From the Pages of People: Brad Knows How to Quit Rachel Zoe

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Pictured: Rachel and Brad at LA’s Project Angel Food Benefit earlier this year.
This just in.  Yes, this isn’t Brokeback Mountain, and Brad does know how to quit Rachel Zoe.   According to the the bible of all things celebrity related, People Magazine, the spilt is amicable. Brad is outtie to pursue his own career, and Rachel understands that he needs to leave the nest. Unlike the vicious war of the words with previous departee, “Tay”,  Brad’s parting seems to be sealed with kisses, hugs and some very “major” words.  “I love Rachel and she’s taught me everything I know,” Goreski, 33, tells PEOPLE exclusively. “But there’s a point where either I do it now or I’ll never know what it’s like to spread my wings and soar.”
Right on Brad.  The show is too much drama for the mama.  And frankly, it’s starting to feel contrived.   There’s always a crisis to get the right dress for the right celebrity.  And the crisis is treated with the earnestness of shipping arms to Iraq.  Like, no one’s life depends on getting the right dress. I feel sorry  for the viewers, since Brad always provided the sweetness and good humor on  the show to help balance the narcissistic nonsense that went on. Case in point, the riduculous Fashion for Haiti benefit episode with Naomi Campbell checking on the poor show table.   Rach, Brad,  OMG! some people in Haiti are wearing coke bottles smashed into shoes tied to their feet with string.  Your dedication to finding Louboutins for models to wear at a  “charity” runway show was way over the top. Without Brad, it’s going to be very hard to make this drivel watchable.
Brad, this is a good move for you.  I hope you move over to a fashion design house and spread your wings.  I could see you putting on some amazing runways shows with style and dignity. Please, leave the tears behind at team Zoe and ring up Burberry or Armani as quick as you can. Brad, go to a fashion house and you will totally shut it down!!! But in a good way 🙂

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