Updated 03:44 AM EST, Fri, Jan 28, 2022

Naya Rivera vs Chrissy Teigen: Who Takes ‘Fashion Police' Spot? [Poll]

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A lot of speculations are circulating around lately as to who will be the new host of "Fashion Police" following Kelly Osbourne's abrupt departure from the talk show. Some of the most prominent names in the rumor mill are Naya Rivera and Chrissy Teigen.

According to reports from Us Weekly, the former "Glee" star and expecting mom is being considered to take on Osbourne's spot in the E! talk show alongside hosts Giuliana Rancic, Kathy Griffin, and Brad Goreski.

"They are really intrigued, especially since she was so controversial during her 'View' appearances and got so much press," a source revealed to Us Weekly. "Fashion Police" was helmed by the late Joan Rivers back in 2010 and also featured George Kotsiopoulos as host, who was now replaced by Goreski.

Rivera, who is set to have a guest appearance on "Devious Maids," had a hosting gig on "Fashion Police" in August.

Aside from Rivera and Teigen, other TV personalities considered to replace Osbourne are Amber Rose and reality stars Christina Milian, NeNe Leaks, and Khloe Kardashian, the news outlet noted.

Rose's controversial status elevated following her Twitter feud with the Kardashian family and ex-boyfriend Kanye West, who is now married to Kim Kardashian, Us Weekly noted. With her name front and center to replace Osbourne on "Fashion Police," it looks like Rose will now have another rivalry with another Kardashian woman.

A report from Hollywood Life claims that Khloe is so invested in her feud with Rose that she "would do 'Fashion Police' for free if it made E! not select Amber Rose for the job."

Teigen, meanwhile, also has her fair share of spotlight which could boost the popularity of "Fashion Police" if she gets chosen as a host. The Sports Illustrated Swimsuit 2014 cover model is married to singer John Legend and also has the a steady following on Twitter for tackling various topics, Us Weekly wrote.

Osbourne recently left "Fashion Police" after her co-host Rancic criticized young actress' Zendaya's hair at the Oscars red carpet, the news outlet reported. Rancic has said sorry for her statement, with Zendaya gracefully accepting her apology, but Osbourne didn't take the matter lightly and went on to leave the show.

In a series of tweets, she stated that she "will not be dragged" into the controversy regarding Zendaya, claiming that the young star is her friend. Osbourne also added that she does "not condone racism" and that "she is seriously questioning staying on the show."

"Fashion Police" will return on March 30, TV Guide reported. Executives have declared that "no decisions have been made" on Osbourne's substitute.

Who do you think should be the next host of "Fashion Police?" Vote below!

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