<p><span></span><strong>Ali Fedotowsky</strong> got big ratings as the star of <em>The Bachelorette</em>, but <em>Life & Style</em> has exclusively learned that her supposed fashion-focused talk show is a no-go. "It was recently decided that the pilot Ali had in development with the Style Network is not going to go to series," a source connected with the show confirms to <em>Life & Style</em>.</p>
The Style Network announced in April that Ali would join co-hosts Adrianne Curry, Vivica A. Fox and style expert Nick Verreos to helm Style's new half-hour series, but Ali isn't losing sleep over the recent news. "You know how those things go," she revealed to Life & Style at the PlayStation Gran Turismo Awards in Las Vegas on Nov. 3. "I think I'm going to still be working with Style in some capacity -- we're throwing around several other ideas. There are a couple of things that we're looking into that aren't reality-show based."
While this series wasn't picked up, the source confirms Ali has nothing to worry about in terms of opportunities post-Bachelorette. "The Style Network is hoping to do another project with Ali in the future," the source tells Life & Style. "In the meantime, she's really busy with other projects, like OpenSky, a shopping website for which Ali is a spokeswoman. And she continues to work with a variety of charities."
Ali, who got engaged to Roberto Martinez on the finale of her 2010 run on The Bachelorette, is no stranger to being in front of the camera. In September 2010, she accepted a gig as an on-air correspondent for Fox 5 San Diego.
She has still not set a date for her wedding to Roberto.
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