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In the world of high fashion, image is everything. Styles come and go, and the only constants are the super thin beauties who wear them. How can an ordinary girl from Queens possibly fit in? If you took a moment to get to know Betty Suarez[Farera], you'd see how sweet, intelligent and hard-working she is (if a bit fashion-challenged).

When publishing mogul Bradford Meade handed the reigns of Mode, the bible of the fashion industry, over to his son, Daniel[Mabus], he specifically hired Betty as his son's new assistant - mostly because she was the only woman Daniel wouldn't sleep with. Both outsiders in their own way, Daniel and Betty form an unlikely team!

Together Daniel and Betty meet many new friendly people such as Christina McKinney[Jensen] and the few not so friendly people like MODE's two 'bitches' Amanda and Marc[Newton, Urie] and the ultimate queen of me of mean Wilhelmina Slater[Williams], just what will Betty and Daniel do!?
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  • Season 4 in the UK

    •, Season 4 will premiere in the UK in August 2010 and it will complete its 20-episode run by December 2010. However, it will no longer be shown on Channel 4 but will be exclusive to E4

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  • Ugly Betty hits the big screen?

    • Rumours that Ugly Betty will hit the big screen are already doing the rounds.

    If you've been wondering how you're going to survive without your weekly Ugly Betty fix once the fourth and final season finishes then rest easy. The show may be ending for good - the last ever episode aired in the US last night - but rumours are circulating that a movie is in the works.

    Anna Oritz, who plays Hilda Suarez, told Latina magazine this week, 'There may be a movie. It’s something that we’ve been talking about and it’s something that America Ferrera would really love to do. That woman has so much determination that I can’t imagine anything she puts her mind to not getting done.'

    Wouldn't you love to see Betty and her braces on the big screen?

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  • • 10 reasons 'Ugly Betty' will be missed

    • Just when I thought the week couldn't get any worse, ABC decided to cancel "Ugly Betty."

    I had a bad feeling that might happen when the show was suddenly on at 10 p.m. on Friday nights, when no one cool (besides me) is home to watch it. The show will end in April due to the ailing ratings in the past two seasons. I bet the reason they lost viewers was that "Betty" moved times and days so much; I actually didn't know it was still on during most of season three.

    Steve McPherson, the president of ABC, and executive producer Silvio Horta issued this statement: "We are announcing now as we want to allow the show ample time to write a satisfying conclusion."

    The only satisfying conclusion for me would be if they said, "Just kidding! We love 'Betty'!" They have moved the show to Wednesdays at 10 p.m. (ET), which is going to confuse even more viewers. But since there's nothing that can be done at this point, let's celebrate what it was with the top ten things we loved about "Ugly Betty."

    1. Betty Just Got Cute. Betty was finally starting to understand fashion. She still sports mismatching patterns, braces, and the occasional poncho, but Betty's style had just become, well, stylish!

    She learned how to incorporate designer labels and wears fewer rainbows. She also found clothing that complements her figure, got contacts, and fixed her hair. It seemed like we were really close to losing the braces, which were a good effect originally, but come on, adult braces for four years? Give the girl a break!

    2. The Guest Stars. The show had the absolute best, from executive producer Salma Hayek to Lindsay Lohan, who played a fast-food employee-turned-assistant.

    Other notable guests: Martha Stewart, Tim Gunn, Isaac Mizrahi, Lucy Liu, Jerry O'Connell, AnnaLynne McCord, Rebecca Gayheart, Kenneth Cole, James Van Der Beek, Victoria Beckham, Vera Wang, Betty White, Debi Mazar, Gene Simmons, Christian Siriano, Naomi Campbell, Nina Garcia, Larry King, Regis Philbin, Kelly Ripa, Adele, Joy Behar, Elisabeth Hasselbeck, Antonio Sabàto, Jr., and Rachel Maddow. What other show can boast that many in just four seasons?

    3. Betty's Many Hotties. Betty gave me hope in men.

    Sure, it's just a TV show, but her confidence in herself gave me more confidence in myself. And it also brought out my competitive side. If Betty can rope in intelligent, kindhearted men with jobs, why can't I? It still gives me middle-school memory shudders of kissing with braces (for some reason I thought the clear ones would be subtle, but once there's food in them, they're equally grotesque), but seeing Betty get every nerd hottie that crosses her path was downright inspirational.

    4. Marc and Amanda. They are pretty much the best part of the show. The fashion-obsessed receptionist and her gay best friend, who went from being Wilhelmina's assistant to a junior fashion editor. They adore each other, share everything, and endlessly make fun of Betty. But in recent seasons, they've come to love Betty and now they're lovingly mocking her, which ends up being heart-warming on occasion.

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    5. In Real Life Magazines Are Dying. I worked at three magazines, and two of them have since folded.

    "Ugly Betty" lent a quasi-realistic, highly glamorized glimpse into the world of fashion journalism. There's no sense in picking apart the many ways the show was nothing like actual magazine life (where are the cubicles?), the point is that it gave little girls hope that maybe someday they could steal into a fashion closet and interview celebrities.

    And because I'm a pessimist, I'm deathly afraid that magazines are going the way of VHS and "Ugly Betty" will become a kitschy reminder of what was once my only dream. Sob.

    6. The Plot Turns. "Ugly Betty" didn't mess around with wimpy plots -- when something went down, it was in full soap-opera style. This is maybe because the show is based off a telenovela an

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