feel so much better about myself, and makes me feel like someones accepting me just the way i am!,

    thankyou so much gok! i lovee you auntie gok!,xxxxxxxxx

  • Karen on February 6th, 2011 at 12:27 pm

    Hi Gok,
    I have just read your autobiography. What a read! It was a rollercoaster of emotions, sadness, disbelief of other people, so much I can’t describe.
    I think you are amazing. A true inspiration that you can always make it no matter how bad things are to begin with. That determination and a bit of “blag” will get you everywhere. You have made some wonderful friends and have a great family to support you and I am glad you have done so well and are happier now.
    You are an amazing person, and your friends and family are lucky to have you. So are the public for the time that we get to share with you. ( I have Gokked some of my daughters clothes and they loved it, telling everyone they were Gokked!)
    Good luck in the future. I hope you remain happy and always one step ahead of your demons.
    Thank you.

  • Emily Skidmore on February 6th, 2011 at 1:56 pm

    Hi Gok,
    I love your show I watch it on e4 then again on E4 +1 lol
    I’m writting a comment as I’m in need of some advice. I like to dress nice but I always feel I can only wear loose tops to cover my hips. They are weird shape and one side is bigger than the other. When wear leggings or jeans I buy a bigger sze to tuck them in lol. I like the rest of my body but is there any advice to give me to make me love my body please help.
    Love you always. Emily 22 from westmidlands x x x

  • Maria on February 7th, 2011 at 3:15 am

    Hiya Aunty G,

    Yaaaaaaaaaaaaaay you finally have your own website!!!!
    I watch you aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaall the way from Sydney,Australia…and I LOVE YOU!!!
    Please,please,please,please,please come and visit us in Oz…can I put my hand up to be first in line for your help?
    We need someone like you Gok, to embrace we Aussie goddesses who are bigger than a size 14!!!
    Love you,
    Maria XXXXXX
    PS Thank you for embracing women of ALL sizes!!! :-)

  • CAMELIA on February 7th, 2011 at 7:30 am

    Greetings from Romania!!!! i love your show !!!

  • Leanne on February 7th, 2011 at 1:36 pm

    Just wanted to say that i recently read your book and i found it really moving. You’re an inspirational person who’s been through some tough times. Your book made me laugh and made me cry. Your words have touched my soul in a way that is hard to describe (espeically as i dont actually know you, yet feel as though i do!).
    Keep smiling and stay strong!

  • Gaby H on February 7th, 2011 at 4:02 pm

    I live in Mexico so, I only get old shows on TV, but I love them!!! You are a miracle maker, my darling!!!

  • Helen on February 8th, 2011 at 12:58 pm

    Hi I enjoy your programmes and watch them quite a bit. I like your appproach to bodies and enjoy all your positive gusto. I have a problem with my daughter who is only 17. I am 60 and she was a very late arrival. My body has dissolved since her birth. I had always longed for a daughter and she is perfect. Unfortunately I cannot help her with clothes. She is a size 14 but womanly before her time. Can you give me/her some quick or even longer advice. I really rely on your privacy terms with this, she would be mortified.
    Best Wishes

  • amanda hainsby on February 8th, 2011 at 1:48 pm

    please please please let me know if Gok is coming to essex ever !!!

  • Ronnie Gibson on February 8th, 2011 at 6:09 pm

    HI Gok,

    Just finished your autobiography which I got for my birthday last week. I could not put it down and read your book in three day’s. Just wanted to let you know what an inspiration you are and you rightly deserve your place in this world. i am a great fan and have followed every show you have done. I would like to say I wish you did more Blokes in your show as i am at a end in deciding what is good enough for me to wear. I wish you all the best… Ronnie

  • Joanne on February 8th, 2011 at 8:34 pm

    Your not a guy to shy away from a challenge – you even took on Alan Carr – I challenge you to make me look good for my wedding in October without the use of surgery or a body double !Q!!

  • hemant mistry on February 8th, 2011 at 8:39 pm

    Hey there! i really do appreciate you making people look good no matter what!

    the girl i’m seeing loves you to bit and always says to me god i’d love it if he could make me one dress!

    then i came to think …. hey why not get in touch with him and see if it is possible?

    is it?

    if did this happen you would certainly make me and defiantly my other half will feel over the moon!

    keep up the good work… gok! x

  • Zoe Johnson on February 8th, 2011 at 9:18 pm

    Hey Gok I just want to say that I think you are an inspiration to me and I think that your show is AMAZING!!! I’ve never missed a single one! I think that you are an amazing person and I wish I could tell you personally how amazing I think you are, any way I can meet you? Zoe xxxxx

  • Jo on February 8th, 2011 at 9:44 pm

    Hi Gok just wanted to say congrats on a fab show :).
    But I need your help Im getting married in september i already have my dress but i dont have a big budget for my bridesmaids plz could u help thank u if u can x x x :) x x x

  • James Monaghan on February 9th, 2011 at 9:44 am

    Hi Gok,
    I am wrting to you on here as i have no other way of contacting you and i hope you do get to read this as i am off to Afghanistan for another 3 months. I am in the armed forces and the reason for the message is to give my wife a special surprise from me. Could you Gok my wife as she is a fan of yours. I think this would be a great surprise if you could do this for me as she looks after the children whilst i am away and is very busy I just want to be able to do something nice for my wife and as she goes on about how fabulous your fashion is I think this would be a big treat.

    I hope you get this soon and email me if you can or cannot do this.



  • Sasha Langford on February 9th, 2011 at 2:05 pm

    Hello Aunty G, We are the same age & both come from the midlands,I have loved everything you have ever done & now watching your latest roadshow (Leeds)you have inspired me to organise a charity fashion event including clothes swapping, makeovers, photo shoots & a fashion show. I know its a big ask but if there is anything you can do to support the event, maybe a signed photo or book it would help & be forever appreciated. I can provide more details if you need them. Thanks in anticipation. Sasha xxxx

  • Michelle on February 9th, 2011 at 4:56 pm

    I do not think you are Rich because you appear on TV, i think you are rich because of how you relate to women. That makes you human to xx

  • Jules on February 9th, 2011 at 7:29 pm

    Have, very belatedly, just seen your documentary ‘Too Fat, Too Young’. It was fantastic – very inspirational – beautifully handled – sensitively produced. Thank you. You are a great guy with a sure sense of what you want to do – for yourself and for others. Love ya!

  • Rebecca Luff on February 10th, 2011 at 9:14 am

    GOK, I think you are amazing, I love your fashion. You have come so far… I really want to meet you. <3 xxx

  • Natalie Wood on February 10th, 2011 at 9:27 am

    Hi Gok!
    Love the new shows!
    I am nearly 20 weeks pregnant and the high street doesnt seem to be the best place for us pregnant ladies to find fashionable clothes. It seems you cant be pregnant and fashionable! The only places seem to be online which isnt ideal as you cant try before hand to make sure they fit. Topshop has a maternity range but to find a good pair of jeans etc it seems that the high street only caters for skinny mums to be – a pair of skinny jeans never fit me before i was pregnant let alone now! I am now a pregnant size 14 and have some other pregnant friends who feel the same – we cant be the only ones? You can be a yummy mummy to be if you have a lot of cash but the high street doesnt seem to be catering anymore.
    Just wanted to share

  • angela on February 10th, 2011 at 9:41 am

    loving the new show, basic information on body shape is vital, I have spent most of my life wearing clothes that didn’t compliment my shape.

  • Kathy Manley on February 10th, 2011 at 10:50 am

    Hello gok like millions of people I want to say how wonderful, inspiring and fantastic you are .In the past 4 years I have lost a huge amount of weight and thought that I would feel fantastic when I reached my goal weight last year. But I didn’t. It is wonderful to listen to people telling me how wonderful I look. I started dressing better as \i can access any shops now, but I know that what people see is not what I see I still see myself as a big person and my body is a mess I would love to be able to accept it as you have done with yours so please help. ~Sorry I am boring you must be getting hundreds of letters like mine and I would understand if you can,t read my email

    Just keep up the good work for all the ladies out there and I surely will carry on watching you xx

  • jules on February 10th, 2011 at 11:41 am

    Hiya Gok, Im one of your biggest fans, love what you do , how you do it. :) But, I need advice from you, Im desperate to get a high waisted, wide leg trouser suit for a wedding Im attending in April. I know exactly what I want, but cannot get it anywhere. :( the colour I want is a natural colour, why is it so hard to find one. Please, Please, Please, can you help me find one. friend for ever…. Jules. xxx

  • Adele on February 10th, 2011 at 12:10 pm

    When are you coming to cumbria? Love the show x

  • Sarah on February 10th, 2011 at 1:31 pm

    Just seen you in Canary Wharf and it reminded me… Who is looking out for all the ‘forgotten petites’? No longer are petite ranges petite – they are all way too big. I can’t buy children’s clothes as they are too young/girlie/don’t allow for curves and I am despairing about what to do when my current wardrobe starts to fall apart (because of this I didn’t buy any new clothes in 2010). My body hasn’t changed in the last 20 years but the upsizing that ALL high street stores seem intent on means that naturally petite women, like myself, now have virtually nowhere to go to buy clothes that fit and we are the forgotten market. I’ve even had to resort to my sewing maching again as it’s too expensive to get all the clothes I buy in a Petite size 6 altered so they fit. All fashionistas spend their time concentrating on the ‘larger/curvier ladies’ – what about us petites? I’ve complained so many times to high street stores about their petite range sizes getting bigger every year that I have given up now – because they don’t care. I wonder if you do?

  • Jenny, Kathy. Mandy and Triona - Liverpool Womens Hospital on February 10th, 2011 at 3:00 pm

    Hi Gok!

    We are looking for your help and advice please!!

    With the current climate the NHS has been greatly affected, at the moment the Liverpool Women’s is going through a restructure process which could ultimately involve redundancies.

    Because of this the morale at the Hospital is at an all time low. We have been trying to think of ways to boost staff morale and have came up with the idea of holding a big event of clothes swapping which all staff can get involved in.

    Do you have any advice for us as to how to go about this? any tips of what to avoid/encourage? How are the clothes organised? (by colour/size/type?)

    Obviously you are invited – if you can make it!!!!!

  • Amy Bougourd on February 10th, 2011 at 4:31 pm

    Hi Gok!
    I love the website, and I got your’e autobiography for christmas and oh my gosh what a read! I could not put it down, you are truly an inspirational guy! I just love your shows and you are just amazing. I know you work with specsavers? Well I live on Guernsey the home of specsavers! :)

    Anyway I’m rambling just because well I think you are awesome!

    Much love x

  • Eden Mae on February 10th, 2011 at 7:45 pm

    Hi Gok, for christmas I got your autobiography and OMG words cant explain how inspiring and emotional it was… I have some issues with how i look and your book inspired me to get up out of bed and pull myself together and do something with my life… I’m now studying music and everyday is a dream :) i cant never thank you enough, Maybe one day i can thank you in person, but your truly my idol
    thankyou so muchh
    Eden x

  • Megan Westray on February 11th, 2011 at 10:34 am

    3 words…i love you! Everything you do is absolutely fab! I read your book and knowing everything you have done in your life makes you even more inspiring, just portrays the message ‘never give up!’. One day I will meet you if its the last thing I do! (: keep up the good work…LOVE IT! Megan xx

  • hayli thompson on February 11th, 2011 at 11:32 am

    hi gok , i really love your shows . i sadly missed you when you came to nottingham, when are you next coming ,if you do come visit again, as id love to be on one of your shows.if you saw my wardrobe you’d know why! lots of love x hayli x

  • debbie liddell on February 11th, 2011 at 12:12 pm

    Good morning/nearly afternoon Gok.

    I have just watched the “gok’s roadshow in leeds” wow!!!
    and i have just finished your autobiography,
    I have soo much empathy for you with regards to the bullying you endured i myself was a victim of bullying at schhol, due to my unusal looks, personality, being diffrent doesnt make you stupid, ugly, or a target for other people’s frustrations it has made me the person i am, again as you commented on your blog THANKS to the bullies!,for making me who i am.
    a strong,independant mummy who wont take any crap.
    I wish you visited Glasgow more often, i would love you to GOK ME {PERSAY}.

    mum of 1, hasnt a clue how to dress and look my 33 years of age. i feel i dress far too old for my age and starting to dress like my mum{58},i have very little body confidence as i have gone from size 6- size 12 over a 10 year period. ahhhhh i cant fit into my wedding dress anymore and this depresses me, Anyhoo, love the show keep going with your projects

    Keep well, keep Gok!!! xxxxx

  • Enter your name here Tracy Smithers on February 11th, 2011 at 12:17 pm

    I found you at last!!!! Love watching your programmes, although im still confused about my body shape. I think your are an inspriration to all women and men.

  • charlotte young on February 11th, 2011 at 12:22 pm

    Hi Aunty Gok, just to ask, would it be possible to give us ladies with disabilities some advice on being fabulous and bring out our inner diva. Maybe you could devote a show to demonstrate that having a disability does not mean you have to look drab. I ask this because I have PEG feeding tube and I am self concious wearing certain clothes. PLEASE HELP ME BRING BACK MY UPMOST DIVANESS!!! Mwah x x x x

  • Maggie on February 11th, 2011 at 1:15 pm

    Hi Gok – Scotland is crying out for some Gok love – we Scottish lasses would love to be one of your lovely ladies so we need your help

    Is your Roadshow ever coming to visit us in beautiful Edinburgh?

    Lots of Love

    Maggie, Lorraine, Susan, Wendy, Linda & Lisa

  • Wendy Dale on February 11th, 2011 at 2:34 pm

    Absolutely love your shows. Especially the one with disability.
    However, how about us ‘shorties’… people who are under the average height of 5ft??? :-)

  • Demeen Weatherill on February 11th, 2011 at 4:07 pm

    Hi Gok
    Me and my mom watch all your shows and i think its amazing how you change how people see themselves just by changing their clothes.
    My mom struggles some times to find something pretty to wear that suits her body shape, she had polo in her left arm when she was young so now its shorter than her right arm which stops her buying tops or dresses with long sleaves. my mom also doesnt like her tummy at all, ive tried to get her to wear those pants that suck you right in but she wont have it.
    Could you please give me a few tips to help my mom feel pretty in clothes again?
    Demeen xxxx

  • Barbara on February 11th, 2011 at 7:53 pm

    Hi Gok,

    Unfortunately, I’m 4ft 10in, 55 years of age and about eight years through having an underactive thyroid, put on about 2 stone and boobs of 36DD. Otherwise, I’m an hourglass shape, but bordering on the short, fat, and big busted gnome. I used to be 7 stone and a 34b but now at 36DD I really don’t know whether to shop for my height or for my shape, or just for my boobs. Blouses gape and I’m in danger of taking somebody’s eyeball out, but if I get a size to cover my boobs the sleeves are too long. As for dresses, to get something that looks not bad, I have to cut off about a foot, so have to shop very carefully. Any tips? Pleeeeeeease.

  • jean on February 11th, 2011 at 10:12 pm

    hi aunty G my name is jean i am 43 a mum of 3 here in dublin ireland i am such a big fan and when i say big i mean big (ds 26) lol i am just wondering when oh when are u coming here i just want to see u and if i could give u a big hug u are a super star hope to here back lots of love jean xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx kisssssssxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx love ur new site

  • Mags on February 12th, 2011 at 1:43 pm

    Hi love you love you Gok

    You have to come to scotland and help us up here x x x x x

  • sofia on February 12th, 2011 at 3:27 pm

    Hiya Gok!!!
    I Cant believe I finally got to meet you yesterday at Canary Wharf – it was definetly worth the 3 hours wait to get inside the building and I even managed to get a kiss from you after the filming – I am just sooooo happy – LOVE YOU GOK!!!
    I love everything you do as you are such an inspiration to women and watching your ‘fashion fix’ shows has given me so many ideas of how I can jazz up a normally ‘boring’ outfit – so thank you so much for all the work you do and I just hope you are around forever!!!
    Luv ya,

  • Vicky on February 12th, 2011 at 7:24 pm


    I need your help!!! i can’t find what style suits me most and not sure what my body shape is!, I struggle with my weight as i suffer with pcos and nothing seems to work i do all the right things drink plenty of water healthy foods going to the gym and i’m also a member of Weight Watchers and have been for 3 years and i have only managed to lose 14lbs do you have any advise that can help me i’m desperate and i’ve lost confidence with myself and my relationship is starting to suffer

    I need help and fast!!!!!

    Vicky xx

  • Sophie x on February 13th, 2011 at 1:57 am

    Hello!!! Wow Gok, I love your website. It’s fabulous, suits you down to a T! I absolutly love love love your work and all you do for those ladies who are lucky enough to appear on your programmes and you are also an inspiration to us on the other side of the tv screen in fashion, confidence, real life.. you seem to know everything! I really want to get my mum on your show, shes a fab 46 and is stunning, however she feels as if she is really old and can’t get away with the things she used to but doesn’t know which styles suit her most anymore. She wants to stay young and funky and fresh but needs a bit of a confidence boost. I always think she looks wicked but nothing I say ever convinces her and shes started to hide away in ‘comfort’ clothes. Anyway, I’d love to know how I could apply for her… please let me know if you have chance.. I know your a busy bee.
    Loved the show in Leeds by the way, my home town yorkshire born and bred!
    Keep doing your thing. Lots of love and kisses
    Sophie xx

  • Jade on February 13th, 2011 at 2:20 am

    Dear gok,
    i love you and everything about you and i have been twiddling my thumbs at the thought of joining one of ur shows i need help… im a plus size person who doesnt know how to dress my body because i suffere with a bad case of hiritisum on my chest and stomach and i would love to know how to dress for me n be able to hide it

    Thank you J x

  • Symeon on February 13th, 2011 at 2:54 am

    Hi I find difficult to say as most guys do I guess I find it difficult to except way look. I hid my body away for years from partner as can’t really except self. Don’t lIke looking at myself either. Strange bit is I’m prob not in to bad shape as train alot but just can’t except how look

  • katie legros on February 13th, 2011 at 9:34 am

    fabulous new series!!! How can we get a miniture Gok to come shopping with us!!!! Every girl should have one of you!! Well done !!

  • Christine Coultrup on February 13th, 2011 at 9:58 am

    I love your programme and am sorry i could not get to Canary Wharf on the 11th Feb I have my son’s wedding coming up in july and as i have a spare tyre that would fit on an artic lorry i can not get excited about shopping for an outfit i am only short as well. I dont expect an answer but i would appricate help i really hate my body and can never imagen liking it like the women do on your show i suffer with bad back and hip so exercise is out and i have the willpower of a gnat when it comes to diet i am my own worse enemy xx chris

  • Shelly on February 13th, 2011 at 11:45 am

    First off i would like to say a huge THANK YOU for being such an inspiration to women and the fact you love cuddly girls makes me feel good about myself, Im a size 14/16 and you make me appreciate what i have, i love my legs,bum mainly but the way you show us girls how to dress cheaply but so lovely is the best.Im reading your autiobiography at the momment and its opened my eyes to how you have got to where you are today, going from your dads restaurant,body shop to your interview at Carol Hayes Management. You deserve all the happiness and love in the world as you are a truely amazing human being xxx

  • karina cooper on February 13th, 2011 at 3:03 pm

    hi gok i am 22 years old i am a mom and i have one on the way i have 17 weeks left and i wood love to be a yummey mummy have you got any tips for me plz from karina

  • Jane Brown on February 13th, 2011 at 7:35 pm

    Hiiii!!! Well On Thursday morning, 10th of Feb. I heard you Gok on morning tv asking for people to get down to Canry Wharf, London on the Friday for a ‘fashion orgasm.’
    Well how can a girl refuse an offer like that! So being the mad woman i am i booked bus tickets for my daughter,15,and myself for the next day!
    5 hrs traveling later, we found the venue.. we were about 4 hrs early.. suddenly up the stairs you came! Well i have to apologize if i garbled a bit, but i was overwhelmed that we spoke together!
    I did get told off by my daughter for not grabbing the chance to get a pic of you or an autograph, i did lose the plot for awhile!
    We then shopped for a little while before going back to queue for 3 more hrs in the cold.. but it was sooo worth it! What a fabulous time we had. I have never been to a catwalk show before. So much fun. Just sorry you didn’t win but bless Brit, she was so emotional. It made me realize, it is not just a tv programme, it really means the world to you both.
    I really hope i get the chance to meet you again and get that pic! I love your work and everything you stand for. Amazing!!
    Please list when you are to be out and about with any shows for the public to see.. won’t feel so much like a stalker then!!
    Jane x x

  • Fernanda Urtaza Schuh on February 14th, 2011 at 2:02 am

    Hi Aunty Gok, how are you, dont forget your Mexican Gokette ok, love you, blessings, Fer.

  • shy da silva on February 14th, 2011 at 11:31 am

    we love you gok!!xx

  • Lilly Smith on February 14th, 2011 at 4:25 pm

    Hi Gok
    I have just finished reading your autobiography and found it truy inspiring. I am 23 and currently fighting anorexia and your book has gave me the strength to carry on but I need a bit of advice. I am 5 foot 2 and obviousy very thin. I hardly go out because I dont Know what to wear. What kind of cothes should I go for to help make me look ‘bigger’ and a bit more curvatious? Please Please help as I am afraid that I will become even more isolated and alone.
    I know yur shows usually concentrate on the making the ‘larger’ lady more confident with her body but no-one ever seems to want to help the smaller lady feel more confident.
    Any advice would be a massive help.
    Thank you

  • valeria on February 14th, 2011 at 4:58 pm

    A million messages just for you, I also want to leave a message. I’d like to know you, I can’t find your email. I saw your tv show. I’m italian but I’m in London from last April. I’m tryng to do my job, fashion designer. When I saw you on TV I thought I want to do that, I want to know him and talk to him. How can I meet you? :)




  • anne bass on February 14th, 2011 at 7:40 pm

    iam not a skinny woman iam an 18 up top because i have broard sholders and a small bum and big belly due to 3 ops who cares iam happy with my life and iam what i am yes i’d love to have a flat belly and not be built like a russian shot putter but tough iam so make the most of what u’ve got i’ve a personality to die for and i dont scub up bad when i make an effort good legs make the most of what youv’e got girls

  • Sherine on February 14th, 2011 at 8:07 pm

    Hi Gok, I don’t know what to do and really need your help!!
    I’m due to get married in las vegas this year september to my partner of 11 years, however I have a problem, I developed a skin condition last year and have numerous scars on my arms, back and chest that resemble chicken pox which was itchy and has left me with dark scars. I currently see a dermatologist that has advised me that it will take a while before the scars will eventually go. The thing is that I want to feel and look special for my wedding day, and will not be wearing a traditional wedding dress, but I can’t seem to find anything that looks nice enough with long sleeves to cover the scars and bumps. As I’m going in late august to early september it will be hot and I will need something prefably loose and flowly. Do you have any ideas on what I could wear,for my big day? and where to look? Many thanks for your time and attention, Sherine

  • Nina on February 14th, 2011 at 8:08 pm

    hey Gok,
    i love you.
    I’m a 15 year old and ever since i saw how to look good naked (years ago) my dream’s been to meet you. i was at Goks clothes show live, at winter gardens (11/2/11) and now i’ve seen you in person ilove you even more, your my idol and i would love the oppertunity to meet you properly, i love you and your work soo much!
    nina xxxx

  • julie ann bailry on February 15th, 2011 at 12:21 am

    hello i love yourr website your my number 1 fan i just wish you would come and sort me out lol….my life is a disaster since i have had my 5th child i cannot loose my weight and its getting me down and stressed please could you help me thanx loveya mwa x x

  • Andrea on February 15th, 2011 at 3:29 am

    Hi there! Firstly, I love what you do for womens confidence, it’s truly amazing. I have a truly special request. How do you choose the women that you help and are you planning on coming to New Zealand soon? My beautiful sister is turning 40 this year and is so self concious about her shoulder and body she covers herself up. Because she has lived with illness since the age of 10 she does not see the beautiful person everyone else sees. She always puts others before herself, it’s time for that to change. Please please, if you can help I would eternally grateful.

  • Michael on February 15th, 2011 at 7:32 pm

    Hi Gok I sit and watch your show with my wife, I love what you do for women however I would love it if you could do a mens series I truly need some help, I am 56 with a buying age of someone in their 20s I don’t want to look or dress inappropriately but I just love young styles.
    Is there a chance you will do a series for men someday.

  • Ruth on February 15th, 2011 at 8:39 pm

    You and your programs inspired me to do a naked outdoor photo shoot in october for my husbands christmas present. I now have a few photos i look at and go do you know what i dont look too bad lol I have lost 5 stone and dont really know what to wear to look good but i do look good naked.

  • janice on February 15th, 2011 at 8:47 pm

    just watched you on One Show. Can see you really do care about how women feel about themselves. Any advice where I can get those type of pics taken?? I hate my hubby looking at me naked and would like to be brave enough to get some pics done for him.

    In the middle of your book……making me laugh and cry……but its brilliant xxxx

  • Lynda Keith on February 15th, 2011 at 9:05 pm

    Love the show and take all tips and help on board but was little disappointed that the roadshow in Leeds had beautiful ‘catwalk outfits’ from Mango and House of Fraser but we don’t have either of these shops in Leeds?

  • Lyn on February 15th, 2011 at 9:12 pm

    Hello Gok and family

    fabulous show again tonight!, well done to you and the rest of the team. Your fashion is very inspiring.

    Lyn xxxx

  • Julie Windress on February 15th, 2011 at 9:24 pm

    Hi Gok

    You are a real inspiration to ladies all over, ladies like me and with that in mind I wonder if you can help me or at least provide some advice, I know you must get that question all the time so apologises for that.

    I have been given a fantastic opportunity at work in the way of a promotion, however subject to me changing my appearence as the role is Sales Manager. I really want this job and any help or advice would be so gratefully received, however I’m not sure I could appear on TV!

