Kelly Osbourne: What’s going on?!


Kelly Osbourne would like to know “WTF is going on”. The 30-year-old TV personality expressed her outrage over being kept in the dark on something important via Twitter Monday afternoon. And it’s clear Kelly would have appreciated a little clarity. “A heads up would have been nice! WTF IS GOING ON…” the outspoken star tweeted to over 3.8 million followers.

Kelly published her micro-blog post the day it was officially announced Kathy Griffin will be replacing late comedian Joan Rivers role as main presenter on TV talk programme, Fashion Police!

Kelly is a co-host on the E! network show alongside Giuliana Rancic and George Kotsiopoulos, although it is believed George has moved on and will be replaced by Canadian celebrity stylist Brad Goreski in the next season. The Osbournes star first began filming Fashion Police! with Joan, who passed away at the age of 81 in September, in 2011.

Kelly didn’t tweet any further on Thursday, so it remains unclear what she was truly referring to in her post.

The star did speak in the past about how devastating it’s been for her to cope with Joan’s death.

“I can't lie and say that I'm amazing. It's something, to be honest with you, I really don't like talking about because I haven't been able to mourn and grieve the way that I want to," Kelly said during an appearance on the Today show. "Not one person that I have seen or walked up to me or spoken to since the day she passed has… the first thing that comes out of their mouth is, 'Who's replacing Joan?'"

Meanwhile Joan’s daughter Melissa Rivers, who produces Fashion Police!, praised her mother’s successor, claiming the 54-year-old funnywoman possesses a number of laudable skills.

"Kathy just feels right, and Brad brings a fun, new voice to join Giuliana and Kelly in this ensemble," Melissa said in a statement released to E!.

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