Brad Goreski's New Reality Show: My Crying Is "Off the Charts"

Rachel Zoe's former right-hand man says he shed more tears than "anybody could ever expect" while filming upcoming Bravo series

By Marc Malkin Dec 28, 2011 3:15 PMTags
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Get ready for the tears on Brad Goreski's new reality show It's a Brad, Brad World.

And not just a few tears.

Rachel Zoe's former right-hand stylist man tells me that he's a crier...

"I cry way more than I think anybody could ever expect—way more than Bethenny [Frankel] ever did," Goreski says.

It was Frankel who got Goreski thinking about his waterworks. "I saw her and she was like, 'How many TPEs do you have?' I was like, 'What are TPEs?' She said, 'Tears per episode!' "

So how many?

"Oh, God," Goreski sighed. "It's off the charts...because of so many things, like there was some family tensions while we were filming."

The series, which premieres Jan. 2 on Bravo (like Bravo, E! Online is part of the NBCUniversal family), chronicles Goreski's transition from working alongside Zoe for about three years to becoming a solo stylist for celebs like Demi Moore, Jessica Alba and Noomi Rapace.

"I hope people see that there's a lot of struggle," he said. "I think people thought it was an instant rocket to stardom, but it's been a lot of work. It's been a lot of f--king work."

Cameras also rolled on Goreski's private life with his Family Guy writer and producer boyfriend of 10 years, Gary Janetti.

"I think it's a really positive representation of a gay couple," Goreski said.

So will he follow in Frankel's nuptial footsteps with Brad Getting Married? "No wedding," Goreski insisted. "We're not ready to get married yet. We're just enjoying the relationship as it is."