The show must go on.
After the passing of legend Joan Rivers, many wondered if her show Fashion Police would be able to carry on in her absence.
Well, we finally have our answer.
Read the emotional statement (below):
[Image via E!.]
In an interview with The Daily Beast, Brad tried to set the record straight, again, about all the dramz.
Here are some HIGHlights:
On Zoe trashing him on her own reality show:
"I think it’s unfortunate that she decided to take the angle that she did because it’s not the truth. It’s unfortunate that all of the time that I spent with her, and the many lengthy conversations that we had discussing my departure from working with her, that she would choose to character assassinate me on television."
On allegedly stealing clients:
"That’s not the truth and she knows that’s not the truth. I didn’t even say goodbye to a lot of her clients because I didn’t want anything to be misconstrued as me soliciting anybody."
On Rachel seeing him as competition:
"I just think it’s unfortunate that she feels so competitive with me in a way because I left to create a name for myself–and not to ride on any of her coattails. She’s so incredibly successful, that a stylist starting out–I don’t know what kind of threat that is to her. Maybe she thinks I’m incredibly talented. Who knows."
On burying the hatchet with his former boss:
"Maybe one day we’ll be able to speak again, but if she chooses to not, then I guess that’s the way it has to be. People are saying, ‘What’s the problem?’ There is no problem from my side. I don’t have any problems with her."
So what do Rachel and her hubby Rodger Berman think of Brad's side of the story?
The couple released a statement through their rep, saying they're "amused by his convenient interpretation of events and have no additional comments."
Can't say we're surprised. They're probably saving all their cattiness for the fifth season of the Rachel Zoe Project.
[Image via Adriana M Barraza/Brian To/WENN.]