After last week’s fiasco with Giuliana Rancic’s comments about Zendaya Coleman’s dreadlocks, Kelly Osbourne has left the show. But something tells me Osbourne was just using this as an easy out. According to ‘Radar Online,’ Osbourne was given the option to leave on her own quietly or she be fired.

Now that Osbourne has left, who would be suitable to take her place? When E! announced Osbourne’s departure, they said they have no plans on replacing her just yet. But some of the names rumored to be in the running are Khloe Kardashian and Nene Leakes. They’re definitely two different types of personalities. One kind of lacks personality – Khloe. And the other, is full of it and has enough to spare – Nene.

Both Leakes and Kardashian have appeared on The Fashion Police. And most recently Kardashian joined Osbourne and Rancic at the Oscars. She tweeted out her support for Zendaya. “You are a gorgeous, intelligent young lady!” she tweeted. “I love all that you represent! Keep empowering and shine bright!”

Nene last appeared on the show in 2013 and was even rumored to have been in the running to replace Joan Rivers, but that spot went to Kathy Griffin.

Clutchettes, who do you think should be the replacement?

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  • drm

    Kimora would keep Rancic in check. I would go further and replace Kathy Griffin. Every time I see her on the show I miss Joan Rivers even more. I don’t like the male host either.

  • G

    So let me guess, there is no one else available but these two pieces of trash?

    I get that this is not a real show about fashion, and that the show itself is about how many pithy insults can be spoken about someone’s appearance in a matter of seconds.

    But you can’t find anyone but the sister of a women who made a sex tape? And said sister herself has no apparent talent whatsoever. Then we have that former stripper, walking stereotype sapphire Nene. Who has made a lucrative career out of being the loud, overbearing, vulgar and common as all out hell Black women (because after all, that is what we are like in real life).

    You mean to tell me this the best they can do?

    Time to pack it in!