Can you believe this is all still going on? While Brad has publicly made his feelings about Rachel known numerous times in recent weeks while promoting his new Bravo show, It's a Brad Brad World--he feels he handled his departure "with grace," doesn't feel there was any wrongdoing on his part, he didn't get a thank you after he sent baby Zoe an Hermes gift--it's been a while since Rachel's weighed in. But, she sort of broke her silence Wednesday and made a bit of a dig at her former assistant, albeit in a rather passive way. She took to Twitter, where any celebrity worth their salt goes to air their grievances these days, and retweeted the following:
I am sure @mrbradgoreski show will fail but @rzrachelzoe will continue to be a star in business and personal life.
Ouch. The tweet, which we were surprised to see written up in this morning's WWD (The Cut originally caught it), has since been deleted, but its timing is worth noting because earlier that day, BravoPR tweeted that the season premiere of It's a Brad, Brad World garnered over 1 million views, slightly more than the season three premiere of The Rachel Zoe Project, which (without Brad) garnered only 976,000. It's not the first instance of jealousy over Brad's success that we've heard about. Remember those rumors that she was jealous of his Times style section profile that surfaced around the time of his departure from the company?
Clearly, these two won't be putting aside their differences aside to be happy for each other's success any time soon. Nor do they seem to want to just move on. Which is fine with us because who doesn't love a good old fashioned rivalry?