But there was another swap that generated a stir in the fashion world: Demi Moore's stylist, Brad Goreski, replaced George Kotsiopoulos, who was not invited back after four seasons. 12, marking the first episode without matriarch Joan Rivers, whose untimely death last year led Kathy Griffin to replace her as host.
So in short, he's no rookie when it comes to fashion.
And it's exciting that after schooling others in great style on Fashion Police, he is rolling up his sleeves and actually creating his own.
The new infant English prince has been named George Alexander Louis, and it's been popular for many monarchs.
But the name George—which was big for babies in the 1920s and 1950s—hasn’t seen a heyday in a long time.
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] There doesn't seem to be any hard feelings, however, as George recently said: He also added that he'll definitely be tuning in from time to time to watch the show with its new lineup.
Update: According to The Hollywood Reporter, George Kotsiopoulous was "not invited back" to Fashion Police.
Kotsiopoulos has yet to confirm the reason he left himself.
The 46-year-old is keeping busy with his own celebrity clients, including Melissa Mc Carthy, and has a clothing line set to make its QVC debut in February.