Nicole Richie's 'Fashion Star' Canceled After Two Seasons

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It looks like Fashion Star is out of style. Find out why Jessica Simpson and Nicole Richie's NBC reality show got the axe after two seasons. It looks like Fashion Star is out of style.

The NBC reality show has been canceled after two seasons, the network's entertainment president, Bob Greenblatt, confirmed during the summer TCA press tour Saturday, according to Entertainment Weekly.

Nicole Richie, Jessica Simpson and John Varvatos were mentors on the program, in which fashion designers competed each week to have their collections sold in Macy's, Saks Fifth Avenue and Express.

The show's second season finale only drew in 2.5 million viewers, and it had other troubles, including its crew going on strike at the beginning of season two, and original host and executive producer Elle Macpherson signing off after the first season, according to the mag.

But, it doesn't look like Nicole or Jessica will be scrambling for new projects in the wake of the cancellation.

Nicole has been keeping busy with her AOL web series Candidly Nicole, and Jessica has her own fashion collection and a new baby boy to tend to.

None of the judges have yet to comment on the cancellation via their various social networking sites.

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