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Daily buzz: The Rachel Zoe Project faces possible cancellation
Rachel Zoe at the runway show for her Spring/Summer 2013 collection. Image courtesy of ImaxTree.
By Caley Skinner
The Rachel Zoe Project, Bravo’s reality series following the fabulous life of celebrity stylist and designer Rachel Zoe, is rumoured to be on its way to cancellation. The network’s alleged decision to axe the show was explained by a source, who said, "The decision has been made to cancel Rachel’s show… all we are waiting for is the announcement. The ratings are lackluster and Bravo has decided that Rachel’s show has run it’s course." The source went on to explain that viewers have stopped tuning in (the episode that aired on April 3 only drew 518,000 viewers) because the show lacks the drama it once had: the first couple of seasons featured contentious relationships between Zoe and her assistants Brad Goreski (now star of Bravo’s
It’s a Brad, Brad World) and Taylor Jacobson. Mandana Dayani has been Zoe’s right-hand woman since 2011. This season, Zoe has been happily toting her greatest accessory yet, her son Skyler, working on her clothing line, and starting new and exciting projects like her DreamDry salon. So perhaps success at work and at home doesn’t make for good TV – but at least Zoe is leading a
maj life. So far, Bravo’s reps have denied that there is any truth to this rumour and insist that no decisions have been made regarding the fate of
The Rachel Zoe Project. [
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