Kelly Osbourne is finally opening up about her abrupt "Fashion Police" exit.
"You know what, it was the five best working years of my life," she said during an appearance on mom Sharon Osbourne's show, "The Talk."
"I am so grateful for the experience — working with Joan Rivers for five years was incredible," she added. "I learned so much and I'm excited for my future. I want to try new things."
Last month, E! announced that Osbourne would end her run after four seasons, saying she was leaving in order to "pursue other opportunities."
Her exit from the show came on the heels of cohost Giuliana Rancic's controversial comments about Zendaya's dreadlocks on the 2015 Oscars red carpet.
Kathy Griffin also chimed in on the controversy and panel shakeup in a new interview with the Chicago Sun-Times Splash magazine.
When asked if she thought there would be as much hubbub about the Zendaya comment if she had made it, instead of Giuliana, Griffin responded "Probably not."
"But I wouldn't have said the joke in the first place. Some dude wrote it for her," she added, in a bit of a slight to Rancic. "Don't have anyone write you jokes or even suggest jokes for you on 'Fashion Police.' You have enough great insider gossip from actually being on the red carpet. That's what fans want to hear the next day. Just talk and be yourself."
She also revealed the show wanted to do a segment called "Whore Score," which was thankfully nixed.
As for Kelly, she said she doesn't know the real reason she left.
"Sometimes she seemed very upset at the merely seven tapings of 'Fashion Police' we did together. I can tell you this: I adore that family. Kelly came to my house a couple of times when Joan was in the hospital and we were consoling each other. I can tell you there was genuine love there."
"Fashion Police" is still scheduled to return on March 30, following the iHeartRadio Awards, but no announcement has been made regarding Kelly's replacement.
Khloe Kardashian, Christina Milian and Chrissy Teigen are reportedly being considered to take her spot on the panel.
Check out the clip above to hear more from Kelly on "The Talk." Who do you think should replace her on the E! show? Sound off below!