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In the superficial world of high fashion, image is everything. How can an ordinary girl - a slightly plump plain Jane from Queens - possibly fit in?

Focusing on the life of ambitious writer Betty Suarez, a plain girl from Queens, N.Y., who is smart, hardworking and savvy but has a different sense of style. When publishing mogul Bradford Meade puts his son, Daniel, in charge of his Mode magazine, he hires Betty to be Daniel's new assistant - mostly because he knows that she may be the only woman in Manhattan whom the womanizer won't sleep with.

Ugly Betty was created by Silvio Horta and based on Fernando Gaitán's Colombian telenovela Yo soy Betty, la fea, which has had many other international adaptations. The series premiered September 28, 2006 on ABC.


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Christina McKinney

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Christina was MODE's seamstress, who aspired to be a designer. She met Betty and the two quickly became instant best friends. She was revealed to have been married, to Stuart McKinney. She left him though mainly due to his constant drug abuse, later he returned and reconciled with her and revealed he had liver failure. Desperate for money, she agrees to be the surrogate mother for Wilhelmina. She soon gives birth to William Stuart McKinney. However it becomes obvious that neither William nor Wilhelmina are bonding. (read more)



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