Reality television used to be the land of trashy antics and fifteen minutes of fame. Now, reality stars are becoming household names and landing the covers of magazines, roles in your favorite scripted television series and even launching multi-million dollar brands.
Thanks to the success of reality television, A-list celebrities are even taking part, with many successful stars becoming TV judges and documenting their lives for our viewing pleasure.
Reality television shows are getting million of viewers every week, and the stars' style transformations reflect their increased popularity and success. Take a look at our gallery of the style transformations of our favorite reality stars.
From the first season of "Keeping Up With The Kardashians" to now, Kim Kardashian's style still flaunts her curves but in a more mature fashion.
Khloe Kardashian has had a style and body transformation since her first days on reality television.
Kourtney Kardashian has adopted a more bohemian chic style since the early days of "Keeping Up With The Kardashians."
The poof is gone and so is the gaudy cheetah print that used to define Snooki's style.
Jennifer Lopez might still be Jenny from the block, but the "American Idol"'s wardrobe has definitely moved up.
From Laguna Beach to Hollywood, Lauren Conrad has ditched the jean shorts and flip flops for summer dresses and strappy heels.
Former child star Demi Lovato has ditched the Disney image and embraced her womanly curves.
You can witness LaLa Anthony's style evolution on her reality television show with husband NBA star Carmelo Anthony.
The pose may have stayed the same, but Tamar Braxton's style has definitely improved since her reality television show with her sisters hit the airwaves.
Nene Leakes went from housewife style to Hollywood style thanks to her exposure on Bravo.
Watching herself back on television probably helped RHOA star Kandi Burruss step her fashion game up.
The Beverly Hills housewife never had a problem with wearing high priced designers, but the Bravo star has definitely shifted toward more form-fitting clothes in the past years.
It's amazing what a reality show and launching a multi-million business did for Bethenny Frankel's style.