Earlier this week rumors began to swirl about "The Rachel Zoe Project" getting canceled, but some outlets might have been pulling the plug on the series too soon.
"The Rachel Zoe Project" is currently in its fifth season and reports of the show's cancellation cited an alleged decline in ratings as the reason for the show getting the axe. However, Bravo, which airs the reality show, released a statement to E! News that said the future of the show has not yet been decided.
"Rachel and Brad [Goreski] are currently airing and NO decision has been made for the next season," the network wrote in a statement to E! News.
Zoe's show began its fifth season in March, debuting alongside the new season of "It's a Brad, Brad World." That show stars Brad Goreski, a former assistant of Zoe's who left to establish his own career as a stylist.
Zoe has not commented on the cancellation rumors. Her series began in 2008 and in March, she was named by The Hollywood Reporter as one of Hollywood's "25 Most Powerful Stylists." According to the entertainment outlet, her clients include Anne Hathaway, Jennifer Lawrence and Kate Hudson.
The stylist is also currently developing television shows, working on a follow-up to her 2008 best-selling book "Style A to Zoe" and has her own clothing line.
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