Melissa Rivers will join Giuliana Rancic and Brad Goreski as co-hosts on E!’s ‘Fashion Police’.
Fashion Police will be returning to E! in August and Melissa Rivers will be stepping into her late mother’s shoes as one of the show’s hosts. E! announced the news on Wednesday (17th June). Rivers will join Giuliana Rancic and Brad Goreski as co-host. 47-year-old Rivers will also continue serving as executive producer on the show, a role she has held since 2010.
Melissa Rivers is the new host of Fashion Police.
Continue reading: It’s Official: Melissa Rivers Named As Co-Host Of E!’s ‘Fashion Police’
The New York Daily News reports that Melissa is to take the place of her late mother Joan on the controversial fashion show.
According to the New York Daily News, an unnamed source revealed that executives at E!, which broadcasts the popular fashion show, has internally named Melissa as the panel’s moderator when it resumes taping on August 31st this year. She has apparently signed up for six shows.
Melissa Rivers may be signing up for 'Fashion Police'
The presenter and panelist of 'RuPaul's Drag Race' is apparently being considered as one of the replacements for Kelly Osbourne and Kathy Griffin.
The search for new hosts for the controversy-hit show ‘Fashion Police’ has alighted upon RuPaul as a potential candidate.
The drama continues at the E! network show as the 54 year old ‘Drag Race’ presenter has been revealed by an unnamed source as one of the possible replacements for Kelly Osbourne and Kathy Griffin, who quit the programme in quick succession last month.
RuPaul is rumoured to be a new panelist on 'Fashion Police'
Continue reading: RuPaul Tipped As Replacement Host On Revamped 'Fashion Police'
Giuliana Rancic received death threats after making controversial comments about Zendaya Coleman's hair.
Giuliana Rancic finally addressed the controversy surrounding her comments on Zendaya Coleman's hair. The 40-year-old Fashion Police host has denied her comments were racially motivated, claiming she was referring to the current 'bohemian' trend.
Giuliana Rancic claims to have recieved death threats after her comments about Zendaya Coleman's hair.
Sources claim the future of 'Fashion Police' is bleak following the departure of Kelly Osbourne and Kathy Griffin.
Sources working closely with E!'s Fashion Police have claimed the network is considering cancelling the show. The rumours come after two of the Fashion Police hosts, Kelly Osbourne and Kathy Griffin, suddenly departed the show in less than a month. One source, speaking to RadarOnline, further claimed host Giuliana Rancic was a contributing factor in both hosts' decisions to leave.
Kathy Griffin announced she was leaving Fashion Police on Friday (13th March).
Osbourne quit the E! show last month following controversy over remarks made by her co-host Giuliana Rancic.
Former ‘Fashion Police’ panelist Kelly Osbourne has finally opened up about her exit from the E! series during an appearance on CBS daytime show, ‘The Talk’. The 30 year old left the series last month, following the controversy surrounding co-host Giuliana Rancic’s remarks about singer Zendaya’s dreadlocked hair at the Oscars.
Kelly Osbourne is moving on from 'Fashion Police'.
Kelly appeared alongside her mother, panelist Sharon Osbourne, on the talk show Tuesday morning where she described her time on the E! series as “the five best working years of my life.”
Giuliana Rancic's remarks may not have been the only reason for her departure, as sources claim the former reality star had been unhappy for months.
She may have left ‘Fashion Police’ because of her co-star’s now infamous remarks about Zendaya Coleman’s hair, but it turns out that this may have simply been the last straw for Kelly Osbourne. Reports indicate that she had been unhappy about the general direction of the show for some time.
An unnamed source told the New York Post’s Page Six column that, while co-host Giuliana Rancic and the E! network's failure to handle the fallout of those comments properly was a factor, 30 year old Osbourne was unhappy without her friend Joan Rivers, who passed away last September, to present the show with any more.
Kelly Osbourne quit 'Fashion Police' last week
Continue reading: Kelly Osbourne May Have Been Unhappy With 'Fashion Police' For Months
Kelly Osbourne has reportedly decided to quit 'Fashion Police' but who will replace her?
Kelly Osbourne has left E!'s Fashion Police following a racist remark made by her co-host, Giuliana Rancic. Rancic made a comment on Monday's Fashion Police Oscars special about Zendaya Coleman's hair. "Like I feel like she, she smells like patchouli oil. Or weed. Yeah, maybe weed," Rancic said of Coleman's dreadlocks. Although Rancic has apologised, Osbourne was allegedly furious with Rancic for her remark and has decided to leave Fashion Police as a result.
Kelly Osbourne has quit Fashion Police.
Continue reading: Kelly Osbourne Quits Fashion Police - Who Will Replace Her?
The 'Fashion Police' star has been criticised for the comments she made about the 18 year old’s red carpet dreadlocks.
E! 'Fashion Police' host Giuliana Rancic has apologised to Disney star Zendaya Coleman after saying that the 18 year old’s hair on Oscar night looked like it “smells like patchouli oil” or “weed.” Zendaya took offence at the comments made by the host on Monday night’s show, later posting a lengthly statement via Twitter where she described Rancic’s remarks as “outrageously offensive".
Zendaya on the Oscar's red carpet Sunday night
“To say that an 18-year-old young woman with locs must smell of patchouli oil or 'weed' is not only a large stereotype but outrageously offensive," Zendaya wrote on the social media site.
Giuliana Rancic - Hollywood's biggest stars were snapped on the red carpet as they arrived for the 87th Annual Oscars awards ceremony which was held at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles, California, United States - Sunday 22nd February 2015
'Fashion Police' will be returning in January 2015 but a new host to take the late Joan Rivers' place has yet to be confirmed. Rumours suggest Kathy Griffins and NeNe Leakes may be in the running.
Since E! confirmed Fashion Police will be continuing without Joan Rivers the jury's been out on who will take the late comedienne's place. Now actress and comedienne Kathy Griffin and Real Housewives star NeNe Leakes are reportedly in the running to host the show.
Kathy Griffins is reportedly in the running for the host spot.