In a post titled For Joan, Rancic explained she revamped her website, giulianarancic.com, and wished to use it a medium to "[share] her adventures" with fans. On that note, she addressed the return of her series Fashion of Police, which per her statement, has also been revamped.
"We have a fresh, new show in store for you guys with a completely transformed set, new segments and of course, the addition of Brad Goreski and Kathy Griffin who will be joining Kelly and I," she wrote, adding it had been "a difficult transition" to carry on without Joan Rivers.
"But we all know that she would want the show to go on," added Rancid. "We have her incredible daughter, Melissa, back as our Executive Producer and she will always be the link back to Joan. We will always think of her on set and we know that she will be watching over and laughing alongside us."
Rancic, Rivers and Kelly Osbourne co-hosted E!'s "Fashion Police," a series where hosts comment on celebrities' fashion choices, from its inception in 2010 until River's death in 2014. Comedian Kathy Griffith was chosen to join the show to replace Rivers.
"Fashion Police" returned to television on Monday.
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