    I work for a wonderful company who provide support to children, young people and adults who have learning and behavioural problems through independent living, unfortunately those that society no longer wants to help!. We very much see the person not a disability or a problem and feel that everyone we support should have the same rights as everyone else. I completely believe in what we do as a company and so want to get out there and really sell ubu so we can continue to make a difference but just need a little advice first.

    I understand how completely busy you are but hope you can five minutes to share some thoughts with me.

    Kind regards

    Julie x

  • Christine Knight on February 15th, 2011 at 10:35 pm

    Hello. I just wish to tell you how you have changed my look. I am 59 years old I have had breast Cancer twice over seven years. So felt really down with myself. Watching you shows. As I have always done. I started to look at myself. With the road show you have opened up so many ways we can dress. I am on the big side and you have showed us all just what to look out for. I just would like to tell you just how much you have made people look at them selves. I thank you so much. Chrissy XX

  • Elena on February 16th, 2011 at 7:53 am

    Dear Gok,

    I fell in lovw with your style after watching every single episode from How to look good nacked on a Romanian channel (not the latest style but good to start:) ). I would like to order some of your fabulous shapewear lingeriy but the site https://www.simplyyours.co.uk/ does not deliver in Romania. Is thete any way that I can buy the items I’m interested in.


    I can hardly wait to receive your newsletter.

  • carol elliott on February 16th, 2011 at 9:36 am

    Type your comment here hi auntie gok! love all your shows and am an avid follower! would love to be on one of your shows if someone could point me in the right direction lov ya xx

  • Lynda on February 16th, 2011 at 9:38 am

    Sorry – of courses we have a House of Fraser it’s John Lewis we are in need of in Leeds x

  • Julie on February 16th, 2011 at 11:48 am

    OH MY GOK!! Finally I’ve discovered your very own website!
    You are a total inspiration!! After having my son nearly 5 years ago and being unhappy with my body, you’ve made me realised there’s nothing wrong with it and I absolutely do LOOK GOOD NAKED!! I’m now on a mission to clear out my wardrobe and revamp some of my outfits with a little Gok magic!
    Keep doing what you do because you do it faboulously!
    Big thanks for inspiring me and making me and thousands of other woman feel good about themselves!

    Jules xxx

  • christine coultrup on February 16th, 2011 at 12:20 pm

    i think you are one of the nicestest people in this world and we need more like you

  • Shannon Stroud on February 16th, 2011 at 6:47 pm

    Hey Gok,
    You are such an inspiration to all women 😀 I love what you do! I hope you come to Norfolk again soon as I missed you when you came to Jarrolds as I was stuck in college!! I need Gok help!!! 😛
    Thanks, keep up the fab work!!
    Much loves and hugs
    Shannon xxxx

  • sheriene on February 16th, 2011 at 8:07 pm

    Gok you are my fashion idol…i wus a size 22 and just by admiring your work i look beyong my depression and found your various materpiece more than empowering to find comfort in making your effort in my appearance….aunty Gok…you have been and always will be the best injection t wholesalers and retailer to keep the highstreet tills ringing in this recession…..true inspiration for broke ass single people like me..


  • Zowie on February 16th, 2011 at 8:56 pm

    Hi Gok! I really loved your book 😀 I’ve read it twice! I would love to meet you and get my copy signed :) Zowie xx

  • donna on February 16th, 2011 at 9:12 pm

    Hi Gok hope your well. i have nearly finished reading your book and i have shed a little tear in a few parts. i just want to say its nice to know that im not the only one in the world who has felt that way about the way they look. you are surely amazing and i would love to go shopping with you. im loving your roadshow its fab.
    take care lots of love
    Donna x

  • cari on February 16th, 2011 at 9:18 pm

    Can i just say a massive massive thank u to u gok! i’ve just read ur autobiography and its helping me to sort my stuff out, i thought i was strange and the only one til i read ur book. I’m 28 yrs old and for most of my life was a size 26-28 if not bigger and weighed 28stones, but in the past three years i developed an eating disorder and am now wot they call a purging anorexic, i now weigh 10st ish and am now a size 14 but has way too much excess skin lol i sometimes feel like a freak saying i have an eating disorder and being not a size zero but reading ur book has helped me realise am not alone in this and that u can get through these things. Its tough but if i can have even an inch of the guts, strength and determination u had and have i know i can control this horrible illness. Thank u Gok ur a major inspiration! love everything u do xxxxxxx love Cari xxxxxxxxx

  • lynne on February 16th, 2011 at 9:23 pm

    Hi you wonderful person you… just want to say your my hero… love your book and show’s follow as much as i can…. why dont you do a show in midlesbrough i need a make over ..hint hint …your road show are amazing ..my grand daughter ask’s every week nanny can you make that..lol and yes i have made lots of thing’s that you show on screen …so easy thank you…i have tried and tried to go a signed picture of you to no avail sob sob …how can i get one …well chuck take care god bless Lynne

    keep that great smile xxxx

  • Michelle on February 16th, 2011 at 10:46 pm

    Hello Gok.
    I dont like to read. But i got your book Through Thick and Thin. And i just could’nt put it down. You touched me. I am from a council estate to, and i only ever thought there was me who loved my family so strong but i see you do to and that is everything.
    both of my parents have passed away of cancer and seeing you looking after and loving your parents so much really made my day and made me smile :-)
    I am gutted i dont have your book to read anymore i wanted it to carry on. I look forward to reading more from you.
    Keep being you..you are doing a great job
    many blessings
    michelle x x x x

  • Andrea - New Zealand on February 17th, 2011 at 7:58 am

    Hi there! Firstly, I love what you do for womens confidence, it’s truly amazing. I have a truly special request. How do you choose the women that you help and are you planning on coming to New Zealand soon? My beautiful sister is turning 40 this year and is so self concious about her shoulder and body she covers herself up. Because she has lived with cancer since the age of 10 she does not see the beautiful person everyone else sees. She always puts others before herself, it’s time for that to change. Please please, if you can help I would eternally grateful. I do realise you get alot of requests like this, but once you meet my sister you will see how truly special she is.

    Thank you

  • sophie souter on February 17th, 2011 at 10:05 am

    Hi Gok, my teacher has been there for me through so much, im leaving soon and I just wanted to say thank you, she loves you and it would be an absolute dream if you could dress her, she doesn’t dress bad but she works at school all day then goes home to work on her farm and see never once complained, she is such a great person and an amazing teacher, so I am writing to you to ask if you could come dress her, thanks Sophie x

  • LInda Bryant on February 17th, 2011 at 10:14 am

    Gok – love watching your programmes – when I’m feeling down I alway’s get a lift by watching your shows – and the encouragement to get on with things and try to improve myself if I can. Love you. x

  • Laura Himpleman on February 17th, 2011 at 12:30 pm

    Hi Gok, so pleased I have found your website! I was lucky enough to meet you at the end of 2010 in Norwich at one of your book signings – I didnt get the chance to talk much (such a long queue of lovely ladies wanting your autograph!!) but i wanted to say how much I enjoyed reading your book and how much I Love watching your shows.
    I too have been a victim in the past and it is so reassuring to know that even the most loviest & who appear so confident on tv, even experience the pain & troubles that come through deppression.
    I wanted to thank you so much, from the bottom of my heart, for always making me smile…. everyone should be lucky enough to have an Aunty Gok – like our own little fairy god mother, I dont think you will ever realise the happiness, smiles & confidence boosting tips you bring to us girls….
    Keep up the good work Gok (but please make sure you take time to rest, look after yourself, get pampered & see your family) lots of luv & hugs, Laura xxxx

  • Jon on February 17th, 2011 at 12:40 pm

    My 11 year old daughter loves your shows and is a genuinely talented maker of clothes etc using her own sewing machine. In fact she is currently making soft toys for children in Eastern Europe to mark her Batmtzvah (Jewish coming of age ceremony) in July. Would it be possible to get a signed personalised photo that we can surprise her with? I would obviously supply her name and our contact details if someone got in touch.

  • Michelle Smith on February 17th, 2011 at 12:44 pm

    Hi Gok,

    Im a big fan and can I just start by thanking you. Your T.V shows have helped me to see what i have been wearing was all wrong for my boby shape.

    I was just wondering if you are going to bring your show to Norwich, Norfolk. I know that the city needs some Gok-ing!


  • Sophie Wilson on February 17th, 2011 at 1:26 pm

    Hey Gok. i love how you make fashion by shopping on the high street and im aspired by how you do it. just a question, i would like my mum to participate on one of your transformations, shes 35 and a bit worse for wears, she always wears jeans and a frumpy t-shirt or jumper. her hair always slapped back, she complains on how way she looks and i would be exstatic if you could turn her back to her feminine usual self. thanks

  • JoJo on February 17th, 2011 at 2:11 pm

    Loved reading your autobiography – truly inspirational!

    Always enjoy watching your shows… question for you though – what about us tall girls that don’t want to wear giant heels to look hot?! I really struggle in that department and am dying to see you do a makeover that doesn’t involve killer heels!


  • Valerie Mckay on February 17th, 2011 at 2:56 pm

    such a huge fan Gok! you have done so much for women everywhere!

    I’m 19 years old and a fashion disaster! I’ve been top heavy from the age of 12 and hide behind long sleeved tops, cardigans and baggy jackets. im a size 14 which i know isn’t terrible but when you walk around college and see size 8 girls walking around in tiny skirts and dresses its hard to see myself as pretty. people say big boobs are the best thing to have but me i’d give them away any day of the week!I never found clothes important until I hit my teens but when people start talking about labels, dresses and strappy shoes they might as well be speaking italian because I just haven’t a clue 😛

    Your shows are great and I hope you continue helping women everywhere!

    You’re an inspiration to us all.

    Ireland xxx

  • Denise Lonsdale on February 17th, 2011 at 5:01 pm

    Love your shows Gok but im one small problem, only 4ft 7, 47 years old and find it very difficult when buying clothes, not sure what shape i am, wish you could help xxx

  • Allison on February 17th, 2011 at 11:53 pm

    Hi Gok, Hope you are well,

    I’m reading your Autobiography its BRILLIANT you’ve made me laugh & cry, also have your Work your wardrobe book too. I now know what body shape i am & going out shopping for an outfit is so much easier and a lot more fun, Thank you for all your help and advice.
    Keep up the good work.
    All the best x

  • Kata on February 18th, 2011 at 12:26 am

    Hi Gok,

    I’m wondering if you could give some advice on becoming a personal stylist. Is there any course you would highly recommend?

    Many thanks,

    P.S.: Love your show :)

  • Jenny on February 18th, 2011 at 11:11 am


  • JJ on February 18th, 2011 at 11:29 am

    Gok you are an inspiration and I have been an avid gokette for a long time, I am going on a blind date soon so I will be watching your shows/sites for outfit tips! :) all my family and friends love you too xxxxxx

  • Lucy West on February 18th, 2011 at 1:59 pm

    HI Gok,

    I have a huge favour to ask really. My best friend in the whole world, who is also my big sister is getting married in June. She has been a single mom for nearly 8 years and has finally found a wonderful man who loves her and her little girl. I myself have 4 kids, but have had the support of my hubby, I look upto her soo much and admire her for coping so well.

    I wanted to ask if there was any way that you could help with the wedding day outfits as there are 2 of us that are bridesmaids and ofcourse my wonderful sister the bride. We have all got children and very busy lives and have all put on quite a bit of weight and in the process lost some of our selfworth and confidence in our bodies.

    I’m not asking for me but for her really, she is an amazing woman and she has waited a long long time for her wedding day and her husband to be. Please could you help us out? I do love her dearly and know this would just blow her mind if you could help us even if it’s just helping choose dresses, we all think you are amazing and have a wonderful natural talent for helping us Brit girls find ourselves in our bodies!

    Love you Gok, Lucy xxxxxx

  • Baerbel on February 18th, 2011 at 2:14 pm

    Dear Auntie Gok,

    How lovely that you’ve got your own website now, rest assured I will be looking in on you regularly now ;o). I’m an “honorary Brit” living in Germany and I have been watching your shows for some time now. I think they’re brilliant. And if you ever decide to do a show in Germany, pleeeeeeeeeease consider me. I think your styling tips are really great but they don’t help me because I don’t know whether I’m an apple, hour-glass or top-heavy. I have asked several friends for their opinions and, guess what, I got several different ones (opinions, that is). In the meantime I will continue to watch your shows to see if I can spot someone built like me: short, tubby with BIG boobs, a sticky-out bum and, unfortunately, a very round belly *sigh*. Next time you see someone like that on one of your travels, will you please drag her in front of the camera and “classify” her…..
    Keep up the good work and don’t ever change :o)
    Baerbel (which is German short for Barbara)

  • Zoe Hughes on February 18th, 2011 at 2:45 pm

    Love the site, please tell us all how we can be Gok’d, I would love to pay for my own session with you, if I can afford you! Zoe xxx

  • Josephine Hutton on February 19th, 2011 at 9:02 am

    Glad to see you on Saturday Kitchen Can’t wait to find out your food heaven and hell.I think you are amazing!

  • Anastatia on February 19th, 2011 at 9:55 am

    Gok, you beautiful, beautiful Creature!
    I LOVE what you do and the way you make such a positive difference to people’s lives, it’s truly inspiring :)
    Please, please, PLEASE come down under: I’m living in Perth W.A and God KNOWS I could could use a visit from my Fairy Gokmother!
    Shopping here seems to be so limited. AND I’m a bit behind… I’ve just realised that I’m not 22 anymore and need a “look”, you know?

    Anyway, big kisses from the other side of the world.
    Keep up the good work, my Darling xo

  • maxine on February 19th, 2011 at 10:14 am

    Just a little note to say i think you are fantastic just love you and what you for the larger lady is amazing xxxxxxxxx

  • laura on February 19th, 2011 at 11:18 am

    hiya gok i think what you do is fantastic and would love your help after 11yrs of suffering with anorexia im finally alot better but havent got a clue what to wear what the fashion is ect im 27 and want to move on in life have the confidence so please aunty gok can you help? big big hugs xxxxxxxxxxxx

  • Karen Clark on February 19th, 2011 at 12:55 pm

    Hi Gok,

    I’m an English lady living in Belgium and run an Internationl Ladies Social group, and we’d love you to come to Belgium and ‘Gok’ us into style

    Here’s hoping

    Karen x

  • casey cockerill on February 19th, 2011 at 2:04 pm

    hey Gok, i could do with abit of advice, i love the 50’s and currently making a marlyin munroe inspired dress and you do the 50’s on your show everyweek, i adore being different and just being myself, but latley my confidence is getting knocked down quite abit…
    i really would love to hear of you, and i made you a pink book, full of fashion ideas drawings and designs, i gave it too you 4/12/2010 at b’ham clothes show i would realy like to know what you thought of it! 😀
    im 13 and have followed your fashion sense’s and advice for around 3years now, and it would mean to world to hear of you!
    im currently doing my GSCE’s for textiles and maknig dresses and my teacher and all my family are soo proud of me as im on Agrade work, which is the same or higher than most 16 year olds, i really love designing and i never want to give up, my confidence gets knocked down quite abit becuase my styles really unique, but i just think to myself ”never give up on your dream” and when i met you at the clothes show, you made me even stronger by telling me im going to be a fashion designer!, and how you stopped the signing for a moment and cuddled and kissed me becuase i was soo happy i just couldnt stop crying!your my inspritain! i love you gok!,xxxxx

  • Suzi Croshaw on February 19th, 2011 at 4:23 pm

    Hi Gok great to see you got your food heaven this morning – I do admire you and all you do to help us fuddy duddy bad dressers.
    But whilst watchng your show last week you put the cardigan on backwards and made a stunning neckline – not quite sure how you held the neck in place which got me thinking of my instant neckline altering vintage dress clips.
    I deal in vinatge dress clips – have hundreds – bling & celloid – large & small – pairs & singles. They are also heavenly on necklines, hats, belts, scarves, epulettes, pockets, hems etc etc – I have a hundreds of uses listed and would love to show you some. The mechanisms on the duettes also are a work of art how they fit into a frame to wear as a normal brooch then come apart from the frame to make 2 clips – soooooo versatile. Please feel free to contavt me OMG would I love that – warm wishes and big hugs even if you don’t contact me Suzi XXXX

  • Diane Bartley on February 19th, 2011 at 7:13 pm

    Hi Gok,
    I just want to thank you for “shouting out” and supporting the normal woman !!! whoever she is ?
    I was going to ask if you still or are thinking of doing a restyle show on TV. we are a group of 8 Practice nurses with various shapes a few of us have recently lost some weight, breast surgery,large breasts , tall and childbirth belly.
    I have not discussed with colleagues but thought i would ask you first before i said anything.
    I love the new show ,
    and thank you again ,


  • sameena jabeen ahmed on February 19th, 2011 at 8:00 pm

    Hi gok, i just want to say i love your shows, but my mum loves them more, i was wondering, would you please be able to send my mum a birthday card, or a signed autograph for her 40th birthday please. You have give her the confidence to dress with more colours and accessories, thanks

  • Jayne Rose on February 19th, 2011 at 10:37 pm

    Hi my mum is 52 and an apple shape, she has been told to look for a wrap dress for her 30th wedding anniversary in march and an evening wedding reception but has looked every where for one and we can’t find one for her. She likes lots of bright colours and patterns, please can you help me to find her a dress so she can look really nice on her special day, thank you, jayne x

  • Sonya on February 20th, 2011 at 3:49 am

    gok, i need you help!! Ive got a wardrobe full of stuff and out of say 50 items(most black) I only wear 10 tops. I can wear any colours in work but end up wearing gray and black!!
    I dont have to come on one of your shows but tips im desperate for. Dony get me wrong -ID LOVE TO GO SHOPPING WITH YOU BUT THATS PROBABLY JUST A DREAM..Im a size 8 ands a 32b’ bust
    Ive lost the ”I dont care what u think I look like” attitude I had 10-15 years ago and now I stick to jeans for casual and drab colours for work!!
    I just want a wardrobe that makes me walk tall.My mates think i COULD WARE ANYTHING BUT MY FASHION SENSE HAS GONE ON HOLIDAY!!!
    You say 20 items in your wardrobe will do you but im finding it hard to get rid of the clothe ive got.
    PLEASE REPLY AND GUIDE ME IN THE RIGHT DIRECTION> I have fashion sense but cant get to those 20 items were everything goes with everything

  • auntie mark on February 20th, 2011 at 11:38 am

    hi Gok!
    not sure why I wrote that as you will never read this as you will have employed people to screen posts for ones that flatter you and believe in what you do.
    In the slim chance that your ego allows yourself to hear other view points I will continue.
    You seem to believe that you have the power to change peoples perception of themselves. really? have you ever thought it might be a good idea to follow up any of the poeple you “help” to see if what you do is anything but the temporary effects of extreme flattery.
    I have just watched one of your tv programmes in which you claimed to have converted another lady to having the body confidence to bare all to extreme strangers. I’m unconvinced that the transformation you continually claim to achieve actually happens at all. The dropping of a dressing gown and the exposure of a few square centimetres of bum cheek is hardly proof. It didnt make me think wow! shes changed. Maybe I’m thinking a bit deeper.
    Do you really think that speaking to someone a few times, telling them theyre gorgeous will work like some magic wand?
    All I think you prove is that personal attension and flattery is immensly powerfull.
    Really not convinced that the improvement in individuals body confidence is actual or has any long term effects.

  • Debs on February 20th, 2011 at 2:44 pm

    At last there is somewhere to find out what you are up to. I think you are the best thing since sliced bread! I am reading your book at the mo and enjoying every bit of it.xxx

  • Clare Meuren on February 21st, 2011 at 11:10 am

    Hi, What is your official Facebook fan page. There are many but would like the official one thanks. Keep up the good work – even get to see you in Germany! When are you coming over? Love your work and style (fashion and otherwise !)

  • Helen Walsh on February 21st, 2011 at 2:34 pm

    Hi Gok, I think you are amazing and so inspiring. I watch all your programmes and I’m loving the new show. I have just read your new book which I just couldn’t put down. It made me laugh and made me cry, I found it very touching and there were elements that I can completely relate too, especially the bullying. I will be celebrating my 40th birthday in May and although I’m not particularly unhappy with my body, I would like an exciting new look. I adore shoes they are my passion and I love bags and accessories.
    I am planning to restyle my hair and get rid of the drab dark boring clothes in my wardrobe. Although I’m slim, only 8 stone, 5 ft 3 and a bit, 32B cup size, non-existant hips, I don’t really have much shape at all. I asked my sister who is very different to me and has my share of bangers, what she thought. She laughed and said I’m ruler shape (the cow ha! ha! love her really). Anyway, I wondered if you could advise what dresses would suit me best, as I would really like to knock em dead on my birthday.
    Keep up the fantastic work as exhausting as it is.

  • Helen on February 21st, 2011 at 6:39 pm

    You are my inspiration! reading your book has made me realised im not alone about feeling inscure about the way i look! YOU are what helps me get through the day when i get picked on for being overweight. THANK YOU!xx

  • Raffaela on February 21st, 2011 at 9:47 pm

    Hi Gok!
    You are an incredible person.
    When I was a teenager I was bullied at school because I was just different. I have never been overweight, but people can find all sorts of things to make you feel rubbish about yourself. I was very lucky to have my family to get me through this and I always wanted to do what you are doing now:
    I have studied TV production and would love to make a change, even if it is just small. If you need an extra team member, you know my email now. By the way, I have also got my own website http://raffaela.info 😉
    Lots of love.

  • debbie frost on February 21st, 2011 at 11:31 pm

    Well Aunty G just wanted to tell you that I think ur amazing love watching ur shows xx keep up the good work bbz xx

  • irina on February 22nd, 2011 at 12:10 am

    you are a great man and I admire what you do for women. I always knew I was beautiful with a big bot-bot and big bloobliez *wink* and when I look at your shows I feel like there are still some people out there who prefer real live women. Hope to meet you someday and maybe convince me to wear something else rather then black 😀 lots of love

  • stacy kerr on February 22nd, 2011 at 1:31 pm

    hey aunty gok i love what you do on tv and always impress me with how to do your catwalk outfits!! i wish i could have you tellling me how to dress so i can look as pretty as i can love you aunty gok mwah 😀

  • Hana on February 22nd, 2011 at 2:24 pm

    Gok i think i’m in love with you ;D xxxx

  • kirsty-lee on February 22nd, 2011 at 4:42 pm

    Hi Gok,
    Firstly i think you are FANTASTIC and are the only person who could possibly ask to help me.. i used to model when i was a little younger but due to an awful relationship i lost all my confidence and battled with making myself sick and starving myself as i was made to feel so worthless.. now i have moved away from this and would really like to model again but need some confidence and would like to dress PERFECT for my shape and size… do you have any tips to help me…?? all my love Kirsty-Lee x x x mwah x x x

  • Michaela on February 22nd, 2011 at 5:42 pm

    Hi Gok,Emergency Emergency, we need your help and advice. My sisters daughter is getting married on 30th April 2011. My sister (mother of the bride) is really struggling to find the perfect outfit. She is size 20 and has very big boobs. We have looked every where for that outfit, to no avail!!

    If she tries on size 20, it doesn’t fit on the boobs, this is really an issue. Bust is 36G, hips 48″.

    Can you please give us any guidance as to where to go and look. She has been out on shopping trips and we have looked on many online stores.

    Any help would be really appreciated. Waiting to hear from you.


  • Amy Barnard on February 22nd, 2011 at 5:43 pm

    Hi Gok was great to meet you yesterday at the reveal shoot.To be choosen to represent normal sized woman out there. I had great feed back from the photographer and the fashion lady, about persuing a plus-size modelling agency, I know you are such a busy man but wondered if you could give me any advice or help on what to do next. love amy xxxx

  • Mark Adkins on February 22nd, 2011 at 7:15 pm

    Hi Gok,

    I am in desperate need of a really nice black suit to where on my wedding day, maybe not a full dinner suit, but something a bit special with peaked lapels, bit of a sheen to it etc. Where is the suit you are wearing in your picture on this website from? It looks absolutely fantastic, and perfect for what I want. Please let me know,


  • Anne Louise on February 22nd, 2011 at 8:07 pm

    Wow great site, thank you so much from a very happy Gokette! xx

    (My friend called her new kitten Gok, he is cute!)

  • Linsey gudgion on February 22nd, 2011 at 8:09 pm

    Hi gok im a full time single mum needing ure gok magic.please help me.love ya.mwah.x

  • Linsey gudgion on February 22nd, 2011 at 8:15 pm

    Hey gok im a single mum of 3 needing ure gok magic.love ya.x

  • Rachel on February 22nd, 2011 at 8:23 pm

    I LOVE YOU GOK!!!!!!!!!!

