Not everyone is made for TV -- just ask Rachel Zoe.
The celebrity stylist launched her career on dressing boho babes like Nicole Richie and later became a household name with a best-selling book called "Style A to Zoe," an eponymous reality show and an eponymous clothing line.
But with "The Rachel Zoe Project" already five seasons in, it seems the '70s-inspired style guru has decided she isn't equipped for small-screen stardom, after all. She recently expressed reservations about continuing her TV series, telling Capitol File Magazine in a new interview:
"'The Rachel Zoe Project' was meant to be a show solely based on fashion and designers and all of that, and clearly it wasn't... I was like, 'Oh, I don't want my personal life on television.'"
Seems a fair claim for a working mother with another baby on the way. Yet why would she ever sign up to allow cameras to track the business she runs out of her house, then?
"We've done five years. I think it's time to probably move on," Rachel tells Capitol File. No more Zoe on TV? We're waiting for official confirmation from Bravo, but we're praying "The Rachel Zoe Project" isn't actually cancelled for good... In the words of the stylist herself, we'd die.
This style is bananas: