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Fashion Police Writers To Rally Outside Of E! Headquarters THIS THURSDAY!

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Writers over at E!'s Fashion Police have been on strike since April 17th…

And after some rather interesting exchanges between the writers and network execs (AND a benefit show sabotage!), it seems the striking peeps are ready to take their grievances to E!'s front door!

THIS Thursday (May 23), the FP scribes are holding a rally/picket outside of E! headquarters in Los Angeles.

They are inviting any and all who wish to support their call for fair wages, compensation for unpaid overtime, AND their bid to join the Writers Guild of America.

Wanna show YOUR love for the writers of your fave fashion critique show?!

Find out ALL the deets about the picket/rally …AFTER THE JUMP!!!

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7 comments to “Fashion Police Writers To Rally Outside Of E! Headquarters THIS THURSDAY!”

  1. madmike says – reply to this


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    Fuk the writers! How ’bout getting some people who actually have some genuine wit! geesh.

  2. bobar says – reply to this


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    joan rivers should be made into a rug at this point. she - and her show-are horrendous



  3. 3

    I was really excited about this show but after it changed to an hour it got kind of lame. I wish they would talk more about fashion rather than wasting time with those silly games like the rack report and guess me from behind.



  4. 4

    I didn't know that show had writers. You wouldn't know it from the stupid shit that goes out of those peoples mouths.



  5. 5

    They call this writing? This is just a show for talentless Melissa to get a fat check…..this has nothing to do with fashion.



  6. 6

    LOL! I actually think the show is better now!

  7. Carole Raphaelle Davis says – reply to this


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    The French Revolution wasn't a rally, neither was the sufferagist movement, the abolitionist movement, the women's movement, the civil rights movement or the gay rights or animal rights movement. You don't "rally" for change. You express outrage. There is ZERO outrage on this signage.

    Think the "I Am A Man" signs during the civil rights struggle. Joan Rivers ought to be ashamed of herself for mistreating her employees and that is no joking matter.
    Create the outrage and then do a real protest, protesting a selfish and greedy unfair employer of workers, not a "rally' of support for jokers.