  • Annabelle hosein on February 22nd, 2011 at 8:57 pm

    Hello gok , i must state I really love the way in which you make such fab transformations from everyday. Staple garments! It’s wonderful and so creative! Love it. Could I ask how I can get a chance to see you live? I’m in london and have always had strong interest in fashion. However recently got suck in what suits me . Recently lost confidence because my mother recently passed away please note i was my mothers carer for over 11 years. Is their any way you can guide me please in my wardrobe to help boost my confidence? I am in my thirties. Kindest regards from annabelle hosein

  • Tanyaaaah X!!! on February 22nd, 2011 at 9:55 pm

    hi gok ive been your fan ever since i remeber knowin what fashion is
    i really want to meet you and come on your show to see you
    im from birmingham but will travel so could you pls send me some information of where your next show will be pleaseeee
    your fantastic i love you and your style….plz style me one dayy
    write backk soonishhh

  • donna beck on February 22nd, 2011 at 10:11 pm

    hey Gok, i know LOADS of people come on here asking for your help,and i know what a busy man you are,so if you could just email me basic tips i would be very grateful.I have been a big girl practically all my life and to be honest was ok with it,everyone always commented that i always dressed really well to suit my shape,age etc(i’m 42 by the way),but unfortunately i have recently been diagnosed with ms and i’m in a wheelchair.I am absolutely not a victim and this isn’t a sob story,I just have no idea how to dress now.I saw the programmes you did with other disabled ladies and it was inspiring but none of the ladies were as curvy or big as me,so any hints or tips would be really really appreciated thank you so much just for your time reading this loads and loads of big fat love donna xxxxx

  • CAROLE CROOK on February 22nd, 2011 at 10:18 pm

    Hi gok i have met you 3 times when you did shows at selfridges i was part of audience. I am in a bit of a dilema My daughter is getting married in may and i have been talked in to designing a dress for myself to wear as Mother of the bride I dont know if you have heard of a shop called Boginni in Solihull Touchwood Centre well i did design one last year and now its being made in China but i think i have gone way over the top as im 55 but a young 55 as i love frills but this is not your normal Mother of the bride outfit I am getting real nervous as i dont want guests to look and laugh as this is so important to me. I can only decribe this as a flaminco dress but not long and i went for ivory .I did see you last month walking up New Street in Brum but you were talking to one of your assistants and didnt like to stop and ask. Would be so grateful if you would email some advice as im waking up every night worrying about this dress . Shows fantastic keep up the good work,watch everyone as i work in retail on of the major stores so get loads of ideas PLEASE ADVISE ME .(if you have time) Thank you Love you loads Carole from Tamworth xx

  • Debbie Peebles on February 22nd, 2011 at 11:24 pm

    Hi Gok, I work in a 1000+ pupil Secondary school in the Scottish Highlands and we desperately need our school uniform to be updated, so that pupils want to wear it. Do you think a remodel would make good programme material? You could make a huge impact on modernising school uniforms – and a visit to the Highlands would be a bonus! :) Thanks x

  • Mags Donovan on February 23rd, 2011 at 9:24 am

    I watched the Gok show (as I always do) and saw him and Brits show casing lace. About two years ago I purchased a very expensive Monique L’Hilleur lace jacket from Browns Brides (sorry should have said it was for my wedding). I love it and it seems such a shame to see it just sitting there and no where to go. I was hoping you could advise me where I could send it to get it ‘professionally’ dyed as it would be a lovely evening piece?

    Thanks you.

  • Joyceeeeeeeee D on February 23rd, 2011 at 11:29 am

    A big hi to Gok the most brilliant man around (except my husband) Just coming to the end of Through Thick & Thin, what a book. ALL Gok fans should read it. It’s witty, funny, compassionate & so full of up’s & down’s you want to find Gok and hug him to bits.
    I’d loved to be Gok’d before I reach 60 (‘m 58 this year)
    Love you & your show: Keep up the fantastic work

  • StephanieJane on February 23rd, 2011 at 6:18 pm

    Gok you desperately need to come to Hull !!! They have no fashion sense, people are still living in the shell suite or joggy bottoms, it truly is a crime.
    Also love your shoe and what you do x

  • Charlotte on February 24th, 2011 at 1:40 am

    hi gok i watch your show every week and its the best but ian a bit confused i still do not know what body shape i am? i hope watching the show more i will find out xx

  • Fiona Dyke on February 24th, 2011 at 1:47 pm

    Heyyah Gok, I am a massive fan of yours, I think you amazing.
    I wanted to ask you 1 thing :) It’s a way off yet, but my 18th birthday is in January (10th) and it would be the most amazing birthday ever if I got to meet you. It would be a dream come true :) If there was anyway it could happen I would love to take it :) Love you xxx

  • Jazz on February 24th, 2011 at 5:43 pm

    ey Gok,

    Basically, my friends and I are really worried about one of our friends. She permanently smells of B.O and has got some serious hygiene issues, she still dresses likes a little kid and she acts generally immature towards everything.

    She’s fifteen this year.. so we’re sort of worried. We’ve all tried approaching her about this, but we’re not really sure how to address it to her; because she acts as if she’s completely unaware that she’s got any problems! So, we’re kind of stuck. So, can you help me? Love, Jazz. :) xxx

  • Sally S on February 24th, 2011 at 10:32 pm

    I am Sarah Lynn, I’m from Nicaragua. probably you do not even know where this country is, but I needed to write to you. I have no words to tell you how excited I see your show every day,how I cried watching you encourage them, raising the esteem of many women. I have felt like them, and although I have gradually been improving, see you every day I am encouraged to love me more! I would love to meet you! but I’m happy to see you every morning. I really admire the work that you are doing for all England, all those photos of farmers, cyclists, athletes, the struggle for all accept ourselves as we are. I’m 40, I am a painter and had never admired anyone in this way. you seem the most honest person, and that I appreciate it. I wish you could meet me and give me some tips.
    with love, SL.

  • andreea on February 25th, 2011 at 12:55 am

    Hi Gok Wan
    I’m Andrea from Romania (Bucharest) and can say I’m a big fan of yours, I appreciate you for what you and often inspire me. And because I had weight problems but now I know more because I appreciate you. Thank you made such a show. (please excuse my English it’s a bit ugly).
    Many kisses for you. :*:*:*

  • Mrs Sandra Warrren on February 25th, 2011 at 2:03 pm

    Hi Gok, I am very proude to be a Gokette, as I watch al your programms and listen to your advice every body says ow much better I look,as i love colour.
    I would like to meet you or just have a reply as I have a fashion Idea PATENTED called Top-Bag which are tops that transform into handbags I have five designes profesionaly made up and photos of a model wearing them they do look great and their are loads of vatiations I have designed I would like to have your help to get them produced marketed or just to have your oppinion on them look forward to hearing from you. Sandra :)

  • Rachel Cawood on February 25th, 2011 at 2:12 pm

    Hi Aunty Gok im having trouble finding cloths that fit properly as i am a size 24/26 on top and a 28/30 on the bottom and could really use your expertise as there is only one shop i can go to and that is evans
    a gokette from leeds xxxxxxxxx

  • gillian on February 25th, 2011 at 3:27 pm

    i need my wedding dress customising lol any ideas where i can get some fab vintage jewelled embelishments from to glam up my frock :) all the ones i see look tacky – need a bit of your magic

  • Janet on February 25th, 2011 at 3:57 pm

    Hi Gok! Love your tv progs and books !

    I was hoping to find some help from you on how few clothes I need to take for 2 weeks in the sun ? xx

  • Sam :) on February 25th, 2011 at 3:58 pm

    Hello Gok,i would just like to say that your are a great insparation in my life. you book is amazing and i just cartn put it down and always find the time read it . i love watching all your shows that bring to the television includeing the programmes that you apare in. Congradulations on your new range of glasses
    P.s I need to be toally Gok-ed by you.

  • Naomi on February 25th, 2011 at 4:07 pm

    Absolutley LOVED the glasses you wore on Loose Women show today! Wish you were a Loose Lady all the time! Ding Dong =) X

  • Emma on February 25th, 2011 at 4:58 pm

    well I went on C4 find your body shape and I got athletic however I have a huge bum and legs , short and stumpy ones and and log back what skirt would suite me if any? xxxxxx

  • soo on February 25th, 2011 at 7:48 pm

    Hi Aunty G
    Thanks for all the hints and tips – clever! You make me smile :-)

  • Sam on February 25th, 2011 at 8:23 pm

    Hi Gok,

    Just to say a BIG thanks for stopping for the photo at celeb juice weds night. You are truely one of the nicest guys i have ever met. You are so kind and polite which is very rare these days.
    Wish you would do a fashion fix type of programme for disabled people as im disabled myself there is alot i have to think about with regards to clothes but mainly shoes! Im really struggling to find shoes that i can wear and that will actually stay on my feet.
    Hoping you will come to Swindon soon :) Its crying out for a visit from you!!!
    Also i work at a local vets and we are trying to raise 10k for the guide dogs for the blind. If you would like to sponser us please visit http://www.justgiving.com/eastcottvets
    Thanks again for your time and kind words xx

  • Sarah Miller on February 25th, 2011 at 11:17 pm

    Hey Gok :) x
    i need some fasion help, Bigstyle :)
    i was wondering if you could help me.. :) im 16 years of age and am currently doing my duke of edingbrough award. i took on a huge challenge that was way to big for me but i want to complete it, its learming a new skill and i took on the challenge of making a dress out of crisp packets!.
    theres one problem i dont know how to sew or make anything by hand or even style myself let alone make a dress, just wondering if you could give me any advice x
    you are my BIGGEST role moddel and id love to be like you or even meet you please help me x
    thanks Sarah Miller :) x

  • Cerys on February 26th, 2011 at 12:58 pm

    Hey fairy gokmother! 😀 pleaseeee come to birmingham and do a book signing or something, normally i’m at school when you come to the bull ring, so come to the fort! 😀 x

  • Stacy on February 26th, 2011 at 2:49 pm

    I have just finished reading your autobiography and I have to say it was fabulous! I laughed (quite alot) and cried (even more!) it was great, totally inspirational! I just loved it! Time to pass it on to Mum who has been hurrying me to finish it so she can get her mits on it!

    Love Stace

  • Dede on February 26th, 2011 at 3:19 pm

    Hi Gok!
    Yes…I like you Gok!!!!!!

    Great work!!!!

    I’m waiting for you in Italy too!!!!! We need you so much!!!!!!!
    Thank’s for yuor council……
    I hope you can understand my bad english….
    See you soon on Sky!!!!!

  • Diana daughtrey on February 26th, 2011 at 4:03 pm

    Hi gok love your show, are you free on the 23rd april to donate your time for a couple of hours as i and the girls are raising money for breast cancer and also aware that men can get brest cancer, thank you looking forward to hearing from you.diane

  • ANDA on February 26th, 2011 at 4:24 pm

    I love, you, I love you, and I do appriciate all your hard work. You make me cry every single time when you are in ‘ How to look goog naked’.
    I’m a 36 yrs old mum, I love my body, and I do not have any concern about how I look.But the way you deal with all those women, it’s just amazing. Right now I’m watching the episode with Antonette( the lovely girl with the breast cancer), and I’m bloody crying!!!!!! I’m a Romanian and so happy to have the opportunity to see you here on Euforia TV.
    God bless you!
    Love and respect to the most amazing aunty

    Anda Dragoi

  • Sarah on February 26th, 2011 at 6:12 pm

    Hey Gok!! :)
    you need to come to London and do some sort of meet and greet or signing
    much love, Sarah x

  • kim bussey on February 26th, 2011 at 7:47 pm

    Hiya Gok, my sister is 4’10 with big boobs but she cannot find clothes that suit her because of her height and body shape. Sometimes i think it does get her down but with a bit of advise from you im sure she will look amazing and feel like a real women again. Can you please help? x

  • Helen on February 26th, 2011 at 8:02 pm

    Hi Gok!

    Just to say I have a ‘Gok Fest’ every week with my friend Steph who comes over to watch the roadshow with me every week! We love how you make every women feel FABULOUS about themselves rather than home in on their bad points (Trinny & Susannah) and I’m now proud of my curves! Thanks for making fashion exciting and enjoyable again! Also my husband has become a ‘secret fan’ of the shows and said that you should do more for the guys too not just women! :-)

    I have one other thing… I bought a red coat and want to know what bag (colour(s) would work best with it?

    Keep doing what you do, but remember to take a break sometimes too! :-)

  • Dannii on February 26th, 2011 at 9:30 pm

    AUNTY GOK! Well may i say this site is Fabulous, I Have got to say i love you, and would love too meet you i think your Gorgeous, I have been watching all your shows i even get up extra early on the weekend to watch you even tho i watched them over and over again, i keep tryin to take your advise but i dont think im getting it right :/ I have just watched you on Celebrity Juice where you were taking hollys place you were amazing, i think you should do it all the time take, but i must say your reaction to the naked man had me laughing for ages..

    P.S I have recived your book (made sure my nan got it me for my birthday), and i have about 40 pages left, may i say it has been truly inspiring, and you are such an insperation even my boy friend is jelous of you 😉

  • jo on February 27th, 2011 at 12:25 am

    just wanted to say thank you for everything you have given so many women out there the confidence we so desperately lacked sooooo thank you on behalf of all the 48yr old saggy boobed stretch marked babes we are who we are REAL :) love you amazing man xxxxxx

  • Jane on February 27th, 2011 at 12:25 am

    Hey Gok, I really need your help here.
    I need you to do something for us 50+ women who feel trapped in a kind of no-mans land.
    I am a regular size 12-14. But had a terrible shock today, looking at myself in a three-way mirror when I was trying on some clothes in a well know retail high street store.
    I am fit and play tennis regularly, but I had a terrible shock, looking at myself and how my body has changed.
    You do a lot for women who are oversize or dont have a clue about clothes. I dont fit that any of those boxes. Usually I have dressed well; classic chique,working in the NHS, but now in my 50s I am lost. I dont want to look too chavvy, nor do I want to look too old, but I just dont know what I should be wearing these days. I am sure I am not alone as the 50s is a very challenging time in our life, especially when you are divorced. I just need some good advice. Perhaps it would even make your next show – looking after us in-betweeenies?! Please help. Im sending out my SOS!

  • Debbie Herbert on February 27th, 2011 at 8:29 am

    Hi there Gok,
    I am a big fan of you and your show all the way from Melbourne Australia…..I would love to know if you plan to come back down under in the future…would love to try and see your show….
    I have learnt a great deal from watching your shows and would LOVE to have the chance you doing your magic on me!!!!!
    Keep up the great work…
    xox Debbie

  • Becky on February 27th, 2011 at 10:23 am

    Hi Gok

    You are the best, I am from Darwin Australia and I love love love all of your shows. You are an inspiration and you make all us women feel great about our body shape, i am a very curvy girl but since watching your show I have realised that we are all beautiful no mater what shape we are. Love you lots keep up the great work xx Beck

    PS. would love to see you in aussie land and an Aunty G make over down under style would be great. <3

  • Sharon Walker on February 27th, 2011 at 11:36 am

    Hi Gok
    Love the website, in fact, love everything you have ever done. I watch your shows, my son has bought me your books – love it.

    I am a 48 divorced woman. I have one grown up son. Over the last 12 months, things haven’t been brilliant. I was off work last year with stress and ended up resigning as I felt so bad. I am struggling with my confidence levels. I am a large woman and have no idea about style. I want to be glamorous as I’ve never considered myself to be glamorous. Please, please can you give me some advice. Everything you have ever done for the women on your show is the most amazing thing I have ever seen.

    I hope you can help me.

    Thank you so much
    Sharon xxxx

  • chelsea on February 27th, 2011 at 12:48 pm

    i really love your show i went to the leeds road show :)i would really love you to make my sister a dress for her school prom :) xxxx love you loads xx

  • Michelle on February 27th, 2011 at 8:29 pm

    Hello!! just to say you were great and hilarious on celebrity juice!!! I love every show you do and are on !!! love you!! michelle

  • Beth Morris on February 27th, 2011 at 10:37 pm

    Hiiya. Aunty G, I love you Honey. You are amazing, you inspire me!! Ive watched nearly every programme of yours and bought nearly all your books so far. You are an absolute sensation. I take in detail to everything you do. I recently went out shopping and helped my friends and myself out with our fashion do’s and dont’s. I am so inspired by how you can make something from the highstreet look like a designers piece of work. I am making my way to Truro in a fortnight with my friend Matt. he asked me for help with fashion, but i would never have been able to help him if it were not for you Gok. I love you darling, your amazing!
    Bethany x x x :)

  • Louisa Brown on February 27th, 2011 at 11:19 pm

    Hi Gok

    I was hoping for a bit of advice. I am currently undergoing chemotherapy for breast cancer and am possibly looking at having both of my breasts removed. After having my son 18 mths ago my bust increased from a 38B to 38DD and soon I wont have any so I was wondering if you can advise me the best things to wear when i have no breasts. It will be such a contrast from being busty to being bustless!

    Any advice would be greatly received. Thanks for your time.


  • Enter your name hereAmi jervis on February 28th, 2011 at 2:13 am

    Aunty Gok, just wanted to drop u a line to say ur my hero! I absolutely love u! Would love to see you and hear that fab voice in real life :) xxx

  • hoda on February 28th, 2011 at 2:35 am

    hi Gok i watch all yur shows have to i love it. the way ur just have the way you just dress every1 even though i watch all your shows i still have problems trying to put things together just like you say. so haw do i fix that? lots lov and hope your getting better

  • Wendy Cuttance on February 28th, 2011 at 3:24 am

    Type your comment here

    Hi Gok, weekend newspaper reports here in Sydney, Australia report that you may be coming to Aus. That would be FANTASTIC! I have 2 daughters (11 and 15 in June) who are now devoted to your programs. You are teaching them that they don’t have to be “perfect” and will be beautiful women even when they don’t grow up to be a Victoria’s Secret model. Thank you!

    If you do come to Sydney, would you please consider sometimes showing women looking good in FLAT shoes??!! I cannot wear heels for medical reasons and find it really hard to wear dresses and skirts and not look short (5’4″), 50 and frumpy!!

    Thank you!

    Wendy xx

  • Jess on February 28th, 2011 at 10:17 am

    Hi Gok,

    Just wanted to post a comment to you to say what a huge inspiration you are to me. I am only 16, but i have always loved your shows, and your books have really moved me. I have always been interested in fashion, but watching and listening to you has really made me feel confident about myself, as i have had very bad acne since the age of 8.
    I really look up to you, particulary hearing about your childhood, and how you have made so many amazing changes to people’s lives and made so many people out there feel good about themselves. I would just like to thank you for giving me a huge confidence boost, and making me feel great about my body, i am such a happy person now i feel better about how i look and what works for me. I truly think your an amazing person, and i look forward to seeing your work in the future. Jess xxx

  • MIRIAM on February 28th, 2011 at 10:50 am

    HELLO GOK why do not you come in Italy,Here there is no one like you
    come and “help us”!!!!!!!!!!!simply fantastic. BYE BYE!!!!!

  • gina comrie on February 28th, 2011 at 1:02 pm

    Hi Gok I have never followed a religion but now i do the Gok Wan god lol I think your totally amazing in what you do and an inspiration to us woman and men think you need to come and Gok my Ex he has the same hairstyle for twenty years just very long and time to change so if your ever deciding to Gok a male hit me up as he would be a perfect candidate and sure you could fulfil the challenge to give him a new look

    Love all you are and all you do xx

  • Emily Scott on February 28th, 2011 at 6:25 pm

    I absolutely love you and your work. You don’t know how much you have inspired me. I have watched your shows for the past few years and they are all absolutely amazing. I read your autobiography and it was so inspirational, it is truly one of the best books i have ever read. I have borrowed it too so many people and they all think the same. You answered my question when tweeting for reveal and it meant alot. I really want to meet you is there anyway I can? :) Ive been to the clothes show for the past two years but you went on different days :( well done on the site :D:D xxxxxxxxxx

  • Enter your name herelisa fellows on February 28th, 2011 at 6:32 pm

    Help please

    my 13 years old son wears splints on both legs,I can only get trainers to fit him as he is getting older he wants to wears smart shoes /trainers like his peers. Any help or advise of website would be great. Thanks

  • Jan on March 1st, 2011 at 9:54 am

    I love your programmes have you ever thought about styling people for wedding my daughter is getting married this year and I thought it would be wonderful until you start having to chose dresses, bride, bridesmaids, mother, father – oh god what a nightmare would be great to have some ideas. xx

  • lizzy1tee on March 1st, 2011 at 11:09 am

    Hi Gok, I think your fab for the talent you have in giving women confidence!!
    How do I get in contact to be on a show you have? I have been work bullied and want to get my confidence back to what it was before they started.
    Be a great way to show they cant get you down forever! like you know, as a child you were bullied, I saw on you say on Sat Kitchen. ~
    Also, celebrity juice was so funny last week, you and Fern and that man, naked!! lol very funny. all the tele coverage you have is well deserved.
    your energy is amazing! Gimme Gimme lol xxx

  • janette willmot on March 1st, 2011 at 4:04 pm

    i wander if you could help me please, im 48 and have had 3 knee replacements in one leg in the last 3yrs. i have lost alot of self confidence in what i can wear because of the big scar its left me with and have ended up with one knee fatter than the other. whats the best cut of trousers for me please because wat fits on one leg is to tight on the other. Many thanks Janette

  • nicole jenkins on March 1st, 2011 at 8:10 pm

    gok ur a legand u have been to my granmas coffe shop in penzance u had a tuna sandwich i have ur designer glasses from specsavers hope u come bak down i really wan to meet you xxx

  • Sammy Hope on March 1st, 2011 at 8:29 pm

    Hey Gok,
    Im 14 now its been almost 2 months now and I’m very self concious about my figure as I am a smidge over wieght. I would love to be a ble to wear not a loose tops but tops that are a bit tighter, the problem is when your 14 you already feel self concious as lots of changes are happening to you.
    If you could help me by just sending an email back or anything it would really help !!
    O and more thing I’m a big fan and would love to meet you one day !! 😀 x

  • amy johnson on March 1st, 2011 at 8:29 pm

    hiya gok, please tell me how to get your next tour dates and how to get tickets!!? thankuuu x

  • Enter your name here kelly on March 1st, 2011 at 8:47 pm

    hi gok if this is ur real site could u help me out…my partner has entered us to win a dream wedding with a local radio station..its worth thousands and is so amazing,however what he didnt tell me until this week is that we have to perform the ceromony completely naked!! in order to win the rest of the wedding day and honeymoon. at a size 16 i need some help feeling confident,this is a life changing prize for us we have been together 11 years …and have made it to the final of this comp,there is just me and lee and one other couple to beat.voting lines were open to the public this week and i find out friday if we win and if ive got to go down the ailse naked.please hear my cries and help me lol…thanks for your time

  • Charlotte on March 1st, 2011 at 8:49 pm

    Hi…I love your shows and think you are great! However…I find that your sense of high street is too expensive for my student budget and wondered if there could be chance of more primark, new look, matalan, etc being used in your show so I can get the look on my student budget?! Regards a fan xx

  • kelly on March 1st, 2011 at 8:52 pm

    hi gok
    if this is ur real site could u help me out…my partner has entered us to win a dream wedding with a local radio station..its worth thousands and is so amazing,however what he didnt tell me until this week is that we have to perform the ceromony completely naked!! in order to win the rest of the wedding day and honeymoon. at a size 16 i need some help feeling confident,this is a life changing prize for us we have been together 11 years …and have made it to the final of this comp,there is just me and lee and one other couple to beat.voting lines were open to the public this week and i find out friday if we win and if ive got to go down the ailse naked.please hear my cries and help me lol…thanks for your time
    ps im short of time as its all the arrangements etc this week for the couple that win so cud u pleas help if you two seconds in ur busy world

  • GokFan1! on March 1st, 2011 at 8:53 pm

    Gok you are a huge inspiration to women and girls everywhere. I need to rack your brains as I am attending ladies day in april and was wondering whether you had any tips on where to shop for a dress? thanks!! Oh and btw you should win everytime against Brix! xx

  • Bernadette Grundy on March 1st, 2011 at 9:07 pm

    Dear Gok
    After following and admiring you on your fabulous tv appearances for years we are in need of your expertise advice. My future daughter law is getting married this year on new years eve. She is 5ft 1″ and a petite size 8. I have been everywhere with her trying wedding dresses on but she cant get one try on as she is so small. She loves the vintage style dresses. Could you please help us, or even design one for us! With her being so petite do you think she would look good in a mermaid style beaded wedding dress? Please help Gok, she is a beautiful looking girl and can only sparkle with your advice on her wedding day. We love you and think you are amazing. Lots of love Robyn Leighxxxx

  • jasper smelik on March 1st, 2011 at 9:42 pm

    Hello! Aunty Gok, I have watched loads of your programs and ive always wanted to meet you because i never have. I have always dreamed of going round a shop getting clothes to style on me. please email me back.

    from jasper, York x

  • Ben Avery on March 2nd, 2011 at 12:51 am

    Hey Gok!! May I say you are the biggest inspirational role model in my life than any one else!! I am starting of thinking about designing clothing and fashion as a career and would really like to talk to you about how I could get a good start going into the business and how you started off pursuing your dream.

    would love to really speak to you as there is no-one as inspirational to me as you!! Thanks sooo much!!

    Ben x x x

  • Melys ,Leveret and Amy on March 2nd, 2011 at 1:29 pm

    hello Gok,

    We are doing a campagin in cizteinship about air brushing and we would like if you would like to come in and give us a talk about this. it would be really helpful. Thank you

    Love Melys, Amy and Leveret

  • Amy Barnard(I am the colchester mum from this weeks gok reveal shoot) on March 2nd, 2011 at 7:33 pm

    Hi fabulous Gok! Have read about your fab new clothes range out at sainsburys in the autumn, and know how you love to represent real women.
    Hope you saw the finished pictures of our shoot in reveal!!.Have been told to persue modelling futher. Would you please please consider me to model for your new clothes range, i would be so honoured.xxxxxx

  • Carla Pia on March 2nd, 2011 at 7:48 pm

    Hey Gok!
    wow i cant believe i’m actually writing u a message. I am organizing a fashion show for cancer research on the 1st of june in edinburgh and if you could be there to give me any tips and just generally being in your presence would be amazing, and im sure it would encourage a lot of people to come and raise as much money as possible, as this is something very close to home and it would mean a lot to me.
    Your work is truly inspiring.

  • Annina on March 3rd, 2011 at 8:06 am

    Hello and greetings from Finland!
    Could you pay a visit to our beautiful country, please! We need you and I would be the most awful model you ever had :) But with your talent, I know I would soon look fabulous!

  • Federica on March 3rd, 2011 at 5:07 pm

    Hi Gok, I know my comment is one of the 1.000 you receive every day, but I wanted you to know what I feel. I’m from Italy and I began to watch your TV program only a few weeks ago. Since the firs time, I noticed the way you make people feel better with themselves, and I admit, very often I see myself in all those women who hate their bodies for a reason or another. I think you are great, and I love what you do for all of us. I wish for you all the good things in the world.

