Sharon Osbourne Supports Kelly Quitting Fashion Police

Sharon is one proud mama! After her daughter, Kelly Osbourne, officially quit her hosting gig on E!’s Fashion Police amid drama with costar Giuliana Rancic, Sharon took to Twitter to share her praise.

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Awww, aren't moms — excuse us, mums — just the cutest? 

Giuliana has since apologized on-air for her rude and stereotypical comments regarding Zendaya’s choice of dreadlocks on the Oscars red carpet. And, if Kelly's Twitter feed is any indication, it looks like she is ready to move on, too.
Twitter/Kelly Osbourne
Originally associated with the negative comments, Kelly took to (where else) Twitter to refute reports that she’d actually been the one to say Zandaya’s hair smelled of weed.

And, Zandaya herself fired back at Giuliana on Instagram, stating: "There is already harsh criticism of African American hair in society without the help of ignorant people who choose to judge others based on the curl of their hair. My wearing my hair in locs on an Oscar red carpet was to showcase them in a positive light, to remind people of color that our hair is good enough."       

No word yet from Kelly on what's next, but the network released a statement saying, "we would like to thank her for her many contributions to the series over the past five years." 


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