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Kathy Griffin Explains Quitting 'Fashion Police': I Shouldn't Have Taken the Gig

16 March 2015 12:40 PM, PDT | Entertainment Tonight | See recent Entertainment Tonight news »

There's a "leaky boat" at Fashion Police, according to the show's former host Kathy Griffin.

Just days after she announced that she's leaving the show, Griffin spoke to Howard Stern on his SiriusXM radio show about what really happened behind the scenes of her departure.

"I've never worked on a show with so many leaks," she told him.

The 54-year-old comedian made her debut as host back in January after the late Joan Rivers' daughter, and executive producer of the show, Melissa personally asked her to take on the role her mother made so fabulous.

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"Melissa is the one who called and said you're the person that my mom would truly give her blessing to," she said.

Watch: Inside Kathy Griffin's Decision to Quit Fashion Police

The comedian accepted the challenge, but looking back she now admitted, "I probably shouldn't have taken the gig."

And while Joan shined on Fashion Police with her biting »

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On Tour: Clint Eastwood’s "Jersey Boys" and "American Sniper"

1 January 2015 2:21 PM, PST | MUBI | See recent MUBI news »

Many broken men populate Clint Eastwood’s knotty cinematic sandbox. An inciting action forces them to brazenly jump from normal life in search of revenge or salvation, burying themselves in self-righteousness and self-pity along the way. Still, despite this stubborn resolve their endgame often hinges on a homecoming of sorts, whether it’s written in blood or tears. By the end of 2014, Eastwood will have released two new films in very different genres that complicate this motif. Both Jersey Boys and American Sniper examine elite professionals whose work takes them on the road, away from the domestic confines of family and femininity to an isolated place where chaotic situations are common. But instead of doing everything in their power to return home, these men manipulate the classic “hero’s journey” as a selfish way to avoid the complex perspectives of those they’ve left behind or forgotten. Being on tour »

- Glenn Heath Jr.

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