Furniture designer to give his side of story

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Furniture designer to give his side of story

Watch for Tim McClellan’s return on ‘Ellen’
Ellen’s Design Challenge finalists Katie Stout, left, and Tim McClellan, center, speak to Ellen DeGeneres before the last round of competition on HGTV’s popular furniture design series. McClellan of Durango will appear on “Ellen: The Ellen DeGeneres Show” Thursday to speak about the controversy that erupted at the end of the reality furniture design show.
Tim McClellan created this desk for the final challenge on Ellen’s Design Show, but he was disqualified after being accused of plagiarizing the design from Simon Schacht. He’ll appear on “Ellen” on Thursday to explain.
Tim McClellan was disqualified from “Ellen’s Design Show” after being accused of plagiarizing his final design from this desk by Simon Schacht. He’ll appear on “Ellen” on Thursday to explain.
Part-time Durango resident Tim McClellan was disqualified from “Ellen’s Design Show” after being accused of plagiarizing the design for this desk, which closes into a table, from European designer Simon Schacht. McClellan will appear on “Ellen” on Thursday to explain.
Tim McClellan was accused of plagiarizing this design for a desk that closes into a table from Simon Schacht for his final challenge on “Ellen’s Design Show” and was disqualified. He’ll appear on “Ellen” on Thursday to explain.

Furniture designer to give his side of story

Ellen’s Design Challenge finalists Katie Stout, left, and Tim McClellan, center, speak to Ellen DeGeneres before the last round of competition on HGTV’s popular furniture design series. McClellan of Durango will appear on “Ellen: The Ellen DeGeneres Show” Thursday to speak about the controversy that erupted at the end of the reality furniture design show.
Tim McClellan created this desk for the final challenge on Ellen’s Design Show, but he was disqualified after being accused of plagiarizing the design from Simon Schacht. He’ll appear on “Ellen” on Thursday to explain.
Tim McClellan was disqualified from “Ellen’s Design Show” after being accused of plagiarizing his final design from this desk by Simon Schacht. He’ll appear on “Ellen” on Thursday to explain.
Part-time Durango resident Tim McClellan was disqualified from “Ellen’s Design Show” after being accused of plagiarizing the design for this desk, which closes into a table, from European designer Simon Schacht. McClellan will appear on “Ellen” on Thursday to explain.
Tim McClellan was accused of plagiarizing this design for a desk that closes into a table from Simon Schacht for his final challenge on “Ellen’s Design Show” and was disqualified. He’ll appear on “Ellen” on Thursday to explain.
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