Yet another ex is in Johnny Depp's corner!
The letter, dated Friday but only revealed now says in part:
After quitting the Fashion Police on Thursday, celebs like Lena Dunham have expressed their support and praise for her decision.
Check out the congratulatory March 12 post Lena shared (below)!
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!
Birds of a fashionable feather!
It's been a VERY rough couple of weeks for Fashion Police…
And while Kelly hasn't said too much about her own departure, she did take to Twitter on Thursday to voice her support for Kathy, saying:
Now, there are TWO open spots on Fashion Police!
The 54-year-old had been a part of the program for only 7 episodes, and we've got to say, we were excited to have her expert sense of humor on the show.
With two hosts down, the real question is will there even be a show after Kathy's exit?
The comedienne tweeted the following message:
As if the Fashion Police crew hasn't been hit with enough dramz.
Unfortunately, it isn't — because Kathy Griffin totally just threw her co-host under the bus… figuratively.
While E! has remained silent on the matter, the 54-year-old comedian spoke out about that whole debacle.
The Chicago Sun Times asked Kathy if the joke would've had the same backlash if she said it instead of G. Kathy responded:
Kelly Osbourne is signing off!
The Fashion Police co-host gave E! her walking papers today.
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.
What better way to celebrate the 2015 Oscars than with the best tweets of the night!
From funny to serious and everything else in between, some of our fave celebs SLAYED the twitterverse with their candid and hilarious remarks!
Take the comedian Billy Eichner, who spoke out against The Academy for neglecting to include Joan Rivers in their In Memoriam segment. Or what about last year's host, Ellen DeGeneres, congratulating Neil Patrick Harris on a job well done?
Yep, last night was a good night to be a celeb on Twitter!
Check out the rest of the amazing tweets (below)!