We know something is coming at Sunday's VMAs...
...and now we have a better idea of exactly what that might be!
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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The man finally speaks!
There doesn't seem to be any hard feelings, however, as George recently said:
It's that time of year again!
With award season just around the corner, Fashion Police will be making its highly anticipated return — with two new cast members!
But she won't be going at it alone!
That, along with her dip into motherhood might be influencing Miz Zoe to end her feud with Brad just in time for awards season.
An insider revealed:
It's a bad, bad week for Brad Goreski!
Or it seems like one anyway.
The former protege of Rachel Zoe has announced that he's "taking a break" from his reality show, It's a Brad, Brad World, on Bravo.
Plus, Brad can't be too happy that the last season of his show had its lowest ratings ever.
But it's really not so bad since the stylist still has all of his other major Hollywood clients and a steady gig working for Kate Spade.
We think he'll be all right!
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It really is a Brad, Brad World now, and there’s no room for Rachel Zoe in it!
After five seasons, the execs over at Bravo have finally pulled the plug on The Rachel Zoe Project following the show's lowest rated episode ever on April 3rd, with only 518,000 viewers!
A source explained the network's decision to axe the out of style show, saying: