'Fashion Police' returned on Monday (31.08.25) with a new section in honour of late host Joan Rivers called ''What Would Joan Say?''.
The 'Fashion Police' reboot honoured the late Joan Rivers with a new ''What Would Joan Say?'' segment.
During the show, Melissa - who lost her mother last September at the age of 81 - shared how she is always asking ''what would my mom say about this?'' when thinking about the show Joan made a success before introducing the new part of the series.
Co-producer Melissa said: ''There isn't a day that goes by when I don't see something and think, 'What would my mom say about this?' Let's find out in our newest segment, 'What Would Joan Say?' ''
Meanwhile, former panellist Kelly Osbourne congratulated Melissa on the ''awesome show'' and she replied thanking her for the ''amazing'' flowers she sent.
The 30-year-old presenter tweeted Melissa: ''@MelRivers congratulations on an awesome show tonight! (sic)''
To which Melissa responded: ''@KellyOsbourne I love you!!! The flowers are amazing and you owned the lavender carpet! Xxx #friends #mysister (sic)''
Several stars also took to social media to praise Melissa - who took over from her mother as the main host for the show - including Gigi Hadid who is ''so happy'' 'Fashion Police' is back.
She wrote: ''Soooo happy @e_FashionPolice is back!!!!!! (Even though there are mixed feelings about my VMA's look good to laugh at urself sometimes) (sic)''
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