What I spoke during the show was misunderstood and I like to apologize if I had hurt people unknowingly.
She said: “I didn’t mean it like that!” This lead her to quit the show for a while. Osbourne asked of the billionaire, who wasn’t on the show at the time.
“I do not condone racism”. He needled Rancic for declaring she was going to be the bigger woman when she really wasn’t at all, saying, “Okay, well, let us know when you get there”. It would seem so – though as the day wore on, Kelly found she did have an apology-esque statement to make.
Even after Giuliana Rancic issued an apology and explained her side, Kelly Osbourne continued to put “Fashion Police” in the news by posting cryptic tweets accusing her former co-worker of being a liar who made excuses for her actions.
Sometimes, sometimes not, but definite gay icon wannabe, Katie Hopkins has lashed out (yes lashed, but we could of used the words slammed, blasted or sucker punched) at Kelly Osbourne over her remarks on The View, in which she said “If you kick every Latino out of this country, then who is going to be cleaning your toilets, Donald Trump?”
According to a report from Mirror UK, the allegations came out after she appeared on “The View” and talked about Donald Trump and his controversy involving Latin Americans.
In the old days (well, just ten years ago), Kelly Osbourne would have been a target of a backlash, but not this brutal.
The 30-year-old was immediately criticized all over the internet for her shocking statement.
The 30-year-old TV personality made the controversial comments during an episode of “The View” on Tuesday (04.08.15), prompting stunned silence in the studio and outrage within the Latino community. “News” earlier this week, where Rancic simply reported the incident and then revealed that she wouldn’t be seizing the opportunity for just deserts. However, Sharon has proven what a bad mother she is by all her kids becoming drug addicts. “It does not make you a racist”.
Singer-actor Kelly Osbourne faced flak on virtual platforms for her “poor choice of words” while talking on live television about Latino immigrants in the US.