Fashion Police; On a New Road Map
We all want to look good and spoil our bodies with the most suitable and good looking clothes. It’s true, fashion is on a constant run through such divergent styles, but so easy to follow for some. Therefore, it comes in handy sometimes to listen to the expert’s advices on the new trend.
E! Entertainment general manager, Adam Stotsky, has gathered his crew on the 12th of March to celebrate its new conceived series, The Royals. Just as he was about to begin his toast, employee phones began vibrating. As we know, Joan Rivers’s place as the grande dame on Fashion Police has been replaced by Kathy Griffin. The latest had just announced that she was quitting the show after not more than seven episodes. She wrote on Twitter that the show was for her “a culture of unattainable perfection and intolerance toward difference". Even though Stotsky and his boss, NBCUniversal Lifestyle Networks Group president Frances Berwick have been suspecting something for some time, Griffin’s tweet took them by surprise.
Despite the fan’s disappointment, The Hollywood Reported revealed that E! will scrap the last three episodes scheduled to be shot this spring. The producers of the show are planning to start fresh in fall, minding some of the most popular events of the season, including the Emmys.