It appears that Kelly Osbourne and Giuliana Rancic's time together on E!'s "Fashion Police" wasn't all fab and glam.
The lavender-haired TV personality, who left the E! fashion commentary show six months ago, didn't hold her tongue when asked about her departure and her co-panelist, whose comments during the Oscars broadcast led to an overhaul of the series.
"I will never admit to liking Giuliana because I don't," the 30-year-old told TheWrap on Saturday at the 4th Annual NYX Face Awards in Los Angeles. "I don't think she's a good person and I think she's a liar."
How's that for unfiltered commentary?
The British TV personality left the series in February to "pursue other opportunities" and at a time the series was mired in scandal because of Rancic's weed and patchouli oil commentary about young star Zendaya Coleman's dreadlocks at the Academy Awards. Osbourne came to her pal Coleman's defense following the broadcast, then soon announced her departure. Comedian Kathy Griffin, who joined the series for a season after Joan Rivers' untimely death last year, also left the show shortly after that. She noted in an interview with the Chicago Sun-Times that Osbourne "seemed very upset" at the seven tapings of the show that they did together.
Since then, "Fashion Police" went on hiatus, then slated its return for Aug. 31 following the MTV Video Music Awards. Rancic will be joined by celebrity stylist Brad Goreski, who returns for his second season, and new host Melissa Rivers, Rivers' daughter and the show's executive producer. Each episode will also include two guest panelists, kicking off with Bravo personality NeNe Leakes and comedian Margaret Cho for the premiere.
When asked if Osbourne would consider returning to the series, "The View" guest host said, "if certain people weren't there."