Giuliana Rancic Not Speaking To Kelly Osbourne And Kathy Griffin: Talks Memoir, Weight Loss, ‘Fashion Police’ On Dr. Oz [Video]

Giuliana Rancic has not spoken to former Fashion Police co-stars Kelly Osbourne and Kathy Griffin since they exited the show. And even as she seeks to boost the buzz over a memoir, Rancic is candid about her lack of communication, reported Celebrity Cafe.

“I haven’t [been in touch] with them at all,” declared Giuliana. “I can’t speak for them, what they meant by those comments. Nothing good can come from trying to speak for them.”

Adding to the problems with their relationship was Kelly’s recent tweet.

“Liars ALWAYS get caught!” posted Osbourne.

Now Giuliana hopes that moving can improve her life with Bill Rancic and their son Duke. But even with a new memoir titled Going Off Script getting good feedback, the former Fashion Police co-star and TV personality admits that her life has included plenty of heartbreak lately, from that feud with Kelly Osbourne and Kathy Griffin to cancer, reported ABC News.

In that tell-all, Rancic reveals everything from her battle with cancer to what it’s like to co-parent with a celebrity. However, even though she loves her red carpet life, Giuliana feels that she and her loved ones need time to themselves. With that in mind, the 40-year-old is heading off to Chicago.

“I start one of the chapters with, ‘When is enough, enough?’ It’s a question I pose to myself in the book. It’s also something Bill and I ask each other all the time. We have been working our tails off. Bill and I, we’ve always had jobs, we’ve always worked. We work a lot, weekends, day and night, and traveled a lot for work.”

Most recently, one of those jobs has brought Giuliana some negative buzz as social media blew up over her very slim body, accusing her of an eating disorder such as anorexia or bulimia, with Rancic responding as shown below.

As the Inquisitr reported, Rancic denied those eating disorder rumors, saying that her oncologist reassured her that her cancer-suppressing medication changes the metabolism. In turn, those changes can result in weight loss regardless of how much she eats.

However, visiting the Dr. Oz show on April 8, Rancic confessed to Mehmet Oz that she recognizes she’s underweight and is well aware of those eating disorder rumors, reported Us Weekly.

“Trust me, I don’t want to lose weight. I don’t think it looks attractive,” admitted Giuliana. “I think I used to be more attractive. But I’m doing the best I can.”

As far as advice from her own physician, Rancic said that she did seek help.

“I actually recently spoke to a personal trainer because my doctor said, ‘Maybe you should get in the gym.’ And I’m thinking, ‘Get in the gym? I don’t want to lose weight! Don’t you usually go the gym to lose the weight?’And he said, ‘No, no, no, you should — just don’t do cardio. Do some weight training.'”

Rancic became emotional talking about how she views her body.

“I want a little bit of curve, I want to be sexy. And right now, it’s killing me to look in the mirror and see that I’ve just lost all [of it]. I’m just not the girl I used to be.”

As the Inquisitr reported, Giuliana also was upset about the Fashion Police brouhaha that erupted after she dissed Zendaya’s dreadlocks.

Claiming to have received death threats after contending that Zendaya’s hair style made her appear to smell like weed, Rancic blamed the editors of the show for what she said was intended to be a joke.

[Image Via Dr. Oz Show]