'Fashion Police' Series Finale: The Co-Hosts Look Back And Reflect on The Death Of Joan Rivers

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It has been three years since television personality and comedian, Joan Rivers, passed away but her legacy and timeless jokes continue to live on. Rivers was most remembered for her harsh, but entertaining fashion advice on the E!'s, Fashion Police. Rivers was the show's lead host with Kelly Osbourne, George Kotsiopoulos, and Giuliana Rancic as her co-hosts.

The show caught a lot of flack over the years for the outlandish comments the panel would make about some celebrities' attire. Nonetheless, when it came time for any award show, the Fashion Police were there, with their brutally honest opinions whether we liked it or not.

Following Rivers shocking death on Sept. 4, 2014, the show was put on hold for five months while E! looked for a replacement. Since then, fellow comedian and actress Kathy Griffin joined the panel for seven episodes before exiting, and Osbourne and Kostiopoulos left the show as well. After their departure, the show added Rivers' daughter, Melissa, along with reality star NeNe Leakes, comedian Margaret Cho, and celebrity stylist Brad Goreski to the panel. Rancic was the only original host still on the show.

The show continued to honor River's legacy by holding true to what it does best. Unfortunately, it was announced in October of this year that E! will be ending Fashion Police with the series finale airing on Nov. 27.

The series finale titled, Fashion Police: The Farewell will be an hour long episode that will highlight the show's most memorable moments and segments, with the original members, Osbourne and Kostiopoulos returning as well.

During a teaser clip, the co-host reflected on the impact Rivers made in their lives.

"It's phenomenal what she did for women in comedy. She allowed us a space to actually be and to exist. I'm so moved and so grateful that I got to be a part of this show that she loved so," Cho shared.

Rancis recalled how "emotional" she was when she received the news of Joan's passing, while Goreski commented that on the day of her passing, there was a moment of silence in New York which was "such a beautiful moment and the smallest way the fashion world could honor her."

The finale will also air never before seen footage of the late comedian.

What was your favorite moment on Fashion Police?

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