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E!'s 'Style Police' will end next month

The effectively-heeled Joan Rangers will log off for the final time next month when E!'s iconic "Style Police" involves an end.

The lengthy-operating sequence that mixed the twin passions of late comedian and trend-phile Joan Rivers will end with a sequence finale. "Style Police: The Farewell" will air on Nov. 27, the cable community introduced Wednesday.

The particular will embrace scenes from a by no means-earlier than-seen '80s-themed episode that includes Rivers. Watch a clip under.

The stand-up diva had been a mainstay on the community for the reason that early 1990s whereas offering witty commentary on practically each main award present and trend occasion till her untimely death in 2014. She relaunched her profession together with her irreverent, unfiltered purple-carpet protection, and that carried over into the usually-controversial tv sequence when it debuted in 2002.

Her daughter, Melissa Rivers, who co-created the sequence and served as government producer, succeeded the veteran comedian because the host in 2015, dishing her mom's signature one-liners and movie star-aimed zingers. E! persona Giuliana Rancic, stylist Brad Goreski, actuality star NeNe Leakes and comic Margaret Cho now serve as panelists alongside her, together with a slew of movie star visitors who weigh in on notable trend hits and misses.

"Joan’s beloved no-holds-barred model fueled the franchise’s intelligent method to trend and comedy, and we're extremely happy with its lengthy-operating success," E! President Adam Stotsky mentioned in a press release. "We're additionally particularly grateful to Melissa, in addition to Giuliana, Brad, Nene, Margaret and all the 'Style Police' workforce, who've continued to ship the laughs and make this iconic franchise actually considered one of a sort."

Within the assertion, Melissa Rivers thanked the community for "having the imaginative and prescient to see the potential of 'Style Police,'" and credited the present with altering the leisure and trend industries.

"I'm actually proud to be a part of this legacy," she mentioned.

The community mentioned it will proceed its purple-carpet protection and trend evaluation by way of different applications reminiscent of "Stay from the Pink Carpet," "E! Information Look Guide" and digital platforms.

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