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The former 'Fashion Police' critic says that she 'will never admit to liking Giuliana' and drags her former co-host's name to the controversy surrounding her Donald Trump comment.
It's officially announced that Giuliana will be 'transitioning out of her day-to-day role' on E! News next month.
The three regular co-hosts will be joined by two rotating celebrity guests when the E! talk show returns with six new episodes starting on August 31.
Chrissy Teigen, John Legend, Melissa Rivers, Sheryl Underwood, and Julie Chen are among the celebrity guests coming to the annual Daytime Emmy celebration.
The 'E! News' co-anchor named her ex-boyfriend in her memoir and revealed that he cheated on her twice.
Learning she and husband Bill lost their last remaining embryo on New Year's Eve, Giuliana admits 'it was a really hard time.'
The new 'Fashion Police' critic is also questioned about Kelly Osbourne's departure which was announced on the heels of the drama.
The Osbourne patriarch is furious at the Access Hollywood host for dragging his daughter into the row between Giuliana Rancic and Disney star Zendaya Coleman.
After apologizing to Zendaya, Giuliana now claims that the one who is responsible for her comments about Zendaya's Oscars dreadlock is the writer of 'Fashion Police'.
The 'Shake It Up' actress gets supports from the likes of Kerry Washington, Viola Davis, Khloe Kardashian, and Ava DuVernay.
After tweeting an apology to Zendaya on Monday night, February 23, Giuliana apologized again to the 18-year-old actress during a brief E! News segment on Tuesday.
The purple-haired fashion critic is angry when the insensitive comment about Zendaya Coleman's Oscars appearance is attributed to her.
Zendaya responds to Giuliana's 'ignorant' comment during the latest episode 'Fashion Police' in which she said the actress' dreadlocks at the Oscars smelled like 'patchouli oil' and 'weed.'
Melissa Rivers who is still mourning the loss of her mother will play an important role in deciding whether or not the show will continue without Joan.
The CBS soap opera takes home six awards including for Outstanding Drama Series, while 'Days of Our Lives' follows behind with three gongs.