'Fashion Police' to Continue Without Joan Rivers

The show will return from hiatus in January.
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The show will return from hiatus in January.
Rivers in May. Photo: Jeff Schear/Getty Images

Rivers in May. Photo: Jeff Schear/Getty Images

In the wake of Joan Rivers's tragic passing earlier this month, the fate of her popular E! show, "Fashion Police," has been, understandably, left hanging. 

During a 90-minute tribute episode to Rivers, her daughter Melissa, who is an executive producer on the show, confirmed that "Fashion Police" would continue -- albeit not until January, making its return for the Golden Globes red carpet.

Rivers was the main host of the show, which debuted in 2010. Kelly Osbourne, Guiliana Rancic and George Kotsiopoulos have long served as co-hosts, alongside occasional guest hosts -- but Rivers, with her barbed wit and penchant for saying what others only only dared to think, undoubtedly made the show what it is today.

We don't yet know who's in line to replace the late Rivers -- if the show plans on replacing her at all. E! did not immediately respond to our request for comment.