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Originally posted 12/08/2015 08:00PM
Like mother, like daughter.
Originally posted 11/23/2015 01:50PM
After a night of sheer, sparkly and barely there outfits at the American Music Awards, Fashion Police is coming back to bust stars on their style don'ts.
Melissa Rivers replaced her late mother Joan Rivers as host on the show this year, and she tells PEOPLE she's "enjoying" the job after some bumps. (Kathy Griffin and Kelly Osbourne both quit as panelists after Giuliana Rancic's controversial joke about Zendaya's dreadlocks.)
"I think we really started to find our footing those last few episodes that I hosted. So now that we have our feet underneath us, I think we can start to explore creatively a little bit more," says Melissa, who executive-produces the series, too.
Melissa Rivers Fundraises for Mom Joan's Beloved Charity, Talks Honoring Her Legacy: 'Grief Is a Process'
Originally posted 11/05/2015 05:35PM
When Joan Rivers died last September, she left behind a legacy of groundbreaking comedy – and generous philanthropy.
Originally posted 09/10/2015 08:50PM
[BRIGHTCOVE "4013975913001" "" "" "auto"] A judge has reportedly ruled that the medical personnel accused of mishandling the throat Joan Rivers had before her death do not have to admit wrongdoing at the start of the civil suit stemming from her death.
Originally posted 09/10/2015 01:25PM
After a rocky year, Fashion Police returned to the air last month – and now co-hosts Melissa Rivers and Brad Goreski are clearing the air about tensions between Giuliana Rancic and Kelly Osbourne.
Originally posted 09/04/2015 07:00PM
Kelly Osbourne has paid a heartfelt tribute to Joan Rivers on the anniversary of her death.
Originally posted 09/04/2015 09:30AM
Days after cracking wry jokes on Fashion Police in her mother's honor, Melissa Rivers is remembering Joan Rivers on the anniversary of her tragic death.
Melissa Rivers Remembers Mother Joan's Most 'Outrageous' Fashion Police Moments to Mark Anniversary of Her Death
Originally posted 09/03/2015 10:10PM
Melissa Rivers spent an evening remembering her mother Joan Rivers.
The E! tribute Remembering Joan, highlighting Joan's best Fashion Police moments comes one day shy of her unexpected death on Sept. 4, 2014, at the age of 81 following a surgical procedure.
Originally posted 09/01/2015 11:00PM
Friday will mark the one-year anniversary of Joan Rivers' death due to complications from a surgical procedure, and on Tuesday, her daughter, Melissa Rivers, revealed that she has scattered some of her mom's ashes in a place that holds fond memories for her family.
Melissa told Entertainment Tonight that she scattered some of the comedy legend's ashes in Wyoming last month. It's where Joan, Melissa and her son, Cooper, 14, would vacation each year.
"Coop and I took our annual family vacation to Wyoming. [The] first without my mom and scattered some of her ashes there so we can still be together every August as a family."
Originally posted 09/01/2015 01:00AM
Kelly Osbourne left E!'s Fashion Police earlier this year as it weathered a storm of controversy, but there were apparently no hard feelings when the show returned to the air on Monday night.
Osbourne, 30, sent a sweet message to the show's new host and producer Melissa Rivers, Tweeting, "Congratulations on an awesome show tonight!"
Rivers replied, "@KellyOsbourne I love you!!! The flowers are amazing and you owned the lavender carpet! Xxx #friends #mysister." (Rivers was referring to Osbourne's gig hosting the MTV Video Music Awards preshow on Sunday night.)
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