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'Fashion Police' writers go on strike

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UPDATE: To answer your first question first: Yes, E!’s Fashion Police has writers.

Second, they’re going on strike. The Writers Guild of America has called on its members to halt work on the fashion chat show, which is hosted by comedian Joan Rivers and produced by her production company, Rugby Productions.

“This is very simple,” said Fashion Police writer Ned Rice in a statement. “We have earned the right to be a Guild show, we deserve to be a Guild show, and we want to be a Guild show. The ball is clearly in E! and Rugby’s court right now and we’re ready to go back to work on Fashion Police just as soon as they sign a WGA contract.” READ FULL STORY

Shannon Elizabeth gets combative on 'What Not to Wear' -- EXCLUSIVE VIDEO

Boldly going where Mayim Bialik and Mindy Cohn have gone before, Shannon Elizabeth makes a memorable appearance on TLC’s What Not to Wear Thursday night (10 p.m. ET). Watch an exclusive clip below as the American Pie star dissects the “sophisticated” casual look Clinton Kelly and Stacy London have put together for her — which she would not be caught dead in. READ FULL STORY

Style Network to air week-long coverage of Fashion Week

Fashion junkies, get ready.

Mercedez-Benz Fashion Week, formerly known simply as New York Fashion Week, will be getting extensive cable coverage on Style Network, as well as on Style Media’s website, myStyle.com.

Kicking off Thursday, Sept. 6, the marathon programming will include an exclusive telecast of the 2012 Style Awards, specials featuring interviews with such designers as Tommy Hilfiger and Michael Kors, and fashion-themed episodes of Gossip Girl and Sex & the City, plus marathons of America’s Next Top Model and Project Runway.

Here’s a sample of what Style Network will have to offer during New York’s celebration of fashion next month: READ FULL STORY

'American Idol': Tommy Hilfiger joins as Image Advisor for finalists

American Idol contestants certainly get enough vocal coaching and critiquing, so why not add an image advisor to the mix? Starting next week, fashion designer Tommy Hilfiger will debut as the newest mentor on the Idol team, advising the finalists on how to transform their style on the Idol stage into pop star material.

”I am honored to be joining Ryan, Steven, Jennifer, Randy, and Jimmy for the 11th season of American Idol,” said Hilfiger in a statement. ”My own experiences at the beginning of my career inspired my commitment to mentor young people who are dedicated to pursuing their dreams. Musicians can bring such a unique vision and personality to the stage. I admire risk takers who share my belief in the power of fashion to transform and influence, and I look forward to working with the artists to guide them in defining their performance style and identity.”

Hilfiger will make his Idol debut next Thursday during the week’s results episode.

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