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Rachel Zoe Denies Page Six's 'Completely Made Up Crap'

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In an exclusive The Rachel Zoe Project clip on The Hollywood Reporter, Rachel Zoe and her husband Roger sit in bathrobes, exclaiming their shock and dismay at Page Six's article stating that her label was not selling. The article was printed at the end of August, days before Zoe's runway show in New York, which might have been bad for retail business, but is reality TV gold.

The clip shows her saying, "Nothing about what [Page Six] printed was accurate," to which Roger adds, "This is completely made up crap, but people will believe it and that's what's so sad." The final zinger shows Zoe proclaiming, "I just think Page Six likes to write things without actually fact checking." The couple's rebuttal to the Page Six article is kind of surprising considering January's Zoe Report trailer, which seemed to corroborate the rumor that Zoe's line is flagging. The season starts at 9pm on Bravo, so maybe therein lies the rumor.
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