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E! Pulls Kardashian-Like Numbers For Golden Globes Coverage

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But you know what? They would've pulled more if Joan Rivers was on the carpet.

Just saying — she packs a mightier punch than Ryan Seacrest and Giuliana Rancic put together! (We can't wait to hear what she has to say about the best and worst dressed on Fashion Police this week!)

Anyway, regardless of the hosts, people definitely tuned in to watch the pair chat with the stars and gawk at the designer wear. The telecast, which ran from 6pm-8pm EST, attracted nearly 1.7 million Total Viewers, scoring quite a significant gain in the time period, nearly tripling the prior four week benchmark and nearly doubling the network’s Primetime norm.

In other words: they scored big with this one!

On to the Oscars! Maybe Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie will talk to Ryan again! (Remember that time they totally snubbed him? Ha!)

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2 comments to “E! Pulls Kardashian-Like Numbers For Golden Globes Coverage”



  1. 1

    I actually don't mind Ryan Seacrest. At least he tries to have a conversation with his guests. But Giuliana is embarrassing. She's OK as a news reader on the nightly show, but on the red carpet she is really awful. Also, E! has no competition for that show. NBC Golden Globes red carpet came on at 7 and E! came on at 6. If you're into the red carpet, unscripted moments stuff, you will start out with E! They need to find someone else to work the red carpet with Ryan who isn't as bad as Giuliana. It should NOT be Joan Rivers who is terrible. Maybe one of the other "reporters" on E!



  2. 2

    Carson did the best job on NBC. He actually asked questions about the films or shows the actors were in. He didn't ask BS questions about "who are you wearing?" or asking about their love lives. I wish he could do more interviews. They aren't as scandalous but they have much more substance. E! is all about prying out information from the actors.