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Nicole Richie's '#CandidlyNicole' web series moving to VH1

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Nicole Richie’s very funny “#Candidly Nicole” web series, which debuted on AOL last May, is reportedly moving to VH1 as reported via Perez Hilton on Wednesday.

The 32-year-old fashionista received high praise after the first hysterical webisode of “#Candidly Nicole” aired, when Nicole Richie visited “Dr. Tatoff” to have her tramp stamp removed. The former “Fashion Star” mentor and her comedic web series will head over to VH1 this summer with eight, new, 30-minute episodes of Richie bringing laughter into everyday life experiences from beauty and fashion to parenting and more.

Nicole Richie is no stranger to television, having starred in Fox’s “The Simple Life” with Paris Hilton, and as mentioned above, was a mentor for NBC’s short-lived “Fashion Star.”

The AOL webseries originated from Nicole Richie’s Twitter feed and her insight into pop culture, which began as an “experiment” to see if it would gain in popularity. And Richie’s quirky daily reflections have, as #CandidlyNicole is an official reality TV show that will debut on July 17 according to Hilton.

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