The Met Gala Just Got a Little Less Exclusive

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Giuliana Rancic will be at the Met Gala.
Giuliana Rancic will be at the Met Gala. Photo: Imeh Akpanudosen/NBC

For the first time ever, E! News will be bringing you expanded coverage of the Met Gala red carpet. It seems inevitable that the network responsible for the Kardashians would also be the first to bring you larger mainstream coverage of Anna Wintour’s pet celebrity-heavy fashion event. Catt Sadler and Zuri Hall will be doing live interviews from the carpet, as  Giuliana Rancic (gulp), Marie Claire editor Zanna Roberts Rassi, 2012 Miss USA Olivia Culpo, and stylist Johnny Wujek report from a panel live insude the studio. Red carpet coverage starts Monday, May 2nd at 7 PM.

The Met Gala looks will also be dissected on Fashion Police, airing Tuesday at 8 p.m. with Melissa Rivers, Tim Gunn, NeNe Leakes, Brad Goreski, and Margaret Cho. Hey, at least this means you won’t have to see Idris Elba on a fuzzy livestream.