Robert Verdi rassles with fashion legend Betsey Johnson at his big show premiere in NYC. Spank him, Bets!!!!
The Robert Verdi Show Starring Robert Verdi premieres tonight on Logo at 10:30pm ET. So what is it? It’s a reality/comedy which follows NYC stylist and fashion magnate Robert Verdi as he plots his way toward world domination. Along the way there are celebs pop in (Kathy Griffin, Vanessa Williams, Eva Longoria) as Robert terrorizes his staff — who are a kind of fantastic, very patient, sweet and hilarious crew.
The best part? Nothing about this show takes itself very seriously. And amid all the shrieking and pretense of shallowness, there’s a lot of heart and smarts and fun at work here.
Robert Verdi flanked by his saintly staff/cast. Mother Theresa who? These people are true martyrs.
Go watch previews and sneak peeks. And then just scroll down after the jump for a bunch of fun photos from Monday night’s NYC premiere. Glam bam, thank you ma’am.
Ugly Betty’s Ana Ortiz lookin’ gooood! She’s in the premiere episode, too.
Sandra Bernhard, Verdi and home-style guru Colin Cowie are havig waaayyy too much fun.
NYC scenesters Andrew Andrew give us nerdy nerdy chic chic.
Sexy indie-pop-rockers The Fire and Reason. Rrrrooowwrrr!!!!
Glamour and hotness, thy name is “I Want to Work for Diddy” star Laverne Cox.
Robert Verdi posters were everywhere. Look for these all over Fashion Week in NYC, too. He’s gonna be inescapable!
Oh yes, Miss Jay did just snatch up that Pirate Booty. Chomp it for the children, Honey…
More indie-pop hotness, this time courtesy of the lovely lads from Dangerous Muse.
The Dangerous Muse-sters Mike and Tom chat with the red-carpet press slags.
Inside the theater, rapper Cazwell and fab photographer Michael Wakefield noshed on some Booty of their own.
Also in the house, photographer Mike Ruiz (center) and Project Runway alum Jack Mackenroth (right) and a nice, hairy friend. Go mens!!!!
Finally, Ms. Tinsley Mortimer gives us a bedazzled look of vague confused glamour. You gotta figure, after a point all the events just blur together, right Tins?
For more haute Robert Verdi realness, just go to LogoTV.com and settle in…