E! Continues Oscar Coverage with Super-Sized E! NEWS & FASHION POLICE Tonight
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The last Oscar has been handed out, but Hollywood's biggest, most glamorous award show is not over yet. Tonight, Monday, February 25th E! presents a full evening of news, information and fashion about the previous night's event.
At 7:00pm ET/PT, Ryan Seacrest and Giuliana Rancic anchor a full 90-minute episode of E! News which will include a comprehensive recap of all the awards and the evening's most eye-catching fashions, highlights from the telecast, clips from E!'s red carpet interviews with all the A-list stars and insiders coverage of the hottest Oscar parties.
Then at 8:30pm ET/PT, for the first-time ever, "Fashion Police" is a super-sized 90-minute episode to capture every fashion moment from the previous night's Oscars. Joan Rivers, Kelly Osbourne, Giuliana Rancic and George Kotsiopoulos delve into the styles that rocked the red carpet... and those that rang flat. Plus special guests Sarah Silverman and Nina Garcia stop by to join in on the fun! Sarah matches wits with Joan as the two discuss Sarah being fired from Saturday Night Live and now hanging with Anne Hathaway at last night's Vanity Fair party - then the comedienne reveals her best and worst looks including a very unfortunate, blueberry-resembling princess gown she wore to the 2009 Emmys. Then Nina dishes about Anne Hathaway and the "pointer sisters," as well as Ben Affleck's leading lady, Jennifer Garner. She also vents about some of Oscar's returning leading ladies including Helen Hunt's bargain fashion - prompting quick comparison to Sharon Stone circa 1996.
Don't miss a full evening of Oscar coverage on E! with a 90-minute "E! News" at 7:00pm ET/PT and a 90-minute "Fashion Police" beginning at 8:30pm ET/PT.