Kelly Osbourne Shares 'Biggest Regret' from “Fashion Police” Exit as She Slams Former Co-Host Giuliana Rancic

The English host revealed the moment she realized she 'didn't want to be there' anymore

<p>Gilbert Flores/Billboard via Getty; David Crotty/Patrick McMullan via Getty</p> Kelly Osbourne and Giuliana Rancic.

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Kelly Osbourne and Giuliana Rancic.

Kelly Osbourne is not holding back when it comes to remembering her time on Fashion Police.

The English TV personality and host, 39, took a trip down memory lane on the Tuesday, May 21 episode of The Osbournes Podcast, which she hosts with her parents, Ozzy Osbourne and Sharon Osbourne, and her brother, Jack Osbourne.

The family touched on Kelly's time on Fashion Police, E!'s former fashion commentary show helmed by the late Joan Rivers. Kelly joined Joan as a host alongside fashion editor George Kotsiopoulos and E! News co-anchor Giuliana Rancic when the show premiered in 2010. Other future hosts included NeNe Leakes and Kathy Griffin.

During the podcast episode, Kelly described working underneath Joan as "the best job I've ever had" and "the closest thing that I had to working with my mom," but didn't have fond memories of Rancic.

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"We don't need to give her any f-----g anything," Kelly replied when Sharon mentioned Rancic, 49.

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Jack then recapped his sister's dispute with Rancic, which began when, on an episode of Fashion Police, the E! News host commented that Zendaya looked like smelled of “weed” and “patchouli” because of the dreadlocks she wore to the 2015 Oscars. The Challengers star was 18 years old at the time.

Fashion Police hosts.
Fashion Police hosts.

Rancic faced backlash for the remarks and apologized, but confusion surrounding the controversy resulted in Kelly's departure from Fashion Police.

"One of the co-hosts of the show made a really kind of a f-----g racist comment about her hair, and nothing happened to the woman that that made the comment," Jack said, referring to Rancic. "And then Kelly kind of took the stand of, like, ‘That's f-----d up. I don't wanna work with someone like that.’ And then it somehow got turned around that Kelly said the comment, but Kelly didn't say the comment."

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"It turned into this whole thing, and it made me take a long hard look at where I was, and it made me realize that I didn't wanna be there without Joan," Kelly reflected. "It's one of my biggest regrets in all of it, to be honest with you, was how Melissa [Rivers] got hurt in all of it because she had just lost her mom and then the show."

Melissa Rivers, Joan's daughter, joined Fashion Police in 2015 following her mother's death in 2014. The show was cancelled in 2017.

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