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Giuliana Rancic Discusses Uncertain Future of 'Fashion Police' After Joan Rivers' Death

Melissa Rivers who is still mourning the loss of her mother will play an important role in deciding whether or not the show will continue without Joan.   Read More... //

Legendary Comedienne Joan Rivers Dies at 81

Rivers passed away on Thursday after being taken off of life support, her daughter Melissa told The Associated Press.   Read More... //

'Fashion Police' Cancels Taping Amid Joan Rivers' Health Scare

The E! show has canceled the taping that was scheduled to take place in New York this week as the comedienne is brought out of induced coma.   Read More... //

'Fashion Police: 2000 Flashback' Airs Friday, July 18th at 9:00pm on E!

a hilarious (and frightening) look back at the hottest fashion trends of 2000.   Read More... //

‘Fashion Police’ Strike: E! Network Says It’s Ready to Bargain With Writers Guild

E! Entertainment Network said Wednesday that it is prepared to begin negotiations with the Writers Guild over the eight striking “Fashion Police” writers who have been on strike since April. The writers had asked the network to recognize the Writers Guild of America West as their bargaining representative, but the Comcast-owned network insisted that an NLRB election be held first, so they walked. “We are pleased that Fashion Police writers got the opportunity to vote in an election sanctioned by the NLRB on representation in collective bargaining by the WGA, and we continue to believe that the secret ballot election was vital to protecting the rights of all Fashion Police writers,” the network said in a statement to TheWrap .  Read More... //

E!, 'Fashion Police' Writers to Face Off in Representation Election (Exclusive)

There may be an end in sight to the WGA's strike against E!'s Fashion Police. The guild has confirmed to The Hollywood Reporter that the network filed a petition for a union representation election with the NLRB that will take place in mid-December. That represents an interim victory in the seven-month strike for E!, which has been refusing to negotiate with the guild in the absence of a representation election. But the real test will be whether the writers will vote for WGA representation (which seems likely) and then, if the WGA wins that vote, whether the company and union can reach a deal expeditiously.  Read More...   //

"Fashion Police" Salutes Music's Hottest Night with a Special Monday, November 25th Edition "Fashion Police: 2013 American Music Awards" at 9PM ET/PT Only on E!

The jam-packed show will be chock-full of red carpet looks, the most-buzzed about fashions of the night, and of course, the team's notoriously unfiltered commentary.   Read More.... //

'Fashion Police' Writer Expelled From WGA Accuses Guild of 'Smear Campaign'

UPDATED: Larry Amoros says he resigned from the WGA and describes what the guild wanted from him as “ratting out” his fellow writers. He still faces $14,000 in fines.              //

Striking ‘Fashion Police’ Writers Still Out of Jobs Despite Joan Rivers’ Deal

Joan Rivers and the Writers Guild of America may have settled, but so far that hasn’t helped the eight striking “Fashion Police” writers at the center of the dispute, who remain out of their jobs. As part of the agreement between the veteran talk show host and the union that was announced Monday, Rivers agreed to stop writing for the show and to urge the E! Entertainment Network to negotiate an end to the strike. “It’s time for both sides to sit down at the table and negotiate. Forget about the election. We all want the same thing — to get this behind us — so let’s make this deal,” River said in a statement.Read More... //

E!'s 'Fashion Police' Kicks Off Annual Month-Long 'September Issue' Event on Friday, September 6th at 9PM

Cast Heads to NYC for Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week at Lincoln Center As Joan Rivers and Team Hit the Hottest Runway Shows, Wildest Parties and //