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Following Guiliana Rancic‘s controversial comments about Zendaya, Fashion Police co-host Kelly Osbourne has quit the show. Reports say Osbourne’s departure had nothing to do with Rancic’s comments.

According to Gossip Cop, her official statement reads:

“Kelly Osbourne is departing E!s ‘Fashion Police’ to pursue other opportunities, and we would like to thank her for her many contributions to the series over the past five years, during which time the show became a hit with viewers.”

We wonder what Kelly has in store for us next?

Empire star Malik Yoba may have revealed that his co-star Jussie Smollett is actually gay off the screen.

During an interview with Black Film, Yoba had this to say:

I think that our show represents a huge opportunity to stay in the culture beyond entertainment value and there’s an intrinsic nature of you have the gay factor, right? So, obviously, Lee is gay. That was an important storyline for him. I think it’s important for people to see themselves. Even within the Black community. But if you aren’t really, really taking it off of screen and making it live in the community in a significant way…like I know Jussie, he is gay, and he’s very committed to issues around the LGBT community. He and I have a very close relationship.

Will you be tuning into Empire next week?

Days after his Oscar win for “Original Song,” Common stops by Jimmy Kimmel Live! along with his golden trophy. The Chicago rapper revealed what Jay Z told him following his big win:

“Jay Z told me don’t put it down though. He said, ‘Carry it everywhere.'”

He also claims that he wasn’t sure whether or not Oprah meant to give him or John Legend a high five, and that he wasn’t trying to diss her when he left her hanging!

Congrats again to Common and John Legend.

SOURCE: Gossip Cop, Black FilmThe YBF, Rap-Up  | PHOTO CREDIT: Getty

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