When it comes to celebrity style, you’ll have to determine “Who wore it best?” on your own for the next few months.

Since the passing of host Joan Rivers last September, Fashion Police returned in January with the additions of Brad Goreski and Kathy Griffin. The new cast had a shaky start, with growing controversies as the season – and the awards shows – went on. Kelly Osbourne announced her resignation last month, with Kathy Griffin stepping down shortly thereafter, both citing creative differences. And yesterday, E! announced that the show is going on hiatus until September.

So set your TiVos for fall – and place your bets for who will step in to host.

By Renata Certo-Ware, Staff Writer

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March 19, 2015

Fans of E! mainstay Fashion Police have lamented the loss of beloved host and comedian Joan Rivers since earlier this fall. But a few months ago, viewers were excited to hear that the network is going to bring back the show, just in time to praise (or put down) celebrity red-carpet looks at the Golden Globes.

Kathy Griffin will take Joan’s seat, and now, it’s been announced that style guru Brad Goreski will also join Fashion Police when it returns on January 12. Though his Bravo show It’s a Brad, Brad World was canceled last year, we have high hopes that his tenure on E! will be a long one.

By Susie Kostaras, Associate Content Editor

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December 3, 2014

After eight years of witty remarks and oft-raunchy jokes, Chelsea Handler – TV’s sole late-night comedy queen – is stepping down from her E! throne. And now, as Handler gears up to leave Chelsea Lately at the end of this year, we have so many unanswered questions. Who will fill her shoes? What will she do next? And, most importantly: Where will Chuy go?

Chelsea Handler Leaving Talk Show

According to her manager, Irving Azoff, who spoke with The Hollywood Reporter, the comedian has been actively contemplating her post–talk show career. She’s also rumored to be in negotiations with several different “suitors.” Among them? Netflix, FX, and even a few radio stations. The fate of her faithful sidekick, however, remains unknown.

Learn more about Chelsea Handler’s E! exit on nydailynews.com.

By Emily Ketterer, Staff Writer

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March 31, 2014