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E!'s FASHION POLICE to Celebrate 100th Episode on 11/30

November 26
4:25 2012
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E!'s FASHION POLICE to Celebrate 100th Episode on 11/30

One hundred episodes after they first came together to celebrate and analyze the world's celebrity fashionistas each week, the stars of E!'s hit series are funnier, edgier and more unpredictable than ever – and they even have their own following of superfans: the "Joan Rangers!" Now, the show that analyzes the good, the bad and the outrageous in fashion celebrates with a 100th episode that is sure to have viewers in stitches. The landmark 100th episode of E!'s weekly comedy series "Fashion Police" premieres Friday, November 30th at 10:00pm ET/PT.

Each week, the show brings together Joan Rivers, Giuliana Rancic, Kelly Osbourne and George Kotsiopoulos for a review of the week's hottest and "nottest" celebrity fashion. Premieres, parties, awards shows, concerts, everyday looks and practically every Red Carpet event known to man provide a wealth of fashion looks the police review. Together, this fab foursome slice, dice, dissect and yes ... even celebrate ... the week in fashion.

Following a steady upwards ratings trajectory, the show expanded to its present one-hour weekly format in early 2012, and once again set ratings records. Over the past 100 episodes, since the show first became a weekly series, "Fashion Police" has played host to a wealth of big name guests including Kimora Lee Simmons, Katey Sagal, Adam Lambert, Kate Walsh, Sasha Alexander, Kylie Minogue, Amare Stoudamire, Padma Lakshmi, Betsy Brandt and more. Currently, the show is seen by more than 4 million total unique viewers each week.

The 100th episode will turn the spotlight directly onto our co-hosts themselves, as they review their own worst fashion moments for all the world to see. The show also presents the "Wheel of Fash-holes" featuring the show's previous 99 Fash-holes appearing on the wheel, which is spun to randomly determine our hosts' topic of discussion. Plus, the foursome plays a lightening round game of "Guess The Dress" where they have 30 seconds to name celebrities in various pictures by only what they are wearing. It's unplanned and unscripted fashion reality at its very best.

Never-before-seen bloopers from the first 99 episodes will depict the "Fashion Police" at their funniest and most unguarded moments, while the fab four's favorite celebrity clips will highlight the stars who continue to flock to the show's sought-after guest seat. And Joan Rivers hits her own amazing milestone that no one will want to miss!

"Fashion Police" is produced by Comcast Entertainment Studios. Lisa Bacon, Melissa Rivers, Jay James and Gary Snegaroff serve as Executive Producers.

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