[04/30/13 - 11:22 AM] Bravo Media's "Dukes of Melrose" Airs a Last Television Appearnce of the Late Hollywood Legend Phyllis Diller on Wednesday, May 1 Look for back-to-back episodes this Wednesday, May 1 and next Wednesday, May 8.
[via press release from Bravo]
BRAVO MEDIA'S "DUKES OF MELROSE" AIRS A LAST TELEVISION APPEARNCE OF THE LATE HOLLYWOOD LEGEND PHYLLIS DILLER ON WEDNESDAY, MAY 1
Two Back-to-Back Episodes to Air May 1st and May 8th
NEW YORK- April 30, 2013 - Bravo Media brings out Hollywood's shiniest stars when "Dukes of Melrose" gives viewers a double-dose of fashion beginning Wednesday, May 1st at 10pm ET/PT. The fun kicks off as Christos celebrates Greek Easter leaving Cameron to run the store. Things quickly go awry when a series of strange events begin to occur. To escape the chaos, Cameron visits his close friend, the late Hollywood legend and style icon Phyllis Diller, hoping to raid her closet. Cameron organizes a mega sale to a pair of sisters, reassuring Christos that he has the chops to fly solo. You can find a sneak peek of the episode here: http://www.bravotv.com/dukes-of-melrose/season-1/videos/the-legendary-phyllis-diller. Then at 10:30pm ET/PT, it's the Art of Elysium's annual charity event, The Heaven Gala, and Cameron has been chosen as the honoree. Alongside the award, he has the added difficulties of putting together a fashion show for the star-studded event, dressing actress Eva Amurri Martino, and trying to raise a million dollars for charity. In the midst of it all, Christos and Cameron get shocking news about a dress they purchased for $10,000. To catch a peek, please visit http://www.bravotv.com/dukes-of-melrose/season-1/videos/hollywood-royalty-visits-decades.
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