Nicole Richie recently appeared on Martha Stewart’s television series, Martha Gets Down and Dirty (full episode available on Amazon Prime US, episode 5), with her chickens.
Nicole Richie and Shannon Woodward (Westworld) will star in ABC comedy pilot ‘Bucktown.’ Woodward will play the lead, while Nicole will join the supporting cast. The series come from the trio behind ABC’s ‘The Conners,’ Emily Wilson, Sara Gilbert and Tom Werner.
“Written by Wilson, Bucktown centers on Amy (Woodward), who, after being dumped by her boyfriend and kicked out of her apartment on the eve of a big promotion, finds refuge at her mom’s house in the blue-collar neighborhood where she grew up. Amy reconnects with her teenage niece living there due to her sister’s latest rehab stint and resolves to stay when she realizes that her mom and niece aren’t quite equipped to go it alone.
Richie plays Jan, Amy’s boss. A self-centered force who tends to suck up all the energy in a room, Jan is very professional — except in the extremely unprofessional partnership with her husband, Finn.
Wilson, Gilbert and Werner exec produce with Marc Provissiero and Mandy Summers. ABC Signature is the studio.
Richie recently did an arc on ABC’s Bless This Mess. She previously co-starred in NBC comedy Great News and guest-starred on Grace and Frankie and Camping. Richie is repped by WME, Impression Entertainment and Morris Yorn Barnes Levine Krintzman.”
Nicole Richie‘s Quibi series ‘Nikki Fre$h‘ is nominated for a Critics’ Choice Award in the ‘Best Short Form Series’ category, alongside five other shows. The award ceremony will be broadcast on The CW on March 8th.
Nicole Richie‘s Quibi series ‘Nikki Fre$h’ gets renewed for season 2. Stay tuned!
Nicole Richie sings Destiny’s Child, Mya and more in a #StayHome Edition of Song Association with ELLE.
Interview Mag also challenged Nicole, or her Nikki Fre$h alter ego rather, to rap a verse about bees, Amazon Prime and Jane Fonda. Here’s the result:
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Meet Nikki Fre$h, hip-hop alter ego to the one and only @nicolerichie. We challenged her to rap a verse about bees, Amazon Prime, and Jane Fonda, and what we got was, well, see for yourself. At the link in our bio, she told us about her new show on @quibi and how Nikki Fre$h was inspired by her garden (which was inspired by Oprah).
Nicole Richie breaks down the inspiratio nfor ‘Nikki Fre$h.’
Nicole Richie‘s new series ‘Nikki Fre$h’ is now out on Quibi. The first 3 episodes are currently available to watch, with the remaining 3 going up weekly. Joel and Benji Madden make an appearance in the first episode as Nicole pitches her “trap album.” Quibi offers the first 90 days for free and then plans start at $4.99.
It also appears that some or all songs from Nicole’s ‘Nikki Fre$h’ comedy album will appear on various music screaming websites soon.