Kelly Osbourne is finally opening up about her departure from E!’s Fashion Police. After Guiliana Rancic made racially charged remarks about Zendaya Coleman’s hair smelling of “weed” and “patchouli,” Kelly O came to the defense of her friend and quit the show.
Osbourne hit The Talk on Tuesday to discuss her shocking departure, revealing:
“You know what, it was the five best working years of my life. I am so grateful for the experience… working with Joan Rivers for five years… was incredible.”
No word yet on Kelly’s future plans, but the former host said she wants to “try new things.”
Pirate fans can now rejoice, because Johnny Depp is definitely reprising his role as Jack Sparrow.
Although the highly anticipated Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales is in production, Depp is returning to the United States for surgery after injuring his hand over the weekend in Australia.
A source revealed that Depp was not on set when the injury happened and that production on the film will be “minimally impacted.”
The release date of the film remains July 7, 2017.
Filmmaker Peter Berg has launched his new production company Film 45 and his first project will be a theatrical feature documentary about Rihanna, which Berg will direct.
Berg must be a huge fan, since he gave RiRi her very first acting role in his film Battleship. He described the upcoming project as examining a young artist at the top of her professional field and that the project will be “much more a character study than a music film.”
We can’t wait to see.
“Because I’m fashionable, and I keep it real… like Joan. I keep it real and tell it like it is. And I love her.”
She spilled even more tea about her Atlanta Housewives co-stars. When asked which one of the girls needed therapy, NeNe replied:
“All of them… They’re thirsty as hell!”
NeNe never disappoints.
Although the trailer to Pixar’s Inside Out was released a few months back, fans were still unsure about the film’s storyline. Now, the full length trailer has dropped and we get a little more context.
In the trailer, 11-year-old Riley loses her memories thanks to a mishap. She must venture through the long-term memories to return them to the “brain,” all while our lead character goes through experiences in her own life. The film features the voices of Mindy Kaling, Bill Hader, Amy Poehler, Phyllis Smith, and Lewis Black. Watch the trailer here.
Inside Out hits theaters on June 19th.