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Kelly Osbourne: Giuliana is deceitful

Published 24/08/2015

Kelly Osbourne and Giuliana Rancic
Kelly Osbourne and Giuliana Rancic

Kelly Osbourne has slammed her former Fashion Police co-anchor Giuliana Rancic.

The 30-year-old TV personality left her post on E! talk show Fashion Police in February after former co-host Giuliana made a racially insensitive comment about Zendaya’s dreadlocked hair at the Oscars, noting the hairdo smelled of “patchouli oil” or “weed”.

And now Kelly has issued a direct attack on the journalist, claiming the 41-year-old is completely inauthentic.

“I will never admit to liking Giuliana because I don’t,” she told The Wrap. “I don’t think she’s a good person and I think she’s a liar.”

Kathy Griffin also left the show shortly after Kelly decided to quit, with Fashion Police initially starting to go downhill after comedienne Joan Rivers passed away suddenly in September 2014.

Fashion Police returns to E! on August 30 with Giuliana, Brad Goreski and Melissa Rivers anchoring the programme.

When asked if she’d ever consider making another appearance on the show, Kelly made her stance on the matter clear.

“If certain people weren’t there,” she sneered.

However, Kelly is in full support of Brad and Melissa.

“Brad is one of the most incredible people in fashion, he is funny as f**k,” she gushed. “I am so happy for Melissa that she is filling that seat and I want that show to go on. It was just my time to move on.”

Kelly is making her television return on Project Runway Junior, a spin-off of hit fashion design competition Project Runway. The Junior series showcases the talents of very young designers who range between the ages of 14 and 17.

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