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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!



It has been confirmed that Fashion Police is being pulled from E!’s schedule for a period of time.

The news may come as an unsurprising turn of events for many fans after Kelly Osbourne and Kathy Griffin both quit the show following the scandal surrounding Giuliana Rancic’s comments about Zendaya’s hair.

Although the show has been pulled from schedules for the time being, it appears that Fashion Police WILL return in September – as will hosts Giuliana and Brad Goreski.

In a statement, E! addressed the Fashion Police situation, saying: “E!’s comedy series Fashion Police is going on hiatus and will return in September. We look forward to taking this opportunity to refresh the show before the next awards season. Our talented co-hosts Giuliana Rancic and Brad Goreski, along with executive producer Melissa Rivers, will continue their roles as we evolve the show into its next chapter for the legions of Fashion Police fans around the world.”

Many fans of the show believe that the show should have been pulled following the death of Joan River in December – but it looks as if it isn’t going anywhere quite yet!

Let’s just hope things have died down by then…



Ever since Joan Rivers passed away it looks like things have been going from bad to worse for E! Fashion Police.

Following Kelly's swift exit in light of comments made by co-star Giuliana Rancic and Kathy Griffin's decision to quit the show mere weeks after replacing Joan, it seems all is doomed for the once extremely popular style show.

While Kathy maintains she left of her own accord because she didn't feel her humour was suited to the show, reports have surfaced that Giuliana may have been Kathy's real motivation to ditch the programme.

According to an insider, Kathy was astounded by Ms. Rancic's diva-like behaviour, revealing: "Giuliana’s entourage of a stylist, make-up artist, and assistant, plus her constant need for attention, were absolutely stunning to Kathy."

And it seems Giuliana herself is no longer content to judge our favourite celebs on their red carpet choices, with a source close to the show admitting that Giuliana has described the programme as an 'albatross' around her neck.

Amid all the drama, it looks like TV execs may just go ahead and cancel the whole show, with a source telling New York Daily News: "They have off this month, but don't be surprised if they cancel it quietly in a matter of weeks, when the craziness dies down a little."

Woah, what the hell just happened?!


After Kelly Osbourne's dramatic exit from Fashion Police earlier this month, yet another presenter has decided to leave the show.

Kathy Griffin, who was announced as Joan Rivers' replacement back in November, has quit the show after appearing on just seven episodes.

It seems her departure may be linked to recent drama over Giulana Rancic's comments about singer Zendaya wearing dreadlocks on the red carpet.

Kelly made it clear that her decision to depart was very much linked to the Zendaya scandal, and now it seems Kathy may have followed suit.

"I discovered that my style does not fit with the creative direction of the show and now it's time to move on," the comedienne explained on Twitter last night. "My brand of humor, while unrepentant and unafraid, is all about CONTEXT…Listen, I am no saint…But I do not want to use my comedy to contribute to a culture of unattainable perfectionism and intolerance towards difference.”

E! released a statement late last night thanking Kathy for her short-lived time on the show. "We wish her all the best and are grateful for her time on the show, as well as the many laughs that she gave us all," it read.

Fashion Police will air as normal next Monday with Joan Rivers' daughter Melissa – who is also the show's executive producer – stepping in to take Kathy's place alongside Giuliana Rancic and Brad Goreski.



Just when we thought all of the drama surrounding Fashion Police was over, Kathy Griffin speaks out about it!

The comedian, who replaced Joan Rivers on the panel show following her death late last year has now decided to add her two cents to the scandal involving Giuliana Rancic and Zendaya.

Following Giuliana’s inappropriate comments of Zendaya’s dreadlocks, Kelly Osbourne famously stepped away from the show with no replacement announced as of yet.

Kathy was asked in a recent interview with the Chicago Sun-Times Splash magazine if she believed the same events would have unfolded if she had made the comments instead of Giuliana.

Honestly, Kathy answered: “Probably not.”

However, the comedian added that it would never have come to that in the first place as she would never have made such a comment:

“But I wouldn’t have said the joke in the first place. Some dude wrote it for her. Don’t have anyone write you jokes or even suggest jokes for you on Fashion Police. You have enough great insider gossip from actually being on the red carpet. That’s what fans want to hear the next day. Just talk and be yourself.”

Let’s hope Giuliana takes Kathy’s advice on board! 


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."



It was only announced last Friday that Kelly Osbourne had quit Fashion Police – but the rumours have begun already!

The show hasn’t really been the same since the tragic death of Joan Rivers back in September, and it looks like the most recent incident was the last straw for Kelly.

Following the scandal in which Giuliana referred to Zendaya’s dreadlocks in a derogatory fashion, Kelly demanded an apology be made. Giuliana obliged with a public apology, but it seems everything had already fallen apart for the Fashion Police.