  • Cassandra Liebeknecht on March 4th, 2011 at 12:16 am

    Gok, you are an absolute inspiration to me. I have just seen that you are coming to my home town in Australia. Westfield Marion Adelaide on the 6th April. I watch your shows, have read your books and take all your information and then put it into practice in my store that I opened last year. Having a fashion store that has a range of Vintage, new and secondhand clothes means that when a delicious woman comes in I can really find out who she is and what is going to suit not only her body but her personality. Without your show I wouldn’t have had such inspiration to put a few outfits together and help women over come their issues with their bodies. If you have time in your hectic schedule I would love to meet you, you are the BEST stylist, you know everything from colour, shape, style, a true inspiration. I will make you a great coffee instore. Cassandra, Liebe Fashion Gallery 567 Anzac Hwy Glenelg North SA 5045

  • Wendy on March 4th, 2011 at 12:04 pm

    Hello Gok, have been following a lot of your goings on lately :-), you really are an inspiration, am trying to get a look thats right for me to help mind and body, my lovely hubby says I look good in everything to him (bless him), but im not quite happy with what I should look like at 39, but after watching your latest roadshow program I know it will happen eventually,we all have a look to suit. I recently saw your comments on loose women about getting the foundation right,my hubby has bought me some beautiful underwear(after a proper fitting), and You are soooooo right, my clothes over the top feel so much better. Thank you, while i am incapacitated i cant think of anyone better to watch to perk me up xx

  • Kenco on March 4th, 2011 at 12:21 pm

    Gok mania is just amazing to me..i am 36 year old mother of 3..but it seems as though (don’t mean to be rude) but enough Black girls like moi being made over,..my 18 year old daughter keeps telling i have no style i am boring and i need a sassy new hair style..i have lost touch with the social & the fashion world (very rough few years with my ex) Pleeeeeeeease please please please help me, before i become part of my furniture PERMINATELY..
    Love huggs n kisses 2u Gok-Angel,
    Wall flower…Kenco.xxxxx

  • Annie Kane on March 4th, 2011 at 1:25 pm

    HI Gok,
    Just met you in Dublin I had the skinny white jeans and black and white leopard skin boots!! You have made my day you are my fashion Hero :)

  • Laurence Jackson School ( R.E) on March 4th, 2011 at 2:38 pm

    Dear Gok Wan.
    We are writing to you to inform you that we have been inspired by your amazing show and as part as our GCSE RE we are taking one of your brilliant ideas and are doing our own version of your catwalk, but instead of high street vs designer, we are doing charity vs high street. We know that it is very unlikley that you will be able to come to us but any hints or tips on how to run this would be very much appreciated. We are all secondary students and we aim to get other secondary studets to use charity shops and to raise awareness that you can still look fashionable without spending too much money. We hope to hear from you.

    Yours sincerly

    Laurence Jackson School
    Year 10 RE Students ;
    Kelly Mitchell,
    Josie Findley,
    Shonna Watts,
    Josh Collins,
    Sophie Benstead,
    Chris Jackson,
    Poppy Maley,
    Tom Parkin,
    Miss Hindle and Miss Collins

  • Victoria Pearce on March 4th, 2011 at 2:39 pm

    Hiyaa Gokk!! Whenn are you doing a book signing in Manchester Arndale? I really waan to meet youu, I Love Youuuu!! <3333 XX

  • josie on March 4th, 2011 at 4:19 pm

    you are my biggest inspiraiton. what you do is AMAZING. you are my idol. i cant wait for your new series. teens:the naked truth. i want to apply but im too scared. ive read all your books and your biography is so moving. Just wanted to say that i lvoe you. and im officially your biggest fan at 14 years old

  • Simon Holmwood on March 4th, 2011 at 5:44 pm

    Hi Gok i work for Specsavers in Chatham, Medway, Kent one of my Colleagues is a really big fan of yours she loves the glasses range that you have brought to specsavers. i was wondering if you can send me a signed photo of you so we can give it to her as it is her 60th birthday coming up.

    if you could please get back to me on my email address

    many thanks

  • lauren on March 5th, 2011 at 9:46 am

    thank you for letting my dad to take a photo of you at heathrow last night. he said you was very patient and im your number 1 fan.xxxx

  • Molly Acton on March 5th, 2011 at 4:21 pm

    oh my gosh !
    your totally uber amazing it’s unreal :)
    is there anyway u could add a fan place where we can send you totally amazing things ?!?
    like gifts and shizzle like that ! it would be amazing (:
    i send my hobo loves x
    mollz age 13 ! XD

  • jools on March 5th, 2011 at 8:33 pm

    Dear Auntie Gok, A massive thankyou for all your amazine hard work, it clearly show just how much you love what you do and your web page is brillient. I sit their every program you do with my mouth open in total amazement how you work your maqic with clothes and the way you help so many people, and oh my god the transformation, its brillient, keep up the good work, love yaxxxxxxxxxxxxx jools

  • Tara Levy on March 5th, 2011 at 10:03 pm

    Hey Gok,
    I love your shows, and i am bursting with pride over a top ive just customized! altogether it cost me £1.50, and your roadshow showed me how to do it. Thank you sooooooooo much!

  • Shelley M on March 5th, 2011 at 10:33 pm

    My dear Fairy Godfather,
    I have been a fan of you ever since the Netherlands started showing “How to Look Good Naked.” Bless you for your care and concern for us older gals who have been thrown out of society because we are no longer useful as child bearers or mysogeny in general. However, I have a special question to ask.
    I am an American currently living in the Netherlands and wanting to start a business here. I am 63 years young, primarily a classical musician and a lesbian. I mention the latter because I will absolutely not wear dresses (for reasons I can explain later)or shoes I can walk all day in, i.e. no high heels also because I’m diabetic and cannot risk hurting my feet. What I would like to know is if you have any plans to come to Amsterdam or otherwise give private consultations if I came to the UK to help me with my professional appearance? As we Americans say, I think you’re the bomb and would really appreciate your help.
    Take care and thanks again for your wonderful attitude and show.
    The three Dutch kisses,
    PS I would appreciate if you do not post this but hopefully have time to give me a short answer via my email address.

  • Moseley Shoals on March 5th, 2011 at 11:13 pm

    Love you Gok and am a BIG fan,got a challenge for you. Can you dress a muslim woman nice and trendy and cool because we’ve gotta cover up and you’re all about exposing. I’m throwing down and gauntlet, you up for it??
    x x x x

  • Sandra on March 6th, 2011 at 9:59 am

    Hi Gok i have just signed up for your newsletter i can’t wait.
    my two beautifull daughters and i
    really need some help at the moment
    love ya tons xxxxxxxx

  • Wendy Faulkner on March 6th, 2011 at 12:09 pm

    Hello Gok, Love what you do and seeing normal people with issues is so refreshing as it helps with my own hang up. Television and magazines is distroying us women where we all should look like glamour models even young girls. Keep the good work up. Would love to visit a studio and have a naked photo shoot and I would also love you as a personal shopper. Is this possible?

  • Annalise on March 6th, 2011 at 5:18 pm

    Heyaa Gok :) I just want to say that you are a really big inspiration to me; I love the way you help people to work with their body shape, and be happy with their body, instead of encouraging surgery.

    It’s my dream to go to London College of Fashion when I am 18, although I still can’t decide between fashion styling, fashion journalism or fashion design – perhaps I could succeed in all 3 haha. I do hope that oneday, if I succed, that I can be almost as successful as you. You are so lucky to have become so successful, people always tell me how hard it is to break into the fashion world and become noticed, but I am determined to live my dream.

    It would be a dream come true if I were ever to meet you :) Maybe we will bump into eachother in london when I go 😉 haha!

    Love you Gok ♥

  • Lisa on March 6th, 2011 at 8:07 pm

    Hi Gok, not sure where i’ve been for the last few months but i’ve only just found your website!! Just wanted to say that i think all your programmes are fab and love the Work Your Wardrobe book too!! After having my first child in June 2009 i was feeling pretty crap about my figure but in all honesty, you’ve helped me see past my wobbly bits and dress for my shape – still not sure what shape i am but never mind. Just wanted to say thanks and much love to you xxx

  • markieM on March 6th, 2011 at 9:56 pm

    Gok u just rock fiercechild xoxoxo

  • Samii-jo on March 6th, 2011 at 10:34 pm

    Gokkkkk! i absolutly love you, your my inspiration…in not only fashion but how you act and how confident you are! i love watching your programme, it makes me want to be creative but most of the time it doesent work. haha much love for you!!!

  • Fanny Rediastuti on March 6th, 2011 at 11:15 pm

    I love all of your show, you’re such a inspiring person, I’m quite shocked seen your programme, felt like connected, I have one video showreel I really want to send it to you, but i dont know to which address, i thought you only work for endemoluk, but you also work for dragon fly, i’m confused where to sent this video works, I want to show it to you to sparkling the most fabulous Aunty G, I’m so to die for could work with you, you are my motivation and inspiration to catch my dreams since I’m in UK, I’m Indonesian anyway, and I love SJP a lot..gosh..one more thing dear Gok, my room mate in Jakarta use to say to me I’ve been doing viv westwood a lot, I love to cut and restyle my rock t-shirt when I’m still managing a rock n roll band in my country, what more can i say, I just Love you loads…Gok.. :*

  • Steven McAuley on March 7th, 2011 at 2:40 am

    Hi Gok I was wondering how I would go about getting my wife on your show how to look good naked. As I have tried so hard to help her feel better about her self image with out any success & I think she could really do with your help. As I have found her in tears over the way she thinks see looks. Her medical problem doesn’t help much ether as it makes it hard for her to keep her weight down but she is still fairly thin. Please could you help.
    P.S she would most likely kill me if she knew I was contacting you. so if we can keep it on the D-low for now.
    many thanks,

  • Enter your name here Sirpa from Finland on March 7th, 2011 at 5:03 pm

    Love you ! you are welcome to Finland, We really need GOK…

  • annemarie whiteside on March 7th, 2011 at 7:04 pm

    hey aunty gok, im sure your a very busy man and dont get too much time to read all the great comments to you, however i would just like to thank you really for opening my eyes to endless fashion possibilities and renewing my confidence in myself, im 22 a single mum of two and have been through a rough few years but youve always been there on my tv and in the mags drenching us all with love and making us feel good about ourselves, i recently had a first night out in a very long time with the girl, facing the dilemma of what us girls dread “what to wear” and thanks to you i slipped into my new shapewear donned a dress (which i havent done in nearly 5 years) and headed out with confidence :) i had an great night and felt comfortable and sexy with my body! I love your bath range too, its relaxing and makes me feel a million dollars, my fave is my trusty lip balm that i keep on me at all times , ive just finsihed reading a biography about you and you truly are an inspiration and i aspire to have your skill and determination one day, youve given me a new hobby too, dress making well altering really turning old clothes into peices i can wear instead of throwing them away. keep up the good work cause your brilliant at it aunty gok, thank you again for making me realise that just cause im a single mum i dont have to stop taking pride in what i look like ( afterall mr wonderful isnt going to be impressed with a run down mess in a tracksuit :)) and hope to see more and more of you.
    it would be great to see you in swindon!! and finally i guess i love you as i owe you so much for opening my eyes,
    thanks aunty gok
    inspiration, style icon, worldwide friend
    all my love and best wishes for your future,

  • Jodie Fletcher on March 8th, 2011 at 1:25 am

    Hi Gok!! *waves*
    Can you please help a skinny gal out? I am really really skinny only 45 kgs and 165cm tall, I have had 3 kids, and my hips have gone from a size 6 to 9 NZ size. My thighs dont touch, and i think that makes me look kinda funny which is fine, i just need a couple of hints on how to look not so “annorexic” as other people would say. I understand you are really busy and probly have a million people asking for personal advice, but i really do need your help! even just a blog for me and the skinny minnies of the world..I would greatly appreciate it. Keep up the fantastic work! not only are you making people look great, you make their spirits shine through too, and that is just priceless.
    Kindest Regards
    Jodie from New Zealand =D xx

  • Mandy on March 8th, 2011 at 4:35 pm

    Where can I get Gok’s bras in 46J/K??

  • Linda Chapman on March 8th, 2011 at 9:06 pm

    Love the program



  • Kym on March 8th, 2011 at 9:34 pm

    Hi Gok I was just wandering how to become more feminine and make the most of my figure. I am a size 6-8 waist 5ft 7″ and 34C bust. All I seem to wear is jeans and vest tops or jumpers and want to become a more feminine wife for my fiance as well as for myself. I would like to wear more skirts and dresses but have no idea what style suits me as I am petite frame. Please help. Thank You, Kym x

  • Marianne on March 8th, 2011 at 9:49 pm

    Hi AuntiE Wan! I love your shows but as an apple, I feel neglected! Please pay apples some major attention say a whole show . . ..Just thinking

  • wendy dix on March 8th, 2011 at 11:20 pm

    Help desperate 50 something lady – had four major surgeries in last 18 months, over weight, short, low self esteem, no confidence and have to find something to wear to my sons wedding in Georgia, Atlanta in June – sooooooo hot? What can I do?

    Love you, love your show, would love you to help!!

  • Pam on March 8th, 2011 at 11:28 pm

    Gok – you are truly wonderful !
    Thankyou for the card and photo you sent to my daughter who is off to Afghanistan !
    love you lots !!

  • elaine on March 9th, 2011 at 12:04 am

    Need help from the best and only Gok will do. What can you recommend i do with my sister (46) she is planning on not going to her neices wedding as she has big saggy boobs a fat belly and nobbly knees, her words not mine, and there is a restriction on not wearing any black at all due to a nightmare of the bride to be.what can I do. She is a size 10 and just lost her way. Help dear Gok we think you are amazing xx

  • Sarah on March 9th, 2011 at 10:57 am

    Hi Aunty G only just found this site, Hoping you are very successful this year you really inspire the world with your shows wish I had the confidence you give to all your gokettes it would be wonderful to feel the way they do on your shows you really are an inspiration I just need to find my inner me. Watch your shows whenever I can and try some of your suggestions but I guess I am just not as confident as I could be or would like to be. Hope you are well take care aunty Gok x

  • Enter your name here Lesley Somers on March 9th, 2011 at 4:45 pm

    Type your comment here

    Hi I work for a local North East charity http://www.gracehouse.co.uk and we are raising funds to build a children’s hospice here in the North East. We are holding a big fashion show at Rainton Meadows arena on May 22nd and wondered if you could help us. We are looking for lingerie to be modeled, new designs and also holding a celebrity auction. This hospice is much needed and we would be delighted if you could help. Thanks xx

  • niamh on March 9th, 2011 at 5:55 pm

    gok will you ever come 2 ireland.we need you

  • Enter your name here Michelle on March 9th, 2011 at 11:26 pm

    Hi Aunty G

    Luv luv luv the shows watch all and the reruns. any chance we’l see you in ireland would love your help


  • Jan on March 10th, 2011 at 9:43 am

    Love your shows and your book could not put it down have you thought about doing show on weddings, my daughter is getting married this year and the idea of getting clothes for us all seems anightmare OMG Yours ideas would be an inspiration to many families out there about to do the same thing.

  • ANN MCKENNA on March 11th, 2011 at 2:13 pm

    Type your comment here, I am looking for advice I have never written to anyone famous before but I am desperate. My only child Danielle is getting married in June 2011 and I am struggling to get an outfit. I am 45 years old top heavy size 14 and size 10 below 5″ 3′, I have great legs and great breats although unfortunately I am heavly scarred as I had open heart surgey as a child and would be very conscious of this. I have already bought several dresses both from phase eight but neither has that second glance factor. Please could you give me suggestions on what to wear as I don’t want to let Danielle down as she has looked after most of her life and want everything to be perfect for her. With deep regard Ann xxx

  • Kelly Neuman on March 11th, 2011 at 3:12 pm

    Love your site, I totally need to be styled by you Gok, I am moving to San Antonio, Texas at the end of this month and you should come style me up.

  • Gill W on March 11th, 2011 at 7:08 pm

    Hi Gok, Just wanted to say thank you for the great tips and guidance you share so freely in all of your TV shows and also in your books. Over the last 18 months I have lost 5 stones and I have followed your advice to help me adapt to my changing shape. I get loads of compliments now. Although I am 58, everyone says I look 40-something, which is a fabulous feeling – and it’s all down to you! I also think it is great that you do so much to promote a positive body image with young people – very important. I wish I could have met you when you were in my city recently, but maybe, someday – who knows!

  • Lyn Gaskell on March 12th, 2011 at 11:30 am

    Gok, I absolutely love your show. I wish you did a LOT more!! Unfortunately I am working when you show goes out so have to record it. But twice now the record has stopped before the result of the fashion off with Brix is announced. I still don’t know who won this week but I thought all 4 of your outfits won by a mile this week. Who did win??

  • Kats on March 12th, 2011 at 11:02 pm

    Helloooo Gok,

    I just realised you are coming to westfield Australia!!! I work there so I hope to see you live.

    Bloody awesome as I was living in the UK for 4 years and I loved your show

  • fiona on March 13th, 2011 at 11:06 am

    hi Gok, have been watching reruns of how to look good naked, reduced me to tears many time, how i wish you were still doing the show, would be beating the door down to be on it. the past ten years of my life have been beyond awful, and now i’m finally getting back to being me, but i have no idea about looking good anymore, confidence beaten out of me, literally. your shows are helping, thank you.

  • Abbie on March 13th, 2011 at 11:50 am

    Lovely Lovely Gok! I can’t belive its taken me this long to come arcoss your site!
    I would love to meet you, i’m having real issues with my wardrobe!
    Just some cheeky tips would be great…!
    Abbie xxx

  • Chelsea Roberts on March 13th, 2011 at 3:37 pm

    OMG Gok I Love Youu,
    i love your fan page, I think you are fantastic and love watchig all your shows you are one top bloke I love the way you make women feel special and look amazing on your shows I think everyone should have a Gok Wan in there lives
    Love You Gok !!! <3 x

  • Sarah McKean on March 13th, 2011 at 7:38 pm

    Hey Gok Just finished reading your book “Through The Thick & Thin” and must say what an emotional roller coaster of a read. You are are true inspiration and have highlighted how all can achieve they’re dreams and not give up when the going gets tough. Thank you for not giving up and showing the world anything is possible if you believe in yourself. big hug x

  • Michelle on March 14th, 2011 at 7:40 am

    I have just heard that you are coming Down Under and will be in my hometown of Newcastle as well.
    My daughters and I love, love, love watching you help ladies find their ‘inner goddess’ and gain confidence through your style advice and positive uplifting words.
    Nothing could keep us away from your Style Session so we’ll see you there… we’ll be the one’s screaming and crying with excitement and awe…haha.
    Michelle & girls Xxx

  • lamia on March 14th, 2011 at 11:54 am

    allop how r u. when i was in london i saw your work and i know what you can do. i need help. i live in pakistan and i have been ask by pakistan biggest women welfare organisation to help them but i need help they want me to change the eastern wear to western wear. i can do it but i need you to help me. you are the fashion guru. who else but you to ask. so here i am mailing you. hope to hear from you soon.


  • joanne on March 14th, 2011 at 1:02 pm

    I know people will see this but I’m desperate to speak with you. I was bolemic from the age of 9, im 24 now have a little boy. I had a horrible time with his dad and had a nervous breakdown at 20, i spent a few weeks in hospital after a number of failed attempts of killing myself. i take 80mg of prosac a day and i am now drinking alot, i work and im studing for my degree in optics and dispensing, i cant go under anymore because i wont get up. i just want some advice please xxxxx

  • kayz on March 14th, 2011 at 2:52 pm

    hay gok to start i mega love u and ur show AMAZING i need ur help i had a baby 9 months ago and i hate my body and cant find clothes that fit me and look right on me. i hate my body :(. i have small boobs a big tummy big hips and chuncky legs. i really dont know wat my body shape is ???????
    please help me gok all the best xxxxxxxx
    luv kayz

  • Mike Fletcher on March 14th, 2011 at 5:59 pm

    Hey Gok, really hope you get this! I need your help and I know you’re the one person who can really make a difference. My girlfriend is absolutely in love with all the amazing things you do to help change people’s lives. Just the sight of a picture of your fills her up with joy.
    The underlying issue is though, is that she is really down and has lost a lot of self confidence in herself, she hides behinds layers of clothes and is picking up bad eating habits which is making her feel worse. I love her and care about her deeply but I’ve exhausted all options. You’re the last and hopefully the best option for her. I don’t have much money to offer you but if you could do anything just to make her feel good about herself I would be so thankful. And I know she would never forget it.
    Please, if there is anything you can do, contact me. I look forward to hearing from you.
    Mike, Norwich

  • laura on March 14th, 2011 at 6:46 pm

    hey there x i really love watching your shows and you are a huge inspiration x i watch all your shows and just think that you would be my ideal best friend and am soooooooooo jelous to see you helping others out think i could do with some help!!!!!! i think you are just amazing the way you are so caring towards a female and just know all the right things to say!!!

  • Leigh harney on March 14th, 2011 at 7:23 pm

    gok i love you so much !!! just brought your aultobiography ‘through thick and thin’ cant put it down lol !! gok i love you and i want to meet you loveee youuu !!! gok xxxxx leigh xx

  • Manuela Lewis on March 14th, 2011 at 9:14 pm

    Hi Gok
    Firstly I must tell you that I absolute love your shows and think you are brilliant for us ladies.
    Secondly I am actually on a mission. We (girlie friends and myself) have a male friend who just can not dress himself in any decent fashion. Clothe are constantly too small and just the wrong shape for him. We are at our wits end. Please please please help. We are all golfers at the Salisbury & South Wilts Golf course in Salisbury, Wiltshire.
    Our friend is going to be the next club captain and we need to help him look the part.
    I hope you can and are willing to help us.
    Ela, Linda, Claire and Avril xxx

  • Marina on March 14th, 2011 at 10:18 pm

    gok = hello) is an Italian girl (Sicily) will always follow when I can, my boyfriend has the decoder sky and you always look where I program your own channel and broadcast nude beautiful =) I love watching six great these days thanks to you I realized that they are beautiful =) are the lucky people who can meet you, because you know him so much =) still a kiss from Gok, marina=* =*

  • Claire Freer on March 15th, 2011 at 2:18 pm

    Hey Gok,
    I’ve got a dilemma which most people won’t see as a dilemma but to me it is. I’ve been ill recently and have lost so much weight and now am just skin and bone. Trying to get clothes to fit me has been a bit of a problem and I seem to look like a little girl in anything I wear. I was in a size 12 but now even size 8 clothes just hang off me. Some shops I am a size 6 but I refuse to go any lower than that.

    I wonder if you could give me some advice firstly on where to shop and secondly what type of clothes to buy for my 7stone frame that won’t make me look like I’m wearing a sack. I’m 36 years old and used to have a fab figure but since I’ve lost all the weight, I don’t seem to have a clue what to buy or wear!

    Yours in anticipation


  • Margaret Browne on March 15th, 2011 at 3:53 pm

    HI Gok,,
    love watching you on tv,my mum,daughter and myself are going to a wedding on the 4th July this year and could do with your help as we have totally run out of ideas and have checked lots of sites for something to wear.we are in Northern Ireland but would love it if u could help us find something xxxxx

  • clare on March 15th, 2011 at 5:36 pm

    Hello Gok!

    What’s your email address?

  • Holly Thackeray on March 15th, 2011 at 6:49 pm

    hey! i bloody love you Gok! aha 😀 you’re every woman’s best friend when it comes to how they look and feel. every time i feel crap i get on the laptop and watch some how to look good naked and it always makes me feel so much better :3 you’re a true inspiration darl :) love Holly xoxo

  • Claire Hirst on March 15th, 2011 at 8:35 pm

    Gok…. where to start. I think I first saw how to look good naked by mistake. I’m not really a TV or fashion person (having two kids kind of leaves you too exhausted to do anything but sleep once they’ve gone to bed) but as soon as I saw the program I was hooked. I like to look nice and used to feel sexy and that I could attract any man, but you know the story, babies=weight=body conscious. Your program made me feel so much better about myself and made me care about how I looked. I’m one of those people who doesn’t care what people think. “If you don’t like how I look then I don’t care who you are” was always my motto – on the outside! As you have said, everyone likes to feel attractive. I don’t have money to spend on fashion and cringe at paying more than £20 for a top, but it’s amazing what someone’s current wardrobe, some confidence and a bit of hair and make up can do. I just wanted to say thank you for bringing me back to myself. I’ve read the book and I got so angry in places, (I was the defender at school and hated bullying) but you touched me. I’ve never been one to follow a famous person, never had a boy band crush or followed a style etc, I am who I am, but I love your style (I’ve just got some of your glasses from SS and everyone’s commented on how great they look). Thank you for being you! xxx

  • katy howard on March 15th, 2011 at 8:44 pm

    hey gok, i really think it would be so good for you too do some work on teenagers! :) lots of school girls are insecure on how they look and feel about themselves and i think youd be the perfect person to help!! ly xx

  • chrissy on March 15th, 2011 at 8:58 pm

    Gok , youre fantastic.But I bet youre sick of hearing that !!! not. I know you do fashion on a budget but my budget at the mo senms to be primark. Im 40 next year and a mum of 3 . My daughters take all my spare cash on their clothes . I spend about 10 a month on me . aaaaagh .
    wot does a girl do when all she has is dropping to bits ? and nearly 40 what do I wear , ? im 5ft 7 and a 14-16 .not skinning after 3 kids as you can imagine , in need of very very structured fat pants any ideas

  • Kiera Still on March 15th, 2011 at 9:05 pm

    Can you PLEASE come to Aberdeen!!!!! I love you Gok xoxo

    Kiera age 13

  • G 47 on March 15th, 2011 at 9:08 pm

    Hi gok wandering if you could make a mini gok programme or mag as we mini gokettes need some help!!

