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Kathy Griffin's First Act as Joan's Replacement: Take Down Amal Clooney

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Photo: Getty Images

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Amal Clooney's white gloves, hand-sewn by the woman herself, were instantly a favorite Twitter topic after the Golden Globes (thanks especially to #AmalsGloves and of course their very own account). So of course they were going to be featured prominently on "Fashion Police," now with 100% more Kathy Griffin. Griffin's review of the gloves were harsh but also vivid, saying that they remind her of "a porn scene where the guy goes home and there's the naughty dishwasher and she only has the gloves." Kelly Osbourne added her two cents, remarking that they belong "on a vet helping a calf be born." Endearing tale of a natural farm animal birth, but ouch.