6, 7, and 8 featuring unique products themed around the movie.” “Eat Pray Love,” based on the best-selling novel and starring Julia Roberts and Javier Bardem, will be released Aug. “There are very few retailers out there that have the breadth and depth of HSN,” Marc Weinstock, president of worldwide marketing for Sony Pictures, said in a canned statement.
“This is a unique promotion that taps into its power as a content, community, and commerce platform, and we are excited to have them on board as a partner.
One of the show’s segments is “Starlet or Streetwalker? But we suggest a better name for that bit: “Starlet or Harlot?
” On the episode we saw, the Fashion Police panel pegged a hot-pants wearing woman as a hooker, and when the woman’s face was revealed it was Kate Gosselin.
It’s obvious that Rivers hates anything Miley Cyrus wears, but thinks Taylor Swift is a fashion icon, along with Natalie Portman.
Some of the show’s other segments include “Red Carpet Roll-Out,” which takes viewers to star-studded events around the world, and “Rack Report,” which showcases those female celebrities who are carrying more than their fair share up top.
The fashion police also hit the streets to assess the style choices of celebrities out and about in the “Caught Casual” segment, and will skewer who show a bit too much flesh in “Skin Flick.” Other segments include “What the Hell Happened to…” and “What Were You Thinking?
Joan’s commentary and her three fellow “police” will close each episode as she runs down the final ‘best and the worst’ of the week. Entertainment Network, George Kotsiopoulos, Giuliana Rancic, Jessica Alba, Joan Rivers, Julia Roberts, Kate Gosselin, Kelly Osbourne, Miley Cyrus, Natalie Portman, QVC, Style Network, Taylor Swift, The Homeshoppingista Posted in "Fashion Police", Celebrities, E!
Entertainment Television, Home Shopping Networks, Joan Rivers, Julia Roberts, Miss Moss the Homeshoppingista, QVC, Style Network, Uncategorized | 4 Comments » We’re going to have to give you an abbreviated post on HSN’s second-quarter conference call Wednesday, because we’ve been writing since 8 a.m., and it’s p.m., and we’re tired.