  • Sarah on March 15th, 2011 at 9:28 pm

    Hi Gok
    love all your shows. Love the Fashion roadshows too but they have all been down south! What about Edinburgh, Glasgow, Dundee etc. Would love to see you in Scotland.
    Sarah x

  • Melissa Gillott on March 15th, 2011 at 10:59 pm

    Type your comment here Hey Gok, I would just like to thank you you have given me inspiration and courage to change the way i’am. My fashion sense is basic but i have decided to take the plunge and discover me through fashion as i have neglected myself for a long time and i would just like to thank you for that cause now im sort of happy on my inside is time to make myself happy on the outside toooo . Thank you Love Melissa xx

  • Jane C on March 16th, 2011 at 12:07 am

    Hey Gok and All! Glad to see your very own website up and running…Wished there was a ‘contact me’ section!…. I’m v. impressed, as are your many fans, with the work u have done in an attempt to smash the body image hangups that so many people struggle with…Both male and female …Although historically women have fallen more prey to this: the apparent values of society leave the present and future generations at increasing risk of more trouble in store for both sexes.
    Knowing the little I know of you, you must be very proud in the dent you have started to make in body image issues for so many people.
    I have led a very different life to yourself but ultimately was forced into a position of physician-heal-thyself by my own circumstances. Finding no help available to me as a child trying to show subtle signs of distress to blatently spelling out my difficulties as a teenager….I ended up with the sense that it must all be my fault and no-one knew what to do with the difficulties I was struggling with. Namely feeling unloved with a subsequent low self-esteem , coupled with body image issues from around age 8 followed by depression which I can identify from around age 10 and eating disorder symptoms starting from aged 12 but of ‘clinical significance’ from age 15/16.
    The end result is that at age 44 I am only just now able to really begin to throw aside the inhibitions my body image issues have imposed on me and do some things I ‘want’ to do rather than things I have felt I have had to do. I am delighted to be in this position.
    However I am deeply aggrieved also that so many years of my life have essentially been wasted.
    I have trained in medicine and work as a psychiatrist with a special interest in eating disorders,( having worked solely in that field for several years).
    It is extremely disappointing for me to have to say that whilst provision for problems of this type are all too slowly improving for your average girl/boy or wo/man on the street….The resources available to assist people deeply troubled by such afflictions are extremely poor, inadequate and deficient in reality.
    It should not take for an individual to be anorexic or severely bulimic enough to be viewed as significantly distressed and ‘ill’ enough to warrant further input.
    The ‘NICE guidelines for eating disorders’ go a good way to recommending good practice by early intervention in such conditions…. However, what is the cost to the much vaster proportion of the population whose everyday lives are limited by BODY IMAGE DISTURBANCE? Does an individual have to develop an eating disorder to such a severity in order to access the help they so desperately need? This seems to be what is required to access what is required for problems which, in their essence, tend to relate back to issues of self-esteem. Much more remediable, the younger the age at which they are addressed.
    There arent so many families or individuals who can afford private therapy…And again, unregulated as private therapy is…Do people always get what they pay for? Its like anything else in life…Its a gamble folks! …So please can anyone who goes for this please go on a recommendation from a good professional source?
    So Gok! I was wondering if you might like to expand your mark on the world by looking at setting up a charity to assist people in addressing BODY IMAGE ISSUES, in as a holistic way as possible.
    At age 44, I am about to set about a self propelled journey down the length of the UK over 9 days and dressed in lycra, (‘eeek’): something that I could not have contemplated until recent years, not because my body weight or shape has changed…But because of a change in attitude. I have found my own way to this…But you Gok…YOU have had a major effect on the nation and a good number of my colleagues agree with this view. Buts its not just about how your body really looks …Its also about using your body and mind for what it’s meant for in one way or another…And body image problems can just STOP peoples lives and development so cruelly.I suspect we can both appreciate this.
    I would have liked to have gained sponsorship for my event but found that there was no charitable body that dealt specifically with the issues I have eluded to above.I was looking for practical help for people with real problems. So I was wondering, if in the interests of public health you might be interested in spearheading a campaign/charity to which people like myself might make a contribution: in the hope of reducing the distress and ‘lost years’ related to body image disturbance. You have the power in a very big way… I only have power on a much smaller scale. Awareness is the start! You have made a start…. U up for continuing the job?
    So Gok!

  • Jane C on March 16th, 2011 at 12:11 am

    U up 4 it???

  • Linda Russell on March 16th, 2011 at 9:46 am

    Type your comment here
    Hi Gok, I love your show & think your a great inspiration to women of all ages & sizes,. Can you give me some advice I have a muffin top & just don’t know how to hide it, whatever I try it seems to still show & looks horrid, I’m trying to loose weight I’ve lost 2 stone but can’t budge the midrif, I’m 5’9″ tall & i’m 58 yrs old next week. I measure bust=43″ waist=41″ & hips=41.5″ I don’t really know what body shape I am? can you advise PLEASE? x

  • Stephanie Anderson from Wynyard Tasmania Australia on March 16th, 2011 at 11:59 am

    Hey Aunty G,
    You might get sick of hearing it but I just wanted to say I love your show.
    I think you are an amazing and gorgeous person and you deal with other people’s body issues with greatest care and compassion. You are a godsend to women who are fashion challenged everywhere.
    If you ever come down under, I need a good gokking and judging by the fashion in Tassy, Australia your visit is well overdue.
    love your work and love your style!
    Steph x x

  • Lulu on March 16th, 2011 at 12:05 pm

    I cant believe your visiting Sydney! I was so excited I was going to enter the comp for a makeover, then realised I could’nt as I’m going to work for Westfields in 2 weeks… guess I’ll have to find my own solution to my giant derriere not looking good in jeans situation.Lol!
    Anyway your my style hero!… and if you want to hit Oxford St for a night of song, dance and drama then let me know. My friends and I will be happy to show you this beautiful city.
    Lulu xox

  • Mandy Pain on March 16th, 2011 at 12:55 pm

    Hi Gok,

    You are an inspiration to women everywhere. No matter what size or shape they are you make them feel beautiful and I am hopin you may be able to help me.

    I am 40 in April, and am having a Hollywood Glamour evening, and obviously being the host I would like to look sensational. I am a larger lady, and am not sure what to wear, and wondered whether you could help me.

    Kind Regards
    Much Love
    Mandy Pain

  • Berny on March 16th, 2011 at 1:29 pm

    Hi Gok – my daughter and I loved your roadshow. I have asked you on twitter and now here. I love Britt’s black coat, suede and fur that she wore on the episode 15.03.2011, could you tell me where she got it from please. I WANT ONE!!!! Thank you x

  • terrilee on March 16th, 2011 at 1:34 pm

    hi gok, u say that we are fablous but actually hon u are fablous and new name for u should be gok mother not fairy godmother as u are just a delight to watch and your ideas have got me into sowing etc which i never thought i would do even my mum is in shock lol, your show fashion fix is so fab dont no how brix wins cos yr knowledge and brillance outshine her collections. need your help thou as i done your body shape test and im inverted triangle shape but u never do that shape on your show so dont know what to wear please help my fairy gok mother xx

  • Shazzle on March 16th, 2011 at 1:44 pm

    Type your comment here
    Hi! Have to say you truly are amazing….love the way you make women feel….keEp it up!!
    Have just been through surgery (mastectomy) for breast cancer & am currently undergoing chemo which ends in May…..HELP….my son is getting married in July & am struggling with the confidence thing & of course ‘what to wear’…..needs to hide my prosthesis…..eeeeeeeek!! Have you considered doing a show for all us Breast cancer bods out there, would be a fab way of boosting confidence…..you could do wigs & headscarves too…..now that would be fabulosis……if you do please consider using me…..I could do with all the help you can throw my way to look fab on my son’s big day!

  • Janet North on March 16th, 2011 at 1:58 pm

    Hi there Gok. I saw you in the park this morning (16/03/11) on my way to work, we had a brief exchange of words and it really brightened up my day! Absolutely love your shows and will be getting your book at the weekend. Keep up the good work and if you ever need a “hopeless case” to do your magic on – I’m your woman!!!! Mwah

  • Chantal on March 16th, 2011 at 11:49 pm

    Hi Gok you God he he 😉 I’m really glad you have a fan site but where is the advice column???? I’d love to be able to write to you with a fashion dilemma and hear your views on it. love Chantal :) xx

  • Ashlee on March 17th, 2011 at 9:48 pm

    Hi Gok, I couldnt find ‘Private’ contact for you. Was wondering if I could contact you about my new venture and competition I have entered.

    please email me if you are willing to help me. I need your fabolous help by 21st March Monday Morning.
    Thank you

  • Janet Burton on March 18th, 2011 at 4:51 am

    Type your comment here
    Hi Gok! Just wanted to say how fab both my sister and myself think you are. You make so many women feel better about themselves and give them the confidence to do things they may otherwise have never done.
    I recently turned 60 and love fashion. I have so many clothes, that if I lived to be a hundred I would never get around to wearing them, but couldn’t part with them – especially as a lot of my clothes are from Monsoon.
    Despite being a very shy person, I recently joined Salsa classes. I would love you to help me to feel more confident about myself and feel sexy again. How about doing a programme specifically for different age groups eg. ” 40 and fabulous ” ” 60 and sexy “?
    Hope to hear from you our fab Gok!

    Love and hugs

    xxxx P.S. Love to your family x

  • Madge Wann on March 18th, 2011 at 5:38 am


    Do u have a fan club address please?
    I think we have mutual friend – Michael Geary – you knew him in British Gas in Leics? He went to Toyko to work and is there now but hopefully home mid next week.

    My name is similar to yours – my ex husbands family come from Leics too … small world :)

    I love watching you on TV – you are so inspirational :_

    Marjorie Wann

  • Samantha on March 18th, 2011 at 11:53 am

    Hey!!!! Gok how you doin ? Lovin the roadshow go u 😀 !! lols
    Love how u put styles together and wish i could do the same, i get sooo frustrated and fussy when shopping and always find it hard to find dresses and in season clothes that look good on me any tips ?
    Yor an inspiration 2 me 4 losing all the weight u did wish i could lose some pounds and be more slimming and glam.
    Keep up all the hard work
    love sam xxx

  • donna brown on March 18th, 2011 at 7:30 pm

    I would like to thank you as you haelp me think more about what i wear and buy and also i have three young girls the oldest is 11 very thin and they can watch you shows and see that all body shapes can look great.

  • Enter your name here sherry on March 18th, 2011 at 10:21 pm

    Hi GOK ,I’Am a very obese person and have no convedence in myself i run my own buisness and i always quote you with the women that come to me but the one thing i want to say to you is aVERY BIG THANK YOU FROM EVERY ONE YOU HAVE HELP YOU ARE AN ANGEL well done and keep up the good work Thanks Sherry

  • Robin Liu on March 18th, 2011 at 11:33 pm

    Hello! my mum and i absolutely adore you! before my mum turned 40 she was still wearing skirts and strappy tops and all, once the day came she even said she felt really old! i’ve tried so hard to make her feel younger, though the stress from work and her back pains don’t particularly help, and also she thinks baggy clothes are good for her age..!! WHAT?! she does wear skinny jeans.. but that’s about it.. always black, maybe its because she needs to for work, and because she was brought up to cherish every penny, she finds it hard to ‘waste’ money on clothes…but i was wondering if you had any tips to help me get her young mentality back. i mean she doesn’t even have many wrinkles.. only a few white hairs… but that’s life and her body shape is till great.. just wished she’d think that! i even wanted her to throw a surprise 40th for her last summer but i thought she would take it really badly the fact that she’s 40. Now i would appreciate any help at all! sorry for rambling on! and i love you so much.. its unreallll! xxxx

  • jo on March 19th, 2011 at 10:25 am

    Hi Gok,

    My soon to be 16 year old daughter and her great aunt (lat 60’s) would both love to have some fashion ideas from you. Amber is leaving school after her GCSE’s and going to 6th form college and is worried she won’t fit in, and my aunt, Ann, is fed up with there being no fashion advice for trendy pensioners!

    Amber and I are planning a shoping trip to London sometime in July.

    jo xx

  • Lins on March 19th, 2011 at 10:28 am

    Hi Gok,
    your advice on what types of clothes to wear inspires me, but I have put on a lot of weight over the last year or two and feel fat and frumpy. I wear black and trousers almost all the time and am truly fed up with it. I am going to a wedding in a couple of weeks and my partner is best man. I’d love to wear something bright and flattering, but I’m a size 20 on top and size 16 on the bottom and have no idea what suits me. I’m getting myself a bit stressed about it, to be honest!
    Any advice you could give me would be brill!
    Thanks and keep up the great work of getting women to accept themselves. It’s invaluable! xxx

  • maud walker on March 19th, 2011 at 11:00 am

    hand cream in a gift set loved it the best i have used but i can not find any where that sells it. PLEASE HELP

  • Madalynn Lightfoot on March 19th, 2011 at 5:20 pm

    Hi I have a question for Gok is this the right place to ask it and get a rply.

  • CLAIRE on March 19th, 2011 at 7:20 pm

    just finished watching the last show of the gok fashion road show cant wait for the next serious to begin alo i just finshed goks autobiography which was amazing throughly enjoyed it couldnt put it down roll on next autobiography and tv show ill be waiting….. plus fantastic recipies in the book i have tried most of them very nice gok :) xxxxxxxxxxx claire dooley dublin

  • Andrew Brooksbank on March 19th, 2011 at 10:45 pm

    Hi, My daughter, Charlotte (11yrs) is a huge, huge fan of yours. Would it be possible to obtain a signed photograph? she does not know of this request so would not be dissapointed if this is not possible. Many thanks in advance. Best. Andrew

  • cath schumann on March 19th, 2011 at 11:50 pm

    Type your comment here hi gok thank you so much for your shows my 13 ywar old daughter hopemary and i love them and you 3 cheers for gok xx

  • cristina on March 20th, 2011 at 7:04 am

    Hello! I wish we had a Gok in Romania…or 10…but you are unique, so no chance…I cry every time I watch ”how to look good naked”…for just a bit i feel beautifull. I love the naked army, sometimes i look at them and say:”look, that one is just like me and she is not afraid of showing herself”Maybe you will come to visit Romania, soooo many women here, need you.xxxxxx Cristina

  • Heli on March 20th, 2011 at 12:13 pm

    Hi! Really love yous shows and have some bigger issues about finding a dress. I realized it was from house of fraser and you customized it. But can’t find it anywhere. Can you help? xxx Heli

  • Kymberley on March 20th, 2011 at 10:30 pm

    Hi Gok,

    you’re an inspiration, any chance of an Australia visit Oprah style? 😉
    Lot’s of Love, Kymberley xxkxx

  • Chrissy on March 20th, 2011 at 10:45 pm

    Hi Gok!

    I’m an avid fan of all your programs!
    In just over a week’s time I’m going to my very first Red Carpet “do” at the Royal Albert Hall!

    I’ve just turned 50, size 12 and am a scruffy person who normally won’t wear dresses & is happiest in jeans, but hopefully you’d be proud of my outfit for this special gala occasion?!…

    I bought a stunning dress from a catalogue, which seems to be very flattering! :-) It’s matt black, with a very eyecatching wide sunray of silver beads radiating across the whole dress, front & back.
    It was in a sale and only cost me £72.50!
    It’s strapless which I don’t feel secure in, so I’ve taken plain black spaghetti straps off something else and sewn them onto it.
    This also makes it look better, presumably cos I have big shoulders?!

    Now for accessories!!..
    – I’ve knitted myself a black fur shawl (wool cost about £15), but as we’ve no idea what weather will be like I’ve also bought a 2nd hand long black faux suede & fur coat on eBay for £26!
    – I bought a pair of gorgeous 2nd hand Karen Millen dainty black platform shoes in a charity shop for £20!
    – My mum has made me a matt black “dolly” bag out of material she had left over.
    – I’ve borrowed a black bead collar necklace which looks brilliant!.
    – I bought a pair of black bead earrings from the market – £6.99
    – I may wear a borrowed long black bead necklace wound round as a bracelet, if needed.

    All I need to do now is buy some hair dye to touch the grey up, though I’m still wondering how I’m going to wear it!
    That’s all I need to decide on now to complete the look!

    So far all my friends have said “WOW!” and yet the whole lot has cost me under £150!! :-)

    I hope you’re proud of me?!!

  • Clare on March 20th, 2011 at 11:49 pm

    Hi Gok, Looooove the new site! Just wondering if you have or thought about doing a show for pregnant women? I’m an hourglass bordering on pear shape and my narrow waist is my strong point which I accentuate as recommended in the Gospel according to Gok… but now I’m pregnant this will no longer be the case and I don’t know what to buy! (we are going into winter in NZ).
    I wish I could hibernate but unfortunately have to work in the corporate world!

    Keep up the fabulousness

  • Thelma on March 21st, 2011 at 9:53 am

    I would like to know if there is going to be another series of how to look good naked, I love the show its amazing how far the ladies come with your help Gok. I would love for my sister in law to have Gok’s help. I think you are amazing Gok loves ya x

  • Carls on March 21st, 2011 at 12:50 pm

    I absolutly love you! You are an breath of fresh air for all us ladies, the fact that teach us to love our bodies no matter what is very re-freshing. Everytime i watch your shows i learn sumthing new and i am inspired by it.

    I asked my mum for ur book as my birthday present last oct (2010) and i literally counted down the days till i could read it! I nvr put the book down i carried it with me everywhere so if i found myself with a spare 5 mins i could read it. Your book made me laugh and it made me cry, you went through so much to get to where you are today and i applaud you for that.

    I have passed you book nto my mum and my sister.

    Keep up the good work and i look 4ward my nxt Gok installment lol

    love and hugs xxxxx

  • Marjorie on March 21st, 2011 at 3:40 pm

    Hi Gok

    I have watched you for many years, and have applauded your therapeutic skills with people who have low self esteem and confidence, due to issues with their perception of their body.

    I am a counsellor and psychotherapist and have wroked in a further education college for a number of years in this role.

    I have often wondered if you have any formal counselling training?

  • Jamesina on March 21st, 2011 at 8:44 pm

    Hi Gok, thank you for the welcome to your site. Liking your latest tweet. Angry with bullies. However, the positives are that those who are bullied can go on to do wonderful things with their lives if they are given assistance. I hope the series reflects this. J ;oD

  • cornelia on March 22nd, 2011 at 7:41 am

    How can I meet you?
    You are a great person and inspire me in so many ways.
    Thank you very much and God bless your work

  • maureen on March 23rd, 2011 at 6:00 pm

    hiyyyyyyyyyyaaa Gok
    me and my daughters luv youuuuu
    i would really appreciatte some help from you my oldest daughter is going to be 21 soon and she can not find a dress for her party on 15 april
    she likes ruffle maxi dresses but can not find one any ideas..


  • Irene Steele on March 24th, 2011 at 10:19 am

    I am a big fan of your individual style & belief in yourself. I want to encourage the members of the choir I sing with to demonstrate style & belief by challenging the imposed style. (I am a renegade) I need some help please Gok can you offer some advice as to how I might do that? If I had your support it would be the lever I need to revolutionise the dated look we currently have. ( I am embarrassed by what we now wear) !!

  • Christine on March 24th, 2011 at 5:46 pm

    Ahh! You came to my School yesterday Morning, and I saw you!!!

  • Michelle luxgua on March 24th, 2011 at 7:02 pm

    So amazing You are so lovely .. If i can meet you some day.. I maby freaging out But yeah have agood night love michelle <3

  • Michelle luxgua on March 25th, 2011 at 3:32 pm

    Hi Gok! You are so Great .. Year ago i use only sweater jeans and som t-shirt .. I ponder all to time what is my style.. And then I soa Gok´s fahsion fix And I just realize.. I have a style.. Then I just mix some things .. And it´s lok´in Great! Now I have a sytle .. So big hug and thanks for Aunty Gok <3<3

  • john bryant on March 25th, 2011 at 3:32 pm

    Type your comment here


    Having done the fabulous makeovers for Cardiff, Nottingham, Leeds etc- How about shaking up the dress/style sense of TV’s weather girls – most have no style about them except one exception and she is one of BBC South Today’s weather girls and her name is Reham Khan well worth a look when she is on.


  • Sammi on March 25th, 2011 at 10:23 pm

    hi Gok love watchin ur shows there fantastic u r amazin cant wait 2 see whats comin up next keep doin what ya doin your makin women everywhere have the confidence they deserve x x x


  • Catherine McAuley on March 25th, 2011 at 10:53 pm

    Hello Mr Gok Wan

    I really loved your series of Goks Fashion Roadshow you gave me some really good tips. thank you soooo much!!!! I read your book loved every minute of it it was very emotional and God Gok you have been through so much and I wish you all the luck and best wishes for the future.

    I live in Northern Ireland one of your lorries was recently spotted in Belfast is there any possibilty of you hosting a roadsow in belfast in the near future??? I really hope the answer is a big yes!!!!

    You definately are every girl’s best friend and it is soo obvious to see why!!!! you are a fashion and confidence booster genius

    Lots of best wishes sent your direction wherever you are

    Catherine xx

  • demiiy on March 26th, 2011 at 11:52 am

    Woow great idea i adore you more than anything my bestmate loves justin bieber he has a great voice ye but you have what they call a TRUE TALENT i have read every book and every epasode you have done i love you soo much your a amazing man i beilive you can make a change in this world love demiiy-char ;P mwa! xx

  • Caroline Aldridge on March 26th, 2011 at 3:10 pm

    Hi Gok – you have been compared to Jamie Oliver as inspirational and as a 50 something of uncertain shape and size I have been really impressed by how you show normal size people how to dress to look good. This is usually a problem for them as catwalk models and manekins in shops are invariable a size which would be considered underweight – so clothes are shown on unrealistic shaped bodies. My 15 year old daughter an her friends have all seen examples of anorexia, as young people struggle to follow the overthin examples on which clothes are shown. Have you thought about spearheading a Jamie type campaign to get designers and stores to style their clothes to look good on normal sized women – it might even help their sales?

  • olivia dominique on March 27th, 2011 at 2:47 am

    hi gok i really love you and what you do i would really like to meet you one day xoxo

  • Jo on March 27th, 2011 at 11:37 am

    Hi Gok I have been watching you for years but the most amazing thing now is that my teenage daughter has started watching with me. She announced after the last show that we watched that she had no idea what her body shape was. I helped her follow your simple rules and she now understands she is ‘boyish’. We went shopping at the weekend, she bought a simple belt and now wears it with everything she can to give her her waist.

  • Rebecca on March 27th, 2011 at 3:56 pm

    Aunty G need your help!
    I don’t know if you’ll reply to this but I have no idea how else to contact you. I have my school prom in on July 1st and I’ve bought my dress. It’s really simple and I want to make it have a bit more of an impact, but I’m not too sure about what colours suit me and the dress and the style ect… I’ve asked some people in shops but they always say ‘Go for this one!’ and it’s always the most expensive bag and with an ridiculously expensive pair of shoes to match that I swear don’t actually match!
    Just wondered if I could get some tips?

  • Luna on March 27th, 2011 at 10:36 pm

    Hi:) I’m from Poland, and have to find Your website. In my country there’s problems with watching Your show “How good to look naked”. We had our own edition but, it wasn’t good.
    I write to You, ‘cuz I miss Your advices about fashion. For many years I was wearing only black heavy metal clothes, Your show changed me a lot. But still I have problem…I’m a very tall girl, taller than Nicole Kidman. When I want to wear high wheels, my boyfriend don’t want to go out with me…
    If You can to mail me buck, I will be so greatful.
    PS. I know, that my english is not perfect 😛
    Love and miss You

  • shyla on March 27th, 2011 at 11:57 pm

    I need a fashion fix….Gok i need you….help!

  • terri miller on March 28th, 2011 at 10:08 am

    I know you must get 1000’s of emails asking for help….its no wonder, you’re amazing at what you do! I’m actually asking for help for one of my daughters best friends, she truly has the biggest t*ts in Britain…the last time she had them measures they were 32M & they are still growing!! she is soooo stuck on where to get any bra that fits!! If you could help it would be amazing ….. she’s at uni in London if that helps at all??

    Many thanks

  • Kirsty on March 28th, 2011 at 10:48 am

    Hi Gok,
    Not quite sure whether you’ll get this or not. I hope so. I have watched every TV series you have done and am a big fan. I need some help though. Since having my son in 2009 I’ve let myself go in the style stakes. I dress for comfort, bridget jones pants, jogging bottoms etc. I haven’t bought anything new in such a long time I now struggle to know what suits me. I’d love to be a yummy mummy, I’ve just returned back to my pre-pregnancy shape and weight but need the clothes to show it off. I dont feel sexy at all and this is not helping my relationship with my husband (if you set my meaning). Please help. x x x

  • vicky on March 28th, 2011 at 2:54 pm

    hi Gok i dont no if this is the right place to send you this message but il try anyway. My mam is a really big fan of yours and totally loves you, she has had cancer for the past 10 years and has chemo 6 times, she is gettig married this friday and shid be really excited but had to make an emergency dash to hospital this weekend to find out a bit of bad news anyway i just wondered if somehow you would be able to send her an email or a message of some type i no it would really cheer her up, if u can i can pass you her email address or whateva thanx very much and good luck with everything.

  • michelle on March 28th, 2011 at 7:36 pm

    Hi Gok i think you are great at what you do and i think you really should pay a visit to guernsey! Our choice of shops here are very very limited,its such a waste for such a small island. Also will you be marketing a perfume to match the gorgeous bath products you have with boots??? I would love to have the perfuem for a night out to match the lush body butter!!

  • Lorraine Konoso on March 28th, 2011 at 7:46 pm

    Type your comment here

    my friend Rona has told me you are coming to the lovely Highlands this year, I do hope this is happening. How can I apply for some help and advice from yourself.

    Love your shows and what you do for making women feel fab!

