Joe Zee will return to the network airwaves beginning Friday for a weekly Friday wrap-up segment called “Do’s, Don’ts & Do-Overs” with “ET” host Nancy O’Dell. The segment will be a “Fashion Police” critique of sorts, breaking down the week’s best and worst celebrity looks combined with a little insider knowledge on how they achieved the look, and presumably, what viewers can do to emulate it.
“After working with Joe Zee for all of our awards coverage, we wanted more and so did our audience,” “ET” executive producer Brad Bessey said. “Every week we will be bringing our global audience comprehensive fashion coverage with Zee’s expertise, humor and practical ‘what it means to the viewer’ POV.”
In addition, Zee will be front and center for “ET” at this year’s Metropolitan Museum of Art Costume Institute Gala, hosted by co-chairs Taylor Swift, Idris Elba and Anna Wintour. Zee will report on the May 2 event from the red carpet.
In the name of “synergy,” or more practically, diversification, Zee continues to mix it up. He still maintains his day job as editor in chief and executive creative officer for Yahoo Style at the struggling Internet giant, which is seeking a buyer, as well as his other TV gig as cohost of the nationally syndicated daytime show “FABLife” on Lifetime. Zee also released his first book, the memoir “That’s What Fashion Is,” earlier this year.
“Throughout my career, I have always embraced sharing my fashion knowledge and experiences with the public, and through joining ‘Entertainment Tonight,’ I am excited to reach a whole new audience across the country…and the world,” he said.