“Liars”: Kelly Osbourne’s Fashion Police feud just got a LOT worse


Kelly Osbourne may have quit Fashion Police, but that doesn't mean the feuding is over.

The English presenter exited the show last month, just days after her co-host Giuliana Rancic was accused of making racist comments on air about singer Zendaya, who wore dreadlocks on the Oscars red carpet.

Kelly was also implicated in the scandal, but she strongly denied having any part in it and soon after made the decision to quit.

Earlier this week she took to Twitter to make her feelings known, writing, "Liars ALWAYS get caught!", a less-than-subtle message which many believe to be a public dig at Giuliana. 


The tweet came just hours after Giuliana spoke out on the TODAY show about the scandal, saying it was all down to bad editing. "I think it's time to just tell the truth," the E! host said. "I find racism reprehensible. I don't tolerate it at all. Nor have I ever."

Giuliana, who joked with her Fashion Police co-hosts that Zendaya must smell like "patchouli oil… or weed", said that she never intended to cause offence. "I thought the joke was not edited in the proper way. That's just something I have to live with," she said. "It's very important for me to get out there and tell the real story."

The 40-year-old's refusal to take responsibility for her actions has seriously annoyed Kelly, according to one insider. "Kelly cannot understand why Giuliana keeps talking about editing when there was a whole audience and crew who heard and saw otherwise," the source told Us Weekly. "Kelly thinks Giuliana should have just been truthful, apologized, and moved on."

Looks like this catfight isn't going to die down any time soon!

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