This is just so sad.
Cissy's comments are direct opposition to those made my Bobby Brown, Bobbi Kristina's dad.
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Giuliana Rancic is fed up with the incessant speculation about her weight.
On Thursday's ASTRA Awards red carpet in Australia, the TV host vented about the rampant rumors surrounding her very thin frame, saying:
As if the Fashion Police crew hasn't been hit with enough dramz.
Unfortunately, it isn't — because Kathy Griffin totally just threw her co-host under the bus… figuratively.
While E! has remained silent on the matter, the 54-year-old comedian spoke out about that whole debacle.
The Chicago Sun Times asked Kathy if the joke would've had the same backlash if she said it instead of G. Kathy responded:
Wait, there was MORE?!
Giuliana Rancic has recently come under fire for making racist remarks about Zendaya's hair. Although she has since apologized, and Zendaya accepted said apology, there might be even more reasons for G to say she's sorry!
In a reportedly unedited video clip of the Fashion Police segment, Giuliana can be seen further criticizing Zendaya's hair by saying that her 'do looks "really heavy – it overwhelms her, and it's just too boho."
After making the peace sign symbol, Giuliana went on to eventually make her now infamous "patchouli," and "weed" comments:
Considering the starlet is one of E!'s main moneymakers, it almost seems like choice has been made!
BUT there's one other star who would like to join the contenders…
Kelly Osbourne is signing off!
The Fashion Police co-host gave E! her walking papers today.
Giuliana publicly apologized to Zendaya and Kelly seemingly moved on. But sources reveal Kelly has been discontent with Fashion Police even before the hair controversy.
Although it has been reported that the FP panel taped that specific episode three times and the E! News host reportedly said the same line every single take, Access Hollywood's Billy Bush finds that hard to believe — even confirming via text that Rancic said they taped the show only once.
During an episode of AH Live this week, Bush started talking about the E! controversy and defended his hosting peer.