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Fashion Police is officially going back on air tonight, breaking its months-long "extended hiatus" that was put in place last March after Kathy Griffin quit seven episodes into a new season, following in former co-host Kelly Osbourne's footsteps. The two remaining co-hosts, Brad Goreski and Giuliana Rancic (who's no longer at E! News) will work with new co-host Melissa Rivers and two guest hosts, NeNe Leakes and Margaret Cho, to critique the MTV VMA Awards style, hopefully without saying anything too offensive along the way.
According to E!, the Fashion Police set got an upgrade that will be unveiled tonight when the show airs at 8pm EST, and there will be a rotating lineup of guest host appearances on each episode that will be announced on social media before the show each week. It isn't clear how long the rebooted season will last but Rivers initially only signed on for six episodes.