So, who will replace Kelly on the panel? Well, the rumour going around is that none other than Khloé Kardashian will be taking the spot! 

The reality TV star is already part of the E! family thanks to Keeping Up with the Kardashians and even hosted an Oscars segment with Giuliana last week so it wouldn’t be that shocking if they did choose her.


Ladies in red @giulianarancic #E #Oscars

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In fact, we are really starting to like this idea – Khloé would be hilarious on the show! 



It looks like this Fashion Police controversy is not going to die down anytime soon.

After a special Academy Awards episode of the show was broadcast on Monday night, host Giuliana Rancic was forced to apologise for some badly thought-out comments about actress Zendaya's dreadlocks – but she's not the only one feeling the pressure to say sorry. 

During the show, Giuliana said, "I feel like she smells like patchouli oil," when discussing Zendaya's choice to have dreadlocks on the red carpet. 

Another host then added, "Or weed!", and Giuliana laughingly agreed.

However Giuliana's co-host Kelly Osbourne has also been receiving a huge amount of criticism online, as many viewers believe it was she who firstly mentioned that Zendaya's hair must smell like weed. As the camera was not on the hosts when the comment was made, it is hard to tell who was speaking, and despite the backlash Kelly insists it was not her.

The 30-year-old went on an epic Twitter rant last night, saying she was contractually not allowed to say anything but that she would quit the show if her name was not cleared soon.


After initially posting an apology on Twitter yesterday, Giuliana has since recorded a televised apology too, during which she says it was never her intention to offend anyone:

So if Kelly didn't say it… who did?!



E! host Giuliana Rancic has ben forced to make a public apology for offensive comments she made on air about actress and singer Zendaya.

Giuliana was speaking during the Fashion Police Oscars special when she made some seriously badly thought out remarks about Zendaya's choice of hairstyle for the evening.

Speaking about the actress' new dreadlocks, the presenter said, "I feel like she smells like patchouli oil."

"Or weed," Kelly Osbourne added, with Giuliana agreeing, "Yeah maybe weed," as her co-hosts laughed.

Many viewers were outraged at the comments, describing them as racist, hateful and offensive:

Zendaya herself also took to social media to post an open letter about the hurtful remarks. "There is a fine line between what is funny and what is disprespectful," she wrote, adding, "My wearing my hair in locs [dreadlocks] on an Oscar red carpet was to showcase them in a positive light, to remind people of color that our hair is good enough."

Well said!

Giuiliana herself responded on Twitter this morning, saying, "Dear @Zendaya, I'm sorry I offended you and others. I was referring to a bohemian chic look. Had NOTHING to do with race and NEVER would!!!"

We're glad to see Giuliana apologising, but we hope it teaches her to watch her words next time.



We’re all still reeling from the sudden death of veteran comedienne Joan Rivers, but as they say in Hollywood the show must go on.

Talks have been ongoing since Joan’s death in August regarding her replacement on style show, Fashion Police, and it has been confirmed that Kathy Griffin, Joan's on-screen daughter in 90’s TV show Suddenly Susan, will be the woman to take her place.

Kathy Griffin, a comedienne and TV presenter in her own right, was offered the position last month but was unsure if she was going to take it, saying “I don’t know if the situation is correct at this time for me or right for me at this time.” Seems like the fifty-four-year-old red head has thought it over and decided to go for it. We think she made the right choice!

Aside from a new presenter, the show on E! which made its screen debut in 2010, will be undergoing a format change. Instead of our weekly dose of catty comments and fashion tips, the programme will only air during award shows and other high profile events. Aw sadface!

Kathy will be joining regular hosts Kelly Osborne and Giuliana Rancic on the popular show and we’re sure her outrageous sense of humour will be a perfect fit.




It hasn’t been long since Kelly Osbourne lost her co-star and mentor Joan Rivers, and the loss still cuts her deep.

In a recent interview with Today, Kelly was overcome with emotion as she told the presenters how she always included a jacket in her designs each season for the comedian.

Kelly had to then ask if they could move forward with the interview and away from the subject of Joan, who passed away in September.

Joan co-hosted Fashion Police with Kelly along with Giuliana Rancic and George Kotsiopoulous and it has since been confirmed by E! that the popular show will continue with her. 

However, it looks like Fashion Police isn't the only TV show Kelly will be working on next year!

Her mum, Sharon, has recently confirmed that the reality TV show that made the family famous, The Osbournes, would be returning for an eight-part special. 


Our new daily Fashion TV show 'The Style Show' delivers your daily dose of fabulous fashion. In today's segment, "Fashion Flashback" our reporter Ciara O' Doherty takes a nostalgic look-back at legendary comedienne Joan Rivers' best (and worst!) fashion moments. Watch the video above to see the iconic woman's best outfits through the years.