And the Kelly Osbourne/Giuliana Rancic/Fashion police feud continues!
This afternoon, Osbourne tweeted what could be perceived as a dig at her former Fashion Police co-star, stemming from the controversial comment she made about Zendaya‘s hair, and how it was edited out of context.
According to PerezHilton, shortly after the red carpet host’s clarifying interview, Kelly tweeted: “Liars ALWAYS get caught!”
Which, sure, may just be a thought about nobody specific, but could possibly mean that Osbourne is calling out Duke‘s momma for some creative damage control!
Interestingly enough, Giuliana ALSO tweeted what could be a response to Osbourne’s jab: “#Truth RT @indorfins: @GiulianaRancic “When someone shows you their true colors, believe them” #LifeAdvice@TODAYshow”
What do you think? Are these two having a really subtle feud? Weigh in in the comment section below!
Posted Monday, April 6th, 2015 at 3:15pm
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, Kelly Osbourne
Bill Rancic and wife Giuliana stopped by Larry King Now yesterday, and opened up about being a parent, and how he views parents in general these days. He argued that parents these days are “raising a bunch of wimps!”
He said, “I have a whole theory on how we’re raising kids in America. Kids are given so much and parents are always making excuses. It’s the teachers fault, it’s the coaches fault, it’s the other kids fault in the classroom. By the time these kids are adults, they have never had to take any accountability. We’re raising a bunch of wimps!”
He said that he and his wife would not follow suit with their son, Duke. “That’s something that I don’t want to do. When he wants a car, he’s going to have to get a job like I had to do and like you had to do. I think we’re really coddling these kids way too much. They need to fall down and scrape their knee.”
I couldn’t agree with him more! I’ve been saying this for quite some time. I know several people who coddle their kids to a point that I just don’t even understand it. By time the tear leaves their eye, it’s wiped off before it hits the chin. I know I’m NOT as stern of a parent as my own parents were, and I know I’m not perfect. I was spanked….. a lot…… as were you, probably. No one spanks anymore. I mean the toddler swat is one thing- I’m talking about the grab-your-ankles at 13 years old kind of spankings. I know I wasn’t the only one! We were raised with a firm hand – and I feel like parents just don’t raise their children like they used to. Kids are WAY too spoiled these days.
My children are ALWAYS on me about not having a TV in their room – like all their friends. My boys are 13 and 11, and I just don’t see the need. They do NOT need to be plugged in like that. It surprises me how many of their friends – are able to do WHATEVER they want. Like…… whatever! It makes me stand out as the strict mom (which I’m perfectly fine with), and I’m regularly blown away by how people parent these days.
With all this said – I guess my point is I completely agree with Bill. Our generation is raising a nation of narcissists. What happens when all these kids grow up – and they realize everything doesn’t come easy?
Posted Friday, July 19th, 2013 at 8:08am
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Last night were E!’s Upfronts, and some of the networks biggest stars were on hand to celebrate. Typically the Upfronts are where E! brings big advertisers to meet their hottest stars, and promote their newest shows.
Kim Kardashian was there, of course, and she wore this black jacket/dress thing. I’m not sure why she keeps insisting on wearing this kind of dress, full around the waist. What pregnant woman wants to look BIGGER?
Anyway – what do you think of her dress?
Kim wasn’t the only celeb there, check out pics of Kris Jenner (in red lace), Chelsea Handler, Kelly Osbourne and more after the jump! (more…)
Giuliana and Bill Rancic welcomed their first child via gestational carrier a couple of weeks ago. Life & Style has the first photos of their new son (anyone else find it weird they went with Life & Style and not a more reputable magazine like People?).
Anyhoo, Giuliana and Bioll show off their new baby boy, Edward Duke. Here is more from L&S:
“I had always heard that when you have a baby it completes your life — and it’s true,” Giuliana tells Life & Style. “I love my baby, and I love my new role.”
The ecstatic new parents posed with their son — they call him Duke — during the exclusive photo shoot at the Presidential Suite at the Four Seasons Hotel Chicago on Sept. 9.
“Every day he’s changing — it’s just remarkable to see,” Bill, 41, tells Life & Style. “[He’s] got Giuliana’s dimples!”
Explaining how they came up with his name, Giuliana shares, “Edward is Bill’s late dad’s name and my dad’s name. It was a way to honor them. And Duke means leader.”
The E! News host is a natural at motherhood. “It’s amazing how maternal instincts have taken over, and Giuliana’s just supermom,” raves Bill. “It literally brought tears to my eyes the other day watching her with Duke.”
Bill even teases his wife about how much she enjoys changing diapers. “I’d never changed more than a diaper or two in my life,” she laughs. “Now it’s like the littlest things that make me happy — happier than I’ve ever been.”
The arrival of their little bundle of joy was a long-awaited one. After years of struggles with infertility and IVF injections, Giuliana was diagnosed with breast cancer and in December 2011 underwent a double mastectomy. When she was told to delay trying to get pregnant again for at least five years, the couple found a surrogate and shortly after announced that they were expecting! Finally, 11 days before the Life & Style photo shoot, Duke made his triumphant debut via gestational carrier.
“I couldn’t believe that all those years of struggling and the tears actually paid off,” Giuliana tells Life & Style. “Every shot, every doctor’s visit — in the end, when you’re holding your baby in your arms, you forget it all, and it’s worth it.”
I think this is really great. Good for them! It’s nice that there are so many options these days for women who aren’t able to have children themselves.
Posted Wednesday, September 12th, 2012 at 7:07am
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