It rained hard at the Oscars last night—literally and fashionably!

On tonight's all-new Fashion Police Oscars special, the team dishes on all of the riskiest and most memorable style moments including Lady Gaga, Scarlett Johansson and Rosamund Pike, along with the hottest men on the red carpet like Jared Leto as well as a few oddities (ahem, John Travolta)!

First order of business: Lady Gaga's red gloves! Find out who approved of Mother Monster's unique fashion accessory and who had to ask, "Was she washing dishes?"

And see Kathy Griffin go hilariously off topic upon discussion of Scar Jo's bold Oscar ensemble, while Brad Goreski and Kelly Osbourne give the inside scoop regarding the back story for her Oscars dress!

Fashion Police, Oscars Set

Catherine Sawin

The hosts along with Giuliana Rancic also discuss the other celeb fashion nods and no-nos at the award show, from Oprah to Nicole Kidman, and announce their picks for the best and worst dressed celeb of the night! Then find out how the topic changed from the red carpet to the strip club... Classic FP.

And above is a sneak peek of the hosts' fashion before tonight's special: Kathy rocks a BCBG top with a Diane von Furstenberg skirt, accessorizing with Alexander Wang shoes and Swarovski jewels while Giuliana looks classy in Saint Laurent from The Albright Fashion Library and Gianvito Rossi shoes. Kelly pairs a beautiful Sandro shirt with a Sachin & Babi skirt, H. Stern jewelry and Rene Caovilla shoes and Brad went all-out in a Burberry with Christian Louboutins.

Get all of the insider scoop and see the Fashion Police Oscars ruling tonight!

Tune-in to an all-new Fashion Police: Oscars Special tonight at 9 p.m. ET/PT on E!

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