  • Mapis Academy on March 28th, 2011 at 7:55 pm

    Dear Gok

    Mapis Academy, together with Counsel for Living, Walsall Council and US supermodel Jada Collins are holding Fashion projects for 60 young people from disadvantaged areas. We would like you to appear as a star and fashion expert during the final show, presented for 1000 people.
    Please could you contact us to discuss the details and financial terms.
    Kind Regards
    Maggie Sikora
    Mapis Academy
    tel: 01344 205631 or 07964 318013

  • Antonia on March 29th, 2011 at 12:52 am

    Hello Gok my name is Antonia, am a second year fashion student and i want to ask you what gave you the courage to do what you did not just tell women that they need to love there body shape but when it came’s to people who are overweight how did you change form who you where back then to who you are now.

  • Maria on March 29th, 2011 at 8:59 am

    Ciao Gok,
    siamo due ragazze di 29 anni, Maria e Alessia, siamo di Perugia Italia.
    Siamo veramente innamorate di te non ci perdiamo mai una puntata, praticamente sei una musa ispiratrice….
    Spero che risponderai a questa mail perchè vorremmo, se è possibile, ci venissi a trovare in questa splendida città e darci i tuoi splendidi consigli per sentirci NUDE E BELLE!!!!!
    Un abbraccio immenso
    Maria e Alessia

  • Natalie on March 29th, 2011 at 2:35 pm

    Hi Gok,
    first off, let me say you are amazing! I love your work and everything you do! I wish that I could meet you and go through an experience like many women do when you help them with their style and make them feel a million times better about themselves! You’ll be at a store near where I live on the 7th April and I hope I am able to go and see you! Thank you for everything you do for so many people, you change lives.


  • Amy on March 29th, 2011 at 5:33 pm

    Love your work LOADS – you normally finish off your stunning outfits with killer heels or other fab shoes. I LOVE shoes but wondered if you could help – I have size 1 or 2 feet and can’t find fashion shoes – I don’t want to spend tonnes on each pair as fashions change regularly. Any suggestions?? Thanks. :-)

  • Kanlaya on March 29th, 2011 at 9:53 pm

    I am so glad this site is birth!! I love you Aunty G. Feel closer to you already xxxxx

  • Kanlaya on March 29th, 2011 at 9:59 pm

    I am so glad this site is birth!! Tele is so boring without you. I love you Aunty G. Feel closer to you already ;-D xxxxx

  • Jo Browne on March 29th, 2011 at 10:36 pm

    I would love some help and fashion advice. I am a 39yr old single mum of 2. I suffered 55% 3rd degree burns 26 years ago. I am lost?

  • Nicole Crabbe on March 30th, 2011 at 7:11 am

    Gok, I had the fantastic opportunity of you & your style team giving me a makeover. The insperation, graditude & respect that you & your team showed me left me speechless. I am not a size 8 girl nor am I the most glamourous looking girl but after meeting with you all, you have shown me to love my body & myself as I am. If only more people took us for who we are. You are amazing!!!! XX

  • Zoe on March 30th, 2011 at 11:03 am

    Just wanted to say a huge thank you – watching your shows has helped me over a break-up although I could used some help as haven’t been on the dating scene for a while and don’t have a clue what to wear lol

  • Angela on March 30th, 2011 at 3:13 pm

    Type your comment here Hi Gok…..Help!!!!!, im getting married for first time on 1st July in a registery offce, im a size 24/26, I have tried some wedding gowns on and look like a monster with huge over hang of back fat…can you recomend anywhere in
    Essex area that supply plus size wedding dresses or plus size evening wear, I would appreciate your guidance as greatly value your opinion…Love Angela, Harlow

  • Sibila Ortiz on March 30th, 2011 at 4:31 pm

    Dear Gok

    I´m form Panama in Central America, I saw your old tv show HOW YOU LOOK NAKED and I love it!!!!

    I saw this from cable TV

    I love teh way you make women feels happy with her body!!

    I love your brittish acents too!!!

    In littles countries like PAnama we dont have really fashionits like you and they prefer follow the mayority and no try to make NORMAL women elegants and confortable.

    I hope some day you come to Panama and HELP us !!!!

    best regards,


  • Wendy Breeze on March 30th, 2011 at 4:48 pm


    I have been looking through your range of swimwear for larger lady i.e boobs. (and also a few others) and here is the problem….
    My daughter is a 32JJ and we are struggling to fing a really decent bikini that doesnt cost the earth, last year she wore a strapless black bra from Next, but this year she has asked for something a little more fashionable, which supports her.
    She is 17, 18 in september and we have problems in general trying to accommadate her with suitable bra’s for a 17 year old. Help !!!

  • Libby on March 31st, 2011 at 10:54 am

    HEEY! OMG i love everything that you do, i came out to Parramatta today just to see you live :) AHHH you were totally FAB-U-lous!! YOUR AMAZING KEEP ON ROCKIN THE FASHION WORLD :) xxxx Libby xoxoxo

  • Craig Peihopa on March 31st, 2011 at 9:42 pm

    A fantastic night at Westfield Parramatta in the land Down Under Gok. It was an interesting blend of people and tastes and I think you had the crowd wrapped around your fingers. There were a lot of happy people who got their pictures and clothing advice and autographs from you.

    I was the photographer and really enjoyed the experience. Thanks

  • Annalyse on April 1st, 2011 at 12:15 pm

    hello gok! you really inspire me to get out there and shop for clothes that will make me look great, but i just don’t have to confidence in myself to do that. i don’t know my body shape so i wouldn’t be that good at getting clothes from the high streets anyway. I watch shows and i think you are amzing how you make them feel confident with in them selfs when they had none at all. i really need your help gok! i would love to meet you so you could help me, love annalyse xx

  • Sahra Williams on April 2nd, 2011 at 10:33 am

    Congratulations on your new website gok, gosh, what i would do to be aunty-gok’d :)

  • Stacey on April 2nd, 2011 at 11:23 am

    Hey Gok,

    Loving the styles you put together on Fashion Fix and I wondered if you would ever bring out your own fashion range for all the different shapes out there.

  • Kelly and Jess (L/Cpl Wolstencroft and L/Cpl Folkertsen) on April 2nd, 2011 at 11:25 am

    Hi GOK!!!

    Well we really dont know how to start this as its a LONG SHOT!!! however here goes…

    We are currently serving in Afghanistan and have just arrived for our 2nd 7 month tour of this place, myself and jess are high assurance search dog handlers in the Royal Army Veterinary Corps.

    We always vowed that if we came back to this place we would try and contact you to lift our sprits and make us and the rest of the military women out here look good in COMBATS!! As they are not the most of flattering outfits since they are made for the men!!

    Now we dont know if you have heard of the CSE shows that take place here in Camp Bastion but i assure you there are very secure and we have comedians and other celebs such as singers come to entertain at some point throughout the tour!!

    We would be highly DELIGHTED if you could consider the request… PLEASEEEEEE!!! 😀

    Thank you taking the time to read our post (PLEA)

    L/Cpl Wolstencroft and L/Cpl Folkertsen xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx p.s love you darling!!!!! 😀

  • Beth on April 2nd, 2011 at 11:32 am

    Heeey Gok(:
    I love you and your tv programes! I just wanted some help, I’m a teenager and I swim 6 days a week, I have got very broad shoulders and I wandered what type of clothes will best suit me!
    Thanks for all your help(:

  • catriona on April 2nd, 2011 at 6:50 pm

    Hi Gok, i just love your shows, love what you do.
    I have bits and pieces of your underwear range. but i dont feel im getting it all right.
    I’m 5’1 size 20/22 and love clothes, my shape well…. i think im a bit of every thing apple, pear …… haha.

    WILL your raod show ever come to Inverness,?


    love & hugs to you

  • Oana on April 2nd, 2011 at 9:14 pm

    Hello from Romania, I love what you do,because you make women feel confident and sexy again and show women all over the world that older or 4 size bigger can’t stop them from feeling good about themselves.you’re awesome dude!!! hugs and kisses, Oana

  • mrs emma turner on April 2nd, 2011 at 9:40 pm

    Hi gok i don’t no where to start with this hope you can read it. My daughter has just been granted a wish from starlight and her wish is to meet you! Beth has cystic fibrosis and that’s how she got a wish! But also beth got attacked by a dog a few year’s ago and it has left terriable scaring across her leg, she also has a scare across her stomach from an operation she had when she was 12 hour’s old. She is going to turn 16 next week and i could really do with your help she has no confidence in what she wear’s or in anything she does. Obviously we are hoping starlight grant’s her wish of meeting you but she had to put three wishes down and the other was a holiday for xmas as she is alway’s ill over the xmas period. If you can help beth please email me xx

  • Sam on April 3rd, 2011 at 3:48 am

    Hi Gok,
    Firstly just want to say i love what you do, i avidly watch all of your shows although i still can’t decide what shape i am or what i should wear! I have a wardrobe jam packed full of all kinds of clothes (i dread to think what you would make of it), yet i live in jeans and t-shirts. Think i could clothe a small village with clothes i’ve bought and never, or hardly ever worn. I’m praying that one day i will get that lightbulb moment and everything will fall into place, until then i will carry on watching you and try and follow your advice.
    Thank you for your wonderful enthusiasm and your inspirational shows xxx

  • Enter your name hereAmelia Emmott on April 3rd, 2011 at 10:16 am

    I have just watched one of your how to look good naked and you tramformed Jenny who wore her partners clothes and i even said to myself she is amazing! You made her look even more beautiful she was stunning! Your amazing such a good role model your inpsiring :) Mwah Mia xx

  • lisa on April 3rd, 2011 at 10:37 am

    hi gok i love the site it great i watch ur shows all the time and its amazing how u make all the women feel better about themselfs only wish i had the back bone to do it myself after i had my kid i kinda gave up trying to look good i put on alot of weight and my tummy i used to love is so marked from having her i really dont like my body at all i can even rember the last time i wore a dress , but anyway the site is great keep on doing what u do your fab :)

  • Sarah Stephens on April 3rd, 2011 at 10:03 pm

    Hi Gok, I love what you do, especially that there is no surgery involved you just do it with clothes its great, it would be awesome if you were 2 come to New Zealand. Thanks for the great books that you have put I look over them regularly.

  • Kelly Wise on April 3rd, 2011 at 10:14 pm

    Hello Aunty G,

    I am writing this as both a fan and a professional counselling Psychologist. I thank you most sincerely for your book “Through thick and thin”. Have you read the “Curious Incident with the Dog in the Night”? It is an excellent book which give an invaluable insight into autism. Your book is in the same vein. As a professional, it gives me a marvelous insight into anorexia. It helps me understand and empathize with sufferers so I can work with them more effectively. As a woman and a person who is currently experiencing personal hardship, it provides inspiration

    Speaking as one who as always wished she had an “Aunty G” (especially in my current circumstances) I thank you most sincerely for sharing your experiences. Never has a celebrity appeared so real to the public. I am so jealous of your friends!!!!

    Keep doing your fantastic work – you truly are inspirational.

  • Nik Schulze on April 4th, 2011 at 12:37 am

    Hi Gok,
    I am sure you receive thousands of letters like this every day, but nothing ventured nothing gained. My wife is one of the countless women out there who has huge self esteem and body image issues that are completely unfounded. I think she is beautiful and tell her so at every opportunity, I am certain her friends and family have only nice things to say as all of us can see how great she looks. Yet as I mentioned, she hates her body and has confined herself to virtually not leaving the house unless she is in jeans and a t-shirt, or a business suit during the week(at least they are tailored). On the very rare occasions its anything else she looks fantastic, but I can tell she is excruciatingly self conscious without her jeans despite the compliments she recieves.

    She watches all of your shows religiously, has read your autobiography and simply adores you, she has often exclaimed out aloud ‘I wish auntie Gok would come and fix me’, I don’t know why but it seems to me she is often far more accepting of other peoples advice and opinions than her close family and friends, claiming ‘we are all biased’. She has been dealing with chronic back pain since long before we met, and has had more than a few mentally and physically abusive male figures in her life before she met me, which I am sure is the cause for much of her body hate, they sure didnt help at the very least.

    She is taking a day off work to come and see your show on Friday the 8th of April at Carindale, she is so excited to see you she could burst. Her name is Lauren Schulze and is a tiny little thing with a beaming smile.

    Anything you could do to acknowledge her, mention her name, or even speak with her for just a moment at your show, it would make her year and change her life I am certain of it. I love my wife dearly and only wish she could see herself as beautiful as I see her, and will do anything I can to help that happen.

    Warmest regards,
    Nik schulze

  • Enter your name here denise cronan on April 4th, 2011 at 5:29 am

    Type your comment here im a dressmaker and may forte is clothing alterations and i just love a good fit and i deal daily with people that dont like what they have got. majority say when i, making a mental blockage.and knowing to well whats going to happen At 55 im definitely not going to cover my arms.people dont believe you and i say have you ever watched gok i tell them he is better than trinny @ susanah. Im just sorry i cant get to brisbane to see your show i wish you all the best in australia.lol

  • Meaghan on April 4th, 2011 at 1:00 pm

    Hi Gok,
    You are just so fantastic i can not explain how much of an inspiration you are. I am 16 and just love watching your show’s with my Mum and Nan.
    We all love you tips that you give and help us all very much.
    You do such a brilliant job and your such a kind person helping people who don’t feel happy in their own skin, and the way you do this is just GREAT, again i can’t explain!
    We are looking dorward to seeing you in Melbourne at Fountain Gate, Sunday the 10th at 12:30pm. Love meags XxXx

  • Katy Richards on April 4th, 2011 at 4:21 pm

    Hello Aunty G. I just wanted to let you know that i am a huge fan of yours! i love what you do to clothes to make them look better and wish i could do that to. I would really love to meet you as I am not always happy wiv my body and never know what to wear really. You are amazing, a total inspiration to women xxxxxx
    love your gokette
    Katy xx

  • Anne Shadlow on April 5th, 2011 at 12:43 pm

    Hi Gok, Well, you made my day when you signed my book as you were running past me on your way out from the show at Westfield Miranda in Sydney NSW. Love you heaps, Anne.xxx

  • John Li on April 5th, 2011 at 1:26 pm

    Hi Gok,

    I like your show today in Hornsby. Never heard of you before, I am a guy ,who brought a new 3d camera yesterday, and try to take some photos in Westfield. And I think I am a fan of you from today.

    Will spend some time to read your book, watch your tv show, and visit this site a lot.

    Thanks & lov ya,

  • DIANA GLEZ on April 5th, 2011 at 11:01 pm

    I´m from Mexico. youre my hero I have little to see your program and really that you have changed my form to dress now will remove but benefit to him, Im married but it wants to improve my appearance by my, to feel but safe and to like but my husband. thanks for all those advice to all the women who us towards lack of a man like your. congratulations by your excellent work!!!!!

  • Helen on April 6th, 2011 at 12:14 pm

    Just listened to your Desert Island Discs in the BBC2 archive – what a lovely chap you are! But thank- you for the gift that is “the Promise” – my husband is just about to go overseas for a while and this is the perfect song to send with him. bless you Hxxx

  • kimberley on April 6th, 2011 at 4:31 pm

    Hey,, =D
    Have Got To Say I Love You, Your Work Is Fantastic And Even My Fiance Loves A Bit Of Auntie Gok.. Im A Young Mummy To Three Beautiful Girls And We Watch Your Shows, The Girls Always Say ‘Its All About The Confidence’,, Or ‘Gok’s Fashion’. I Red Your Book,, And Im The Same.. I Let My Self Down So No One Can Do It For Me.. I Have Struggled With Weight All Through My Teens.. But Realise Its Not About What Weight Or How Different I Am Its About Me And My Family.., Keep Up The Great Work Gorgeous Love K.. X

  • Debbie Newlands: Edinburgh on April 6th, 2011 at 9:48 pm

    Hey Gorgeous Gok :-)
    I LOVE you and your shows!! You’re wonderful. I love to see How To Look Good Naked and watch you give a girl her confidence back and totally transform her!

    Love you full stop really! Whilst you are a celebrity, you come across as really caring about us – like when you get your Army to test products to stop us being ripped off!

    I always feel great after watching your shows and reading your features in magazines.

    Love and hugs Debbie XXXX

  • michelle x on April 7th, 2011 at 1:54 pm

    hello im in desperate need off help im being takin to a jazz club next week ! and i have no idea what i should be waring as i am very out of touch with the fasion trends eeeeek please help xx

  • Lisa Brathwaite on April 7th, 2011 at 11:30 pm

    Hey Gok I am from Barbados and love love love your show, I am 6ft tall and love wearing heels, was a little self conscious about my shape which is pear but watching your show has done wonders keep it up I’ll be watching.

  • Bethany on April 8th, 2011 at 11:28 am

    helooo is this really gok, would like you to tell me how to dress for my shape and what shape am i??? xxx

  • Angie X on April 8th, 2011 at 12:11 pm

    WoW!!!! Hi Gok,
    I admire you and your glorious ways of inspiring us ladies with your knowledge of ‘dress sense’
    for that i thank you on behalf of us all up and down the country.
    Anyway I would just like to ask you, what I could wear for my height \as i am only 4ft 11ins ish…..!
    A lot of the time i have to shop either in kids sizes or buy items like jeans and cut them down….
    I think i really need yor help as i would love to wear maxi dresses but think im too too short
    i guess thst you are the right man for the job

    Yours Needingly

    Angie X

  • Carol on April 8th, 2011 at 1:03 pm

    Hi Gok,
    I was just wondering how one can get out of a rut? I hate my body, I think I look ugly, I’m short (5 ft 1) and fat (don’t know my exact weight but def over 11 st). I hate shopping and can’t remember the last time I bought something that I really liked. I find it so hard to find clothes to fit me properly. I hate leaving the house because i think I look ridiculous.

    I’m only 32 so still young and I should be enjoying my-self but I’m not because I am so self-conscious about how I look and it’s not good.

    Sorry about the depressing e-mail but I really need advise

  • julie quenby on April 8th, 2011 at 2:01 pm

    Hi Gok.
    I have just finished your autobiography in record time, i just couldn’t put it down!
    You truly are an inspiration to all us larger ladies and i myself find choosing clothes a lot easier now i know what not to look for and what i must look for.
    You have been through an awful lot in your life but i do feel it has made you stonger and has helped in a funny way to make you who you are today and that is someone who should be very proud of who he is and what he has achieved.
    Your show has “borrowed” gloves from a company i work for and when i spoke to one of the ladies at Ch 4 she said you are a dream to work with and that there are many ladies who would like to be “Goked” but are tooo shy to go on the tv (myself included).
    I am looking at the cover of your book now and i am thinking to myself “what a gorgeous,sexy & amazing man”
    No wonder your family are proud.
    Gok keep up the good work you do giving confidence back to people without going under the knife & may you continue to spank Britt’s butt beating her on the catwalk.
    I look forward to every tv show you do and am always sad when the series comes to an end
    Take care Gok – we love you more than you will ever know
    Best wishes
    Julie xxxxxxxx(Quenby)

  • Kirstie McAlpin on April 8th, 2011 at 5:02 pm

    Hey i love you soooooo much you are amazing, you inspire all women around the world and make people feel good about themselves no matter what they look like….. Thankyou for everythiing you do and i love you …
    Thanks for being you..x

  • Milly on April 10th, 2011 at 8:35 pm

    Heyy gok,

    i love your work and what you do! i have a plain green top at home and i am won=dering of you could style it up. please email me back,
    love millyxx<3

  • SHALINI SHETTY on April 10th, 2011 at 11:56 pm

    You are amazing. It is so encouraging to watch your show. After having my baby I completely forgot how to look good.
    I am trying for follow your tips and change my wadrobe.
    Hope I achieve my goal.

  • maurice on April 11th, 2011 at 9:45 pm

    Hi Gok, my wife is a serious,serious fan of yours, she loves everything about you and what you do. Unfortunately she has recently been diagnosed with terminal cancer, and now its just a waiting game. One thing I hope to do for her if there is any way of getting a signed photo of you, reading Best wishes Teresa, that would be put a real big smile on her face.

  • Enter ykay salisbury our name here on April 13th, 2011 at 3:24 pm

    Typehow do i get a signed phot for my granddaughter Molly
    age 9 his big fan your comment here

  • Ames on April 13th, 2011 at 3:41 pm

    Hey Gok – I just wanted to tell you that your FAB!!!!xxxxx

  • Ames on April 13th, 2011 at 3:44 pm

    Just want to share this with fellow Gokettes………. I have a saying when your show’s are on – ready……………. its Gok o Clock!! lol…. eeeeeek

  • Ligia on April 13th, 2011 at 5:11 pm

    I just simply can say THANKS!! for the great job you do with every woman that is not ok with her body. Helping that woman you help us all!!!
    Keep going my dear! you are fab!!! inside and outside!!!
    Thousands of hugs!

  • Sarah Walsh on April 13th, 2011 at 5:43 pm

    Hi gok i have to say,even though i am only eleven years old, that you are a great inspiration to me.I love to watch goks roadshow aswell but i think you should do a show abput childrens fashion because i know a few people with a bulging talent for fashion and they are just kids like me. Also i have a book full of fashoin sketches that i have designed and created.
    Bye Bye
    Sarah xx

  • Tom Han on April 14th, 2011 at 5:20 pm

    Dear gok, im 14 and i bloody love you your my inspiration on life and i was so excited when i met you everyone at school says im just like you even my name is similar to yours we have alot in common and i wish i get to meet you again babe keep up the good work aunty G xoxoxoxox <3 😉 love ya!!!!

  • Amie White on April 15th, 2011 at 11:29 am

    Hi Gok,
    I just wanted to say that you truely are an inspiration. I’m sat watching Gok’s Fashion Fix now and I think your so great! I’d love for you to come and meet my mum and help her with her clothes, you really are fabulous. I hope you do another book soon, and have a book signing in Liverpool! I’d definately be there! Love you lots

  • Lucy on April 15th, 2011 at 11:55 am

    HELLO, wow :) I just want to say that i think you are a genius. I was wondering if you have any tips for my mum. She is beautiful but lacks in confidence and needs your help. With her being 43, she doesnt know what to dress like anymore and she covers herself up. It is hard to help her pick out outfits: especially as she is fussy but I think that is because anything I chose; she’s worried about what she would look like in it. I am 16years old, I am alright with fashion I suppose, but my main concern is my mum; I just want her to be happy and to flaunt her stuff ;). Also could you help me with tips for teenagers please. xx Lucy xx

  • Sapna on April 15th, 2011 at 1:32 pm

    Hi Gok!!

    How are you doing? I want to know do you have a problems page where people can get a one-to-one advice about putting an outfit together? For example sending you a picture of a dress and in return you giving advice on how to put the outfit together??

    Keep up the good work!!!

    Lots of love,

    Sapna xox
    (Belfast, Northern Ireland)

  • Babs on April 15th, 2011 at 7:07 pm

    Hi Gok!

    Luurv your programes and watch every singe one. I love the confidence you instill in the people you help. Wish I could find a way to have elegant footwear to go with my lovely range of clothes that I now own thanks to watching you.

  • miss r critchley on April 15th, 2011 at 7:37 pm

    hi there Gok
    please can you help me
    i have lost weight gue to stress and illness
    i just look very boney as i am 8 stone
    i hate showing off my collar bone !
    please can you advise of any fashion tips to make me look like i have a figure
    cheers aunty G

  • Paula G on April 15th, 2011 at 9:59 pm

    Hi Gok its my first time on your fan site my daughter and i are such big fans of yours we love love love your shows so much. I try to be on trend as much as i can but my daughter just dont have the confidence and she has an amazing body, she will wear clothes that i buy for her but she need some help please help!!!!!!!

  • sara j on April 16th, 2011 at 10:47 am

    hi aunty g
    im 36 i have a beautiful daughter she’s 18 in may and she is my world whe she was younger she was bullied as school like so many others she had her nose broke and they thretend to cut her face up this was when she was 11 she has no confedence and she is social phobic i have tryed to get her to belive in herself she hides herself in drab clothes you are my guru and i love your out look on life, is there anyway you could help ? She dont belive me when i say she is beautiful because im mum.
    Big love sent to you and yours xxx

    sara j xx

  • Sarah on April 16th, 2011 at 10:55 am

    I’m not even going to get started on how much I love you and how much of an inspiration you are to me. It is a slight irrelivant question but on your Roadshow I saw you making a camel suede clutch bag using a folder template. Since then I have been searching and searching for a video clip or something which would indicate me how to make such a masterpiece! I would really appriciate if you could send me this link! Cheers! XOXOXOXOXOOXOXOXOXOXOXOXOXOXOXOOXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX

  • Louise on April 16th, 2011 at 12:59 pm

    follow me on twitter? ;D
    i don’t have an obsession or anything.
    your gorg, nuff said.

  • Zoe xxx on April 17th, 2011 at 9:11 am

    Gok, your amazing x i wantch your show and read your books but i dont wnat you to think that i know you x i am not a over–fan but i think your so cool. i wouldnt go up to you in the street asking for an autograph ( but i would treasure one) when you are argueing with a mate (e’lain) crying. i am not like that cos’ i know that having as most of a normal life in fame world is important. lyl. your my idol ( just ask me mum ) xxx
    zoeeeeee x

  • zoe west x on April 17th, 2011 at 9:28 am

    Gok, your awesome and all that but its out of order that all these fans adore and write to you and you dont write back or anything. we love you as inspirations but i need to know your at the end of this computer to all of us. sorry for this but i need to know or i wont bother! soz bbes x

  • Sue on April 17th, 2011 at 10:01 am

    I love the empathy you have with everyone. Even though I’ve never personally been “gok-ed”, I come away from your TV shows feeling better about myself. You’re my weekly boost of inspiration. Thank you so much x

  • Kerry on April 17th, 2011 at 10:13 am

    Hi Auntie Gok!

    Your truly an inspiration! I am a 6 foot 3 23 year old woman and on average a size 16 on the bottom and a 12-14 on the top! You have helped me understand how to dress my shape although I still find it difficult to get clothes due to my 38 inch inside leg and long body and my body shape! I hope you can do a show on a tall woman! So I can continue learning from you! You are a legend!!

    Keep up your good work!!

