Fashion Police is back tonight with Giuliana Rancic, Brad Goreski and Melissa Rivers

The co-hosts will debate all of the celeb fashion from Sunday's American Music Awards along with special guests Amber Rose and Margaret Cho and we're bringing you a preview of their style critiques.

In the clip above the co-hosts play a lively game of "Spit It Out" where they have five seconds to draw their first impressions upon seeing a celeb's red carpet look.

After seeing a picture of Harry Styles' AMA ensemble Giuliana reveals, "I drew lips with a tongue because that's what I want to do to him."

Amber adds, "I drew a water bottle because he gets me so wet," clearly agreeing with Giuliana. "Super hot, love him."

Who knew these two had a crush on Harry?!

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The panel also debates Gwen Stefani's style on the AMA special.

When talking about Gwen 's red carpet look, a Yousef Al-Jasmi gown, Margaret compares the "Used to Love You" singer to an "angry terrier" while Amber says that Gwen's outfit looks like "elephant ears with a trunk." Sorry, Gwen!

But Brad disagrees and loves the look, saying that Gwen's body "looks amazing" in the outfit and we couldn't agree more!

The hosts also comment on Kendall Jenner and Kylie Jenner's AMA wardrobe on the special tonight.

Which sister rocked their AMA look the best? It sounds like Melissa is team Kendall!

"Kylie looked like a freaking dominatrix but Kendall was running that show," Melissa says.

Want to hear what else the co-hosts had to say about Kendall and Kylie's style? Then don't miss the AMA special tonight!

Watch the Fashion Police American Music Awards special tonight at 8 p.m., only on E!

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