Kelly Osbourne Calls Giuliana Rancic "A Liar"

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Elton John and Eminem may have become duet partners, and George W. Bush and Bill Clinton are golfing buddies these days. But if you're holding your breath for Kelly Osbourne and Giuliana Rancic to patch things up any time soon, we should probably call 911. Honey, you're turning blue.

Osbourne made it clear that she still harbors ill will toward her former Fashion Police colleague. For those behind in their celebrity-beef studies, you may remember that Osbourne quit the E! show in disgust after Rancic poked fun at her pal Zendaya's dreadlocks earlier this year. And, apparently, time has not healed the wound.

"I will never admit to liking Giuliana, because I don’t," the former reality star told TheWrap at Saturday's NYX FACE Awards. "I don’t think she’s a good person, and I think she’s a liar.”

Well, that settles that. Osbourne also ruled out a return to Fashion Police, and touched on the drama surrounding her comment about Latinos on The View.

Though she initially apologized for referring to Latinos as toilet cleaners in what was intended to be a pro-immigration jibe at Donald Trump, the TV personality is now blaming Rancic and TV editors for the backlash she received over her remarks.

“Do you know why? Because of people like Giuliana Rancic," she told Us Weekly at Saturday's event.

"Don't blame me for other people's mistakes," Osbourne added. "I wasn't edited. It wasn't a premeditated attack. And if I watched it, I would hate me, too. So I have no problem, and I would do whatever I have to, to make it right. But don't compare me to her.”

Looks like someone missed the on-ramp for the high road.
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