It looks like Khloe Kardashian has her eyes set on taking Kelly Osbourne’s spot on “Fashion Police.” Read on to learn more about this scoop.
Khloe Kardashian is rumored to be replacing Kelly Osbourne on “Fashion Police” after Osbourne announced her departure from the show on Friday, Feb. 27.
Kardashian is said to be considering the hosting gig, especially because she has done it before. According to Us Weekly, “She was supposed to do it last time and passed.” The outlet’s source added that Kardashian may consider it if the offer is high, given that she already has her hands full.
Reports also say that Kardashian changed her hair color to a lighter shade in preparation for her hosting gig on “Fashion Police.” The KUWTK star was recently spotted sporting a newly bleached ‘do at LAX, reports MailOnline.
Her recent hosting gig for the network made the “Keeping Up with the Kardashians” star think that she can do it regularly.
“Khloe thinks that she had a great performance on the Oscars red carpet show, and she wants to replicate that as a regular cast member on Fashion Police,” a source tells Naughty Gossip, writes Celeb Dirty Laundry. The outlet cited that Kardashian has already expressed her interest to replace Osbourne and the network is already considering her.
Did Kardashian pass with flying colors on her recent hosting gig for E!’s Oscars red carpet?
In our previous report, Kardashian was slammed for dissing Anna Kendrick, Lupita Nyong’o, and Cate Blanchett’s dress at the Oscars. Her comments on Kendrick’s dress being more like a wedding dress made fans criticize her hosting skills. She also got slammed for saying that she was not a fan of Lupita Nyong’o’s pearl-laden dress.
Kardashian, though, isn’t the only one being considered to replace Osbourne. Us Weekly reported that the “Real Housewives of Atlanta” alum, NeNe Leakes, is also rumored to be on the network’s list of stars being chosen to replace Osbourne.
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