Kelly Osbourne is finally addressing her dramatic “Fashion Police” exit, but glossed right over the controversy that preceded her departure.

In an appearance Tuesday on her mom Sharon Osbourne‘s daytime show “The Talk,” Kelly said, “You know what? It was the five best working years of my life.”

“I am so grateful for the experience. Working with Joan Rivers for five years was incredible. I learned so much and … I’m excited for my future now. I want to try a new thing.”

On Feb. 27, Osbourne announced her departure as co-host of the E! show just days after co-panelist Giuliana Rancic angered viewers with her comments about actress Zendaya‘s Oscar-night dreadlocks. Rancic, 40, later apologized.

Sources told Page Six Osbourne was fuming at how E! handled the flap.

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Osbourne also expressed her outrage on Twitter, as did her famous father, Ozzy Osbourne.

Kathy Griffin replaced Rivers as the show’s host after the comedian died in September. Stylist Brad Goreski also joined the panel this season, replacing George Kotsiopoulos.

The show is slated to return March 30, though no replacement for Osbourne has been named. E! reality starlet Khloé Kardashian‘s name has been tossed around, as have those of Nene Leakes and Kristin Cavallari.

This article originally appeared in the New York Post.

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