Goreski, who cheerfully left Zoe's employ last year with a kiss, kiss "I love Rachel and she's taught me everything I know" departure, will star in "It's a Brad Brad World" the network announced today.
First there were accusations that the preppy, bespectacled Goreski was poaching Zoe's A-list clients. Now this. B-A-N-A-N-A-S.
Bravo also announced more fashion-forward programming: Theatrical former "Project Runway" alum Chris March's nascent "Mad World" has received the network's green light, while Tabatha Coffey is moving off the salon floor to makeover all kinds of struggling mom-and-pop operations.
Her new show, "Tabatha Takes Over" is apparently snipping "Tabatha's Salon Takeover" from the Bravo lineup.
Meanwhile, Bravo will delve into the eco-stylish world of consigned couture when it premieres "Ready to Wear," set in a New York City outpost of the Second Time Around chain. (Alex McCord of the "Real Housewives of New York City" has had a professional relationship with the second-hand retailer which specializes in acquiring gently used bridge and designer labels.)
As for Goreski's new offering, the network says it will focus on the trendsetter the New York Times dubbed, "The Zelig of Fashion Week," as he starts -- what else? -- his new business. We'll see him visit Cannes, Paris Fashion week and more.
"But this time he's got everything at stake," the network says.
Bravo did not announce air dates for any of the new series, which are in production.
Speaking of Bravo stars, read about the interesting occupation of Cindy Barshop, the latest addition to the "Real Housewives of New York."