So sad and scary.
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This is just so sad!
It's about time!
While Giuliana Rancic announced that she was going back to Fashion Police last week, it's only fair that the one person who wasn't actually involved in the scandal got to confirm that he was returning too.
Giuliana appeared on Access Hollywood Live! on Wednesday and told the world that she knows that Brad Goreski will be accompanying her on the panel, but didn't say if she knew who else would be with them.
But not only was the 40-year-old co-host pumped for the E! series to return in the Fall, she seemed pretty happy with the controversy as a whole, saying:
Giuliana Rancic may be returning to Fashion Police, but that doesn't mean everyone is happy about it.
Even though Kelly and Kathy Griffin both exited the series, the 30-year-old fashionista still believes that Giuliana could have handled the 'patchouli oil and weed' fallout more tactfully.
Fresh off of G's official FP return announcement on Wednesday, Kelly released a statement of her own, saying:
Fashion Police is coming back, but will Giuliana Rancic be on the panel?
Towards the end of her interview, Savannah Guthrie asked G is she would return the E! show, which went on hiatus after the now infamous comments. Giuliana cryptically replied, "We'll see."
Well, the 40-year-old gave a definitive answer in an interview with EXTRA on Wednesday:
Sounds like there's SO much bad blood between these three! Or maybe just between Giuliana Rancic and her former co-hosts!
It's probably because G felt like they threw her under the bus — but she's practically doing the same thing by blaming the editor who worked on that particular episode!
In an interview with HuffPost Live on Thursday, the on-air personality revealed some animosity between herself and her former FP co-hosts. She said:
On Sunday night, HBO aired its controversial documentary Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief, and as expected it got people talking.
All the revelations about wire tapping, propaganda, how the organization treats Suppressive Persons, or SPs — it's pretty wild stuff!
Of course, there's no place on Earth more affected by Scientology than Hollywood.
So what did Hollywood think of Going Clear? Here are some of the best celeb reactions:
Andy Cohen and Anderson Cooper couldn't agree less on Kathy Griffin's departure from Fashion Police! The two expertly argued about the comedianne's abrupt exit from the controversial style show during Cohen's after show Watch What Happens Live!
When a caller asked Cooper what he thought about the funny-lady's recent split from the show, the CNN anchor said that he texted Griffin right after she announced her exit. He explained:
"I'm a huge Kathy Griffin fan. I want nothing but the best for Kathy, and I think she's going to go on to bigger and better things."
Though the mighty Silver Fox was nothing but supportive of his friend and New Year's Eve Live co-host, Cohen seemed to have an opposing view. The Bravo host said: