Sharon Osbourne Backs Daughter Kelly Over Fashion Police

Posted on February 28th, 2015 at 4:02 pm
True Sharon Osbourne Backs Daughter Kelly Over Fashion Police Sharon Osbourne has backed her daughter Kelly over Fashion Police. Talking on Twitter she said: "I am so proud of you." She added: "You can never be bought. You always wear your heart on your sleeve. #ProudToBeYourMum." Her outburst came after the fall-out from the now infamous Zendaya Coleman race row which has resulted in Kelly quitting the show. Sharon Osbourne's response comes as stories surface that Kelly was given a 'quit or be fired' ultimatum by producers who were furious at her reaction to the comments. The fall-out was sparked after Kelly threatened to leave the show, after an episode aired showing fellow host, Giuliana Rancic, describe Zendaya's hair as smelling like "patchouli oil" or "weed". Kelly stayed tight-lipped during the taping about the comments but went on the defensive afterwards when a major backlash erupted against both Giuliana and the E! Network outspoken Kelly said she wanted no part of it. But her comments left many believing that she had unfairly sided against her co-host and the network. Rancic then went on air to make a public apology to Zendaya, 18, claiming that she did not mean "to hurt anyone". Meanwhile, both Khloe Kardashian and NeNe Leakes, have emerged as possible candidates to replace Kelly Osbourne as producers frantically try to put a positive spin on the situation. Both women are seen as strong contenders with main producer, Melissa Rivers, adamant that the show will continue to air. She said in a statement: "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. Both NeNe and Khloe would certainly give Fashion Police a bump in the ratings as both women are seen as being fan friendly. Who do you think should replace Kelly Osbourne on Fashion Police?

Sharon Osbourne Backs Daughter Kelly Over Fashion Police