Did Kathy Griffin resign from her hosting job at Fashion Police because she was getting fired?
Sources close to production say the comedienne — who only lasted seven episodes — angered the staff by rejecting ideas and badmouthing the show.
And while the 52-year-old spoke fondly of her short stint in her resignation tweet — Kathy reportedly wanted to quit three times. Producers had talked her into staying by promising they'd let her do her own brand of comedy, but those promises ended up being empty.
Would this count as a fashion faux pas?
We were pretty surprised on Thursday when Kathy Griffin announced that she was quitting Fashion Police… but we're even more surprised by the news that the E! series is going to continue with only two of its hosts!
As you probably know by now, after Giuliana Rancic made those distasteful Zendaya comments, Kelly Osbourne promptly quit over the racist controversy, leaving just G and newbie Brad Goreski on the panel.
And while the future of Melissa Rivers' show seemed bleak, the entertainment network revealed that it has no plans of cancelling the stylish show!
Kelly Osbourne is signing off!
The Fashion Police co-host gave E! her walking papers today.
The 30-year-old threatened to quit earlier this week, after her co-host Giuliana Rancic made insensitive comments about Zendaya's hair at the Oscars.
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Giuliana publicly apologized to Zendaya and Kelly seemingly moved on. But sources reveal Kelly has been discontent with Fashion Police even before the hair controversy.
The man finally speaks!
George Kotsiopoulos spent four years as a co-host on E!'s Fashion Police alongside Kelly Osbourne, Giuliana Rancic, and of course, the late Joan Rivers.
But the celebrity stylist wasn't asked to return for the show's current incarnation with new host Kathy Griffin, and was, in fact, replaced by fellow stylist Brad Goreski.
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There doesn't seem to be any hard feelings, however, as George recently said: