Joan Rivers has once again come under fire with the writers on Fashion Police after apparently reversing her stance on their ongoing dispute with E!, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Jennifer Lawrence has spoken out against the unrealistic body expectations to which women are subjected.
During a Yahoo chat, an audience member asked Lawrence to share advice to young girls facing body image criticism, to which she responded, "Well, screw those people."
Joan Rivers and the Writers Guild of America East have resolved the charges brought against Rivers, the organization announced Monday.
The guild had charged Rivers with violating its rules by continuing to write for E!'s Fashion Police, even though the show's writers have been on strike since mid-April. As a co-host of the program, Rivers is contractually obligated to continue with her hosting duties, but the WGAE argued that those do not include her writing for the show.
Things got very revealing when model Chrissy Teigen appeared on Fashion Police Friday.
Teigen, 27, told host Joan Rivers that she always goes commando because she prefers...
Wedding bells will soon be ringing for Kelly Osbourne.
The Fashion Police co-host is engaged to her boyfriend Matthew Mosshart, Hello! magazine reports. Mosshart proposed during a recent vacation the couple took to Anguilla.