Giuliana Rancic leaving E!’s red carpet coverage after 20 years


(*20*) Rancic is departing E!’s red carpet coverage after 20 years on the community.

The “Stay From the Red Carpet” staple introduced over the weekend that she’s “thrilled” to start out a brand new journey creating tales with E!’s dad or mum firm, NBCUniversal.

“After 20 fabulous years internet hosting E!’s red carpet, I’ve determined to step out of my red carpet heels into a brand new pair of sneakers,” Rancic captioned an Instagram photo of herself from a previous Oscars award present.

“One among my passions is nice storytelling and I’m thrilled to announce a brand new growth take care of E!’s dad or mum firm NBCUniversal the place I will probably be producing and bringing tales to life.” ⁣⁣⁣

Rancic, 46, thanked her manufacturing staff for serving to her make “some lovely recollections collectively that I’ll at all times carry with me” and ended her be aware with a message for her devoted followers.

“And to all of the viewers, all all over the world, thanks for watching and supporting me as we went alongside collectively on this red carpet journey,” she concluded. “I really like and respect you all and I positive hope you’ll be part of me as I enter this thrilling new chapter.”

Rancic’s departure comes after Web page Six solely reported that Jason Kennedy was additionally out at E! after greater than 15 years. Longtime host and producer Ryan Seacrest additionally introduced in February that he was exiting “E!’s Live From the Red Carpet” to “transfer on to new adventures.”

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Rancic’s departure comes after Jason Kennedy and Ryan Seacrest each exited E!’s red carpet.
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“Queer Eye” star Karamo Brown served as Seacrest’s substitute on the red carpet on the 2021 Golden Globes.

Rancic’s red carpet profession wasn’t at all times clean. The previous “Vogue Police” co-host got here beneath fireplace after the 2015 Academy Awards for saying Zendaya’s dreadlocks made her look “like she smells like patchouli oil” or “weed.”

The “Euphoria” star slammed Rancic’s feedback as “disrespectful” and “outrageously offensive.”

“I’m sorry I offended you and others,” Rancic tweeted in response. “I used to be referring to a bohemian stylish look. Had nothing to do with race and NEVER would!!!”

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