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):
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Kelly Cutrone is known for her tough love attitude. She's been around the block and then some. She knows what she's talking about, and she's not afraid to leave the sugar coating behind when advising young women.
So even though she's a new judge for America's Next Top Model, she's not going to let that stop her from giving her honest opinion.
[Do] they try? Or were they just so burnt out on the industry by the time they had gone through a season on Top Model that they didn’t want to do it anymore. I mean a lot of times people follow the yellow brick road to find that it’s not full of fun and games and like the modeling world is not an easy world, so if you’re a girl who’s already gone through 12, 14, 16 weeks of that, and then have to wait another 4 months for the show to come out, I mean you might already be over it.
Sounds very possible to us!
And her unfiltered theories don't stop there. When asked to discuss fashion shows, she explains her idea for wanted change in the industry:
If you really want to get me talking about fashion shows, why aren’t people paying to be on the media riser? Why are fashion designers content providers and what’s happening to that content? Who’s policing the content? You don’t think somebody who’s shooting on the end of a media riser is selling that content to a 7-up billboard in Ginza? The music industry has a publishing company. They found out that people were playing artists’ music on the radio and they said, ‘you have to pay the artist,’ but there’s nobody monitoring whats happening to all these fashion images that are created.
We're always thrilled to hear what Kelly has to say, and we can't wait to see more of her on America's Next Top Model on The CW!
What do U think of her theories??
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