The coy couple is back!
Unfortunately, it doesn't look like they were too happy to be caught!
Just check out that hand sandwich!
Will they ever make it official?? Sigh.
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That's because it was announced on Thursday that the 60-year-old reality TV star will be judging two of her daughters on an upcoming episode of Fashion Police!
Kris will be guest hosting alongside Giuliana Rancic, Brad Goreski, Melissa Rivers, and Margaret Cho as they breakdown the best and the worst looks of New York Fashion Week… including Kendall & Kylie Jenner's new line Kendall + Kylie!
This will be Kris' first appearance on the E! series since their Halloween special back in 2012!
Make sure to catch Kris Jenner's episode of Fashion Police when it airs Thursday, February 18 at 8 p.m. EST on E!
[Image via Kris Jenner/Instagram.]
What chic news!
E! announced on Thursday that the comedian has been upgraded to special co-host for the 2016 awards season!
Margaret shared an adorable statement in response to the news — and a sweet thank you to the late Joan Rivers, saying:
100 more years! 100 more years!
While President Barack Obama's time in office may be coming to a close, that doesn't mean we're about to forget all the good he's done for LGBT people across America.
And it looks like we're not alone — because OUT Magazine just named President Obama the Ally of the Year!
The mag's annual OUT100 issue celebrates queer individuals in every aspect of entertainment, honoring the year's best musicians, newsmakers, athletes, stylists, politicians, and everything else across the board.
So which other famous faces joined President Obama as part of OUT's Top 100?? See the biggest names (below)!
Is it possible?? Could the Fashion Police feud finally be over??
And over six months later, Brad Goreski is saying it's over!
On the topic of the Kelly and G's feud, the FP co-host confessed at a New York Fashion Week event on Wednesday:
"I think it's nonexistent now. I think they both said what they needed to say and they're both doing great things. I think we're all a little too obsessed with feuds and ugly things going on between people, and we have so much to celebrate with the show, and Kelly has [so] much to celebrate on her own that I think we all just kind of need to move on, baby!"
Well, he's definitely not making it sound like they've made up, but that they're just moving on!
Guess Kelly calling out Giuliana for being a "liar" may have hit her too deep to come back from. Yikes!
At least the lavender-haired beauty and Brad are still close! He shared:
Kelly Osbourne and Giuliana Rancic have been mired in a controversy for a little while now — but this weekend, Kelly turned up the heat with some comments she made at the 4th annual NYX FACE Awards in El Lay!
Osbourne, of course, left E!'s Fashion Police amid controversy surrounding Rancic after Giuliana made disparaging remarks about Zendaya on the show earlier this year, and now Osbourne has spoken some very direct words about her departure, the show, and Giuliana.
Talking to reporters late Saturday night, Osbourne said:
Fashion Police has finally found some celebs to fill out the panel on the season premiere of the E! talk show.
What would U think of a five-person panel??
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Melissa was already involved in the show as a producer, but now she'll be taking on full-time critiquing duties!
"I'm very excited to be given the opportunity to continue to work with my E! and Fashion Police family."
And so are we!
Jeff Olde, the E! network's executive vice president of programming and development, is also very happy about it:
"As an executive producer since the beginning, Melissa helped shape Fashion Police into an iconic TV series that couples fashion with comedy. We are pleased to now also feature Melissa in front of the 'Fashion Police' cameras, as she joins returning panelists Giuliana and Brad. And with the added flavor of rotating panelists, the show will deliver fresh, different and unpredictable fashion reviews with each new episode."
It's gonna be great fun, we're sure! And hopefully there won't be any more racist jokes.
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