After more than two decades, Fashion Police, the iconic series on E! Network, an American basic cable and satellite television channel, would end its run with a special finale on November 27.
According to People, the special will reveal never-before-seen footage including a previously unaired 80s-themed episode featuring the late show co-creator and long-running host late Joan Rivers, the legendary comedian.
Fashion Police covered every major award show and fashion event through the lens of Rivers’ comedic commentary.
The network announced Wednesday that the series hosted by Melissa Rivers, Joan’s daughter, will sign off with a special episode, ‘Fashion Police: The Farewell’.
Fashion Police was helmed by the legendary comedian since its inception in 1995, covering every major award show and fashion event with Joan’s signature sharp wit.
After the demise of Joan, 81, in September 2014, the franchise continued with the blessing of Melissa, 49, as executive producer who also became a co-host in 2015.
Other hosts include Giuliana Rancic, Brad Goreski, NeNe Leakes and Margaret Cho.
“Thank you to E! for having the vision to see the potential of Fashion Police which changed both the entertainment and fashion industries,” Melissa said in a statement.
“I am truly proud to be part of this legacy.”
“For the past 20 years, Fashion Police has been part of the pop culture zeitgeist and it’s definitely been a fun ride for the hosts as well as the viewers across the globe.”
From celebrity appearances and never-before-seen moments with the late, great Joan Rivers, the finale is going to be a show fans won’t want to miss as we all celebrate the great run the show has had.
“I can’t wait!” Rancic, 43, also said in a statement.
The special will revisit some of the funniest and most beloved segments, such as “Bitch Stole My Look,” “Guess Me from Behind,” and “Starlet or Streetwalker.”
It will also feature surprise celebrity guests, taking viewers behind-the-scenes with insider scoop from cast and crew.
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