The fashion show, called Fashion Radio 2, was the brainchild of DJ and fashion guru Jamie Lee Curtis.
Curtis, who was a contestant on the show in 2005, said it was the first show he had ever been on.
“It was so fun to be on, so much fun, so different from everything else I’ve done,” he told the New York Times at the time.
“I felt like I was part of something new.”
Curtis was so inspired by the show that he created his own radio station, DJ Fashion Radio, in 2007.
Curtis and his show had been around for almost two years when Curtis was killed in a car accident at the end of September.
The driver of the vehicle that hit Curtis was convicted of reckless driving.
The judge ruled that Curtis was the victim of a “reckless driving incident.”
The judge’s ruling came after Curtis and another driver had a run-in on the road that ended with the two drivers hitting Curtis, and then being arrested.
Both drivers have been charged with vehicular homicide.
Curtis’ death was announced by his employer, Fox News, on Thursday, just hours after the judge’s order.
“Jamie Lee Curtis was an American icon, a pioneer in the arts and entertainment business, and an accomplished television producer and writer,” Fox News President Roger Ailes said in a statement.
“He will be sorely missed by the vast majority of Fox News viewers.”
Curtis died at the hospital.
He was 63.
Curtis was in his second year hosting the fashion radio series, which had been going for about six years.
He had already been a regular on the program for years.
Curtis hosted a series of shows, including the one that killed him, with fellow celebrity DJ Jimmy Kimmel.
He died of complications from pneumonia at the age of 67.
He’d been ill for months, according to his family.
The accident is still under investigation.