    Kerry xx

  • Theresa Jackson on April 17th, 2011 at 11:33 am

    I am in Leeds AGAIN for work. I’m a 40ish women from Mississippi, USA and every time I’m here I try to catch you on tv. I AbZolutly love to watch anything you’re on.
    Writing you to maybe get help. Some of the stuff is over-the-top FOR ME but it’s the basic tips that are so informational!
    This is just a shot-in-the-dark but worth a try.
    Thanks for listening to this frumpy farmer 😉

  • Natalie Jansen on April 17th, 2011 at 11:41 am

    Hi from Australia Gok! We get your shows on pay TV and I watch them religiously. Congrats on the fan site!

    Any “Oz” adventures on the cards for you? I think I’m a prime cadidate to get Gok’d!

    XO Nat

  • Izz on April 17th, 2011 at 12:11 pm

    Hi, I love the things that you do, so I’m excited that I found yours blog .

  • sindi on April 17th, 2011 at 12:36 pm

    hy. i am a huge fan of gok and all that he does for women.although in uk from2007 i have recently “discovered“ gok on tv. it changed my life.i would ask gok if he can do a fashion road show in chesterfield,derbyshire. i know he was in shefield which was close to chesterfield but would he consider comming to chesterfield. it would be an honour and a pleasure to see him. thanks gok!!!!!!!!!!!!love and kisses

  • Neka on April 17th, 2011 at 2:03 pm

    Hey Aunty G,
    I’m leaving my school this year for sixth form and every year the leavers get to come back after leaving to receive prizes and awards.
    I want to know any high streets that sell long gowns or maxis for an occasion like that.
    Please, write back.

  • Enter your name here rob on April 17th, 2011 at 10:07 pm

    Hi Gok, i have a vehicle registration number you might be interested in, it is 749 GOK, would you be interested in it? Thanks…Rob

  • Anon on April 17th, 2011 at 11:13 pm

    Gok, i think your fantastic! Finally someone in the media promoting real women with real bodies and encouraging confidence that never existed in some women!
    Although, I do have a question for you, I have ‘Cankles’ (not because I’m overweight, because of my genes!!). I haven’t worn a dress in years (I still buy them though), what would be the best way to disguise these?
    Your recommendations/thoughts would be much appreciated!!!

  • Hetha smith on April 17th, 2011 at 11:42 pm

    Type your comment here
    Hello just wanted to say think you are just fab.thanks to you my 3 daughters are being dressed in some real individual pieces my 5 year old loves what you have shown mummy what to do. And a question where can I buy a slip to go under a maxi dress can find a long normal slip but they cut under the arm any ideas . Thanks so much for the inspiration have a great day xx

  • Caroline Fulford on April 18th, 2011 at 10:49 am

    Hi Gok

    absolutely love your programmes and you really are a true inspiration to women who dont beleive in everything about them is good.

    I am fast approaching the BIG 40 this June and unlike me have slipped into a grey cloud, worrying about how I look, how the signs of aging have all of a sudden just appeard and now worrying about what to wear ?

    I would so love to be Goked and keep my fingers crossed that one day I will be invited along to take part in one of your shows.

  • Sarah Anne on April 18th, 2011 at 11:56 am

    Hi Aunty Gok! Just thought i’d let you know that I love your show and my boyfriend loves it too because every time I watch you on telly I feel inspired to put on a pair of stilletoes and style my hair. Thankyou so much for keeping the spice in my relationship and helping women everywhere feel confident + sexc in their own skin!

    Much Love xo

    Sarah Anne from Sydney :)

  • Amy on April 18th, 2011 at 2:21 pm

    heyy im 16 and i hate my body in everyway and i dont no what to do. Im too embarrased to go on your programs and are proberly too young, you inspire me alot please get back to me love amy xxx

  • Novena on April 18th, 2011 at 11:20 pm

    Hi.i am from south africa.dnt miss ur shows.u enspire and give confidence to so much fuller figure woman myself had alot of trauma,dont like my body had so much operations.you make larger sizes feel sexy that what i need desperetly..

  • Isabelle Gregson on April 19th, 2011 at 8:30 am

    Hi Gok! Welcome back to the UK. Have been a huge fan from the beginning – you’re such an inspiration both in the advice you give but also through your drive and unrelenting hard work. Have actually asked for you as my next Christmas present in my latest blog entry. x, Isabelle PS love the designer glasses range.

  • Adele Lythe on April 19th, 2011 at 10:57 am

    Type your comment here
    Hi Gok,
    hope this finds it’s way 2 u, need ur help fast! I am 1 of 4 friends, 1 who has been battling cancer and has now been told there’s nothing more than can do and has about 8-12 mnths left. Would luv 2 arrange with u a special makeover 4 her, as even though she has this knowledge of the end of the road, she is the life and soul of partying! What an inspiration she is!! Please help us 2 give her something special, we no ur the man who can!
    Keep up the good work u do 4 millions, men and women alike, we all luv it and thank you! x x

  • Nreen on April 19th, 2011 at 11:55 am

    Your a true inspiration and if it was’nt for you Gok-I wouldnt know how to dress! Would love to appear on your show :) Your a superstar! x

  • Dion on April 19th, 2011 at 3:06 pm

    As someone who rarely watches TV and very much believes that fashion is what you make of it, I was initially rather suspicious of your show. Not knowing what you did or what your aim was, I stumbled upon a program on TV a while ago during which you revisited your past and talked about your own personal struggle. Intrigued, I started watching your TV shows and I must say Aunty G, you have completely won me over.

    In a society where the media dictates what a woman should look like and what is considered ‘the right size’, I commend you for your work. You inspire women to feel good about themselves, to overcome their fears and to stand up to the social stigma of being thin. I very much hope that you continue your inspiring work and wish you all the very best.

  • Lynne Morey on April 20th, 2011 at 2:48 pm

    Hi Gok, Love your programmes great to have lots of advice keep up the good work xxx

    Want to see more ideas/do you do private advice ????

  • anna on April 20th, 2011 at 4:50 pm

    Dear Gok,
    I really love your programs and I admire what you have done with your life considering a very hard beginning.
    I have a fashion question for you: I am an hourglass, and I’ve heard you over and over say that the hourglass is the best shape. From what I see on tv and years of frustrating shopping experiences, however, it seems to me that if you’re a model/boyish/AA figure you can easily feign being an hourglass; if you are one, it’s impossible to find clothes. My waist is a size 10/12, my thighs a 14/16. No pants fit me nicely, and skirts are not comfortable in the summer because my thoghs chafe and it’s too hot to wear shorts underneat. In fact, the only thing really suiting me are Marilyn-styled dresses, but they’re no good for day-to-day life and in any case I don’t have the confidence to wear them (I can’t even wear heels!).
    What sort of casual clothes do you advice for a real hourglass with fat legs?
    Thank you and very best wishes

  • Holly Vout on April 20th, 2011 at 8:19 pm

    Dear Gok,

    I am a 19 year old student, freelance makeup artist, retail assistant and most recently carer for my mum who has been diagnosed with breast cancer. She will be shortly loosing her hair and as a result of her treatments has already lost all self confidence, i want to find her a nice oversized headscarf so she can rock a 70’s boho look with lots of accessories and feel a bit more like her old self. But i cant find any! only small headbands! Could you give me any ideas or links that may help me?

    Love what you do, and am always so inspired by you to follow my passion,
    keep making women looking beautiful and feeling fabulous!

    Love Holly xx

  • becca on April 20th, 2011 at 9:50 pm

    im reading your book recently and it tought me to be myself more! its so funny and i really do love you! hahaa, my sister saw you at the clothes show a couple of years ago and took a picture for me!! i watch all your programmes:) and always hope you win against brix on fashion fix;) hope soo much ill get to see you on the next clothes show!!!!!!X

  • neha on April 21st, 2011 at 8:15 am

    congratulations on your new website ! i absolutely love what you do : making people feel beautiful about themselves!! I’m from india and will soon be flying to paris to study fashion. you inspire me !! love your work


  • Amybeth Shield on April 21st, 2011 at 11:45 am

    heyyyyy aunty gok :)
    i have read ur autobiography and i think its great and some parts of the book have made me feel more confident about myself 😀 i hope you tour to glasgow or somewhere in scotland soon hope to see you again :)
    love amybeth <3 xx

  • maria frampton on April 21st, 2011 at 12:55 pm

    Hi Gok
    i went to 1 of your shows in brisbane qld australia I love you. You are what we women need my son watches your show with me and thinks you are the best he came with me to see you.My dream would be to have you do a makeover on me.
    much love and hugs maria

  • lost bf love on April 21st, 2011 at 1:37 pm

    Normally I don’t read post on blogs, but I would like to say that this write-up very forced me to try and do so! Your writing style has been amazed me.Thanks, quite nice post

  • Kaylaa on April 21st, 2011 at 2:48 pm

    What you do for woman is amazing :) Every show I watch I feel that little bit better about myself – and I’m not even the one getting made over!! You are GREAT (understatement of the year, I know) but seriously, thank you so much for just being you and helping us woman feel sexy and gorgeous no matter what our shape is :) xxx

  • Amanda on April 21st, 2011 at 7:02 pm

    Just finished reading your autobiography, found it a real inspiration. Now just have to work on developing a similar career. xxx

  • Mark on April 21st, 2011 at 7:20 pm

    I think I have to apologize for my housemate who tried to steal your glasses last night in London. He is very Dutch, you see…and so am I. 😉
    Enjoy your Easter break!


  • georgia on April 22nd, 2011 at 9:55 am

    To aunty.G
    i am 10 years old and im not very happy about my body, i hav the body of a 13yr old (according to my family)and all the people(boys) at school think im realy ugly and fat , so for a special favor can you do a show just for children who arnt happy about there body’s, i will send you my house adress and phone number if you email me. as you can probably see my email is at the top of my comment other wise i coldent comment. xxx
    i watch your show when evr i turn on the telly i go to channel 4 to see when your show is on.
    love from georgia may walther xxxxxx

  • Charlotte Green on April 22nd, 2011 at 3:46 pm

    Hi Gok!! Loving you and all your work!, please can you start selling your Gorgeous range in individual products, i love it so much and want to be able to buy it on a weekly basis :o) Thank you for being just an all round great guy xxxx

  • JULIE SCOTT on April 22nd, 2011 at 8:45 pm

    Hi Gok, I just wanted to tell you how amazing I think you are ! You have changed the way I feel about myself and I’m now happier about myself than I have been for ages.You really are FANTASTIC !!! Thank you and love you loads X

  • Crystal on April 24th, 2011 at 8:19 pm

    I love what you do I think you are amazing and your book brought me to tears.
    I wish you were there every morning when i wake up to dress me, its the worst time of day to me. I had a stressful childhood which lead to a massive growth spurt when i was around the age of 7. I have strech marks everywhere and am constantly covering up my body with hoodies and jeans. The problem is that i am an hourglass figure and can never find any clothes that look good and that I feel comfortable in. I love watching your shows because they give me ideas on what to wear but im only 17 and the people you usually dress are around 30 ! I need to be Gok’ed ! x

  • April on April 25th, 2011 at 2:28 pm

    You are such a big inspiration to me and it would be a dream for me to meet you! I am almost finished ‘Through Think and Thin’ its is amazing and the people you had to help you along the way just sound amazing too eg Elain Olien Kwoklynn and Jess! I would Kill to have people like that! Your just OUTSTANDING And any time your planning to visit Ireland make sure to put it up on the site or in the newzletter because i would love to meet you!
    Love April xxx :*

  • MONICA on April 25th, 2011 at 5:07 pm

    Hi Gok I love you, I love your work and your fashion knowledge I´m from México city but your shows are my favorites and also I learn for help my mom and myself, thank you for your help.

  • jeanette on April 28th, 2011 at 11:41 am

    Hi Gok can yu tell me where i can find your waist clincher from Thank you jeanette.

  • Ashley on April 28th, 2011 at 6:20 pm

    hi Gok,

    I just love the advice you give to women. i really need to know my body shape!! I have no idea. and i would really like to as my sister is getting married and i would love to look great for that bridal shower and rehearsal dinner.

    thanks ashley xx

  • Kimberley Bray on April 29th, 2011 at 4:41 pm

    You are such an inspiration to women around the world and especially me!. You must get so many people telling you inspire them but you really have to me; Reading your book made me realise that things can turn around if you try hard enough. You made your life yours and did what you set out to acheive! and i admire you for that!.
    I’ve only met you once at birmingham in Whsmiths, but it made me see you were real and not some fake celebrity, you were so nice :’)
    I just hope one day i can achieve as much as you have at such an young age and bring as many smiles to peoples faces with my clothes as you have. 😀
    Thankyou! Xx

  • marja on April 29th, 2011 at 10:15 pm

    i just LOVE your show, all of them!!!! when are you going come to come to fix my style? 😉 greetings from finland!!!

  • Maz on April 30th, 2011 at 9:59 am

    I would love to know how you managed to get yourself of laxatives, I am struggling and find it very hard xx

  • BethPears on April 30th, 2011 at 11:26 am

    hiya gok, iv got to say your an insperation to me! I love your work and i always love what you design. im only 12 but i love fashion! Everything i do has something to do with clothes! Ever since i was 2 i used to tell my mum what i waned to wear and if i didnt like the look of something i wouldnt wear it. i dont think there is enough out there for young people intrested as much as i am in clothes and i would love you to d a show for young talent in shopping for fabulous clothes! all i ever wanted to do is to be something to do with fashion and clothes! I love shopping even if im not getting anything i love looing through al the clothes that might give me an idea! People say im original in what i wear! some say they wold never pick that ut but when i put it together the love it! i would love to meet you ad show you what i could do!

    love Bethan<3

  • Anna on April 30th, 2011 at 6:10 pm

    Hi Gok! Fab site! This is exactly what I needed! I’m looking forward to the next episodes of your shows. You’re my inspiration and I admire you!
    Take care,
    kisses form Poland! Love you xoxo

  • Lianne on April 30th, 2011 at 8:58 pm

    Hello Mr Wan,

    I want to thank you for your program: How to look good naked. I’m in a fase were I want to find out how I am en how to be proud on myself. This program is such an inspiring. I love myself and thanks to your funny and serious story’s I want to inspire other young people. Everyone deserves to be happy with themselves. Let’s spread the mission to ban insecurity out of the world. Everyone is beautiful with or without curves.

    I wish you all the best, Gods bless

    X Lianne, from the Netherlands.

  • Emma Goddard on May 1st, 2011 at 9:20 am

    Hi Gok, the website is ace! but I need your advice, I have absolutely massive Boobs and can never find a decent bikini to fit me thats not designed for a granny!!!! All I want is to be able to go on holiday and look fabulous instead of covering up in a tankini that doesn’t fit right!!! Please help!!! they should make gorgeous bikinis for all sizes!!!!

    PS I think your GREAT!!!!!!!

  • Jessica Lane on May 1st, 2011 at 12:33 pm

    hi im jess lane. i love you!!!!!! i met you in bristol once, in costa coffee and you told me i looked gorgeous, best day of my life!!
    i am emailing in on behalf of my mum. my mum is single and has been for 3 years, she is tall and has amazing legs and amazing boobs but she never wears anything to show them. she has no confidence and she hates her body, she wont go clothes shopping and she wont go out with her friends because she never knows what to wear. she locks herself in her house and never likes to go out as she never feels confident. please help her to gain confidence and feel good about her body as she doesnt listen to me. can you help???

  • rebecca guess on May 1st, 2011 at 12:45 pm

    i need your help please get in touch i wana look like a lady im a single mum and hate my body please give me some advicexxxxxxxx

  • Lisa on May 1st, 2011 at 7:21 pm

    Hi Gok!!! Im disabled and have found it hard getting clothes to fit me as I have scoliosis, but since watching your shows I’ve gotten a few good tips. I just wanted 2 say I love everything that you have done and are continuing to do, you inspire me! I would really love to meet you, is there anyway I can?

    I watch and love your shows.

    Lisa xx

  • jaki on May 1st, 2011 at 9:20 pm

    absolutely love what you do. never seen this type of show where it is so positive and helpful and actually improves the way people look and the way they wear clothes. would kill to be styled by you or have some personal tips as i think i am beyond help!

  • Stephanie Wright on May 1st, 2011 at 10:24 pm

    Wooo your amazing! I think your shows are brilliant and you make everyone look gorgeous. I think you are the most stylistic person on the planet ha. I follow you on Twitter and you make me laugh! Good luck in the future, whatever you do will be fabulous Xxxxx

  • Filiz KIREMITCI on May 1st, 2011 at 11:15 pm

    Dear Gok
    I am a pharmacist from Kent. I bought a pair of retro style spectacles from your design from Specsavers around a month and a half ago. Eversince almost everyday I have fabulous complements about my glasses from at least one person every where I go or from my patients at work. I am not beatifull but can say that have a querky sense of dress style and look but this was an interesting bonus on top that. I want to thank you for the design and if one was wanted to advertise their product on purpose they would not achieve as much. This spontenaous complements coming from people I do not even know makes me feel humble and happy. Take care and good luck in your future shows. I am a massive fun of yours.

    Kind regards

  • Rose Marie Armour on May 2nd, 2011 at 10:00 pm

    This is really a request for my husband who is doing a C2C charity bike ride from Tynemouth to Whitehaven over 2 days. He is doing it for http://www.seb4chuf.org and i really hope the people on here can help. Can you please donate to http://www.justgiving.com/seb4chuf and if you cant donate can you just please bring awareness of this cause to any forums, social networking sites you may frequent. If you do donate can you mention the name Scott Armour in the donations message please. Thank you in advance

  • Sarah Dickinson on May 3rd, 2011 at 12:20 pm

    Just wanted to say a HUGE thank you to you for being you. My son who’s 16, told me last week he was gay, and not being a confident young man at all, has used your book to get through all the rotten things life is throwing at him at the mo.You are a huge inspiration to him and I just couldn’t thank you enough. xx

  • Claire on May 3rd, 2011 at 8:12 pm

    Hi Gok,

    I’m getting married in June and not having a typical wedding, and therefore not having a typical dress and have been searching for the right undies to go with the dress as it’s very slightly clingy and I’m a curvy 14-16. I have just tried on your Sassy slip and good Lord, I’ve never looked so sexy. I am totally surprised!!! So much so I had to write on here. I’m off to order more!!!!!! Thank you. C

  • Justine on May 3rd, 2011 at 10:38 pm

    Gok, please help!

    I’m sure you get LOADS of these type of e-mails, but I’m a bit frantic. I’m a 34D, overall size 10 and am turning 40 this year, with a big party to celebrate!
    I’ve got a strappy knee-length summer dress that looks pretty good, but I’m looking for a strapless balconette bra and tummy tucker in a nude shade to make me look Gokilicious! Can you recommend anything in your range?

    Loved your recent Roadshow, and still enjoying repeats of HTLGN on E4!

    Fond regards

  • sally on May 3rd, 2011 at 10:39 pm

    hi gok

    please, please can you help me, my daughter is to be married on august the 20th 2011 and i have not a clue as what to wear.
    I have never been convident about myself, and feel at such a low, i am getting more worried that i am going to look like a sack of potatoes.
    i am a size 20.

    i am not asking to go on television, just a private bit of advise, i just want to feel good and make my daughter proud.

    thank you

    a wanabe yummy mummy
    sally xx

  • Shelli Henderson on May 4th, 2011 at 11:16 am


    my name is Shelli Henderson and i’ve recently been in the news with my weight loss story. I have gone from a size 22 to a size 10.

    I really need your help, I have no idea how to dress! I walked into a shop recently and the choice was so overwhelming that i ended up leaving in tears with no clothes.

    i currently own 2 pairs of leggings, one t-shirt and one jumper. I was so looking forward to being slim so i can buy nice clothes, but i cant do it. I dont know how to dress this new body.


  • Kimberley Hewer on May 4th, 2011 at 2:56 pm

    Hello Our Gorgeous Gok!
    You are such a down to earth inspirational person and would like to thank you for the information and guidance you have given me and all my yummy mummy chums to make us feel womanly after having children.
    I help run and support a breast feeding support group in Yate, South Glos (near Bristol) and obviously the majority of us mum’s now have wobbly tummys and saggy boobs thanks to our little darlings! But with your help and advice through TV and books, you have helped my closer friends start to feel normal.
    I would like to pass on your glorious guidance and info to the new incoming mum’s into the group, and would like a top ten (or simular) list for new mums/mum’s to be to help get them feeling more confident.
    Is there any advice you can give to mum’s to win back there bodies after they’ve had to share it for 9+ months?
    Thanks Aunty Gok!
    Kimberley xxx
    (on behalf of Breast of Friends, Sure Start Centre, Yate)

  • kelly on May 5th, 2011 at 3:11 pm

    hi gok wan i am a 26 yr old mum who lives in widnes and needs your help have not had a good time these past couple of years have had operations poor health and depression and all myself confidence has gone out the window and would love for you to help me would love to be on your show feel u would really help me as you are my idle. hope u can give me my life back so i can feel sexy again thanks kelly

  • Seluvaia on May 5th, 2011 at 10:19 pm

    Hey Gok, i love your show and i watch it over and over again. i really like how you create stuff from the smallest of things ( eg your jewellery, accessories etc ) id like it if you could help me out on making new accessories to help out my plain and dull outfits and also help me with my waredrobe (: which im pretty sure everyone would LOOOVE you to do. where else can i watch your shows without them cutting out and showing more than what is veiwed on tv? Love yah, bye (: xxxx

  • beata on May 6th, 2011 at 8:46 pm

    i am from Poland and i like to watch every programs with you and i am very big fan your warms nature and big and sensitive heart for every ladies.thanks Gok for a very good jop for every woman:)Beata

  • Ewelina on May 7th, 2011 at 3:10 pm

    Hey, greetings from Poland, It is a pity that we do not have someone like you, we have no such persons, which can be heard loudly. Do you have a way to identify yourself what are you? Hourglass, pear, brick, etc … I can not tell what I am. I would like to ask for advice with it , the life would be easier.
    Ewelina (20) Poland

  • Enter your name here Pamela on May 8th, 2011 at 8:21 am

    Love watching/listening to you, you’re a huge inspiration from hearing you talk of the battles you’ve had in your own life.

    Do you ever offer personal advice? I’m a 40+ trying to find an outfit for a Graduation (daughters not mine) that will serve well for a wedding soon after….struggling is an understatement!!

    Lots of luck with the new venture :o)

  • samantha on May 8th, 2011 at 5:21 pm

    Hello Gok – Im 16 And Im 10stone And I In Early Secondary School I Got Bullied For Being Fat And Ugly And Now Because Of That I Have Gone Through My Teen Life Finking Im Fat – Im Now In Yr11 And Still Think The Same My Porm Is Coming Up And Im Not Going Becuase Of Scared Of What People Will Think And Because Im Fat.
    And I Get Told I Have Curves And Good Legs By My Mates But The Past Haunts Me – I Will Also Wear Winter Clothes In The Summer As Summer Clothes Are Tight And Will Show My Body
    – Aunty Gok Wahts the Best Thing I Can Do
    Loce Samanatha x

  • Alison on May 8th, 2011 at 5:23 pm

    Hi Gok, love you on how to look good naked. Do you have any tips on what to wear for a wedding abroad, i get married next year and would love your opinion especially for shorter wedding dresses x

  • Kristy Shannon on May 8th, 2011 at 8:29 pm

    Dear Gok i am in third year at school and desperate to follow a career in designing fashion. i need to do work experience this year and so could you please suggest anywhere i could try in Glasgow? i think it is just amazing the way you transform an ordinary piece of clothing into a catwalk design, you are my inspiration! would really appreciate your help
    regards Kristy Shannon (age 14)

  • Ellie Cameron on May 8th, 2011 at 8:40 pm

    Hi Gok,

    I really want to be a fashion stylist too and have looked into the career path a lot to find you need experience and contacts.
    I was just wondering whether you would be able to point me in the right direction or sugggest anything to me that would help me out. Any events, any work experience, just things like that.
    Ellie .xox

  • Heather on May 9th, 2011 at 9:57 am

    I know everyone in the world probably says this but I really do need your help with what i wear and what i should wear, Can you tell me is there likely to be anymore series of how to look good naked so i can apply xxxxx

  • Angela on May 9th, 2011 at 12:05 pm

    Hi Gok loving the site, But the real reason I’m e-mailing you is because my niece Jessica is a really big fan of yours, she follows all your tips when she watches your tv shows, reads your book, has a giant poster of you on her wall.

    And I want to get her the best birthday present ever because she turns 18 on the 17th of June, and I was wondering if you could send any freebies and an official photograph signed by yourself. Jessica is a big girl,who lacks self-confident an self esteem, I would like her to be happy but finds it hard to find the right outfits for her shape, Jessica is such a polite young person who will help others before herself, And would be very appreciated if you could give Jessica some tips,on what sort of out fits would be best on her. Once again it would be the best 18th birthday present and she would be very greatfull to have her fashion icon be part of her big day.

    Kind regards

    Angela Birkett xxx

  • Jo Haddock on May 10th, 2011 at 12:09 pm

    Hi Gok,
    I am a regular watcher of all your programmes, I think you are amazing at what you do – transforming women who just want to hide away and go around unnoticed into blooming gorgeous creatures believing in themselves and embracing what their mamma’s gave them!!!! I WANT TO BE GOK’d…I NEED TO BE GOK’d :o) Love you. Jo x x x

  • belinda on May 10th, 2011 at 5:21 pm

    Hi, I would just like to say I love your shows ‘how to look good naked’ I had a baby recently and whilst feeling horrible about my body, my husband showed me where I was in a line of your women, and I honestly thought I was bigger! It is such an amazing show, real women. Thank you, you inspire me and probably majority of women in uk. Xxx we love you

  • Rosemary on May 10th, 2011 at 7:34 pm

    Type your comment here I have been trying to contact you, to ask a question for a long time, but could not find an email address, i am a large lady but have small boobs and cannot find a nice t shirt bra to fit. I got measured in a bra shop and they told me to by a 40 dd. But it was killing me. at the moment i am wearing a bra from Avon. 42c. as it is the largest size but still looks good, but i need to wear a bra extender, which makes the staps slip all the time, where can i get a bra that fits right, but still looks good and not an old lace one.

