Kathy Griffin and Brad Goreski to join Fashion Police in 2015

1:50 PM EST 12/3/2014 by Kara Michelle, Celebeat Reporter

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With Joan Rivers gone, who's going to continue on the tradition of criticizing Hollywood fashion with a comedic twist? Kathy Griffin of course!

Griffin has been officially confirmed to be the new co-host of Fashion Police alongside veterans Guiliana Rancic and Kelly Osborne replacing the late Joan Rivers who passed away last September 4 this year. She will be joined by Brad Goreski who will be filling in for outgoing co-host George Kotsiopoulos.

Brad Goreski is a celebrity stylist and the reality star of the hit Bravo show, It's a Brad, Brad World. He was first launched into the spotlight as Rachel Zoe's former assistant in The Rachel Zoe Project. Griffin is known for her show My Life On The D-List.

Executive Vice President, Programming and Development of E!, Jeff Olde, shares that Rivers was a mentor to Kathy and believes that Griffin will "continue her legacy and do the series justice by bringing her own unique comedic style and tell-it-like-it-is personality to the host chair".

The 54-year old award-winning actress and comedian shared in a released statement last December 1 that she will be filling in big shoes and is hoping that viewers will accept her. She also adds that I "am taking no prisoners. I am not holding back". She had hinted the big role in a tweet last November 30.

Rivers' daughter and Fashion Police Executive Producer, Melissa Rivers, gave Griffin her blessing saying that "Kathy just feels right, and Brad brings a fun, new voice to join Giuliana and Kelly in this ensemble".

Get ready for more laughs as Fashion Police is set to return to E! in early 2015. However there have been confirmed changes made to the show. The show will only have 17 episodes for the whole year instead
of its usual weekly air date and will only focus entirely on big fashion-centric events such as the Grammys, Oscars, New York Fashion Week and Emmys.

The show will make its debut on January 12 starting with a live coverage of the Golden Globes.

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