Tuesday, November 21, 2006

Ouch, fired. Rachel Zoe has lost her favorite addict/client in Nicole Richie...formerly known for wearing short denim skirts and neon tops, Nicole is now considered a fashion icon, all thanks to Rachel, her stylist. From Dlisted.com:

"Nicole Richie has fired the Queen of the Underworld herself, Rachel Zoe. Rachel famously styled Nicole Richie and gave her the signature style she currently wears. A source close to Nicole claims that the reason for the split is that Nicole is trying to surround herself with positive people. Apparently, Rachel encouraged Nicole to drop the pounds and stay a skeletor. The source said, “Nicole didn’t trust Rachel anymore. Zoe didn’t take the news well.”Rachel denies Nicole dumped her saying it was mutual. Rachel has also been rumored to supply her clients with drugs and diet pills to keep them boney. Rachel’s other clients include Blohan and Mischa Barton. Rachel needs the break. She’s getting to that retirement age anyway. She’s what…64?"

Sounds like Nicole is taking some of those tips they put on posters in rehab to heart. Next up should be...cut drugs out of your life, followed by...eat some food. Oh, and you may have heard the rumor on the street that Nicole had gastric bypass surgey and that is why she's been unable to gain weight, or alternately, the she had a gastric band placed around her stomach and the reason she's been looking healthier lately is because it was removed during her mysterious "stay" in rehab. Which barely lasted a few days. But in true 2006 fashion, like Shanna Moakler before her, Nicole's taken to her Myspace blog to set the rumor straight. She says:

So i gain a little bit of weight, and im acussed of having a gastric bypass surgery reversed? Its pathetic of Page Six to insinuate i have done this. Anyone that knows anything about this surgery would know that legally, you must be AT LEAST 100 pounds overweight to even have the surgery done, and is a serious, life changing procedure; not one to throw around as a joke or a rumor. Ive statement I am in the process of putting on weight, and that should be enough. Its a shame to hear that instead of hearing supportive words, someone needs to spin it into some negative, absurd way.

Really, I don't know what to say except that I am horrified by the grammatical mistakes. Good use of the word "absurd" though, plus twelve grammar points. Not spelling "accused" right? Negative a thousand.

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