Kathy Griffin has just joined “Fashion Police,” and she’s showing everyone she’s not afraid to make frenemies. Just check out who she dissed on the first episode — Amal Alamuddin-Clooney! Was Griffin too harsh on Mrs. George Clooney? Read on for further details.
On her first hosting episode of “Fashion Police,” Kathy Griffin decided to show Hollywood and their viewers that she isn’t afraid on stepping on anyone’s shoes. As seen on the video clip, Griffin dissed Amal Alamuddin-Clooney’s “naughty dishwasher” gloves that she wore during the 2015 Golden Globes.
Griffin thinks it is fascinating that they are not supposed to make fun of Alamuddin just because she got married to “the great George Clooney.” For the controversial host, everyone may be put on the spotlight and scrutinized. Nobody is safe from getting talked about in the show just because they have a higher status. No one “gets a pass.”
The comedian was referring to Mrs. Clooney’s arm-length white gloves that she wore during the prestigious awards night with a full-length black Dior evening gown. For her, the gloves reminded her of a porn scene wherein the girl isn’t wearing anything except for the gloves. Additionally, when she learned that Alamuddin made the gloves herself, the 54-year-old comedian wasn’t shy to show off her snarky comment.
Her co-host, Kelly Osbourne, believes that the gloves Alamuddin wore belonged to a vet who was helping a calf give birth.
“Like, she used those bovine insemination gloves to rake through her hair instead of a brush,” Griffin added.
It also appeared like Griffin had a personal disinterest on the newlywed human rights lawyer.
“Yeah, she’s annoying. You heard me! Everybody run in fear!” Griffin remarked.
Before Griffin could add any more, she took a brief moment to reflect on the real reason why she was on “Fashion Police.”
“Before I start making more enemies and burning new bridges, I want to thank my good friend, the late Joan Rivers. Joan, I know you are watching from heaven,” the host explained.
She ends her sentence with a confident note: “but I am not afraid to bring the hammer down on anyone.”
Griffin replaced Joan Rivers on the E! show after she died last Sept. 4, 2014 while undergoing vocal cord surgery. She died at the age of 81.
Was it right for Kathy Griffin to diss Amal Alamuddin-Clooney? Or should she lie low with her words and be careful about whom she attacks?
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