It’s been a long ten months since Kelly Osbourne and Kathy Griffin exited Fashion Police following Giuliana Rancic’s offensive remarks regarding Zendaya’s hair at the Oscars. Since then, the panel has included Rancic, Melissa Rivers, Brad Goreski and a rotating roster of celebrity guest judges. One of those special…
After a contentious few months, Fashion Police returned Monday night with a VMA’s Special, obviously sans star Joan Rivers. Her ghost, however, seems to have made an appearance.
Kelly Osbourne has signed on as a judge for Lifetime’s new kids competition show, Project Runway Junior. The series, hosted by Tim Gunn and supermodel Hannah Davis, will allow teen fashion designers, aged 14 to 17, to show off their talents. The show’s other judges include designer Christian Siriano, winner of Project…
The beloved (?) Giuliana Rancic is ready to move on from her longtime hosting gig at E! News.
This is probably what should have been done in the first place, rather than having Kathy Griffin attempt to make jokes about fashion, which she clearly does not care about: Melissa Rivers is filling the vacancy on Fashion Police left by her mother, and the show will return on Monday, August 31.
Hello world, Shade Court is in session, and oh are the scales of justice in action today.
Comedian Kathy Griffin is taking a stand. After a seven-episode stint, she quit E!'s reliably savage roundtable gabfest Fashion Police with a socially conscious flourish, calling herself a feminist whose positive message didn't "fit with the creative direction of the show."
In a move that's shocking to exactly no one, E! is placing Fashion Police on hiatus until further notice.
Who will police the Fashion Police? Kathy Griffin, apparently.
Down half of their hosts, it looks like E! might finally cancel Fashion Police. A source tells the NY Daily News not to "be surprised if they cancel it quietly in a matter of weeks, when the craziness dies down a little." The source would also like everyone to know that "Melissa [Rivers] is a producer, not a leader"…
Kathy Griffin has only hosted Fashion Police for two months, but she's already over it. After only seven episodes, Griffin threw in the towel, releasing a message on Twitter about not fitting in and not wanting to use her humor to contribute to a culture of "perfectionism" and "intolerance."
You know it's bad when Kathy Griffin, the queen of talking mad shit about celebrities is backing away from a joke told on national television. The new host of Fashion Police talked to Splash about the Rancic/Zendaya controversy and she's got some advice for her panelist: Don't tell jokes others write for you.
Maybe. According to sources, shit has been hitting the fan behind the scenes since Joan River's passing last fall.
In a move that's not entirely surprising, Giuliana Rancic apologized on air for her offensive comments about Zendaya Coleman's hair.
Zendaya inevitably looks bananas flawless at all times, as we generally note on this here website whenever she makes an appearance in public. But despite having a nigh-perfect red carpet look, Giuliana Rancic and Kelly Osborne took the Academy Awards as an opportunity to make some straight-up racist-ass comments about…
Joan Rivers said a lot of uncouth shit in her time, and other than the moments she resorted to boring racialist stuff, she was very deft at pulling it off. Especially on Fashion Police, in which her combination of snarking and snapping and self-awareness, at times, made it seem like if she didn't love your outfit, at…
Just when we thought it was safe to wear sweatpants in the club, along comes the patriarchy to fuck it up for everyone. Republican senators in Oklahoma have floated legislation that would make hoodies illegal, utilizing an existing law that "bans the wearing of hoods while committing crimes." The law was initially…
The new Fashion Police trailer is out, and frankly, it may inspire you to do some policing yourself.