  • Tanya Mahon on May 11th, 2011 at 10:06 am

    I love your shows, i have them all on record and watch them once my little ones are asleep, My one wish is to be on your show!
    Keep up the good work, your a star

  • talisha on May 11th, 2011 at 7:20 pm

    i just really want you to know how much i love you and how much i admire you… i read all your books and watch all your shows, i read all the magazines your in and have posters of you!! i really really want to meet you, but dont know when your at a signing or something. your my totall legend and i cant wait for your next auto biography. you totally amazing!!!!!! :) :) :) xxxxxxx

  • talisha on May 11th, 2011 at 7:23 pm

    i have kept on writting on your fan site because i think your totally amazing!!!!!!! you really really inspire me, ad im just waiting for your reply now!! i love look at your websites and seeing what your up to…. wel done gok, keep up the good work!!!!
    much, much hugs and kisses!!!

    talisha xxxxx 😉 :)

  • Karen on May 11th, 2011 at 7:32 pm

    Hi Gok, its fabulous how confident you make women feel about thier bodies, a member of my staff is so unconfident about her body (when she REALLY doesnt need to be.!) she has just been told by a nurse that she is obese which has really knocked her confidence more, any chance you could pay a visit to our store whisk her away and work your magic on her mind? Much love Karen.xxx

  • Lauren Elizabeth Buckby on May 11th, 2011 at 10:12 pm

    I met you at Birmingham on sunday at the martial arts show and I must say I nearly fainted after I got myy picture taken with you because you are such an inspiration to me . I was shocked to findout you were a martial artist after hearing you tell us all about it :) It was nice to see a celebritiy act the same as they do on TV in real life x
    you are my fairy Gokmother iv learnt so much from you

    love Lauren :) x

  • Ellii Olivia Gibbs ♥ on May 12th, 2011 at 7:08 pm

    I love how I can watch someone get as excited about fashion as I do!! You’re a real inspiration!!!!
    I’m 14 and on July 16th me and my friends are putting on a fashion show (with A LOT of fairy lights!!) in aid of the Multiple Sclerosis Charity and I AM SOOOOOOOOOO EXCITED!! So far we’ve got our vintage section sorted and we can’t wait to add more!! We have been using many of your tips like hair bands on shoulders and any tips to make the night as amazing as possible would be great!! Big hugs, Ellii ♥

  • Sam Williams on May 12th, 2011 at 8:19 pm

    You are a brilliant man, and what is nice is that you know how people feel because of your own experiences, I really think that everyone could do with a best friend like you.

    I would like to write you a private letter because i have my own dilemma that i am so low about and i really do my familys head in about, but being in a wheelchair myself i just don’t know what to do, well i do but its not an option lol, so do you have an address we/i can write to you?.

    Love ya Gok keep it up mate, as we all need you in our lives xxx

  • David Hockey on May 13th, 2011 at 2:07 pm

    Gok, please please please do the BIG men a favour for a change.

    I get sent loads of menswear clothing catalogues from outsize companys, the likes of “High & Mighty” and “John Banks” etc etc. The pages are full of male models that look like they need to eat a fish supper or three.

    Please can you use your influence to get them to show more “realistic” models wearing the clothes, giving better representation of how we will ‘really’ look when we put them on.


  • Kelly Anderson on May 13th, 2011 at 8:01 pm

    Hi Gok, I am loving your site! I am blogging on a more serious note however. I am a primary school Headteacher in North Yorkshire and I am very interested in your curriculum campaign. We pride ourselves on pastoral care at our school and I totally agree with your vision to make curriculum changes and help young people appreciate the way they look. I believe this is equally as important for the primary age range as it is for secondary pupils. I would love to get involved, how can I help?! I would love you to visit our school to discuss the issues you are striving to highlight and if we can help as a school in any way it would be our pleasure.
    I look forward to hearing from you,
    Kind regards, Kelly

  • derek orr on May 13th, 2011 at 10:28 pm

    my daughter needs some serious advice for her 18th..thank you..

  • Aileen McLean on May 13th, 2011 at 11:14 pm

    Type your comment here

    Gok I have always wanted to go to Wimbledon, it’s a lifetime dream. I applied for tickets in the ballot and I have got tickets for the men’s final. My hubby and I are going and I want us to look fabulous. It has got to be Andy Murray’s tournament. What should we wear apart from a Scotland flag. I want us to look smart but casual. I have got my new prescription sunglasses but need more than that.


  • Carla on May 14th, 2011 at 8:45 am

    Hi gok, first I really like your show, I’m 5ft 3 and have no curves what sort of dresses shall I wear I always struggle with this problem, xx

  • Emily on May 14th, 2011 at 6:55 pm

    Hey Gok, i really love what you do, it makes me happy when i see you help people get their confidence back :) I was wondering if you could give me some advice? i am a teenager with serious self confidence issues, and my mum constantly feels frumpy and refuses to go out. You got any advice for us? xx

  • Trudy Dunlop on May 15th, 2011 at 4:04 am

    Hi Gok,
    I am a recent fan of your show…I am amazed how you make woman feel comfortable in their own bodies no matter size, age, race etc… I am a 47 year old divorcee, a Mother of two sons and I’m also a Parapelgic. I was born with a congenital disorder known as Spina Bifida. To make a very long story short…due to my disability, my body is deformed. Over the years I have had to endure surgerys which have added to my disfigurement i.e.recently I had to have both my legs amputated. Since then my confidence has become an “all time low”. I hate looking in the mirror and although I was married to an abled-bodied man for 20 years and have had a couple of relationships since my divorce…I now feel I’m too hidious for any man to love. I was watching your show and wondered if you would have any ideas how someone like myself could dress herself back to feeling confident and like a woman? I have asked around and as far as I know..the “Disability Sector” has not been explored regarding fashion. If you could help me with any suggestions I would very much appreciate it. Thank you Gok for helping women all across the Globe feel great…woman with disabilities would appreciate this as well. Kind Regards, Trudy Dunlop.

  • Marian Taylor on May 15th, 2011 at 10:02 am

    Hi Gok
    My 14 year old daughter is gorgeous i know every mum thinks that but mine is people stop and look at her in the street 5 foot eleven! 59 kg a perfect size 8/10 long blonde hair! but size 9and a half/10 feet
    Nothing fits “tall” ranges are for office workers black trousers etc and just not fashionable enough for a teenage girl who is mad keen on proper fashion not just street style! she sells avon to get money to buy VOGUE and tries to style from what she can buy
    She wants to do fashion journalism at uni may be thats the way to change it from the inside out. Please Gok help point us in the right direction.

  • Debbie Caithness on May 15th, 2011 at 11:31 am

    Dear Gok,

    I do find you inspirational and your gokettes are also a inspiration to me. I am size 14 with an hourglass figure (I look good naked), I also have very long legs. I have a disability with my spine which has caused me to not be able to wear heels any more. So I have taken to wearing flat boots like CAT boots that are slightly bikerish in style, Rocket Dogs and my 14 eyelet Doc Martins. What I am wondering is if you can give me some advice on different flat shoes and different styles that complements them.

    I would really appreciate the advice.

    Debbie xxx

  • Amy jamieson on May 15th, 2011 at 2:18 pm

    Hey just wanted to say i love watching all you’re shows. I think you are fab! :-)

  • sonia obrien on May 15th, 2011 at 3:10 pm

    hi im a massive fan and think gok has a great talent and works wonders with people but i think i would be the one gok couldnt make look good in clothes let alone naked.keep up the good work and look forward to watching you again soon.sonia x

  • sarah on May 16th, 2011 at 12:30 am

    HELP….i need you. any chance of sending you a pic so you can tell me my body shape i watch your show and think its amazing just havent seen a woman with my body shape, i can never get jeans to fit and have never worn a dress im going to the races soon and would love to wear one plz help xx

  • Martina on May 16th, 2011 at 11:22 am

    Hello there!!

    Finally I found your fanpage 😀

    I watch your shows in Dutch TV, and they have so many useful tips! It’s making me aware that I have a lovely body, instead of the ‘whale’ I used to think I was. There is color appearing in my wardrobe, I even bought a corset! Something I didn’t dare to get before.

    You have made a difference with your simple yet effective tips, even for those of us with a minimum to spend.

    At my wedding last winter I have worn my skirt, which has been hanging here for pretty much 7 years now. I combined it with some simple things I had in the closet and it turned out great. Thanks for all your great tips and your advice!!

    Keep going!!!!

    Big hugs, Martina (Netherlands)

  • Jemma Oswald on May 16th, 2011 at 1:12 pm

    Hi Gok,

    My friend is a HUGE fan of yours and its her birthday coming up, is there any way that you could maybe send her a signed photo of you please? We sit and watch the show together every week and think that you are amazing :)

    Hope you can make my friend really happy,

    Jemma xx

  • Sarah Blow on May 16th, 2011 at 2:39 pm

    Hi Gok, I am a student from Liverpool Hope Christian Union, and we are running and Events week in November with lots organised for all students at our Uni, or from other Unis, including free lunch bars and different evening events. These help bring people closer together. One of our events in which we would like to do is run a fashion show as we believe this would bring students and fashion together and bring on conversations. We were wondering if you would be willing to get involved in running a fashion show with us and helping us. We know how big you are in the eyes of the public. We feel this would be a huge event. We are lacking in funds so are needing some help to come up with ideas to run this fashion show. Please could you email me back on the email address above. I will be looking forward to hearing from you.
    Sarah Blow

  • Kasia on May 17th, 2011 at 11:09 am

    I Love You Gok!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Elizabeth Anne Mountain on May 17th, 2011 at 12:00 pm

    Hi Aunty Gok,
    I no i mite be a pain buh ur like my idol i do write to you on twitter but i dnt no if you have got them. just wanna say that you inspire me and i really want to meet you and as your 30 miles away from sheffield i want to say how long you there for and as i put on your twitter i wanted to do a photoshoot for my nan as she had breast cancer and she survived it. hope your well you look fab and hope you get in touch xxx

  • Jaclyn on May 17th, 2011 at 2:41 pm

    Hi! I’m America, but my boyfriend is Scottish. When I was over visiting I saw your show and LOVED it. It was the episode when you were competing against another fashion designer. You were making high-end items on a budget.

    My question is: Is there ANY way in the world that you would recreate for me the tartan dress that you designed on this show, for my wedding reception? We will probably be getting married in the US, but we’ll have a big Scottish reception. He will be wearing his kilt for this, and I would LOVE to have a tartan dress in his family’s tartan print, just like the dress you created!

    Thanks so much!

  • Liz on May 17th, 2011 at 11:26 pm

    Type your comment here. Personally, I love watching your show, seeing how much difference you can make to the way people feel about themselves is fantastic and clearly life changing. In my work i chair a group of professionals working towards reducing the number of teenage conceptions and deliveries in our locality and whilst we recognise factors influencing young peoples choices around sexual health are multi-faceted undoubtedly young peoples confidence and self esteem are clearly intertwinned. I would be really interested in working with you on this – teenage pregnancy rates nationwide, although on a downward trend remain the highest in europe. I think it is clearly linked to the campaign you are heading up on body confidence in the school curriculum and as the government are commited to reducing teenage conceptions the link may be an added angle in which to engage the interest of the government. We would clearly love for you to come to our area, engage our young people and kick off an added dimension to your body confidence campaign. Look forward to hearing from you.
    Keep the shows coming.

  • Hannah Hilditch on May 18th, 2011 at 3:28 pm

    Im an A level student taking fashion and textiles and i have decided i would like to base my project on the type of work you do, taking high street/recycled material and making them into a fashion garment, i was wondering if there was any advice or places i could visit to see what you’ve done to help me with my research. Anything you could give me would be a great help! Thank you xx

  • Rebecca Kean on May 20th, 2011 at 10:04 am

    HHHEEELLLPPPP. Please gok can you help me. i’m a very out and proud lesbian but i have no style sense i’m very femme which i love but i hate no being able to gay it up. when i do try i just look silly. what can i do so that i’m fashionably gay and so when i’m out with my partner people will actually see were a couple rather that just a gay girl and a straight looking girl.
    ps. love you…. you rock. mwah

  • Cara Moscardini on May 21st, 2011 at 10:15 am

    Hi Gok iam 11 years old and love your show when i watch your show i will always go to the next one ever series and put them on record or reminder if my dad lets me if not i would just put you on in my room. Its not just me that loves you in our house my sister Abi loves you to she has yuor book when she manages to finish it i will get a change to read it my friend said its great so i want to see for my self. Gok i love you that much i wish you could come to my house i love you that much so please report back to me to see if my lifes dream will come true.Xxxxxxxxxx

    Cara Moscardini


  • yolande on May 21st, 2011 at 2:01 pm

    gok i so admire what you do for women but i have a huge problemhad 3 tumours and lots of chemo radiotherapy and a colostomy and just can’t find affordable clothes which make me feel feminine would appreciate some advice from the best

  • christina on May 21st, 2011 at 11:37 pm

    is there a mini version of u? one i can carry in my pocket and pull out when needed? love what u do!!!!!

  • Amber on May 22nd, 2011 at 10:01 am

    I want to be a stylist when i am older and i really admie your work! i was just wondering if i could have any tips? it would be a great help,
    Thank you

  • Becky Holdsworth on May 22nd, 2011 at 10:18 am

    Love all your shows Gok! Most sundays I’m camped out infront of E4 watching how to look good naked. However, I was looking at your range of shapewear and general lingerie, as I find it very difficult to find a bra that fits me right, but you have nothing for A cups! What about us flat chested gals! We need bras that fit too! Much love and keep up the inspiring work!

  • Nai77 on May 22nd, 2011 at 10:24 am

    Hi Gok,
    There’s no doubt you’re a genius and an inspiration to many. My issues are the same as many who I’ve seen you style I’ve had two kids and have completely changed shape and size, I hate my mum tum and it’s greatly affected my relationship with my husband. I’ve watched you restyle similar women and it’s fantastic how their confidence has improved.

    I think there is a grieving process that many Mums go through losing part of their identity (I’ve gone from top heavy to pear shape without the benefit of the small waist and flat tummy, I’m a size bigger and feel unhealthy). Being bombarded by images of Colleen Rooney bouncing back into shape after her first child and the likes makes me feel a complete failure (but then I’m not a multi millionaire with access to a personal trainer)! All mum’s are exhausted, hormonal, many are skint and have no time to bother with themselves, we come bottom of the pile and as you frequently point out the media doesn’t help!

    I wonder if you’d consider doing a show to let Mum’s know just how to come to terms with their new shape and if you’re determined to try and get your old body back through diet and exercise just how time consuming, exhausting, expensive (and often futile) it can be. It might encourage Mums to be to eat more healthily when pregnant, set some realistic goals and be prepared to embrace the changes positively. As you’re someone who lost a lot of weight I’m sure you also understand how not everyone will be satisfied with accepting their weight.

    Weight gain and change of body shape it the most frequented topic of conversation amongst my Mum friends and I’m certain we’re not alone.

  • Bert on May 22nd, 2011 at 11:06 am

    Hi Gok, I love your show and its ability to raise conference in woman, I think this is a great gift that you have. I have separated from my wife and she was the one with all the fashion sense and loved to shop. My self confidence is at an all time low.

    I am wondering if you or your team can give me some tips. I am mr average, I am 5’7 tall slim build waist 33 and 30 inside leg, chest 42. I have a slight curvature of the spine which I am very aware of. I hope that some tips would help me get my self confidence back on track so that I would have the confidence to go out and meet new people and a new woman. I just want to look my best that is all. Thanks Bert

  • Juzzer on May 22nd, 2011 at 1:03 pm

    Hello Gok,
    I love watching you on the telly. You really give women the confidence to dress well whatever their age or shape. As a chunky (and recently rather spotty!) 40 year old living on the French Riviera, I could do with your fashion advice (and hair-do advice!) Even my husband says so – cheeky sod! It’s difficult to find what suits you when your shape has recently changed! My trouble is I won’t buy anything nice because I’m intent on losing weight (since 2007….) and now I get my fashion fix from spending money on clothes for my daughter who is stunningly beautiful and who looks great in what I buy her!
    I look forward to seeing on the telly again soon!

  • Katy Angel on May 22nd, 2011 at 4:05 pm

    Gorgeous Gok,
    I’m 13 years old and my dream is become like you, to meet you or to even just contact you. i would like to be a fashion designer, i can sew and design and have fab ideas. i am very tall and would like to be a model, but am not super skinny, which is what people want now, tall models but not super skinny ones. i could model my own designs and would absolutely love your advice on where to start, like who i could contact to push me in the right direction 😉 I love you, you’re absolutely amazing, please try to come to Southport and would be amazing to hear from you! XXXX <3

  • Roxanna on May 23rd, 2011 at 2:19 am

    Hi. Hmm this is my first time writing something on the blog. Anyway, hmm I am a big girl. Unfortunatly. And I love fashion. I draw it, design and make it. And I love every moment of it. I have always been inspired by your work.
    The thing is though is that I want to take it to the next level, how would I go about this?

  • Claire Gay on May 23rd, 2011 at 11:27 am

    Hi Auntie Gok!

    I have been watching some of the old episodes of HTLGN recently and reruns of Fashion Fix etc and it has made me realize just how I bad I feel about how I look. I am a huge size 22 and have no idea how to dress myself to look slimmer and disguise or hide my stomach without looking pregnant. The only times in my life I have had even a bit of confidence in how I looked was during my 2 pregnancies but then the resulting effect that the last pregnancy had on my body has just made me feel even worse and I just dont know where to start. The Body Shape Finder Tool thingy I have used tells me my body shape is a ‘Medium Height Hour-Glass Figure’ which I most definitely am not! Can you help or at least give me some pointers to emphasize my huge ‘Bangers’ and hide my fat flabby wobbly stomach!

    Love and hugs and snogs
    Claire xXx

    ps. You are absolutely ace for the confidence you manage to give to so very many women out there. THANK YOU xXx

  • Vixx. on May 23rd, 2011 at 3:27 pm

    Hey Gok! I think your a real inspiration to everyone who is body conscious out there! You don’t change how people look, instead you make them see their true beauty! You’re absolutely amazing! I hope that I can one day meet you! Your my idol. I love you. :’) Mwah! xxx

  • Sophie caruana on May 23rd, 2011 at 4:50 pm

    Hi Gok, I’m making my own styles in my free time (and that’s nearly every day after school!) I will send you some off my drawings, but in meantime keep that glimmering smile on and I will to!!!!!!!!!:)

  • sophie caruana on May 24th, 2011 at 3:24 pm

    Hi i love watching you on the TV when you make all those girls look amzing and i will try to send those pics of my work soon keep on smiling!!!!!!!:)

  • Jenny on May 25th, 2011 at 8:00 am

    Hi gok Jenny here. Its my birthday at the end of this month so I will be 21 and it would mean the world to me if you said happy bday to me please u r my idol and insperation

  • Deb on May 25th, 2011 at 4:21 pm

    Hi Auntie G X, when will you be coming to the northants area, Id love to meet you and have some of your fantastic advise on how to dress sexy etc, I think your fantastic, gorgeous and so funny on your twitter, please come to northants for a visit xxxxx

  • leigh harney on May 25th, 2011 at 7:35 pm

    gok … im such a big fan of yours
    i love your style just the way you are i love your tweets …
    and your fan site is just the best xxxx
    my form at school has made a twitter for gok wan its called gok wan fan page we need more followers so its @gokwanfanpage please please we need more of you guys on there thanks love yah aunty g xxxxxx

  • Collette on May 26th, 2011 at 3:15 pm

    A true fashion icon for real women!!! love the shows you are inspirational!

    much love

    Collette xx

  • peter on May 26th, 2011 at 10:56 pm

    no idea if you will read this sir, but heres hoping anyway. I really need som eserious help in what to wear. Ive been working in a gym for the last few years and my body shape has changes and all i seem to wear now are tracksuits, and really struggle to find clothes that suit me, i use to like fitted clothes, im not big now but still struggling to find clothes that suit my shape, please help .

  • Jackie Coen on May 27th, 2011 at 12:04 am

    Hi Gok,

    I am from England but emigrated to Canada in 2004. I have watched how you have changed the lives of women in UK and other countries. Thanks…


  • Leni McPherson on May 27th, 2011 at 1:49 pm

    Hi Gok,

    Truly you are the epitome of gorgeousness and your devotion to women’s personal prosperity just makes you more so!

    My name is Leni. I adore your brand & clearly you genuinely love what you do. You make so many women’s lives better. It’s a rare & beautiful calling.

    I write to request that, like “The Donald” (aka Donald Trump) you run your own apprentice-style show. If this comes to pass, I would like to be your first applicant!

    I work in natural skincare but I would happily give it all up tomorrow to join you in your mission to improve the esteems & lives of real women!

    Thank you for today & all that is to come!

    Warmest regards & sincere thanks,
    Leni McPherson, New Zealand.

  • Jo Bonner, Liverpool on May 28th, 2011 at 10:13 am

    It’s Saturday morning and i’m having my ‘Gok Shot’! It might be a repeat but one I haven’t yet seen and already i’ve had tears in my eyes from how Angela is starting to feel. You do it to me every time, Gok, I cry with happiness at how these women feel after you’ve worked your magic on them. You’re the best ‘pick me up’ any girl could dream of having. What you do for these lucky ladies (lucky as you chose them to help) is truly admirable, you turn their worlds around! Keep it up, Gok, so many people need to be Gokked (p.s. I want to start a campaign to get ‘Gok’ / ‘Gokked’ in the Oxford Dictionary as I use it when suggesting to friends how to they should ‘Gk’ up their outfits!!), including my mum – i’d love you to hang her 30 pairs jeans and saggy, baggy tops on a washing line blowing over the River Mersey – she’d pass out! Haha! You do an amazing job and please keep on with the crusade. Jo xx

  • Claire on May 28th, 2011 at 2:20 pm

    OMG! i’ve been obsessed with since i was like 7, i always watch your shows, i even have them on series record :P, when i met you ar the clothes show last year it was the best 5 seconds of my life, i almost fainted, but it was worth it, heeehee.
    when i read your book through thick and thin, it brought me to tears in parts, made me chuckle in others, it also inspired me you went through so much as a teenager and you’ve come out so strong, and have made so much of life. I think your truely amazing, MY HEROO 😀 iloveyou even though i dont know you heeheeee, claire xx p.s. i have about 60 bits of your bath lotions and washes its lush!

  • Alexandra on May 29th, 2011 at 9:55 am

    Hey GOK!!!!!
    I want to know how you do it! Turn a woman or man with little confidence into someone who can love themselves?!?!
    I hate the way I look, never been able to look in the mirror and like what I see. Nobody listens or understands! I need your help. Have you any tips and info to help me out?
    I tried to get on how to look good naked, but there are no more series planned.
    Lots of GOK LOVE!!!!!!


  • Debbie Kaye on May 29th, 2011 at 10:20 am

    I think you are AMAZING!!! An inspiration to all women. Love you xx

  • Samantha Goodman on May 29th, 2011 at 10:44 am

    Gok there is many fans in New Zealand & some of us are wondering what are you doing now ???? are you still doing shows or taking a break as your show shows all that no matter what size you are you always can look fab ….a fan of yours …bigs hugs x x

  • Tina Armitage on May 29th, 2011 at 6:36 pm

    Hi Gok, i love your shows and find it really useful when you tell us about what to wear for your body shape. It’s a train crash when i go shopping as i have absolutely no idea what suits my shape so wouldn’t it be fantastic if the major high street stores started to put symbols on the labels ( apple symbol or pear symbol for eg )this would give you more confidence to purchase because you know this garment actually does suit your particular body shape. Just an idea!!!!

  • Janice on May 29th, 2011 at 10:03 pm

    hi auntie gok fashion tips are great but i need extra help with colours that can be matched hey you are the best at fashion tips xxxx

  • Amsterdam and San Diego Shelley on May 30th, 2011 at 7:48 pm

    You are the bomb, my darling! I’m an American living part time in Amsterdam and love “How to Look Good Naked” every time it was broadcast, albeit irregularly. Would love to have your help sometime or see a road show, so keep your fans posted about your whereabouts. All the best and a big mwah (kiss) from a big ol’ dyke herself!

  • hannah louise on May 30th, 2011 at 11:26 pm

    hi Gok i love you to bits i think your amazing i think that what you do helping people relizes how to dress right and being confident what ever shape and size you have helped me lots with my self confidence , i think that what you should do is around prom time is pick one lucky girl and give them a make over and make all there dreams come true it would be so amazing … i love you and i will follow you through thick and thin xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

  • Celia on May 31st, 2011 at 8:54 am

    Hi there Gok…..I’m a great fan of yours and what you have done for womens underwear. Please tell me why I can no longer find the Pull Me In Pants or Paperazzi Pants in my size 22 in any of the usual outlet catalogues. It’s your underwear I love, I don’t want any other. Celia.XX

  • Hannah G on May 31st, 2011 at 5:04 pm

    Hi Gok

    Love your show, if you were mine for the day I would get you to help me fix the horror that is Bridesmaid dresses. I had some made with a well known designer, they have now been delivered and they are so horrible I cried for two days and I’m not even a Bridezilla. Now have two months to find new dresses and all my girls are different shapes and sizes and all the dresses I see online that we love are not available in the sizes to fit my girls. I need a fairy Gok Mother!

  • Sharon on June 1st, 2011 at 9:19 am

    Hi Gok, I’m sure you get thousands of requests for help and advice, but do you do personal makeovers?? I would love to buy an hour or 2 for my sisters 40th birthday. She’s having a really hard time and I keep saying life begins at 40 – so a personal shopping trip and new look would be just what the doctor ordered. x

Recent comments