MWC Daily: E! Puts ‘Fashion Police’ on Hiatus
If you're a fan of the E! Network's 'Fashion Police,' I have some sad news for you. The show has been put on hiatus.
In the wake of Kelly Osbourne and Kathy Griffin announcing their departures recently, E! released a statement on Tuesday saying the show will go on hiatus until September. I for one was a big fan of the show when Joan Rivers was the host. After her passing, the show, in my opinion, lacked the magic it once had. We'll see it 'Fashion Police' actually returns to the airwaves this fall.
*Wind advisory in effect until 5pm for the entire state of NH, except Coos and Grafton Counties.*
Partly sunny, breezy and maybe a few flurries, high 30...partly to mostly cloudy in the North Country with the chance of a few snow showers and a high of 16. Check your 5-day forecast.
The Sound of Music Special Tonight on ABC
My DVR is already set up to record the special airing tonight at 10pm. I love Julie Andrews.
Keith Urban - Through the Years
Check out the many hairstyles of Keith Urban through the years. Plus, time is running out to enter our Keith Urban contest.
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Wake Up Winning
Thursday, we will have another $50 gift certificate to giveaway to Sunseekers in Dover/Portsmouth.