Kelly Osbourne breaks her silence after dramatic Fashion Police exit

It's been almost two weeks since Kelly Osbourne's shock departure from E!'s Fashion Police was confirmed, and she has finally broken her silence.

Kelly has remained relatively quiet on social media since her initial rant threatening to quit back on February 24th, after an episode of Fashion Police was aired which showed Giuliana Rancic mocking singer Zendaya's choice to wear dreadlocks on the Oscars red carpet.

Kelly was initially accused of making fun of Zendaya too, but she vehemently denied this was the case:

The former reality star finally broke her silence on her dramatic exit from the show yesterday during an appearance on The Talk with her mum Sharon.

Like a true professional, Kelly was careful not to burn her bridges, and spoke highly of her time on the show. "You know what, it was the five best working years of my life,” Kelly said when asked how she feels since quitting the show. “I am so grateful for the experience… working with Joan Rivers for five years was incredible. I learned so much… and I’m excited for my future now. I want to try new things.”

30-year-old Kelly has spoken numerous times about how hard she took the news of Joan RIvers' death back in September. Speaking on her Facebook page shortly after the comedienne died during a routine surgery, Kelly said, "Not only was she my boss, she was and will always be my teacher, therapist, closest friend, inspiration and the grandmother I ever knew… She was family and I will never forget her."

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