Real reason Kelly quit Fashion Police
Helpful grapevine has revealed that if Kelly hadn’t quit the popular show known as Fashion Police she would have suffered the humiliation of being booted out.
The management of the fashion show had it in mind to let the 30-year-old English-born talk show host go after she had proved difficult to handle, especially since her mentor Joan Rivers passed away.
It is said that she often threw tantrums on set, railing against one thing or the other, one of such episode being when Griffith replaced Rivers. Then days ago she threatened to quit Fashion Police if her co-host, Rancic, did not apologise to Zendaya for a “racist” comment.
Most people still do not understand why she threw her colleague under the bus when Rancic commented that Zedanya, who attended the red carpet wearing dreadlocks, smelled of patchouli oil and weeds. Kelly totally freaked out and called out anyone who was responsible for that comment to “make it right” with Zendaya, who is also her friend, or she’d quit.
Rancic has since apologised both on E! and Twitter and Zendaya has accepted the apology and was said to have begged Kelly who helped to start the show five years ago not to quit Fashion Police on her account.
Kelly’s mother, Sharon Osbouene, also gave her own reason why her daughter left the show: “[email protected], I am so proud of you. You can never be bought. You always wear your heart on your sleeve.
#ProudToBeYourMum,” she wrote on Friday.
And Joan Rivers’ daughter, Mekissa, capped it with this on Friday night: “Kelly Osbourne is a friend and has been a wonderful part of the Fashion Police family. I will miss her terribly and wish her the very best in all of her future endeavors. As my mother always said, the show must go on and I plan to continue in the same spirit.”
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