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The new face of E! News has officially been appointed!
Happy happy joy joy!
Giuliana Rancic, the sweetest E! News anchor & managing editor, host of Fashion Police, and red-carpet translator, will grace our TV screens for at least three more years.
We hope the contract includes LOTS of maternity perks!
Rancic recently expressed:
Talk about a stream of good news!
Fashion Policewoman Giuliana Rancic has a lot more than babies on her mind!
The mommy-to-be is joining forces with HSN to launch her very own clothing line G by Giuliana.
Giuliana's keeping most of the deets on the DL, but she did have this to say:
"I'm beyond excited. All the time I've spent on Fashion Police, E! News and Live From the Red Carpet puts me on the front line of style. Viewers are always asking for style advice so it inspired me to start my own line. My priority was to make clothes that were very affordable and very chic. I definitely kept Joan Rivers in mind while designing the line. I want to make sure I am on her best dressed list!"
Giuliana's actually been working on the line since last year and will be unveiled sometime in September.
We can't wait to see her affordable creations!
PS. Fans of Giuliana & Bill will get a chance to hear Rancic dish all about the new collection on her reality show May 29!!!
[Image via Dan Jackman/WENN.]
Yes, yes, a MILLION TIMES YES!!!!
NBC’s Today Show executive producer Jamie Bell tweeted this suggestive tid-bit yesterday concerning Seacrest’s potential involvement with the show:
Wow! If true, this is a HUGE step for him!
Although it's not confirmed, sources are EXCLUSIVELY telling PerezHilton.com that Ryan Seacrest has decided to part ways with his long-standing hosting gig at E! News!
E! News reporter and Fashion Police co-host Giuliana Rancic is launching her own clothing line next year.
Giuliana spilled the beans at Nivea's 100th anniversary celebration in New York on Tuesday and said samples are currently being made.
The yet-to-be-named collection will have 10 to 12 pieces, all of which will be priced around $50.
[Image via WENN.]