Brad Goreski may have left his former boss, Rachel Zoe, but he hasn’t departed the network that introduced him to the TV world. His new reality series, It’s a Brad, Brad World, premieres on Jan. 2 at 10 p.m.
Viewers will remember Brad as the stylist who joined The Rachel Zoe Project and stirred up some drama with already disgruntled associate, Taylor Jacobson. Less than a year after Taylor left and Brad got a promotion, he left the often bananas climate of Rachel Zoe, Inc. to work for himself.
Bravo’s cameras follow Brad as he works to set up his office, build his clientele, and prove that he made the right move – at least that’s what I’m looking for him to prove. Since his split from Rachel, there has been a fair share of rumors that it wasn’t as amicable as they describe. It was somewhat touched on in the most recent season of her Bravo show, but I’m wondering if he’ll reveal more on their parting of ways.
Brad, along with Bravo exec and Watch What Happens Live host Andy Cohen, and Top Chef: Just Desserts' winner Yigit Pura were recently named to Out magazine's Out 100 list.
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