High maintenance drama
Ridiculous rumors behind the Rachel Zoe and Brad Goreski split
Effective Oct. 1, RachelZoeBradGoreski will just be Rachel Zoe and Brad Goreski. Brad broke the major news to his No. 1 gal one month ago and they just revealed it to everyone else.
"We couldn't stop hugging and we couldn't stop crying," Zoe told People of her associate and style director. "He did this with such class and elegance. And I get it. I just told him, 'I'm here for you always.' "
Over the course of three seasons of The Rachel Zoe Project, audiences have witnessed Brad, 33, grow from an over-eager assistant to a master of the constant catastrophes that seem to plague the reality television series. Now that Brad is finally in his element, he's striking out on his own.
"I love Rachel and she's taught me everything I know," Brad said. "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."
Whether or not Brad can cull A-list clients and "harvest" gowns with the same finesse as Rachel remains to be seen, but his ability to constantly redeem himself before the at times high-maintenance Zoe is impressive.
"We have a relationship that's not normal," Zoe says of her correspondence with Brad. "I jump into bed with him and wake him up and we have these pow wows and he's like, 'Wow, I haven't brushed my teeth.'
"No one's ever going to be Brad to me," Zoe laments.
The duo's lovefest documented by People brings into question: Was Zoe trying to turn Brad and cheat on hubby Rodger Berman?
Was Brad not gay after all? Did Zoe and and Goreski have a secret baby? Will Brad have a spinoff show about being a single gay dad? Will he hire Taylor "Tay" Jacobson as the lovechild's nanny?
While we await the answers to these questions, watch a video of Brad and Zoe on a not-so-secret shopping date: