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…
Of course, Giuliana Rancic can’t leave E! News without there being some drama.
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.
Azealia Banks is on the cover of this month’s Billboard and—wouldn’t you know it—she’s got some pretty out there stuff to say. Mainly that she wants to boff Barack Obama, commander-in-chief.
Whenever Giuliana Rancic is on a red carpet, people comment about her being too thin. The E! host addressed some of this criticism in an interview where she admits to having weight and self-esteem issues.
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."
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.
The fallout over Giuliana Rancic's Oscars night comments about Zendaya's hair continues, with some sources now saying that Kelly Osbourne warned the E! Fashion Police crew not to make critical comments and others claiming that it was Kathy Griffin who fed Rancic the "smells like patchouli oil... or weed" line. It's a…
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…
Word is there's a very polite, muffled "revolt" of sorts building amongst some Hollywood actresses who are beginning to strain against the waves of starkly gendered banality long-endured by women on the red carpet. Over at Gawker, Hamilton Nolan questioned the prevailing strategy of Reese Witherspoon, Jennifer…
The actual ceremony of the 2015 Golden Globe awards was pretty tame, which we can chock up to no one being anywhere near drunk enough to be misbehave. (For shame!) Luckily, thanks to a combination of idiotic interviewing skills and a desire to milk celebrity culture for all it is worth, the red carpet was full of…
You have an opportunity to interview Amal and George Clooney. You have maybe 30 seconds tops. What do you do? Shots! Shots! Shots, shots, shots, shots!
...but did anyone watch them? Empirically, gonna say no cause the entirety of Twitter seemed to be live-microblogging Empire, but there was a preponderance of happenings on the red carpet, upon which many attendees looked like they got lost en route to a Jersey megaclub. Also, REALLY well-dressed children. Also, Gina…
The new Fashion Police trailer is out, and frankly, it may inspire you to do some policing yourself.
Giuliana Rancic told Mario Lopez today that the surrogate who was carrying her and Bill Rancic's second child suffered a miscarriage while nine weeks pregnant. The same surrogate also carried the couple's first child, Duke.