Kelly Osbourne took Giuliana Rancic to task on Twitter for her controversial remarks about Zendaya‘s Oscars dreadlocks, so we know these two can’t be on the best of terms. But did Giuliana really drive Kelly off Fashion Police? Here’s what we know.
Zendaya, 18, has always been a welcome guest on Fashion Police, and despite all of the controversy surrounding Giuliana Rancic‘s racist comments about her Oscar dreadlocks, Melissa Rivers, 47, is hoping there is no bad blood. In fact, Joan Rivers‘ daughter posted a super nostalgic photo of Zendaya sitting on Joan’s lap, hoping to mend the broken relationship between the actress and the show.
Doesn’t the Grammys know better than to diss a fallen diva? At the 57th Grammy Awards on Feb. 8, the late great Joan Rivers won a posthumous award for Best Spoken Word Album for the audio recording of her book Diary of a Mad Diva. Because of this, when she was omitted from the show’s in memoriam segment later in the evening, the oversight was all the more insulting! So, why exactly was the Grammy winner not included?
Naturally, the outspoken Joan Rivers, 81, won a posthumous Grammy Award for Best Spoken Word Album for Diary of a Mad Diva on Feb. 8. In Melissa Rivers‘ heartfelt acceptance speech on behalf of her mother, she paid tribute not only to the Fashion Police host, but also to her best friend. Find out what Melissa said in her bittersweet speech while accepting her mother’s Grammy.
Joan Rivers appeared on Celebrity Apprentice in one of her final TV appearances before her sudden death and it was wonderful to see the comedian one last time during the Jan. 19 episode. Joan did her best to tell Donald Trump who she thought was the weakest link and she actually helped save Vivica A Fox.
Thank you, technology! Before she tragically passed away in September of last year, Joan Rivers dropped by Celebrity Apprentice, the series on which she had previously been a contestant–and wound up winning! Now, the time has come for us to get one last look at Joan doing what she did best: being fab. Watch a clip for the episode right now!
Fans and friends of Joan Rivers are not at all over the comedienne’s death, and now that the awards season is officially underway, her absence can be felt more than ever. When the red carpet commentator passed away late last year, she was still under contract with Fashion Police, so it’s only fitting that the show honored her in its season premiere. Check out the way her cohosts memorialized their fallen fashionista!