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Joan Rivers drank wine out of her Starbucks cup on ‘Vogue Police’

Joan Rivers had an particularly distinctive morning routine to prepare for her crimson carpet roasts on “Vogue Police.”

In line with former co-host Margaret Cho, the late, nice comic sipped on wine as an alternative of espresso to get her day began.

“She would take her big Starbucks cup after which empty it, and fill it with Chardonnay. And simply drink her Chardonnay out of her Starbucks cup, which I believed was genius,” Cho, 52, revealed on the “Folks within the ’90s” podcast this week.

She additionally shared that “Vogue Police” shot at “actually bizarre” hours — and that when she confirmed up at four a.m. to movie, Rivers “would already be there.”

Cho described working alongside her mentor Rivers, who died at age 81 in 2014, as some of her “favourite occasions.”

“She liked doing ‘Vogue Police’ and she or he was actually enthusiastic about it,” she recalled.

Cho mentioned she first met Rivers at an awards dinner within the ’90s, shortly after the comic had launched a brand new jewellery line with QVC. When provided items from the gathering, Cho responded that she didn’t put on jewellery — sparking a two-year interval of iciness between the pair, she recalled.

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Joan Rivers with her “espresso” on the set of “Vogue Police.”
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Cho additionally mirrored on how co-host Giuliana Rancic’s dangerous joke about Zendaya’s dreadlocks on the 2015 Oscars modified how “Vogue Police” lined the crimson carpet.

On the time, Rancic mentioned the standard African coiffure made the “Euphoria” star seem like she “smells like patchouli oil or weed.”

Zendaya responded to the remarks, calling them “outrageously offensive,” and the style critic publicly apologized.

“We needed to actually have a look at what we’re saying concerning the individual. We modified the best way that we did our reporting round trend to having a second the place [we said], that is truly any individual’s persona that you simply’re judging versus their outfit,” Cho mentioned.

“It was arduous to justify ‘roasting,’ however roasting you need to be much more considerate. To me, trend is simply humorous and enjoyable, however individuals could be very damage by it, too.”

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